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BURLINGHAM, Hannah (1859-1922)
BURLINGHAM, Hannah (1859-1922)
Hannah married Charles Eggleton on 2 March 1882 in West Dulwich. 
 
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CALDECOTT, Frederick
CALDECOTT, Frederick
 
 
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CAMPBELL, Margaret (1884-1961)
CAMPBELL, Margaret (1884-1961)
 
 
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Cardiff's Bute Docks
Cardiff's Bute Docks
This scene shows coal ships laid up during a general strike. This is typical of the ship that Richard Kendall was master of when he married Florence Banfill.  
 
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Cary Arms, Babbacombe, Devonshire, England
Cary Arms, Babbacombe, Devonshire, England
 
 
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Cashes Green Isolation Hospital, Nr Cainscross, Gloucestershire
Cashes Green Isolation Hospital, Nr Cainscross, Gloucestershire
This hospital was completed in 1904 at a cost of  
 
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Cathedral of St John's, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
Cathedral of St John's, Providence, Rhode Island, USA
This is the church where Gertrude Bassett and George Henry Schofield were married on 6 JAN 1916. 
 
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Caversham, nr Reading, Berkshire, England in 1890
Caversham, nr Reading, Berkshire, England in 1890
 
 
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Caversham, nr Reading, Berkshire, England: The Warren c.1900
Caversham, nr Reading, Berkshire, England: The Warren c.1900
 
 
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Cawnpore Massacre, 1857-1859
Cawnpore Massacre, 1857-1859
This is the story of the "Indian Mutiny" which took place between 1857 and 1859. Part of this mutiny was the Cawnpore Massacre in which, it is believed, George David de Rusett, his wife Margaret and their 2 children were brutally killed. 
 
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Cecilia A Monger | Billion Graves Headstone, Cemetery, and Grave Record | Springvale, Victoria, Australia 5449805
Cecilia A Monger | Billion Graves Headstone, Cemetery, and Grave Record | Springvale, Victoria, Australia 5449805
 
 
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Cedric William Monger | Billion Graves Headstone, Cemetery, and Grave Record | Portarlington, Victoria, Australia 2224564
Cedric William Monger | Billion Graves Headstone, Cemetery, and Grave Record | Portarlington, Victoria, Australia 2224564
 
 
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Cementerio Particular Veracruzano, Mexico
Cementerio Particular Veracruzano, Mexico
 
 
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Cementerio Particular Veracruzano, Mexico
Cementerio Particular Veracruzano, Mexico
The entrance to the cemetery, as seen in 1955. 
 
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CGWC Commemoration: BROADWAY, Albert William, D.S.M., RN (1918)
CGWC Commemoration: BROADWAY, Albert William, D.S.M., RN (1918)
This memorial marks thousands of people lost at sea during both wars. Albert was one of those men. He died when his submarine went missing in the North Sea on, or about 1 November 1918. 
 
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CGWC Commemoration: STUBBS, Arthur William (1940)
CGWC Commemoration: STUBBS, Arthur William (1940)
Private Stubbs (No. 5492437) was commemorated by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on the Dunkirk Memorial along with 4,506 others. 
 
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CGWC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Jonas (1916)
CGWC Commemoration: WOOSTER, Jonas (1916)
 
 
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CHANDLER (nee Cox), Elizabeth: Arrival in Queensland, Australia
CHANDLER (nee Cox), Elizabeth: Arrival in Queensland, Australia
Elizabeth, her husband Henry and their infant child Martha, arrived aboard the ship "Alfred" on 22 September 1858 after a voyage of around 90 days. This is the report of the ship's arrival as published in the Moreton Bay Courier, Page 2, "Shipping Intelligence" column. 
 
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Charles Wooster: 107?
Charles Wooster: 107?
Did Charles really live to be 107 years young. Read this press report. 
 
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Chateau de Montreuil, Pas de Calais, France
Chateau de Montreuil, Pas de Calais, France
After her death in 1978, Mary Wooster (aka Marie Cécile von Springer), bequeathed to the town of Montreuil-sur-Mer, the 14 bedroom annex to L'hôtel Acary, which is now a hotel and restaurant known as the Chateau de Montreuil.  
 
