How they lived in old Ecclesall, 1600-1800

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How they lived in old Ecclesall, [Bramhill, Mary M] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How they lived in old Ecclesall, Ecclesall lies 3 miles south west of Sheffield City Centre.

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Wynne was born inmaking her one of our oldest interviewees. She lived all her life around Sheffield’s Ecclesall Road area. She married a man from Newcastle and they had two daughters, Joan and Anne, and a son, Richard.

With the exception of Richard, who was ‘more for enjoying the outdoor life’, everyone in the family loved books. Previously lived 6/4 Little london road and, South View left the How they lived in old Ecclesall home when Sylvia was about 12 years old,taking her with her at first,but returned her to her one knows what happened to g date of death,death details,any information of her new worked on railways,and was in Womens Auxillary.

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In the early days of the colonial period, the settlers did not know how to live in the wilderness, and they faced many hardships. In Massachusetts, for example, the Plymouth settlers, spent most of their first winter (–21) on board the Mayflower.

The following winter, the Pilgrims lived on land but in wigwams and sailcloth tents. Searching for owners of Rotherham House,(also known as Old No. 12) Haymarket, Sheffield later s early s.

Would like to know how this info can be obtained. Postal list for shows D. Wright lived there. Anyone know who lived there prior to that. This bldg was once Bernie Inn. The s were a time of big changes in the Americas, spurred on by a couple groups of people who were seeking a better life in a new land.

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They were allowed to buy and sell property, make a will, and sign a contract. Widows received one-third of their husband's property when he died. Sometimes widows took over the husband's business.

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Slave Women Slave women had the toughest lives of anyone in colonial society. Not only were they slaves, but they were also women, giving them no.

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Later in life they both became very involved in the early women’s rights movement. Thomas Heyward. Thomas Heyward. By the ’s his business was prospering and William purchased land at Red Hill above Eaton’s Cutting (on the southeastern corner of Arthurs Seat Road).

He called the property ‘Ecclesall’ after his home town in England. William and his family lived on this property part time, constructing a timber dwelling and manager’s house.

Diane Haswell was born in As a small child she lived off Rustlings Road near Endcliffe Park in Sheffield. She remembers unusual competition for the public library service – a very local library run by a man called Smith, from a back room in his house which was, she thought, somewhere around Louth, Peveril or Ranby Roads.

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As legal property of their masters they had no rights themselves and fared far worse than Roman slaves or medieval ns sold as slaves in the Americas had to rely on their owners providing them with housing or building materials, pots and pans for cooking and eating.

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