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'Old James Gibb' in The Leeds Times
"Old James Gibb" in The Leeds Times
 
 
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'Old James Gibb' obituary in The Glagow Herald
"Old James Gibb" obituary in The Glagow Herald
 
 
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Abel Morris death notice (1853)
Abel Morris death notice (1853)
 
 
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Advert for Houses in George Street Square, Newark, to be sold at auction
Advert for Houses in George Street Square, Newark, to be sold at auction
Eight "dwelling houses" were "in the occupation of Emmanuel Duckworth and others". 
 
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Andrew Hamilton Death Notice (1936)
Andrew Hamilton Death Notice (1936)
 
 
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Another Child Burnt
Another Child Burnt
William Emmerson died from burn injuries. 
 
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Blog Post - The story behind William and James Baines?
Blog Post - The story behind William and James Baines?
 
 
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Dolman family - moving from Staffordshire to North Wales
Dolman family - moving from Staffordshire to North Wales
 
 
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Elizabeth Hannah Duckworth's death notice (1891)
Elizabeth Hannah Duckworth's death notice (1891)
 
 
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Emanuel Duckworth and Elizabeth Lawton marriage announcements
Emanuel Duckworth and Elizabeth Lawton marriage announcements
 
 
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Emanuel Duckworth discovered drowned body of Elizabeth Palethorp, aged 17
Emanuel Duckworth discovered drowned body of Elizabeth Palethorp, aged 17
"It was shown that she entertained a great affection for a young man named Duckworth, who however did not return her love" 
 
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FARM TO LET [Rashiehill]
FARM TO LET [Rashiehill]
 
 
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Francis Nunn Convicted
Francis Nunn Convicted
Francis Nunn convicted for damaging a tree in Wickhambrook, committed to Bury Gaol for 14 days. 
 
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Frederick Dolman declared bankrupt (1922)
Frederick Dolman declared bankrupt (1922)
 
 
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George and Isaac Emerson, labourers, Fornham, were charged with assaulting Ambrose Nunn. [30 Aug 1870]
George and Isaac Emerson, labourers, Fornham, were charged with assaulting Ambrose Nunn. [30 Aug 1870]
 
 
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George Derry commits suicide.
George Derry commits suicide.
 
 
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George Duckworth charged with wounding Richard Watson using a knife
George Duckworth charged with wounding Richard Watson using a knife
 
 
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George Emmerson and Isaac Emmerson petty session 14th October 1881.
George Emmerson and Isaac Emmerson petty session 14th October 1881.
Geo. Emerson and Isaac Emerson, two old offenders, were charged in their absence with using a gun for the purpose of taking game without a licence, at Rougham. 
 
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George Lawton accused of stealing a greyhound
George Lawton accused of stealing a greyhound
 
 
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George Swan death notice (1899)
George Swan death notice (1899)
 
 
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Hannah Marshall (Walker) charged with assault
Hannah Marshall (Walker) charged with assault
 
 
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Isaac Emmerson and John East petty session 9th February 1882.
Isaac Emmerson and John East petty session 9th February 1882.
Isaac Emmerson and John East, old offenders, who did not appear, were summoned for being on land by night for the purpose of taking game. 
 
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Isaac Emmerson charged with night poaching 20 October 1878
Isaac Emmerson charged with night poaching 20 October 1878
 
 
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Isaac Emmerson fined for not sending children to school. [22 Jun 1894]
Isaac Emmerson fined for not sending children to school. [22 Jun 1894]
 
 
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Isaac Emmerson petty session 21st May 1871
Isaac Emmerson petty session 21st May 1871
Isaac Emerson was charged with damaging a certain willow tree. 
 
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James Baines notice
James Baines notice
James Baines notice in The Lincoln, Rutland, and Stamford Mercury, Friday 1st April 1870. 
 
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James Gibb in the Glasgow Herald (1859)
James Gibb in the Glasgow Herald (1859)
James Gibb's story of his great grandfather, James Gourlay. 
 
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James Hamilton death notice (1896)
James Hamilton death notice (1896)
 
 
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James Swan, Robert Swan and Thomas Gray mentioned in article about 'tilting'
James Swan, Robert Swan and Thomas Gray mentioned in article about "tilting"
 
 
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James Wilcock(s) death announcement
James Wilcock(s) death announcement
 
 
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Jane Emmerson listed in Birth, Marriage and Death notices
Jane Emmerson listed in Birth, Marriage and Death notices
 
 
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John Emerson convicted for assault
John Emerson convicted for assault
 
 
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John Hamilton obituary
John Hamilton obituary
John died of Enteric Fever (Typhoid Fever) in Tanzania while serving in the Army Service Corps in World War I. 
 
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John Marshall awarded £1 for the best spade-cultivated Cottager's Allotment
John Marshall awarded £1 for the best spade-cultivated Cottager's Allotment
 
 
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John Marshall wins £2 'Champion Prize' for hedge cutting.
John Marshall wins £2 "Champion Prize" for hedge cutting.
 
 
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Joseph and Henry Emmerson charged for stealing pork. Joseph Emmerson charged with stealing an ivory-handled carving-knife.
Joseph and Henry Emmerson charged for stealing pork. Joseph Emmerson charged with stealing an ivory-handled carving-knife.
The Bury and Norwich Post, and Suffolk Herald, 6th January 1874 
 
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Joseph Emmerson assaulted (1895)
Joseph Emmerson assaulted (1895)
 
 
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Joseph Emmerson assaulted by five labourers (1899)
Joseph Emmerson assaulted by five labourers (1899)
 
 
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Joseph Emmerson assaulted by two gypsies (1888)
Joseph Emmerson assaulted by two gypsies (1888)
 
 
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Joseph Emmerson charged with killing a duck (1875)
Joseph Emmerson charged with killing a duck (1875)
 
 
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Julia Emmerson Death Notice (1895)
Julia Emmerson Death Notice (1895)
 
 
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Mary Wilcock(s) (Keal) death announcement
Mary Wilcock(s) (Keal) death announcement
 
 
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Mr Hamilton Assaulted
Mr Hamilton Assaulted
 
 
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Mr Steel, Covenanter in the reign of Charles II, grandfather of Helen Steel.
Mr Steel, Covenanter in the reign of Charles II, grandfather of Helen Steel.
 
 
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Patrick Hickey charged (1885)
Patrick Hickey charged (1885)
Charged for trespassing in search of rabbits 
 
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Pelting Chestnut Trees
Pelting Chestnut Trees
Walter Emmerson fined for pelting chestnut trees 
 
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Rachel Emmerson's death notice
Rachel Emmerson's death notice
Rachel Emmerson's death notice in The Bury and Norwich Post and Suffolk Standard 
 
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Robert Swan gives free coal to the parishes of Wistoun and Lamington
Robert Swan gives free coal to the parishes of Wistoun and Lamington
 
 
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Robert Thompson, innkeeper, Tollgate Inn, Bury, was summoned as the putative father of the illegitimate child of Julia Emmerson
Robert Thompson, innkeeper, Tollgate Inn, Bury, was summoned as the putative father of the illegitimate child of Julia Emmerson
 
 
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Sarah Morris death notice (1862)
Sarah Morris death notice (1862)
 
 

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