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Chavenage House, Nr Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
Chavenage House, Nr Tetbury, Gloucestershire.
This photograph, taken in 1960, is of Chavenage House, just outside Tetbury. It is where Ada Annie Cleaver worked as a Domestic Servant at the time of the 1911 census. Ada was 15 years old at the time. 
 
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CHEF, Salem c.1895-c.1966
CHEF, Salem c.1895-c.1966
The larger photograph to the left is of Salem Chef, date unknown. Top right in colour, is Salem's first wife Elizabeth Maud Law. Elizabeth died in the first quarter of 1925 when she was only 24. Her son Salem (jnr) was born in February 1925, so perhaps these events were connected.
The photograph at bottom right, is of Salem and his second wife, Lily Williams (nee Jones). I have been advised by another family member that this photo was probably taken in the 1960's. 
 
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Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England: Looking towards High Street
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England: Looking towards High Street
 
 
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Chester, Cheshire, England: Chester Cathedral
Chester, Cheshire, England: Chester Cathedral
 
 
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CHIDGEY, Caroline: Bastardy hearing v. John Shapland
CHIDGEY, Caroline: Bastardy hearing v. John Shapland
This report was published in the Western Times newspaper on 22 May 1868 
 
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Chippenham, Wiltshire, England: The Wesleyan Chapel
Chippenham, Wiltshire, England: The Wesleyan Chapel
Built in 1851 to seat around 350 persons, it ceased to be a church around 1909 and is now in private hands. 
 
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Christening Record: DIBLE, James 18571115
Christening Record: DIBLE, James 18571115
 
 
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Christening Record: DIBLE, James Henry 18930401
Christening Record: DIBLE, James Henry 18930401
 
 
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Christening Record: RICKETTS, Alice, Eliza and Rosina 18771222/3
Christening Record: RICKETTS, Alice, Eliza and Rosina 18771222/3
 
 
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Christening Record: THOMAS, Martha Sophia 18770107
Christening Record: THOMAS, Martha Sophia 18770107
 
 
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Christening Record: THOMAS, William John 18740621
Christening Record: THOMAS, William John 18740621
 
 
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Christening Record: WINTERBOTHAM, William 17631225
Christening Record: WINTERBOTHAM, William 17631225
 
 
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Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England: Market Place, 1918
Cirencester, Gloucestershire, England: Market Place, 1918
 
 
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City of London Crematorium and Cemetery
City of London Crematorium and Cemetery
The City of London Cemetery and Crematorium is located in the north east of London. It is the largest such municipal facility in the UK and probably in Europe. The cemetery is located on the east side of Aldersbrook Road, in Manor Park, in the London Borough of Newham, near Epping Forest. It has two entrances, the Main Gate, which is located close to the junction of Forest Drive and the Alderbrooks Road. There is a small gate on the junction with Rabbits Road, called the South Gate.

In 1849 William J. Haywood, Chief Engineer of the City of London Commissioners of Sewers, reported on the condition of the city's churchyards and their health risks. The Commissioners were responsible for public hygiene and sanitation and were in effect also the burial board for the City of London, due to an Act of Parliament in 1852. The commissioners directed that a cemetery be built for the city's 106 parishes, to replace intramural interment (burial within the confines of a parish). The task was taken up by William Haywood and Dr John Simon.

In 1853 this led to the purchase of land owned by Lord Wellesley. The 200 acres (0.81 square kilometres) of land suited the construction of the cemetery because it was accessible (only 7 miles (11 km) to the centre of the City of London), had attractive planting and porous, gravelly, well drained soil. This former farm land was sold to the Corporation for £30,721 and the cemetery was founded in 1854. It was laid out in 1855 by William Haywood, who designated 89 acres (360,000 m2) for burial but also reserved land for plots sold in perpetuity, buildings, landscaping and roads. He was helped by landscape gardener Robert Davidson. In selecting planting, Haywood and Simon were guided by John Claudius Loudon's On the Laying Out, Planting, and Managing of Cemeteries (1843). The total cost is estimated at over £45,000, which is approximately £26,000 more than originally planned.

