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Daniel Whiting (Bath) A Workman's Daughter
I have at least two ancestors with the name Daniel Whiting. One worked in the printing trade. They both lived in Bath. By chance I found two articles in Bristol Central Library. Both were written by a Daniel Whiting in about 1871/2. One title was "A Workman's Daughter". The other was "A Wife at Home". Both articles were published / printed in Bath. Whilst I can only see one Whiting family living in Bath, I can't assume that my ancestor was the author of these articles - but I would like to think he was. Does anyone in the printing trade have the answer to this one?


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Bath, Somerset

 



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