Was Abraham a bit of a rogue? A few dismissed charges in the Papers! One for insulting females in a pub. :)
She’s on Facebook. I’m not but there’s a nice photo of her with her doggy.
Oh yes. We have some of those senseless dopes here too. Climbing out of the window and clinging onto the side of their 4 wheel drives with...
How cold. A flood in the middle of winter. We saw some on the news and thought about you but I have idea where you are situated in reference to...
Will be thinking of you @Bay Horse
Definately an error. I’ve only found one Richard in Pickering.
1851 Wiliam and Elizabeth are living in Pickering. She born Pickering. He born Sewerby. Son Richard 3, Mary 1 Esther 0. William is a grocer and...
Richard Coward is there in Pickering in 1841, no wife. Children William Mary and Hannah. No Elizabeth but she could be working away.
Pigots Directory of 1834 for Pickering, there is Richard Coward, Hunsgate blacksmith. GENUKI
The only Coward in the directory.
Have a lovely Birthday Wendy <|:)
No luck with Elizabeth but could this be William?
William Mason baptised Pickering 20/8/1826 father John Mason mother Ann
I’m not sure if the following will help or not.
GENUKI Pickering Board of Guardians Minute Book June 1844- 1850.
Marriage notice between William...
Just a bit quicker on the day Chimp. :)
He certainly is. It’s early though.
I’m trying to find a retort to my messed up brain but I can’t find one. :headbang:
Aren’t you a clever monkey. I gave up early in the piece :reading:
Oh bubble wrap. I have a box of it from our move. Cut to wrap all sizes. Want some? It’s ok it still works when the bubbles have been flattened. :)
Ooo. The Peak District is lovely, just had a look and found the dinosaur rock. How cute is he. Beautiful scenery.
The secret to HUGE portions is get one and two forks. :D We do that when we go for breakfast. The best omelets in Australia but too big for one....
Thanks @HullMan. I’m more certain now that he is a servant.
By the way...welcome C|:-) lovely to have you join us.
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