The first interment was on 24 June 1856, although the cemetery was not consecrated until November 1857, due to legal difficulties (which were solved in the Burial Acts Amendment Bill). It is estimated that in 1858 around 2,700 interments took place and more than 500,000 since then. 
 
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City of London, England: All Hallows the Great Church (c.1821)
City of London, England: All Hallows the Great Church (c.1821)
See this Wikipedia article for more information
 
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Claim on the Estate of George de Rusett (aka Quigley) by John Rose Brandon
Claim on the Estate of George de Rusett (aka Quigley) by John Rose Brandon
Published in the Brisbane Courier (and others) on 10 Jun 1871. The original can be seen here
 
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CLEAVER, Ada Louise
CLEAVER, Ada Louise
 
 
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CLEAVER, Alfred and spouse, BASSETT, Matilda
CLEAVER, Alfred and spouse, BASSETT, Matilda
 
 
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CLEAVER, Alice Emilie
CLEAVER, Alice Emilie
 
 
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CLEAVER, Alice Emilie and Spouse Jan Breurkes
CLEAVER, Alice Emilie and Spouse Jan Breurkes
 
 
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CLEAVER, Cyril Morrison (Private)
CLEAVER, Cyril Morrison (Private)
This the WW1 Medal Card of Cyril who was Killed In Action in 1916 
 
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CLEAVER, David (1865-1937)
CLEAVER, David (1865-1937)
 
 
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CLEAVER, Edward (Private)
CLEAVER, Edward (Private)
This is a photograph of the inscription on the Menin Gate, in Ypres, Belgium. It remembers Edward who died in the Ypres Salient during WW1 and has no known grave 
 
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CLEAVER, Edward (Private): Medal Card, WW1
CLEAVER, Edward (Private): Medal Card, WW1
This is a scan of the WW1 medal card showing Edward's entitlement to medals. 
 
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CLEAVER, Emilie Delphine (nee, le Doux) and daughter, Geertruida Cleaver.
CLEAVER, Emilie Delphine (nee, le Doux) and daughter, Geertruida Cleaver.
 
 
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CLEAVER, Emily Ann 1872-1952
CLEAVER, Emily Ann 1872-1952
Taken in Canada, this photograph is of Emily Ann Snell (nee Cleaver). My guess would be that this photograph was taken around 1925. If you know better, please get in touch! 
 
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CLEAVER, Frederick Robert with his wife Jane Esther.
CLEAVER, Frederick Robert with his wife Jane Esther.
This photograph was taken in Gosport, Hampshire 
 
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CLEAVER, Greta Joy (1931-1996)
CLEAVER, Greta Joy (1931-1996)
 
 
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CLEAVER, Isaac (1860-1938)
CLEAVER, Isaac (1860-1938)
 
 
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CLEAVER, Jack Stanley (1920-1950)
CLEAVER, Jack Stanley (1920-1950)
This photograph taken around 1940 (WW2) 
 
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CLEAVER, James
CLEAVER, James
 
 
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CLEAVER, James
CLEAVER, James
 
 
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CLEAVER, Leonard Harry (Right Honorable): 1909-1993
CLEAVER, Leonard Harry (Right Honorable): 1909-1993
 
 
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CLEAVER, Llewellyn
CLEAVER, Llewellyn
This is a photo of Llewellyn taken when he was a chauffeur to the British Ambassador in The Hague, Holland. 
 
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CLEAVER, Llewellyn
CLEAVER, Llewellyn
 
 
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CLEAVER, Llewellyn and spouse Kate Bridget
CLEAVER, Llewellyn and spouse Kate Bridget
 
 
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CLEAVER, Llewellyn: Convict Record
CLEAVER, Llewellyn: Convict Record
This document is a copy of Llewellyn's Convict Record. 
 
