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2 edition of Ewell pauper examination and bastardy papers, 1617-1809. found in the catalog.

Ewell pauper examination and bastardy papers, 1617-1809.

Phyllis Davies

Ewell pauper examination and bastardy papers, 1617-1809.

by Phyllis Davies

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Published by Nonsuch Antiquarian Society in Ewell .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poor laws -- History -- 17th century -- England -- Ewell.,
  • Poor laws -- History -- 18th century -- England -- Ewell.,
  • Illegitimacy -- History -- 17th century -- England -- Ewell.,
  • Illegitimacy -- History -- 18th century -- England -- Ewell.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19670189M

    Papers relate to settlements of estates which John Dixon administered, while early material include copies of the wills of his great-grandfather John Dixon of Bistol, England, his father John Dixon (d. ) of Gloucester County, Virginia, and the settlement of the estate of his mother Elizabeth Peyton Dixon. Great info for genealogy content providers. All the latest industry news based on press releases issued by genealogy vendors, societies, educators and other service providers.

    Library of Congress > Digital Collections > Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers, to > Search Collection Edwin McMasters Stanton Papers, to About this Collection. State Papers Online, Part II: The Tudors: State Papers Scotland, Borders, Ireland, Foreign and Registers of the Privy Council, including selected State Papers in the British Library’s Cotton, Harley and Yelverton collections. State Papers Online, Part I contained the State Papers in the series State Papers Domestic for.

    Notes and Papers of or Connected with Persifor Frazer in Glasslough, Ireland: And His Son John Frazer of Philadelphia, to [Persifor Frazer] on autohelp.club *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. A bastardy bond is a document which named the father of a child whose parents were not married, and stipulated payments to be made for its upkeep.


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Much of the material was drawn on for the group’s growing interest in genealogies and property descents, but it was also used for more general social analysis in two papers. One is Phyllis Davies, Ewell Pauper Examinations and Bastardy Papers (NAS OP12, ), essentially an edition of relevant material including Quarter Sessions – ForEwell's papers include family correspondence, letters regarding a proposal to enlist slaves into the Confederate Army, and field messages and general orders for the Battle of the Wilderness and the Battle of Spotsylvania regarding enemy movements and tactics.

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