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Offline 3sillydogs

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Re: Murder, Mystery and My Family
« Reply #27 on: Monday 15 April 19 13:20 BST (UK) »

This was early 1900s so that would have made a big difference.
Do you think she made the babies on her own then  ???

Carol

Perhaps the judge/magistrate needed a biology lesson!!!!!  Doubt it would have made a difference, women back then bore the brunt of a lot of injustice at the hands of men in general!!!!
Paylet, Pallatt, Morris (Russia, UK) Burke, Hillery, Page, Rumsey, Stevens, Tyne/Thynne(UK)  Landman, van Rooyen, Tyne, Stevens, Rumsey, Visagie, Nell (South Africa)

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Re: Murder, Mystery and My Family
« Reply #28 on: Monday 15 April 19 13:36 BST (UK) »

This was early 1900s so that would have made a big difference.
Do you think she made the babies on her own then  ???

Carol

Perhaps the judge/magistrate needed a biology lesson!!!!!  Doubt it would have made a difference, women back then bore the brunt of a lot of injustice at the hands of men in general!!!!

Although it has improved we are still not 100% there.
Campbell, Dunn, Dickson, Fell, Forest, Norie, Pratt, Somerville, Thompson, Tyler among others

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