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CLEAVER, LLewellyn: Transportation Document
CLEAVER, LLewellyn: Transportation Document
Llewellyn Cleaver was tried on 4 January 1842 at Devizes Assizes in Wiltshire, England and found guilty of stealing sheep. He was sentenced to 10 years transportation to Tasmania, Australia. This is a copy of his transportation document. 
 
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CLEAVER, Mathew (1830-1910)
CLEAVER, Mathew (1830-1910)
 
 
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CLEAVER, Matthew (1831-1910) and his wife Mary (nee TEAGLE, 1831-1908)
CLEAVER, Matthew (1831-1910) and his wife Mary (nee TEAGLE, 1831-1908)
 
 
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CLEAVER, Percy
CLEAVER, Percy
Percy, son of Llewellyn Cleaver who emmigrated to Holland around 1885.
 
 
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CLEAVER, Percy
CLEAVER, Percy
 
 
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CLEAVER, Ralph
CLEAVER, Ralph
Ralph Cleaver, son of Alfred George and Matilda Annie (nee Bassett), was born 11 December 1927 in Whiteshill, Gloucestershire, England. He died in 1993. 
 
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CLEAVER, Ralph
CLEAVER, Ralph
This photograph, enlarged from a passport photo, was taken in 1956. His passport describes him as 5ft 6ins with Blue Eyes and Black Hair. His occupation is given as "Musician". 
 
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CLEAVER, Ralph (1927-1993)
CLEAVER, Ralph (1927-1993)
Ralph Cleaver, son of Alfred George and Matilda Annie (Bassett), was born on 11 December 1927 in Whiteshill, Gloucestershire, England.  
 
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CLEAVER, Ralph (1927-1993)
CLEAVER, Ralph (1927-1993)
In Loving Memory of
Ralph Cleaver
Died 26 October 1993
Aged 66 years 
 
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CLEAVER, Robert Job (AKA, Job) 1884-1930
CLEAVER, Robert Job (AKA, Job) 1884-1930
The picture indicates that Robert (often going by his middle name, "Job") was a Sergeant in the RFA. it is unclear whether this refers to the "Royal Fleet Auxillary" or the "Royal Field Artillery" as both were referred to as the "RFA". However, there is a WW1 medal index card for a "Job Cleaver", RFA. If this is our Robert, it suggests that Robert signed up in 1914 and was discharged in 1917 as "medically unfit for service". 
 
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CLEAVER, Victor Llewellyn
CLEAVER, Victor Llewellyn
 
 
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CLEAVER, Victor Robert
CLEAVER, Victor Robert
This delightful photograph was taken when Victor was a young child. 
 
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CLEAVER, Victor Robert
CLEAVER, Victor Robert
 
 
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CLEAVER, Victor with daughter Maureen
CLEAVER, Victor with daughter Maureen
This photograph was taken during the 2nd World War years when Victor was providing accommodation to staff of the War Ministry based at Westonbirt.  
 
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CLEAVER, Violet Agnes: The Family Story
CLEAVER, Violet Agnes: The Family Story
This is the story of Llewellyn Cleaver and his wife, Emilie Le-Doux as told through the words of Violet Agnes Cleaver, their daughter. This story has been transcribed, translated and edited from a cassette tape made by Violet and given to her son Jan Bouman. 
 
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CLEAVER, Violet Eleanor
CLEAVER, Violet Eleanor
This photograph of Violet taken in 1923 
 
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CLEAVER, Violet Eleanor and COUSINS, Ivy (c.1967)
CLEAVER, Violet Eleanor and COUSINS, Ivy (c.1967)
Ivy and Violet were step-sisters. 
 
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CLEAVER, William Alfred (Private)
CLEAVER, William Alfred (Private)
This is a photograph of the inscription on Tyne Cot Memorial in Tyne Cot Cemetery, nr Ypres, Belgium. It remembers William who died in the Ypres Salient during WW1 and has no known grave. 
 
