Oblivious to this technicality it wasn’t until 1884 that they put the mistake right and married for the second time, legally!
Jesse was conveyed to Heaven on a Milk Cart, which was quite fitting for his achievements in saving lives through Clean Milk Production.
DNA Journey Episode 3 Old friends and now hugely successful comedians, Joel Dommett and Tom Allen are delving into their family history, as they embark on a road-trip around the UK. Through detailed genealogy … Continue reading Joel Dommett, Tom Allen, and Time Detectives on ITV 20th October 9 o’clock
Rob: “You’re telling me my family were scumbags?”
Me: “Well, you probably wouldn’t have wanted to live next door to them.”
Great figures for DNA Journey again in the overnights 2.6 million viewers
Bombings meant the murders could be hidden in plain site
It’s a cracking episode, and not just because I’m in it!
Maureen’s lot were interesting, sort of Only Fools and Horses on the Humber.
Moment when I dropped the “Robbery Bomb” on Jamie Redknapp
Giving up a comfortable, and safe living in New York, John braved the U-Boats to cross the Atlantic back to England
Charles joined the 8th Hussars, took the signing on bounty, then promptly deserted with the money
Louis (“Lewis”) James Jossa 1881-1951 “Lewis” (Jacqueline Jossa’s Great Great Uncle) was working full time from his early teens as a Cartridge Boy in the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich doing … Continue reading Not “Jossa” South London Family (Part 3)