2018 A-Z Challenge

 

During the month of April 2018, we joined the worldwide A-Z Challenge described at http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/. On each day of the month, our members' told us something on the theme of People of My Place, and they have risen to that challenge with a variety of mini biographies of inhabitants and families from their individual one-place studies.
Read more at https://www.one-place-studies.org/a-is-for-2018/#XxzrLv8eJxcslzHb.99about their study place for the corresponding letter of the alphabet. For convenient reference, the links to this set of blogs are listed below:

A is for the Arscotts of Tetcott Devon
B is for Bessie Brickell of Enmore Green Dorset
C is for William Conway of Handsacre Staffordshire
D is for W.D. of Wing Buckinghamshire
E is for Edward Johns of Armitage Staffordshire
F is for Frederick Jackson of Anwick Lincolnshire
G is for Gingham Tam of Earlston Berwickshire
H is for Martin Headley (friend or foe?) of Snaith Yorkshire
I is for Francis Alfred Ibbott of Needingworth Huntingdonshire
J is for Jordan Bridge of Springhill Lancashire
K is for Andrew Kennedy of Melrose Roxburghshire
L is for William Lester of West Templeton Quebec
M is for Miss Margaret Shackleton of Parham Suffolk
M is for Miss Margaret Shackleton of Parham Suffolk
O is for Oliver Trumbo (and his brothers) of Dayton Illinois
P is for Patrick Keough of Plate Cove East Newfoundland
Q is for Robert Quickenden of Herne Bay Kent
R is for Reverend Rees Davies of Upper Swell Gloucestershire
S is for Muriel Mary Swinstead of Chalgrove Oxfordshire
T is for Tindall Bowman of Rillington North Yorkshire
U is for the Underwoods of Little Coxwell Berkshire
V is for Vaughan Cornish of Debenham Suffolk
W is for Christopher Wright of Edgmond Shropshire
X is for the unknown seaman buried in Bucks Mill Devon
Y is for William Young/Yung Sing of Alpha-Jericho, Queensland
Z is for Charles Ziemann of Porthleven Cornwall