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  The Willmett Family - pafg26 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Mary Ann Seyes was born in 1828 in Prestbury, Gloucestershire.
Sarah Ann Cotton [Parents] was born in 1849 in Cheltenham.
Mary Ann Wilthew Thompson was born in 1852 in Tynemouth.
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 Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Ann's father was ardently religious, a fierce disciplinarian of Mary Ann and her younger brother Robert, and active in the local Methodist church’s choir and activities.
When Mary Ann was eight, her parents moved the family to the town of Murton, and her father continued working in the mines until one day about a year after their move when he fell down a mine shaft to an early death.
Mary Ann began looking for an escape from her childhood home, although she owed one thing to her stepfather: his salary had kept her and her family from becoming homeless and destitute.
www.crimelibrary.com /notorious_murders/women/cotton/1.html   (431 words)

  
 Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Ann Robson was born in 1822, in the pit village of East Rainton, near Durham.
Mary Ann was arrested when a postmortem on the body of this latest victim of 'gastric fever' revealed abnormal traces of arsenic.
Mary Ann Cotton died on the scaffold at Durham County Gaol at 8 a.m.
www.geocities.com /quietlyinsane5/mary.html   (646 words)

  
  All about Mary Ann Cotton by Douglas MacGowan
Mary Ann's father was ardently religious, a fierce disciplinarian of Mary Ann and her younger brother Robert, and active in the local Methodist church’s choir and activities.
When Mary Ann was eight, her parents moved the family to the town of Murton, and her father continued working in the mines until one day about a year after their move when he fell down a mine shaft to an early death.
Mary Ann began looking for an escape from her childhood home, although she owed one thing to her stepfather: his salary had kept her and her family from becoming homeless and destitute.
origin-www.crimelibrary.com /serial10/cotton   (873 words)

  
 Crime and Punishment in Durham: Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Ann Cotton, nee Robson, was born in 1832 in Murton.
Mary Ann was arrested and some of the bodies of her previous victims were exhumed.
Mary Ann Cotton was charged with the murder of Charles Cotton, Joseph Nattrass, Frederick Cotton and Robert Ronson Cotton although she was eventually tried only for the murder of her stepson, Charles.
www.dur.ac.uk /4schools/Crime/MACottoninfo.htm   (766 words)

  
 The Wacky World Of Murder: Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Ann Robson was born in 1822, in the pit village of East Rainton, near Durham.
Mary Ann was arrested when a post-mortem on the body of this latest victim of 'gastric fever' revealed abnormal traces of arsenic.
Mary Ann Cotton died on the scaffold at Durham County Gaol at 8 a.m.
www.users.on.net /~bundy23/wwom/cotton.htm   (728 words)

  
 Mary Ann Cotton
Mary Cotton went to West Auckland in County Durham in 1871 with her bigamous husband, Frederick, his two stepsons and her own 6-month-old baby.
Mary Cotton was charged with murder of her stepson and taken to Durham Prison, where her child by Quick-Manning was born.
Mary Ann Cotton, whose life consisted of a trail of deaths - twenty-one persons close to her died within twenty years - was suspected of 14 or 15 murders.
www.fortunecity.com /roswell/hammer/73/cotton.html   (358 words)

  
 Bacon
Elizabeth Cotton, t o be sure, could not herself lay claim to those illustrious descents, as the royal blood of the Shirleys came through the marriage of her eldest nephew to Francis Berkeley, who was half a Howard; and through the marriage of this couples eldest son to a Devereux.
Ann Cotton's letter to Christopher Harris is condensed version of a manuscript known as "The Burwell Papers." The author of the Burwell Papers took care to hide his identity, presumably for fear of reprisals from Gov. Berkeley because of the manuscripts sympathetic treatment of Nathaniel Bacon.
Ann Cotton's paper clarifies the situation, for a t the exact point where the author of the Burwell Papers refers to Page as "my servant" she states that he was her husband's servant.
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 Indominable Mary Ann!
Mary Ann was a mature thirty years old when she married Brigham and settled in immediately to her duties as wife and mother in Kirtland.
Mary Ann "rejoiced that she was to find rest, and peace, and freedom from persecution in these mountain vales, though far remote from the borders of civilization."24 "...here after her arrival, in common with others, she passed through serious hardships...[and] baked bread to distribute among the Indians".
Mary Ann's funeral was not one filled with sorrow and mourning but was a quiet tribute to the passing of one of the greatest women of the latter-day restoration.
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 Mary Ann Cotton
The couple were married in September of 1870, Mary Ann again signing the register as “Mary Ann Mowbray,” ignoring the fact that her surname was legally Robinson and that she was not divorced from James, who was very much alive.
After giving birth to a son, Robert, in early 1871, Mary Ann learned that her former paramour Joseph Nattrass was not married and was living in nearby West Aukland.
Upon the death of her infant, Mary Ann stated that she did not want to bury the baby immediately, because Joseph Nattrass had also become ill with gastric fever, and she would wait and handle both burials at once.
www.crimelibrary.com /notorious_murders/women/cotton/5.html   (544 words)

