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James WINTERBOTTOM, Saddleworth - Horse stolen
Posted by: Dave (ID *****9088) Date: February 05, 2005 at 17:17:48
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At the site mentioned below there is an archived report from The Manchester Guardian newspaper dated 21 February 1856 that describes a court case where a horse belonging to Mr. James WINTERBOTTOM, Saddleworth as having been stolen along with goods from the home of Mrs Elizabeth BRIDECAKE and her daughter, Miss Mary Ann HOLME. The dwelling is at Low Side, Oldham. Mr. WINTERBOTTOM is reported to be "a relation of the family".

Sadly he is not one of my WINTERBOTTOMs.

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