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Census Lookup and Resource Requests / LEES family Monmouthshire HELP
« on: Friday 05 September 08 14:33 BST (UK)  »
I am looking for information about my husbands family LEES  His grandfather Donald Lees was born abt 1928 and married Gladys, they lived in the Rhymney / Pontlottyn Area  Donalds mothers maiden name was Davies and that is all the information we have about him.  We would like to know when Donald & Gladys married and who Donalds parents were.  Any help would be appreciated.
Many Thanks
Jackie

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Census Lookup and Resource Requests / 1901 SELBY census look-up MARY ISABEL COOPER
« on: Sunday 17 August 08 12:08 BST (UK)  »
I was looking for Mary in Wales but have now found that she was born in Selby 1900, her father was Thomas Richard Cooper  & mother Annie I don't have access to 1901 census so it would be wonderful if anyone could fill in all the gaps.

Many Thanks
Jackie

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / 1901 Census look-up pleez MARY ISABEL COOPER
« on: Tuesday 12 August 08 14:23 BST (UK)  »
I am trying to locate my great uncle Frederick William Jordan's (b 1895 in Llwynypia )wife Mary Isabel Cooper (Bella) in the 1901 Census. They married in Pontypridd in 1919 and lived all their married life in Caerphilly.  She died many years before him.   I have found him in the Census living in the Rhondda valley with his parents but I have not been able to find her.   ANY HELP WOULD BE APPRECIATED THANK YOU

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / MARY I COOPER
« on: Tuesday 12 August 08 13:03 BST (UK)  »
Pleez could some one help me to find my Mary I Cooper who would have been on the 1901 census in Ystradyfodwg in Glamorgan Wales.  I don not have access to this census & would appreciate any help, she was born late 1800's

She married my great uncle Frederick Jordan in Pontypridd in 1919

Many Thanks
Jackie

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / Incorrect info Elms....
« on: Sunday 26 November 06 21:39 GMT (UK)  »
I am looking for the family of Isaac Elms Born 1870 in Merthyr, his father is  William Elms & Mother Elixzabeth.  Any Help would be appreciated
Thanks Jackie

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This was sent to me from my cousin in Oxfordshire.

I am writing a small book called “A Glimpse of Duns Tew through the ages”
On my tortuous journey I have come across this lady called Ann Green and this is an very small unedited extract of my article on this poor girl:
 
“Anne Green was a 22- year-old woman who had been employed as a housemaid by Sir Thomas Read in The Manor House, Duns Tew, Oxfordshire.
She was probably seduced by his grandson, who turned her down when she became pregnant.
The unlucky girl gave birth to a premature child whom she concealed.
The dead boy was found, however, and Anne Green was accused of the murder of her own child.
She was sentenced to die by hanging and the execution took place on December 14, 1650.
Anne Green climbed the ladder up to the gallows, where the rope was laid around her neck. Then she was pushed off the ladder.
While the body was hanging there people came forward to pinch her breasts, or amuse themselves by hanging on the legs. This was the usual practice, then, so that the person would die faster. The attending court usher now feared that the rope might break, and urged the spectators to leave the body alone.
After about half an hour, the body of Anne Green was presumed dead and placed in a coffin and was taken home to Dr. William Petty, lecturer in anatomy at a university, as ‘corpses were very difficult to get for anatomy dissection during that period.’
 
When the doctors, one of whom was Dr. Thomas Willis, opened the coffin for dissection, the ‘ corpse’ took a breath. The plan for dissection was immediately replaced by resuscitation.
Treatment included keeping the body in an upright position, pouring hot drinks into the mouth, tickling the neck so as to induce coughing, rubbing the hands and feet and bloodletting.
Anne Green started to make a remarkable recovery and in 12 hours, she was able to vocalize and was sent home in two days. In one month she was fully resituated except for slight retrograde amnesia. She was subsequently set free, given a full pardon and lived for 15 years after her’ famous execution also married and gave birth to 2 children.

Would I be able to find info about this lady?  Others names she may be known as:-Anne, Ann, Nan Green 1650 OXFORDSHIRE .  Can you help?
Thanks
Jackie

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Carmarthenshire Completed Requests / 1841 Census Llandovery PRYTHERCH Pleez
« on: Tuesday 07 February 06 13:50 GMT (UK)  »
Hi

Looking for Thomas Prytherch b. abt 1837 in Llandovery

Not much to go on I'm afraid.  He'd left home by 1851 census

Thank You

Jackie

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Glamorganshire Lookup Requests / 1871 Census Dowlais PRYTHERCH
« on: Tuesday 07 February 06 11:04 GMT (UK)  »
lOOKING FOR:
 
In 1871 Census Dowlais

Thomas Prytherch b abt 1837 Llandovery Carmartenshire
Sarah b. abt 1840 Wroyeter Shropshire
Thomas b. abt 1865 Pendarren Glam
Ellen b abt 1868 Dowlais Glam

Many Thanks

Jackie




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Caernarvonshire Lookup Requests / PRYTHERCH in 1841/51 Census Llandovery
« on: Tuesday 07 February 06 10:56 GMT (UK)  »
Hi

Looking for Thomas Prytherch b abt 1837 in Llandovery

Many Thanks

Jackie

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