The Laws Relating to the Poor: Being a Supplement to the Sixth Edition of Bott's Poor Laws, as Well as to the Fourth Edition of Nolan's Treatise on the Same Subject : Including All the Cases and Statutes to the Day of Publication
Saunders and Benning, 1833 - 372 páginas
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this is not a review but i have a little info which will be of interest to those of us interested in genealogy. on page 296 marked 185 is a case about a removel order of a t woodmam. this t woodman was infact a THOMAS WOODMAN born around 29 jan 1801 that being his christening date which infact took place in upton grey. as was his father and grandfather both called john christenings. thomas wife was a MARTHA HOOKER they married in odiham on the 10 apr 1823. they had 10 children all of whom were christened in upton grey. it seems that the over sees of the parish mannaged to get they way in the end whether or not by a order or by presure or if thomas decided enough was enough i have not discovered. for as the 1861 census shows he had left upton at some time in the preceding 10 years after the 1851 census was taken when he was discribed as a shoe maker,and was living in ash kent and in 1871 he was still in ash but on the surrey side. thomas died in 1880 his wife martha died 3 years later.
the peter mention as his ggfather was infact my 6 x ggfather and thomas my 1st cousin 5 times removed. i was pleasently surprised when i found this artical in a book scand by google just goes to show that the genealogy paper trail can turn up anywhere. so a BIG THANKYOU google for this insite to my family members.
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The Laws Relating to the Poor: Being a Supplement to the Sixth Edition of ...
John Tidd Pratt,Edmund Bott,Michael Nolan
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