A collection of items I have found over the years that defy classification.

Tennessee Confederate Surgeons

Name Military Annals of Tennessee - Lindsey Tennessseans in the Civil War Register of the Adjutant General of the Confederacy Notes
Driver, J. M. (surgeon) p. 570 X p. 264 55th TN Inf.

Guppy's book 'Homes of Family Names of Great Britain' ca. 1880s

DRIVER
: Name of a gentry family in Avening. 

"Notes and Recollections of Stroud"
by Paul Hawkins Fisher. This book was first published, in 1871 and re-printed in 1986 by
Alan Sutton Publishing Ltd, Phoenix Mill, London Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire, Tel: 01453-731115.
ISBN 0 862993 16 4 (paperback)

Mrs. DRIVER  - Managed George Inn 035

Stroud: Pigots Directory 1830

    'Stroud or Stroudwater is 30 miles from Bristol, 14 from Cheltenham and
    nine from Gloucester City. It was the centre of the clothing trade in
    1830, with mills every few hundred yards on every river. In the census
    of 1821 the parish had 7,097 inhabitants.

   DRIVER Nathan         Woollen Cloth Manufacturer             Hazel Mill, Stroud


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