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    Trove newspapers Jean Dowsey's death notice is...

    Trove newspapers
    Jean Dowsey's death notice is in the Bendigo Advertiser, 28 Mar 1918, dau of George and Violet
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    Check out google books "Spain under Charles the...

    Check out google books "Spain under Charles the Second" by Alexander Stanhope, 1690-1699.
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    Have forwarded the item from the Oxford...

    Have forwarded the item from the Oxford Dictionary.
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    Oxford Dictionary of National Biography Hill,...

    Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
    Hill, Oliver - Anita McConnell, published in print and available on line 23 September 2004

    "Hill, Oliver (b.1630?, d.after 1702), theologian and government...
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    Re. "View entire text", the document amounts to...

    Re. "View entire text", the document amounts to 68 pages (but yet to download).
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    Wondered if this might be Oliver?...

    Wondered if this might be Oliver?
    https://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=eebo2;idno=A43797.0001.001

    Clicking on "View entire text" comes with a warning.
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    "A rod for the back of fools. In answer to Mr...

    "A rod for the back of fools. In answer to Mr John Toland's book, which he calleth, Christianity not mysterious. To the lecture of Dr Joseph Brown, against the circulation of the blood, and to the...
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    He pops up in Marie Boas Hall's "Promoting...

    He pops up in Marie Boas Hall's "Promoting Experimental Learning" 1991 - but cannot spot a fully searchable on line version.
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    Just loved "animadversions"!

    Just loved "animadversions"!
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    Does this seem in character? The History of the...

    Does this seem in character?
    The History of the Royal Society of London for improving natural knowledge, from its first rise. Thomas Birch 1756 - vol 3.
    "Mr Oliver Hill thought, that it was going...
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    As "ex MOT" intrigued to see Pool Godsell's...

    As "ex MOT" intrigued to see Pool Godsell's contribution to the old outfit from 1921-1933, particularly as Secretary to the Committee considering alternatives to Road Tax in 1922. Also, his studying...
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    His photo is in the Daily Mirror, 27 Oct 1926.

    His photo is in the Daily Mirror, 27 Oct 1926.
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    The Gazette, 20 Oct 1939, has " ... James Stanley...

    The Gazette, 20 Oct 1939, has " ... James Stanley Pool Godsell, 22 Carlton Avenue, Kenton, Middlesex, Solicitor O.B.E (Civil Division), M.B.E (Military Division), deceased ..."
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    You're welcome
  15. FindMyPast (military records) has a claim, sworn...

    FindMyPast (military records) has a claim, sworn on oath, for pension/financial provision, made 11 Dec 1815, by Susan Meehan, now a widow. She states she was married to Charles Matthew Meehan of the...
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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. The inquest...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
    The inquest into Mary's death appeared in the Hull Daily Mail, 1 Jun 1898. Kate Emma gave evidence.
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    Re "history" the earliest I spotted was Bath...

    Re "history" the earliest I spotted was
    Bath Chronicle & Weekly Gazette, 30 Jun 1791
    BATH
    John Halpen ( late servant of the Right Hon. Lady M Stanley) begs leave to inform his friends and the...
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    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. The 40th left...

    A very warm welcome to Brit-gen.
    The 40th left New Zealand in 1866 - part of the regiment sailing early May aboard the "Mary Shepherd", the remainder sailing late June aboard the "Holmdale".
    It...
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    William Lazenby appeared at the Old Bailey 18 Sep...

    William Lazenby appeared at the Old Bailey 18 Sep 1876 - the proceedings of the Old Bailey are available on line.
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    Weekly Casualty List (War Office & Air Ministry)...

    Weekly Casualty List (War Office & Air Ministry) - 7 May 1918
    DAILY LIST OF MAY 4th
    Warrant Officers, Non Commissioned Officers and Men
    All are PRIVATES except where otherwise shown

    Wounded...
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    The 1921 Census address is "10 Royal Terrace,...

    The 1921 Census address is "10 Royal Terrace, Southend"
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    Probate Morris, Edward of the Half Way House...

    Probate
    Morris, Edward of the Half Way House public house, Southchurch Beach, Southend on Sea, Essex, died 29 May 1917. Probate london 20 September to Victoria Louisa Morris, widow. Effects 7,829...
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    Government Gazette (India) 23 Mar 1815 " ...,...

    Government Gazette (India) 23 Mar 1815
    " ..., the waste in provisions and other destructive effects occasioned by Rats on board Ship are of inconceivable magnitude, and for which no remedy has...
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    Scottish Press - 13 Dec 1853 "MARRIAGES - On the...

    Scottish Press - 13 Dec 1853
    "MARRIAGES - On the 8th inst, at St. George's, Bloomsbury, JOHN HINDMARSH, Esq., Barrister at Law, only son of Captain Sir John Hindmarsh, R.N., K.H., Governor of...
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    Illustrated London News, 6 Oct 1860 "Rear...

    Illustrated London News, 6 Oct 1860
    "Rear Admiral Sir John Hindmarsh was the only son of the late John Hindmarsh, Esq., and married Susan Wilson, daughter of H D Edmeades, Esq. She died at Brighton,...
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