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Alan Stuart-Tilley
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Likely back to the early 1700s with the Garritt family, and maybe even to the middle of the 17th century when the first Friends Meeting were established.
Among the First Quakers
Among the First Quakers
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Another Confectioner
Turner: Abergavenny Bridge Monmouthshire, clearing up after a showery day The illustration for the previous post showed a landscape blighted by industrial progress, perhaps what Blake would have called "dark satanic mills", in this case in Welsh rather than...
Another Confectioner
Another Confectioner
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Debtor in Cardiff Gaol
Industrial Revolution in South Wales - The Nantyglo Ironworks Since the blog post  Cousins of Some Degree , the scans of many nonconformist records have become available on ancestry.com. Among these are those showing the baptisms of the children of William ...
Debtor in Cardiff Gaol
Debtor in Cardiff Gaol
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Foxes and Bunnets
During my summer stays with Nan and Granddad Green, I remember playing the card game Woodland Happy Families. The cards were simply old back then; now they are vintage collectibles from the 1940s. If you recall the game, the aim is to collect sets of Mr.,...
Foxes and Bunnets
Foxes and Bunnets
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Keeping Cows and Carting Coal
We move back a generation from yesterday's post to William Neill and his wife Ann. From his daughter's marriage record, we know he is a Dairy Man and that she is from Hanwell. When I began this last year, several others on ancestry.com had been there before...
Keeping Cows and Carting Coal
Keeping Cows and Carting Coal
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Henry Stroud Hairdresser of Hanwell
Be Sure Your Hairdresser is Trustworthy! When I think Victorian hairdressing, I recall the story of Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street! He dispatches his trusting clients, taking their possessions, while his mistress makes succulent meat pies to ...
Henry Stroud Hairdresser of Hanwell
Henry Stroud Hairdresser of Hanwell
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The Strouds of Barley Hall
The reality was not nearly so dashing It's been a while since the last post, and while I have not recording the information here, I have little by little garnered more family history from many lines. Today's entry, still on my father's side, but this time l...
The Strouds of Barley Hall
The Strouds of Barley Hall
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