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Richard lived in Thornbury,Chester,Pennsylvania and died 7th.Oct;1706 in Middletown,Dauphin,Pennsylvania.Married Jane Petty (Nye?) 10th.Sept.1674,in Thornbury.
Their child Thomas Woodward was born about 1677 in Ellastone,Staffordshire U.K.
I'm trying to proceed further with my family tree and would be grateful for any and all help.
Thanks in anticipation.2 AnswersGenealogy8 years ago
I've a book about to be published,which includes
many historical photos depicting the Staffordshire pottery towns in their heyday,last century.
The working title is "Breaking the mould",others are "Misty memories" and "Potteries memory lane".
Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated,thanks.11 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
The book is being prepared for publication later this year.It contains numerous photos of Stoke-on Trent,Staffs;UK in the mid 20th century.Possible titles-Shordruck Street.A potbank on every corner.Saggars,shordrucks and spoil tips.
Any potters out there suggest any alternatives?2 AnswersBooks & Authors1 decade ago
Can other senior citizens suggest from experience a suitable destination for a guy in his mid-seventies,please?
UK based,a recent widower, reasonably fit and active.
Preferably somewhere English speaking,(Gibraltar?).
Sunny and reasonably quiet,fairly inexpensive!
Input from personal experience would be appreciated.
Thank you.1 AnswerOther - Europe1 decade ago
For believers and followers of any religion,an honest opinion,please.
What does your religion teach happens to the soul immediately after the body dies?
I.e.It ascends to a better place?
It awaits a future judgment?
Remains with the body?
There is no soul?
Goes into a melting pot?
All answers will be respected,no abuse,please.
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Researching material for a new book "Those were the days".Have obtained photo of the above,a black and white timbered building,said demolished in 1950's?
Understand known as the "Institute" to locals.
Grateful for any info;which could be included in my work.
Thank you.1 AnswerOther - United Kingdom1 decade ago
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A common delusion,was the reply,"You're Claustrophobic".6 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
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