I believe they went into group homes or lived with relatives at the time. I am not sure myself, but during 'deinstitutionalization' that's where most people went. -Jewel (Jewel64@roadrunner.com)
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143 women and children passengers lived
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In England, were he lived... at a hospital
it was called round the twist
in there own town where they lived
2 of Thomas and Martha's children lived to adulthood.
No. For most of his life, Shakespeare lived in London while his wife and children lived in Stratford.
No , two of his children out lived him
Numerous children have lived in the white house with their parents but the Kennedy children were the youngest ever. and now the Obama children are the second youngest.
No children...he was gay and lived with tenor Peter Pears for whom he wrote operas and such. He and Pears were together over 40 years...buried next to one another in Suffolk England church yard of St. Peter and St. Paul.
She lived with her children and husband.
There were 7 children in 1st class. The majority of the children were in 2nd and steerage. Second had 25 children and steerage had 80 children. Six of the 7 children in 1st class lived, all 25 in second, and 25 children out of the 80 in steerage lived.
Economically poor folks, including men, women, and children, lived in a community's poorhouse.
She lived and woke up in the hospital with edward
Ben's mom lived in the local mental hospital. He would go to visit her, but he lived with the Finneys.
Calpurna, the cook
Some lived in towns some lived in farms, children on a farm would do farming, children from the towns which became an apprentice.
Henry had 6 children however only three lived.
8 children lived with Charles Darwin
The Children's Crusade was a fourth Crusade which occurred in 1212. The average age of the children was 12. They were sent to rid the Holy Land of Muslims and Turks, since the first three Crusades had failed. The people believed the children would succeed because the children have not sinned as much as adults, because they have not lived long enough. The children never made it to the Holy Land. They all either were swept off the boat, starved, or were tricked and sold into slavery.
It depends on what class. Poor Victorian children lived in the slums with their parents and they were lucky to make it to the age of 5. Rich Victorian children lived in fine manor houses etc with maids to look after them.
Rich children then were rich because they worked. They lived like children nowadays - with parents.
In ancient Rome children belonged to their father. In the case of a divorce, the children lived and were raised by their father.
He had 8 children with his wife Anne. But only 3 lived until adulthood.