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Clevedon, Somerset England: Seafront and Pier in the 1890's
Clevedon, Somerset England: Seafront and Pier in the 1890's
 
 
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Clevedon, Somerset, England: The Esplanade
Clevedon, Somerset, England: The Esplanade
 
 
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Clipper 'Cutty Sark'
Clipper "Cutty Sark"
On the afternoon of Monday 22 November 1869, a beautiful little clipper ship of 963 tons gross was launched at Dumbarton on the River Leven. On that day, she was given a name that was to become renowned throughout the seafaring world.
Strictly speaking, the Cutty Sark was a working cargo ship, certainly not an immigrant passenger ship. She endured high seas and heavy weather, from 1869 until 1922. She has travelled across the world, sailing under both the Red Ensign and the Portuguese flag, visiting every major port in the world through the course of her working life. In admiration of her beauty and in recognition of her fame, she was preserved for the nation by Captain Wilfred Dowman in 1922. Since then, the old clipper has been berthed in Falmouth and Greenhithe, finally arriving at her current resting place in Greenwich in 1954.
Now preserved as a major London tourist attraction, her full story can be enjoyed at the Royal Museums of Greenwich Cutty Sark Exhibit, or by following this link
 
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Clipper 'Parramatta' (1879)
Clipper "Parramatta" (1879)
Parramatta was built in 1866 by James Laing in Sutherland, England for Devitt and Moore's passenger trade run to Sydney, Australia. The ship measured 231 feet in length and 1,521 tons. The ship was one of the wool fleet from 1875-1876, going from Sydney to London in 79 days. Captain J. Swanson commanded the ship until 1874, when Captain Goddard took over until the ship’s sale in 1888 to J. Simonsen of Norway. In January 1898, Parramatta sailed from Galveston, TX headed for King's Lynn, Norfolk, England and disappeared along the way.
Parramatta was a Blackwall frigate. Blackwall frigates were three-masted merchant ships originally built to replace British East Indiamen in the trade between England and India. However, many Blackwell frigates, including Paramatta, became active in the trade between England and Australia. It was the second fastest of the Blackwall frigates after the Tweed. The picture shows Parramatta off Sydney Heads, Australia with a view of the coastline in the background. A small flight of steps and some women can be seen on deck. The presence of women is indicative of the Parramatta as a passenger ship, as a group of women would likely not have been on a trading voyage.
Other details about the ship include the use of davits to hold up the lifeboats, where earlier they would have been merely tied to ropes and lowered over the side. Leather strips called "brails" used to shorten the sails can be seen running across the sails, and the flags on the lifeboat match the house flag located on the mainmast.
This picture (painted in 1879) is a clip of an original painting by the Artist Frederick Tudgay (1841-1921) who was the youngest in a family of marine artists.
(Acknowledgements: The National Museum of American History) 
 
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Cockington Church, Devonshire, England in the 1890s
Cockington Church, Devonshire, England in the 1890s
 
 
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Cockington Forge, Devonshire, England around 1890
Cockington Forge, Devonshire, England around 1890
 
 
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Cockington Village, Devonshire, England
Cockington Village, Devonshire, England
 
 
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COLBOURNE, William, Alexander and John
COLBOURNE, William, Alexander and John
 
 
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Cork, Ireland: Street Scene From ca.1902
Cork, Ireland: Street Scene From ca.1902
 
 
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Cotswold Wool and the History of the Hunt & Winterbotham Mill.
Cotswold Wool and the History of the Hunt & Winterbotham Mill.
A brief outline of the wool industry in the Cotswolds, England, along with the History of the Hunt & Winterbotham Mill at Cam, Gloucestershire. 
 
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Counties of Britain
Counties of Britain
Ever wondered what a Tythe is, or perhaps a parish? This article puts everything in it's place and fills in all those unknown, and often rarely used facts about the administrative workings of Britain. 
 
