In her midwife practice, from 1775 - 1812, this person delivered almost one thousand babies, and had a better success rate than most doctor and hospitals, well into the 1930s.
This person worked as a surveyor and miller and provided well for his family, dying in 1821 at the age of ninety-six.
This person was hot tempered and given to drink, but he also had amassed over 300 acres of land, and provided well for his family.
This person did not think highly of another person and often accused her of many things, and the tension between them grew.
This person learned from the midwives of the area, but he had several bad experiences prior to that decision.
This person used to help with chores around the house and with weaving.
This person was a daughter who worked in Martha's...
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