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Plymouth in 1914 - April

Welcome to Plymouth in 1914 and the monthly page for April from Doidges.

I scanned a page about the chemists and druggists available for you to visit at the time. 15 more words

#52 Ancestors #14 Royal Marine Samuel Glover of Stonehouse

My great-great-great grandfather Samuel Glover was born in 1822 in Martock, Somerset, the son of William Glover and his wife, name as yet unknown.  His place of birth was a surprise as I didn’t know I had Somerset ancestors.  518 more words

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#52 Ancestors #12: Ann Keast – fallen women in the home of her family

Ann Keast was my great-great-great-grandmother.  Born in August 1825, she lived all her life in East Stonehouse (now part of Plymouth).  Ann was baptised a Wesleyan Methodist and was the seventh child of parents Wiliam Keast and Rebecca Keast (nee Holt). 251 more words

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Plymouth in 1914 - March

Welcome to Plymouth in 1914 and the monthly page for March from Doidges.

Some handy information about motor vehicle registrations and a picture of the new Tinside bathing houses too!