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  • Could someone try to access Charles Pitts, Peterborough, 1867 in UK electoral 1832-1932 on FMP? It could turn out to be Charles Potts, Fred Pitts or anything, but whatever it is it won't come up for me.

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    • It eventually loaded. Doesn't help.
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      • Gary :
        I resized your previous scan for you.
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        • Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
          Could someone try to access Charles Pitts, Peterborough, 1867 in UK electoral 1832-1932 on FMP? It could turn out to be Charles Potts, Fred Pitts or anything, but whatever it is it won't come up for me.
          It is Charles Pitts/precincts/inhabitant occupier of dwelling house/minster precincts.

          His neighbours included several Revs, a Very Rev D. D. and a Venerable.
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          • Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
            Gary :
            I resized your previous scan for you.
            Thanks, How.

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            • In 1871 it goes Laurel Court House, then Prebendal House, then the Pittses. So maybe Prebendal House can be located.

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              • https://www.britishlistedbuildings.c...d#.WrLbmWdLHX4


                Maybe this will help.


                Why couldn't Pitts call his house Shangri-La or something?

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                • Sorry, Rob, I doubled up your info.

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                  • Thanks Gary. What happened was it wouldn't load, so I asked if someone could access it, then I found it was hiding behind a page.


                    His neighbours inckuded several Revs, a Very Rev and a Venerable.


                    Awkward if he wanted to play his Black Sabbath albums loud.

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                    • Here's the Prebendal House:

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                      • Quite nice but a bit louring.

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                        • Gary everything seems snail's pace on FMP, but I think if you go to the 1871 and then go forward a page or two, there's a second prebendal house.

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                          • I wonder why a teenaged Alice was working as a servant to a Leicester brazier in 1861?

                            Was she a wayward child?

                            Was there a pregnancy we haven't yet found?

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                            • In 1851 they're in Cathedral Precincts between Minster Yard and Gravel Walk.

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                              • There was a Charles Pitts with mother Pitts born end of 1860, Peterborough. A Charles Pitts dies Peterborough 1862 aged 1.

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