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Old 01-04-2018, 05:45 PM
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I think keys probably would have only been given to heads to the households (and perhaps off-site employees, especially John Richardson). So keys for Mrs Richardson, Mrs Hardiman, Mr Walker, Mr. Thompson, Mr. Davis, one for the Cooksley sisters, maybe Mrs Wilcox (described as "elderly"- did she get out much? perhaps she was an invalid?), probably John Richardson, maybe Francis Tyler- 7 or 8 keys. (This is probably still too many- John probably used his mother's key and the same with James Hardiman. Perhaps there were common floor keys? How difficult & expensive would extra keys have been to make?)

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