#1
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This is quite interesting, The Old Bailey has released records of trials from over 300 years ago. Though for Brits only I'm afraid (unless of course you have British ancestors).


It's pretty funny to see crimes from the 1600's that have happened in your area, and it's also worth searching your surname... Perhaps you have a murderer in your ancestry?
Last edited by DanRev at May 6, 2008,
#3
The 1600s were over 200 years ago, FYI


And my surname is Smith, I don't get any of the family records fun ever
#4
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The 1600s were over 200 years ago, FYI





That's why I said:


over 200






I dont think they have the first half of the 1600's anyway.



And my surname is Smith, I don't get any of the family records fun ever



And my surname is an uncommon Irish one so I dont have any records on there either.
#6
can you search on teh interebz?
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Nothing for Moggan. It's cos we're all a bunch of sheep-stealin', stout-drnkin' Irish crooks!
#10
My ancestors were ****ing retards and piss poor excuses for thieves. They were arrested for stealing such articles as chairs, table linens, and in a seperate case, "leaden flower pots".
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#12
apparantly my ancestors spent their time getting stolen from and then committing bigamy.

lucky me.
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