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    I don't think Bowles' map reads "L Hermitage...

    I don't think Bowles' map reads "L Hermitage Street". He names "Hermitage St" and "N Hermitage St" in the list of streets covered - as opposed to the map itself which, unfortunately, has the first...
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    Have you checked London Old Maps? ...

    Have you checked London Old Maps? https://mapco.net/london.htm

    Tab down to "Map of London 1767" which is the earliest to show "L Hermitage St" and "N Hermitage St".

    Bowles' 1775 map lists and...
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    Pre 1800 there are references to Hermitage...

    Pre 1800 there are references to Hermitage Street, Great Hermitage Street, Little Hermitage Street and even New Hermitage Street.

    The earliest reference is John Wesley's diary 1739-1742 which...
  4. An extract from the chapter headed "Poor" in "The...

    An extract from the chapter headed "Poor" in "The Hampshire Repository: or, Historical, economical and literary miscellany" - published Winchester, 1800?

    " ... bastardy ... We have only to...
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    Peter, Thanks.

    Peter,
    Thanks.
  6. I can let you have PDF file of the Chapter in Vol...

    I can let you have PDF file of the Chapter in Vol 1 on "Bastards" in the 1800 edition - pages 217-271. Have sent you a Private Message.
  7. Just checked the google book version returned -...

    Just checked the google book version returned - it's Vol IV, dated 1810, 25th edition, whereas I'm reading Vol 1, 1st edition, published 1800. This doesn't appear available via Google Books. But the...
  8. Check google books "the justice of the peace, and...

    Check google books "the justice of the peace, and parish officer richard burn volume 1" -Should return a searchable version - key "bastardy" et al.
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    I certainly wouldn't read it thus. ...

    I certainly wouldn't read it thus.

    https://memorialsinportsmouth.co.uk/dockyard/victory-muster.htm

    Click on "Contacts". It explains what the site owner is not prepared to answer but a query such...
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    Sorry, don't understand what you mean by this? If...

    Sorry, don't understand what you mean by this? If you check the pages particular to marines you will see that 2 columns have been "hijacked" to deliver other than the pre-printed heading.

    The...
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    Division" does not appear in "Age at Entry ..."...

    Division" does not appear in "Age at Entry ..." column - it's in the "County/Place of Birth column" - whole new meaning to that column.

    For the clearest view of "Co" - check page beginning "George...
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    Had a further check and found Samuel's original...

    Had a further check and found Samuel's original entry. The column preceding "Age at Entry ...", headed "Place and County of Birth" is now stamped "Division" in bold/italics and entries appear to be...
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    I don't have access to the original musters. I...

    I don't have access to the original musters. I viewed a sample page available via NA to determine column heading. The sample page included only age in that column - no marines included.

    I note...
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    The column is headed "Age at Time of Entry in...

    The column is headed "Age at Time of Entry in this Ship" not "Age and Time etc..."
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    This rang a bell - I thinks there's an earlier...

    This rang a bell - I thinks there's an earlier post re. William Henry Forester?
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    I googled "james kiss convict 1793" and a number...

    I googled "james kiss convict 1793" and a number of items returned eg
    https://towambavalleyhistory.webhive.com.au/kissfamhistory.htm
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    North Wales BMDs ...

    North Wales BMDs https://northwalesbmd.org.uk/birthsearch.php

    The advantage of these BMDs is that search results show the sub-district within registration district. It only identifies year of...
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    It's a bit of a puzzle!! On the wedding cert both...

    It's a bit of a puzzle!! On the wedding cert both John and Margaret give their residence as Pengroeslon, Ceirchiog

    1851 Census - ref HO107 2520 334 5
    Address - transcribed as Penycroeston, but...
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    Thanks - now found a site which lists children...

    Thanks - now found a site which lists children and marriage to Ellin/Eleanor (1682)
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    FMP has the baptism (image/transcription) of ...

    FMP has the baptism (image/transcription) of

    Elizabetha Foulk, born 5 October 1686, bap 16 Oct 1686, place Abergele, father Edward Foulk of Towyn and mother Ellena.

    "Your" Edward had 5 sons and...
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    FindMyPast has the marriage (image/transcription)...

    FindMyPast has the marriage (image/transcription) of
    Edwardus Foulk and Ellena William, place Abergele, date 19 Oct 1685

    Looking at the original I think it reads "Edwardus Foulk** of Towyn" -...
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    Have you searched Welsh Journals under the search...

    Have you searched Welsh Journals under the search key "Lowry Foulk" - returns 1 hit. Interestingly, she is returned with an "Edward Foulke" and the date is 1662. Did wonder if this Edward is Lowry's...
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    Have been searching again for a Charles Wrigley...

    Have been searching again for a Charles Wrigley and suddenly popped up

    FMP Baptism (Image) - place Hollinfare

    Charles, son of Charles Wrigley, of Cadishead, Miller, and Sarah his wife, born 7...
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    There's an earlier christening at Hollinfare -...

    There's an earlier christening at Hollinfare -
    Margaret, dau of Will'm Wrigley of Glassbrook, Innkeeper, and Mary his wife, born 26 Aug 1780, Xten'd 24 Sep 1780.
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    A "William Wrigley of Glazebrook, miller, and his...

    A "William Wrigley of Glazebrook, miller, and his wife Mary" christened the following at Hollinfare -

    Mary, born Nov 10 1782, Xten'd 1 Dec 1782
    Betty, born 16 Sep 1784, Xten'd 14 Nov 1784...
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