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County Court Hearing in Axminster, Devonshire
County Court Hearing in Axminster, Devonshire
 
 
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COUSINS, Ivy (left) with half-sister CLEAVER, Violet and HOY George (Ivy's husband) (c.1967)
COUSINS, Ivy (left) with half-sister CLEAVER, Violet and HOY George (Ivy's husband) (c.1967)
 
 
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COVERLY, Violet Ruth (Wife of Francis Bricknell)
COVERLY, Violet Ruth (Wife of Francis Bricknell)
 
 
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COWARD, Edwin (1865-1904)
COWARD, Edwin (1865-1904)


The Monument Inscription reads....

In Loving Memory of
HANNAH HEY
WHO DIED AUGUST 2ND 1890
IN HER 80TH YEAR

ALSO OF EDWIN COWARD, SON OF
Wm AND MARY ANN COWARD
WHO WAS LOST AT SEA, OCTOBER
7TH 1904, AGED 39 YEARS.

ALSO OF BESSIE
WIFE OF THE ABOVE
WHO DIED AT SALCOMBE. NOVEMBER
15TH 1902, AGED 34 YEARS.

ALSO OF POLLIE
DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE NAMED
Wm AND MARY ANN COWARD,
WHO DIED JANUARY 4TH 1905
AGED 32 YEARS

ALSO OF MARY ANN
THE BELOVED WIFE OF WILLIAM COWARD
WHO DIED AUGUST 8TH 1909
AGED 78 YEARS

ALSO OF THE ABOVE WILLIAM COWARD
WHO DIED APRIL 16TH 1911, AGED 83 YEARS
AT REST

ALSO EMMA HORSTEAD
DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM AND M.A. COWARD
BORN JAN. 16TH 1863. DIED FEBY 11 1929

 
 
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COWARD, Eliza Ann (1824-1855) & FISH, Joseph (1822-1874)
COWARD, Eliza Ann (1824-1855) & FISH, Joseph (1822-1874)


The Monument Inscription reads....

IN
MEMORY
OF
ELIZA ANN, WIFE OF JOSEPH FISH
OF THIS TOWN WHO DIED APRIL 29TH
1855 AGED 30 YEARS.
Affliction sore long time she bore
Physicians skill was all in vain
But god did Please that death should seize
And free her from her Pain.
IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF
GEORGE WILLIAM FISH
THE BELOVED SON OF THE ABOVE WHO WAS
DROWNED OFF PECKFIELD, SUFFOLK
FEBRUARY 10TH 1871 AGED 18 YEARS
AND WAS INTERRED AT LOWESTOFT
FEBRUARY 15TH 1871.
ALSO JOSEPH FISH
WHO DIED DECEMBER 8TH 1874
AGED 52 YEARS.
RESPECTED IN LIFE AND LAMENTED
IN DEATH.
ALSO JOSEPH HENRY FISH
WHO WAS DROWNED NOV 26TH 1883
AGED 30 YEARS.
ALSO ELLEN, BELOVED WIFE OF
THE ABOVE NAMED JOSEPH FISH
WHO DIED AUG 26TH 1915
AGED 80 YEARS.
UNTIL THE DAY DAWNS

 
 
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COWLING (née HART), Eunice Lilian Irene: Headstone
COWLING (née HART), Eunice Lilian Irene: Headstone
 
 
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COWLING, Frederick and Mabel (née BOVEY): Headstone
COWLING, Frederick and Mabel (née BOVEY): Headstone
 
 
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COX (nee KNIGHT), Maud Frances
COX (nee KNIGHT), Maud Frances
Status: Located;  
 
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COX brothers, James and Edwin
COX brothers, James and Edwin
This photograph of the Cox brothers, James (left and top) and Edwin, was probably taken between 1916 and 1918 as Edwin had already reached the rank of Sargeant in the Canadian Over-seas Expeditionary Force.

As can be seen, James was a sailor and at the time this photograph was taken, he was serving aboard HMS Challenger 
 
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COX [MONGER], Sarah
COX [MONGER], Sarah
Married in Avening, Gloucestershire, Sarah and husband William Monger arrived in Melbourne, Australia in 1839. William became a successful and prolific builder. 
 

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