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Crime and Punishment in Hull and the East Riding
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@demon_drink @ourcriminalpast In 1891 Harry Dainton was convicted of drowning Hannah, his wife, in the River Avon. Hannah liked a drink &, whilst Harry was no saint, after finding her again in the pub it looked like he simply lost it. Leaving behind 6 children, one of whom was blind & died in the Workhouse.
At the start of the new year, why not brush up on your family history courses with an online course? We take a look at the latest courses available now, covering family history software, printed sources in family history and more
COMING SOON: Explore the county's historical connection to the many diseases & epidemics that have affected Hertfordshire since the 1300s in our new online talk FEVER
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Did you miss our panel discussion on the 1921 Census earlier this week? Don't worry you can still join the conference, watch a recording of this week's session and join us live on 13 and 20 January. Find out more and get your conference bundle ticket here: https://www.family-tree.co.uk/how-to-guides/1921-census/celebratory-1921-census-conference/
#Census1921 📜🖋 When was the 1921 census taken? Where can you find the records? And what do they show you? @wdytyamagazine explores the latest family history resource 👉 https://buff.ly/3eTD6as
More women were employed in personal service than in any other sector in #1921Census . Find out more with @SocGenealogists best seller book My Ancestor was in Service
It's a #NewYear and a new theme for our collaboration with @MPSHeritage! We’re bringing some cheer to the start of the year by focusing on the pets, animals, and mascots that have been an important part of station life for firefighters since Victorian times #LBLMAanimals
Today's #DryJanuary #temperance image is from a radical journal 'The Progressionist' in 1852, showing a path of alcohol addiction; the pawnbroker, the pub, and then a choice between the workhouse and prison - melodramatic, yes, but it reflected many real-life stories.
At Saltburn 'the bathing machines, wooden ones with high wheels and steps leading up to them stand yet in a long row near the Ship Inn with their wheels deeply embedded in the soft sand.' 'Yorkshire Tour' by Pontefract and Hartley (1939)