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  • Debra Arif
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    Originally posted by San Fran View Post
    Iím not sure anyone noticed this but Mary Ann Pike is on the Pateman list too.

    30 Jun 1885 George Brewer and Mary Ann Pike, 3 George St
    San- Mary Ann Pike was the daughter of William Pike, a lodge- keeper.

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  • San Fran
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    Originally posted by Debra Arif View Post
    1871 census posted by Gary:

    6 Old Street, St Luke, Finsbury

    Thomas Pike, head, 39, walking stick maker, born London City.
    Jane Pike, wife, dressmaker born India.
    Sarah Pike, daur, 16, carpet bag maker b Bethnal Green Middlesex
    Mary Ann Pike, daur, 12, artificial flower maker b St Luke
    Jane Pike, daur, 10, scholar. b St Luke
    Eleanor Pike, 3, b St Luke.
    Iím not sure anyone noticed this but Mary Ann Pike is on the Pateman list too.

    30 Jun 1885 George Brewer and Mary Ann Pike, 3 George St

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  • Robert Linford
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    Never mind, you can go into the kitchen with Gary. You can do the sprouts.

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  • Caroline Brown
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    Caz could send me all Mr Brown of Sidmouth's Tottenham memorabilia.
    I'd need the biggest Pickfords van available, Robert.

    And then I'd need another one for myself as I'd be banned from Brown Towers.

    Love,

    Caz
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  • Robert Linford
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    I don't mind, but don't forget the fried onions.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    Well Debs, I'm prepared to act as an honest broker in this, and issue the award myself.


    I am not asking for any bribes - just tokens of goodwill, y'understand.


    You could send me the doughnuts.


    Scott could send me cases of Chateau Nelson beer.


    Gary could spend a year in a state of vassalage cooking me bangers and mash.


    Caz could send me all Mr Brown of Sidmouth's Tottenham memorabilia.


    And How could send me some scrapple - it would be good for the garden.
    Beef or pork, guvnor?

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  • Debra Arif
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    Understood, Robert.

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  • Joe Chetcuti
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    Scott once gave me a six-pack of his home-made Chateau Nelson beer.

    It's much too good for the French.

    It's great to watch you guys go to work on this Sarah Lewis thread. We've got the cream of the crop of researchers here.

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  • Robert Linford
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    Well Debs, I'm prepared to act as an honest broker in this, and issue the award myself.


    I am not asking for any bribes - just tokens of goodwill, y'understand.


    You could send me the doughnuts.


    Scott could send me cases of Chateau Nelson beer.


    Gary could spend a year in a state of vassalage cooking me bangers and mash.


    Caz could send me all Mr Brown of Sidmouth's Tottenham memorabilia.


    And How could send me some scrapple - it would be good for the garden.

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  • Debra Arif
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    In court, Mr Nelson insisted that the woman approached him and said, "Hey big boy, wanna fill the hole in my doughnut?" However, the jury didn't believe him.


    Mr Nelson then asked for a Lifetime Award, and was awarded 90 years in the jug.


    That do, Debs?
    I'm glad they didn't believe him, my doughnuts are holes barred, and filled with ice cream.
    Honestly, is Scott going to get that Lifetime achievement before me?!

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  • Robert Linford
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    In court, Mr Nelson insisted that the woman approached him and said, "Hey big boy, wanna fill the hole in my doughnut?" However, the jury didn't believe him.


    Mr Nelson then asked for a Lifetime Award, and was awarded 90 years in the jug.


    That do, Debs?

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  • Debra Arif
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    Originally posted by Scott Nelson View Post
    Debs, I'm shocked!
    Me too, Scott.
    Robert's never ignored me for this amount of time before.

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  • Scott Nelson
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    Debs, I'm shocked!

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  • Debra Arif
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    Thanks, Robert. I walked around Thrawl Street in 51 but didn't get lucky.

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  • Gary Barnett
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    Originally posted by Robert Linford View Post
    There's a Black Horse Court in the 1861. The enumerator seems to have gone from George St to Black Horse Ct and then Flower and Dean St.
    Thanks, Rob.

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