  
 MURDER IN THE UK  -  Mary Ann Cotton   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Born Mary Ann Robson is this most profound of serial killers, Killed husbands, and possibly even her own children, she was hanged in Durham prison on 29th Match 1873, aged 40.
When Mary was eight the family moved, Mary and her brother Robert went to a new school, where shy Mary found it difficult to make friends.
Cotton was eventually caught when a post mortem examination on one of her children revealed arsenic poisoning as the cause of death.
www.murderuk.com /serialkillers/maryanncotton.htm   (446 words)

  
 David Burket & Mary Ann Zumwalt
Mary Ann Zumwalt was born 1 Jan 1800 in the St. Charles District of the Louisiana District of the Indiana Territory.
The third theory is that Mary Ann Zumwalt Burket was the daughter of a Jacob Zumwalt Jr.
Mary Ann Zumwalt Burkett, Sarah Ann Burkett and Little Berry Green and other Burkett and Green children are buried in the Hochheim Cemetery, Hochheim, DeWitt County, Texas.
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 HorrorWeb
Born Mary Ann Robson in October, 1832 in the village of Low Moorsley in Tyne and Wear, Northern England, her father was a staunchly religious miner and a strict disciplinarian of Mary Ann and her younger brother, Robert.
Mary Ann and Frederick were married in September despite the fact that she was still married to James Robinson.
Mary Ann was becoming more careless and rousing more suspicion; within hours of Charles’ death she went to the insurance office to collect money even before fetching the physician to sign the death certificate.
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 Mary Ann Cotton
Mary was arrested and charged with the murder of her stepson.
Mary Ann Cotton was found guilty and sentenced to death.
Cotton was suspected of the murders of 14 people, in her older life twenty one people close to her died.
www.fortunecity.com /roswell/streiber/273/cotton_mo.htm   (224 words)

  
 Indominable Mary Ann!   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Latter-day Saint pioneer Mary Ann Angell Young was a living testament that faith in God and his gospel is reason enough to endure any number of hardships with dignity, patience, and unwavering hope.
Mary Ann scarcely had time to organize her home before Brigham marched with Zion’s Camp, and mob troubles escalated in Ohio and Missouri.
During that winter, Mary Ann and her five children had to fend for themselves while apostates terrorized them, ransacking their home in the pretended belief that Brigham was hiding there.
www.latter-day.com /maryann.htm   (1799 words)

  
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COTTON´s victims were made up of twelve of her own children and stepchildren, three husbands, her best friend, and even her own mother.
COTTON was arrested in July 1872 after the suspicious death of her son, Charles.
Mary Anne COTTON was tried and subsequently hanged at Durham on March 24, 1873.
www.crimezzz.net /serialkillers/C/COTTON_mary_ann.php   (477 words)

  
 All about Mary Ann Cotton by Douglas MacGowan
Born in the small English village of Low Moorsley in October of 1832, Mary Ann Robson did not have a happy childhood, but neither did most children born in lower-class England in the early 19th century.
Her parents were both younger than 20 when they married, and her father barely managed to keep his family fed by working as a miner in nearby East Rainton.
This is undoubtedly true, although a photograph taken of her after her incarceration shows a dowdy and somewhat plain figure.
www.crimelibrary.com /serial10/cotton   (499 words)

  
 Mary Ann and Ping
The flock that uses the tree: Mary Ann, adult feral female Cuddles, 5/25/98 hatch of unknown sex TIlly 6/16/98 lilac crowned amazon The room used to be a dining room.
Mary ANn was living in the green one when I brought Cuddles home.
I noticed that the boinnng (curled stretchy cotton rope corkscrew) seemed to have been territorially claimed by the quakers, Tilly has an alphabet/leather knot clump that seems to be just hers and the rest of the stuff is community property.
www.quakerville.com /maryann   (525 words)

