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Written in Ash OOC
« on: September 23, 2016, 12:23:08 pm »


Patience Town Registery

Peter & Constance Thomas - respectable farmers
children:

Tobias - 18
Frances - 17
James - 17
Elinor - 16
Henry - 14
Millicent - 12
Alice - 8

Michael & Mary Nathaniel - gunsmith/silversmith
children:

Lucy 4
Rose 2


John & Hope Carson
children:

Sarah 16
Abigail 14
Andrew 13
Hester 11
Roger 2

Jacob Lorell - widowed - Carpenter
children:

Nicholas 18
Prudence 9

Jason & Charity Higgins - Grocer

Emily Harken 15










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« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2016, 05:49:22 pm »
Patience Town Registry, continued.


Edmund Thomas,
merchant, older brother to Peter Thomas

His wife, Rebecca Thomas

Their children:

Edward Thomas
William Thomas
Mary Clay
Judith Miller
Katherine Blackwell


and their youngest,

Isabelle Thomas, 16


« Last Edit: September 23, 2016, 05:58:01 pm by Ara »

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Re: Written in Ash OOC
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2016, 06:33:31 pm »
Hello girls!

I'm from the Retro-Conservative Initiative. Very nice thread you have going here.

While we do appreciate some of the values from the era you are portraying (and doing a mighty fine job, by the way) we at Re-CoIn have a bit of a problem with some of your character's, shall we say, power and autonomy. As you know, there's been a slew of problems lately concerning the rise of autonomy. You are also pushing some activities that aren't entirely domestic. As we are sure you know, those kind of things weren't common in the times you are interpreting, and we would like for people not to think so, either. Again, love some of it, but maybe you could keep it accurate so that maybe, in the near future, values that really represented the era can come back?

We at Re-CoIn just want women to be women again!
Thank you for writing, though you shouldn't