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Elizabeth Ann Steele Ashman

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Re: Elizabeth Ann Steele Ashman

Posted: 1 Jul 2008 8:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
We will have to exchange adresses,then send the information to each other.
I have a very early printout (1828) where Hannah has been appealing on behalf of her Brother in Law - Joseph. He was trying to claim poor relief and Hannah went in front of the magistrates on his behalf. It is only a very short paragraph but there is much information. I think that she may have been able to read and right. I could identify with her straight away, I could just see her rolling up her sleeves and saying that "she would sort it out!. Just like many women in the family today.
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