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Annewiggy
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91 of 92  Tue 11th Jun 2019 1:37pm  
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Thanks Helen, I don’t think the Yardleys were saints, there are a lot if documents about how he came about the Bastille Gate to begin with and managed to finish up paying a peppercorn rent. Kaga, Rob has sorted out my article now and is listed under Members Articles.
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Kaga simpson
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92 of 92  Tue 11th Jun 2019 5:42pm  
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Thank you, Annewiggy. John Hales was supposed to have had a club foot, Lady Hales was killed by a King Charles cannon ball during the siege of the city in 1642. There was supposed to be a round circular raised mound on Whitley Common where King Charles pitched his tent at the seige of the city.
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