I was contemplating making a couple of extra posts tonight to make up for the past couple of days when I missed out. However, having taken 5 attempts to get the first post out without a lot of mistakes I think I will quit while I am ahead……… Just some days where you have to accept that the fingers are going to tie themselves in knots on the keyboard
George Cracket, retired coal miner hewer, died age 78 on 20 June 1911 at Barrington, Bedlington in Northumberland. I belive this George Cracket to be my great grand-uncle born in 1833 in Cornhill-on Tweed to my great great grandparents William Cracket and Elisabeth Tait. Informant for the death was his son John Cracket.
For those of you who got the “draft” title in your reader – Oops, sorry. One of these days I will learn to always check the title before I publish. Sometimes I start to scribble a few weeks in advance then forget to check the heading before I line the post up for publication.