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Well its almost two years since I have made any significant updates or added any new information to Thrale.com. My time has gone into rebuilding the website based on a database. It has been a success, but it took me an inconceivably long time, with at one time when I lost several months work when I had to start over again from scratch.
The last of the Thrale full-term pregnancy children, Henrietta was born at Streatham on 21 June 1778. Her godmother was Mrs Elizabeth Montagu. Her mother called her Harriett.
p>An account of all residences Hester or Henry are known to have had in Bath or Bristol.
Henry Thrale died on 4 April 1781 between 5am - 6am, with his wife and Samuel Johnson by his side.
My auntie Ida used to make her renowned Cheesecake at family occasions. I am pleased to say that in her old age she gave me the secret recipe and even helped me over the phone when I wasn't quite sure how to follow the recipe. She has since passed away and is greatly missed. Here is the recipe in memory of her.
Michelle's variation on traditional English shepherd's pie, with an exotic topping and more vegetable content than usual. We love it!
William Trayle was Member of Parliament (M.P.) for the County in 1376 and 1381. Johannes Trayle was Chevalier M.P. for Bedford Borough in 1541. Michael Thrayle appears as M.P. for the Bedford Borough in 1541.
Makes 4 pancakes.