The cannot that is same stated of these African counterparts.
By 1620, Anne Rickard was tired of her life in the London parish of St James Clerkenwell december. For unsaid reasons, she chose to do something positive about it and needed and‘entreated’ her churchwardens to publish a testimonial saying her good character. In this penned document, they attested that she ended up being a female of ‘honest sort … honest life and conversation’, both ‘esteemed and reputed’ by her community. A widow, was ‘minded and purposed to dwell elsewhere’ despite her local standing, Anne. Continue reading “Those English women that travelled to your brand brand new colony of Jamestown looking for wedding and a new way life had been neither groomed nor coerced”