This could be John Thomas in 1861 - census reference RG09 4146 10 15
The household includes a boarder "William Thomas, Independent Minister" who might be the "Parch W Thomas" who wrote the...
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Da iawn - you're on the right path!.
Dying young features strongly in the family story.
I recommend the article to be found in the Journals. The search key I provided "gan 7 parch w thomas" looks...
The Welsh newspapers' search page is headed "Tithe maps, Newspapers, Journals, etc".
There is a key article in "journals" - click on it. In search enter "gan 7 parch w thomas" (again including the "...
First, a warm welcome to Brit-gen.
Welsh newspapers' on line https://newspapers.library.wales
If you pop "thomas forest" (include the " " as part of key) in Search it returns 476 hits. Click...
You can search British Newspaper Archive (BNA) free. If it finds an item against the search key entered it returns an extract/snippet from the article. But to view the article requires...
My reply explained
(a)the periods covered online by British Newspaper Archive/FindMyPast for the 2 publications you are interested in and
(b) the periods covered by the Bootle Times held at...
The Liverpool Echo covers the period 1879-1999 but the Bootle Times covers only 1892-1897 at the online sites mentioned.
Checking the Liverpool Archive catalogue they appear to hold the Bootle Times...
Re. previous post see The Times, 9 Aug 1787.
I checked a lot out on this thread and recall there was an item in The Times where a Recorder was criticising the practice of Judges in determining "admitted evidence" and advocating it should be...
This is proving a fascinating thread. I've looked at The Old Bailey online, searching under "admitted evidence" in Keywords, with radio button set to "Phrase". Some great stuff.
From the House of Correction at Kirkdale, for the year ending Michaelmas 1837
PRISONERS FOR TRIAL, OR TRIED AT ASSIZES OR SESSIONS IN THE COURSE OF THE YEAR
No. of prisoners before Trial - 407...
The Life of David Haggart, 1821 - dictated in his cell while awaiting execution -
"About ten days after, I was taken over to the Bulkie Kane, and put at the bar, along with George Bagrie, on a...
An abridgement of the modern determination in the courts of law and equity being a supplement to Viner's abridgement; .... Author James Edward Watson, 1799-1806, Vol 1
"There are three ways in law...
I think it may have something to do with a possible offender spilling the beans about his/her fellow offenders?
Re the 1626 Edmonds/Buckland marriage, use the Clergy database to check out "Robert Buckland" - delivers 6 hits, 5 of which link to the Diocese of Exeter. Have a look at "Robert, 1571-1626"
British History Online
Edmonds Gideon - "serv" Exeter Coll, matric 21 July 1653, B.A.6 Feb 1656-7, M.A. 3 July 1660, rector of St. Mary Arches in Exeter, and of Milton Danerell,...
On the basis that Gideon, married 1626, is unlikely to be the father, a reference to a possible 2nd Gideon Edmonds appears -
FMP baptisms (image/transcript)
Thomas, the son of Gideon Edmonds...
There'a a marriage on FMP (image/transcription) of -
Giddion Edmons and Mrs Luse Cros at Heavitree, 10 Apr 1662 (as transcribed). I suspect it's Lucy looking at the original?
FMP baptism (transcript only)
Gedion Edmonds, 6 Oct 1636, Clyst St George, father Gedion Edmonds
FMP baptisms (transcript only)
Joan Edmonds, 21 Mar 1632, Clyst St George, father Gideon, mother Joan
Robert Edmonds, 7 Oct 1630, Clyst St George, father Gideon, mother Joan
2 mentions of Gideon Edmond/Edmonds
There's a marriage on FMP (image/transcript)of Gideon Edmonds, occupation Clerk, residence Combintinhead and Joanna Buckland on 8 Feb 1626 at Clist St George (as transcribed). The image is not the...
A very warm welcome to Brit-gen. Have you checked the Clergy database? -
Pop Edmonds, Gideon in Surname/Forename fields - returns 1 hit
It ranged from
10 Aug 1810
On Wednesday evening, as three soldiers, belonging to the 2nd Dragoon Guards, were endeavoring to secure a deserter from the navy ...."
4 April 1814
Late on Tuesday...
The 1911 Census has one instance of a "Chain prover" as occupation. The occupation code allocated is 663 "Anchor, chain - Manufacture"
The 1901 Census has 4 instances.
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