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  • Maitland Wills

    1 BOOTH WILLS. George Booth, snr - 1676. 1/203 new Dated 16/7/1676, proved 3/8/1678 Full copy on file Capt George Booth of Clarendon gent To wife Frances all the plantation Withewood abt 100 acres for life and then ½ to whom she pleases.

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  • Wage Trends, 1800-1900 - NBER

    merely English equipment plans but English production patterns; for example, the tradition of hiring large numbers of children for factory work. The first operatives hired by Slater were seven boys and two girls, aged between seven and twelve.2 In 1833, 50 per cent of the employees in Slater's Steam Cotton Manufacturing Company were

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  • EXCAVATOR ??? (Occupation Interests) - RootsChat.Com

    Feb 19, 2006 · My Great Granfather,who's a real pain to research,was an Excavator,he appears to be moving all over the place.First I find him in Charmouth as a child . Then in Eaton Hastings where he married,on his marriage cert it say's occupation Excavator,Fathers occ Excavator. Next thing he's off to Hornchurch in 1860's . Then down to Romsey in Hampshire.

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  • stories of immigrants pre 1900 | BEYOND THE PALE - world

    Charles Brentani (alias Brittania) was convicted in York (West Riding), Yorkshire England on the 22nd October 1834 and sentenced to seven years transportation to Van Diemen's Land. He was transported on the vessel "The Aurora" arriving 7th October 1835, having left the UK on 27th June 1835.

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  • Davies Peter (Orcid ID: 0000-0002-5452-9167)

    social media, while cooperatives persist as institutions that share equipment, marketing and profits on behalf of members. There is also growing awareness that commons include air, water and oceans, which are both a collective resource and a collective responsibility (Helfrich et al., 2010).

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  • Ringstead People - Ringstead People

    May 20, 2017 · By 1911 Elizabeth is a boarder at 73 Nene Cottages, Raunds with her daughter Lily Ethel and her husband Frederick Wilfred Smith and their children. Fred Smith is 34 and a welt sewer for Coggins and Sons and his wife, Lily is 29. They have been married 14 years and have had 5 …

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  • Padraig Pearse — boards.ie - Now Ye're Talkin'

    Feb 25, 2011 · Pearse & Sons - set up by his father James - was the biggest firm of monumental masons in Ireland. He described his occupation as Sculptor during this time. Under Patrick's management the company went into decline and in 1910 it was dissolved and the funds went into St Enda's College. So he wasn't always destined to be a poet and patriot.

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  • 19th century - How might a "nurse-child" have been placed

    Agnes's brother Stanley Reynolds Wright (later known as Stanley Wright or John Stanley Wright) was born on 27th May 1861 in Plumstead, Kent, England. The family are very hard to find in the census of 2nd April 1861. However, I have come to the conclusion that: John Wright is a "Painter on the Tramp" in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England.

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  • Early English Mitre Planes, Part III: Cox, Kerr, Tremain

    3. John Galpin (1824-1891) was born in Oxfordshire, and moved with his young family to 26 Doris St., Lambeth in 1846, to work for a "building company". John declared his occupation as a carpenter in the 1851 U.K. census, and in 1854 he returned to work in Oxford as a …

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  • To my grand kids Jacob and Kylie: Kingstown, Ireland

    May 26, 2012 · Built in 1860, this large institution is situated on Tivoli Road (ref: 96/51) on what was once the extensive lands of Lodge Park built in the 1830s by Bartholmew, Canon Sheridan, P.P. who also completed the building, begun in 1824, of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Kingstown and was its Parish Priest from 1829 to 1863.

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  • England Occupations • FamilySearch

    May 04, 2021 · The Oxford English Dictionary is the definitive source for occupation definitions. Of great value to the family historian, it also provides time periods when occupational terms were in use. RootsWeb has a general list.For a list of occupations found in census reports. Victorian England Occupations in City and Town.

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  • St. Mary Abbots Hospital | British History Online

    Nov 10, 2021 · The plot in Marloes Road immediately north of Lexham Gardens, now containing St. Mary Abbots Hospital, has been continuously occupied since the mid nineteenth century by a number of institutions catering for the poor and sick not only of St. Mary Abbots parish, Kensington, but also of the adjacent parishes. It was the centre of parish provision

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  • Occupations from English census 1851-1871 - Mot's Castle

    Marquis de Biencourt, writing of England in 1784. Introduction By 1850, at the apogee of its power, Britain had 1.8% of world population. The area of the British Isles is only about 0.16% of the world land mass. Yet Britain then produced two-thirds of world output of coal and one half of world production of cotton textiles and iron. Output per

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  • Tales from the Family Crypt: 2009

    Dec 02, 2009 · He was hanged for his crimes on 1st June 1649 -- the first and only Guilford citizen ever executed for a crime. Yeah, weird! John Parmelee's first wife, Rebecca, died in September 1651, when their son was but six years old, so John married the widow, Hannah Plaine later that same year. Hannah died in March 1658.

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  • Howell Ancestry - Tol Harndor

    Bilton's & Associated Lines. Transported to Australia on the "Scarborough", part of the ill-fated Second Fleet (73 of the ship's prisoners had died en route),[15,430,522] departing Portsmouth, England, 12/1789[431] & arriving 28/6/1790, Port Jackson (Sydney), NSW, Australia.[15,430,431] In July 1791 William Watkins appeared in court, charged with burgling the hut of Howell, a convict

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  • Dorset Soper Odd Notes - freepages.rootsweb.com

    - Emma Soper bpt.7 Jun 1835 Tarrant Crawford; m.Henry Pike, 28 Jun 1860 Wimborne-Minster, Dor; fathers Benjamin & John Pike; dau Emma Louise b.Poole 1872 (my grgrmother) & family migrated to S.Australia 1878 rootschat - Frank Soper bpt 18 Jun 1837 at Langton Matravers (igi) : [not vis '41cen]

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  • St. Mary Abbots Hospital | British History Online

    Nov 10, 2021 · The plot in Marloes Road immediately north of Lexham Gardens, now containing St. Mary Abbots Hospital, has been continuously occupied since the mid nineteenth century by a number of institutions catering for the poor and sick not only of St. Mary Abbots parish, Kensington, but also of the adjacent parishes. It was the centre of parish provision

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  • Colonial Occupations - RootsWeb

    MERCHANT: an occupation that might mean anything involving the buying and selling of a variety of products. MESSENGER: [1] (Plymouth Colony) a constable; [2] (England) one who was appointed by a court to handle certain duties in a bankruptcy case. METALMAN: a worker in metals. METERER: a poet

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  • Economic and Social History: Industry and Trade, 1500-1880

    One function of this database is to help RootsChat members to find (possible) common ancestors. To contact other members, or for other members to be able to contact you, you must be able to use the RootsChat Private Message (PM) system The PM system will be available to you as soon as you have made 2 postings in the RootsChat forum.

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  • Surname Interests Table (SIT) - surname.rootschat.com

    List of Old English Occupations and descriptions

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