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Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian, Glamorgan, Monmouth, and Brecon Gazette Glamorgan, Wales
15 Jan 1848
Latytner-rd.. Ilamme.- smtlli, builders. Thoma Mastersoq, Landsdowne-terrace South Lambeth, warehouscinsu. Kdward Dawson Welbank Mitchell, lirmhton, boardiug housekeeper. Joseph Miller Ipswich, Suffolk, licensed victualler. Willi. Thomas' Morgan, NeathView article
Reading Mercury Berkshire, England
13 Feb 1847
as a little girl named Ann Edwards was nursing a female infant, three months old, the daughter of Mr. Laidlaw, of No. 49, Welbank-street, I)over-road, Southwark, wheu opposite St. George's church she was accosted by a tall lady-like female dressed in deepView article