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Baker, Louisa Jane (1825-1907)   Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish 	 Marriage	1 Nov 1875 - Sevier Name	Eliza J Baker Spouse	Mathias Fox

Baker, Louisa Jane (1825-1907) Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002 Birth, Marriage & Death, including Parish Marriage 1 Nov 1875 - Sevier Name Eliza J Baker Spouse Mathias Fox

William Bell    As strange as it sounds, William Bell was caught stealing some beef and was sent to Newcastle City Gaol.    Age (on discharge): 32  Height: 5.5¾  Hair: Brown  Eyes: Light Blue  Place of Birth: Newcastle  Status: Married  Occupation: Blacksmith    These photographs are of convicted criminals in Newcastle between 1871 - 1873.    Reference: TWAS: PR.NC/6/1/1131

William Bell As strange as it sounds, William Bell was caught stealing some beef and was sent to Newcastle City Gaol. Age (on discharge): 32 Height: 5.5¾ Hair: Brown Eyes: Light Blue Place of Birth: Newcastle Status: Married Occupation: Blacksmith These photographs are of convicted criminals in Newcastle between 1871 - 1873. Reference: TWAS: PR.NC/6/1/1131

George Washington King Death Certificate,Scott County Tennessee

George Washington King Death Certificate,Scott County Tennessee

1902 marriage of John Louis Hacker & Bertha Schrank.

1902 marriage of John Louis Hacker & Bertha Schrank.

1918 marriage of Clara Augusta Hacker & Clarence Alfred Bowerman.

1918 marriage of Clara Augusta Hacker & Clarence Alfred Bowerman.

1902 marriage record of William Frank McGihon & Edith Woodard.

1902 marriage record of William Frank McGihon & Edith Woodard.

1936 marriage of Dorothy Hacker & Anthony Michler.

1936 marriage of Dorothy Hacker & Anthony Michler.

Brindley-Hancock Marriage

Brindley-Hancock Marriage

George Washington to Carpenter Wharton, Head Quarters in Bucks County, December 20, 1776. "Sir: It being represented to me that the Millers, either from an unwillingness to part with their Flour, or the difficulty of obtaining Wheat from the Farmers, do not Imploy their Mills, by which means the Army under my Command is like to suffer for want of Bread. I do hereby Authorize and Instruct you to enquire into the State of this matter; with full powers if it should be found that the default is…

George Washington to Carpenter Wharton, Head Quarters in Bucks County, December 20, 1776. "Sir: It being represented to me that the Millers, either from an unwillingness to part with their Flour, or the difficulty of obtaining Wheat from the Farmers, do not Imploy their Mills, by which means the Army under my Command is like to suffer for want of Bread. I do hereby Authorize and Instruct you to enquire into the State of this matter; with full powers if it should be found that the default is…

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in WW1, the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?

The mother who lost five sons: On Armistice Day, the heartbreaking story of the biggest loss by a British family in the Great War

Amy Beechey, British mother who lost five sons in WW1, the full tragic story here. How did she ever carry on?

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