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Re: William Jayne and Cromwell-A Fiction
Posted by: Milton Bush (ID *****1795) Date: April 14, 2003 at 10:07:01
In Reply to: Re: William Jayne and Cromwell by gary lee Jayne of 392

It appears that this is a fiction of Beniah Gustin Jayne in the 1880's. And he did not attend Oxford. It has never heard of him. He was not a minister. He was a carpenter and a cooper.

Bristol city records show an apprentice joiner with that name at the right time.

Beniah seems to have liked playing tricks and jokes on folks.


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