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Dickson, Margaret [called Half Hanged Maggy Dickson] (d. in or after 1753), survivor of execution, is of unknown parentage. She lived in Musselburgh, about 6 miles from Edinburgh, with her fisherman husband, a Mr Dickson, with whom she had several children, and made a living in the town's salt-making industry. After her husband was press-ganged into the navy ...

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Greene, Anne (c. 1628–1659), survivor of execution, was born at Steeple Barton, Oxfordshire, the daughter of William Greene and his wife. At the age of about twenty-two, in 1650, she was a servant in the household of Sir Thomas Read of Duns Tew...

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Le Druillenec, Harold Osmond (1911–1985), schoolmaster and concentration camp survivor, was born in the parish of St Ouen, Jersey, on 5 August 1911, the youngest of nine children of Vincent Le Druillenec, farm labourer, and his wife, Sainte-Françoise, née Sangan. His parents were originally from ...

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Woodcock [née Williams], Elizabeth (bap. 1756, d. 1799), survivor, was baptized on 12 December 1756 at Impington, 5 miles north of Cambridge, the daughter of William Williams and his wife, Elizabeth (née Veal). A resident of Impington throughout her life, she married there, on 30 January 1785, a farmer, ...