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George E Horsham George E Horsham in England & Wales, Marriage Index, 1837-2005. George Horsham was born on month day 1910, at birth place, New York, to John Fredrick Horsham and Martha Mariah Horsham (born Pritchard). George E Horsham married Sarah F Coulter in month 1910, at marriage place, Kentucky. George Horsham 1865George Horsham in 1891 England & Wales Census. John was born on September 9 1870, in Ossining, New York, . Martha was born on June 13 1875, in Birkenhead, Cheshire, England. George had 11 siblings: Arthur Cecil Horsham, Herbert Horsham and 9 other siblings.
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James Coomber (aka Comber) was born in 1840 in Charlwood, Surrey, England to James Coomber and Sarah Coomber (born Goring, formerly Steadman)
The term tithe map is usually applied to a map of an English or Welsh parish or township, prepared following the Tithe Commutation Act 1836. This act allowed tithes to be paid in cash rather than goods. The map and its accompanying schedule gave the.
The term tithe map is usually applied to a map of an English or Welsh parish or township, prepared following the Tithe Commutation Act 1836. The map and its accompanying schedule gave the names of all owners and occupiers of land in the parish. Individual tithe owners sometimes prepared maps for their own use to show who owned what land. These maps are sometimes also called tithe maps, although such maps are not common before 1836.
They participate in the design, execution, and evaluation of the programs and projects relative to the prevention of insecurity and the struggle against crime. They have the magistrate’s powers conferred on them by law. They are given uniforms.