  
 Mary Ping
Grey cotton velvet blazer, double knit snow mohair double tank, grey cotton velvet trouser, cream pima cotton jersey smocked wrap.
Grey cotton velvet blazer, spruce wool mohair knit sweater.
Grey cotton velvet blazer, spruce wool mohair knit sweater, cotton chambray double layer culottes.
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 AbeBooks: Suchergebnisse - Tony Whitehead und Mary Ann Cotton
If she was guilty of all the deaths attributed to her (21) then she leaves the likes of Christie, Sutcliffe and West way behind.
Tony Whitehead's book is a superbly detailed and illustrated study and although not fully defending Mary Ann, he does maintain that much of the direct evidence produced against her would be laughed out of court today or be deemed inadmissable.
Mary Ann Cotton Dead, but Not Forgotten (A Documentary History of the Life of Great Britain's Alleged Most Prolific Murderess) (ISBN: 0953961400)
www.abebooks.de /search/sortby/3/an/Tony+Whitehead+/tn/+Mary+Ann+Cotton   (266 words)

  
 Jones, Bryant, Cotton
She was born in 1875 in Kaufman Co. Texas to Sally Cotton Bryant.
I am writing a book about the Cottons of Kaufman County and I am trying to trace some descendants of Sally and her daughter Mary Jane.
Mary Jane's grandparents were Weaver and Mary Ann Cotton from Kaufman Co., Tx.
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 Mary Ann   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ann Cotton murdered as many as twenty-one people including her own children with arsenic, from The Crime Library.
Official website of Mary Ann, a paranormal investigator with a unique edge: she can see and talk to ghosts who have not yet crossed over.
Mary Ann Hoberman is a poet and the critically acclaimed author of many books for children, including the beloved A House is a House for Me,.
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 Selected Families/Individuals - aqwg13   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Mary HEWETT [Parents] was born 6 Feb 1779 and was christened 7 Mar 1779 in Oystermouth parish, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales.
Mary WILLIAMS was born in, Mumbels, Glamorgan, Wales and was christened 26 Oct 1823 in Oystermouth parish, Oystermouth, Glamorgan, Wales.
Mary NOAL [Parents] was born in St. Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom and was christened 12 Apr 1784 in St. Ives, Cornwall, United Kingdom.
www.planetkc.com /goblue/aqwg13.htm   (2321 words)

  
 Cotton Mary
Cotton Mary suffers from its lack of sympathetic characters, but it is still far from a disaster.
Merchant's filmmaking is at times wooden and conventional, but Cotton Mary is brought to life by the weirdness of its subject matter and the risks Madhur Jaffrey takes in her brilliant performance.
Cotton Mary, Ismail Merchant’s second film as a director, puts some interestingly layered material into play, but he can’t quite bring it together.
www.rottentomatoes.com /m/cotton_mary   (741 words)

  
 Welcome to Mary Stinson Claunch Lane's Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Cotton was "KING" in Lamar County during that period.
J.W.G. Stinson died in 1879 and is buried in the Brackeen Cemetery in Lamar County.
Joseph Paschal Ashmore, married Mary Ann Patterson and resided in Sabine County, Texas in 1850.
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 Ridgeback Rescue of the United States
Authentic pigment 11 oz 100% ringspun cotton Hemmed sleeves with open bottom with side vents.
Genuine pigment dyed 95% ringspun combed cotton and 5% lyca all edges have serged finishes.
Authentic pigment dyed 11oz 100% ringspun cotton fleece.
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 COTTON ANCESTORS
Mary (Polly), born 1688, Isle Of Wright CO. VA.
Amos COTTON, being weak in body...wife Zilpha, use of estate during her widowhood and bequeath one negro, Jude to wife..
It to be the deviding line to be made by George WIMBERLY and or Elias FORT, son Joseph, one Negro and one mare.
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 Fatal Females: Mary Ann Cotton quiz -- free game
Mary Ann Cotton (1832-1873) was one of Britain's most famous poisoners.
Mary Ann Cotton was only convicted of one murder.
Mary Ann's defense attorney presented a rather ridiculous idea to explain how the body of her victim was found riddled with arsenic.
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 Mary Ann Mitchell - CATHEDRAL OF VAMPIRES
The rest of her body was swathed in a simple white cotton top and pants.
She had survived the Marquis de Sade; certainly Justin couldn’t reach the same heights of wicked pleasures that Sade had pursued.
The vampire de Sade meets Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans.
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 Cotton of Virginia
William Cotton (1720-1787) & Mary Taylor (1843-1788)
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I would be happy to add your URL to my Cotton page.
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