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Booth Online Archive, churches; Theistic Church.
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House, Witham, Essex, from the Pattisson Collection,
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P.J. 1997. Reputation & Loss in a Victorian Family: The Pattissons of Witham in
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by Charles Rule Williams.
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ancestry and family members. Isaac Seligman's burial.
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Darryl. 2009. The Peerage.com. Comprehensive
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of the famous Williams (mining) family.
Registry. 2010. Flood Risk Indicator, an
assessment based on flood risk data supplied by the Environment Agency.
Mills, Joseph, and P.
Annear. 2003. The Book of St Day, 'The Towne of
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A bound folio album containing genealogical data on the Pattisson and
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A Refuge for All.
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Sharron P., (i) Creating the Cult of 'Cousin Jack': Cornish Miners in Latin America
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in Latin America, 1999, which contains some emigration data on Charles Rule Williams and
a note about his Mountain
Skyte (née Ephraim) T.R.,
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website. The Seligman Family.
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Council Meeting, 8 Sep 2008, re: 'travellers'.
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Registers. 1919-1953. Burials.
Post. 1917. 'A Rank Outsider's Chance in the
Wall Street Game', by James B. Morrow. Isaac Newton Seligman and the Seligman banking
The West Briton & Cornwall
Advertiser. 1887. (i) Examination of a bankrupt,
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various mining issues.
(Oct). Article about 'travellers' at Zimapan and visitors'
Magazine. 1949. For the Kill; a libel case brought
by George Percival Williams.
Online. 1882 & 1903. (i) Report of
the Conybeare v. Yates libel case (1882) and (ii) obituary of Sir William R. Williams
TNA (The National Archive), Kew, Surrey: currency converter.
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Hillside Publications, St Austell, Cornwall.
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