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HORDERN (nee MONGER), Cecilia with her daughter Ann HORDERN
HORDERN (nee MONGER), Cecilia with her daughter Ann HORDERN
 
 
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HORDERN, Doris Amelia (1889-1970)
HORDERN, Doris Amelia (1889-1970)
Born in 1889, Doris was the daughter of Lebbeus and Louisa Hordern. 
 
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HORDERN, Lebbeus (1865-1931)
HORDERN, Lebbeus (1865-1931)
 
 
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HORDERN, Mabel, Doris, Louisa (nee Smith), Gwyneth (Molly) and Marjorie
HORDERN, Mabel, Doris, Louisa (nee Smith), Gwyneth (Molly) and Marjorie
Louisa (centre), is the wife of Lebbeus Hordern. Bruce is the only child missing from this picture. 
 
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HORDERN, Marjorie, Bruce and Gwyneth (Molly)
HORDERN, Marjorie, Bruce and Gwyneth (Molly)
The are the 3 youngest children of Lebbeus and Louisa Hordern 
 
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HORDERN, William (1831-1881)
HORDERN, William (1831-1881)
 
 
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HOSKER, Irene Helena
HOSKER, Irene Helena
This photo was taken when Irene was aged 15 
 
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Hotel 'Harp of Erin', Mulla Culla, Nr Menindee, NSW, Australia (c.1897-1898)
Hotel "Harp of Erin", Mulla Culla, Nr Menindee, NSW, Australia (c.1897-1898)
On the back of this photo is the following message from Annie Elsie Hughes.
"The Hotel "Harp of Erin" was on the bank of the River Darling down river from Menindee which is 69 miles from Broken Hill N.S.W. - was owned by my father, Charles Robert Raven when this picture was taken."
(In the original, full-size image, the name "Charles R Raven" can clearly be seen on the board on the roof of the building. Before Charles owned this property, it was licensed in 1896 to Charles' father, Matthew Charles Raven. See NSW Publicans Licenses - Ed) 
 
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HOWES, Charlotte Mary Ann (left) and her mother, FRIDENRY, Charlotte Louise Lewis
HOWES, Charlotte Mary Ann (left) and her mother, FRIDENRY, Charlotte Louise Lewis
 
 
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HUGHES (nee RAVEN), Annie Elsie (1899-1989)
HUGHES (nee RAVEN), Annie Elsie (1899-1989)
 
 
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HUGHES, Helen (1943-2005)
HUGHES, Helen (1943-2005)
 
 
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HUGHES, Paul Michael (1892-1953)
HUGHES, Paul Michael (1892-1953)
 
 
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HUNTER, Earnest William Albert and spouse Ethel Symonds
HUNTER, Earnest William Albert and spouse Ethel Symonds
This photograph of Earnest and Ethel was taken in 1946 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia 
 
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HUNTER, Earnest William Albert with son Roderick James Edward
HUNTER, Earnest William Albert with son Roderick James Edward
This photograph of Earnie and Rod was taken around 1944 
 
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HUNTER, James Henry and spouse Frances Baron
HUNTER, James Henry and spouse Frances Baron
This photograph of James and Frances was taken c.1939, 12 years after their son Earnest had emmigrated to Australia 
 
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HUNTER, John
HUNTER, John
 
 
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HUNTER, Roderick James Edward
HUNTER, Roderick James Edward
This photograph of Earnest's son Roderick, was taken in 1958 
 
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HUTCHINSON (née MONGER), Eliza
HUTCHINSON (née MONGER), Eliza
 
 
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HUTCHINSON, Frederick (1833-1872)
HUTCHINSON, Frederick (1833-1872)
 
 
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Ickworth Hall, Nr Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Ickworth Hall, Nr Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
The building of Ickworth House started in 1795. Built as a rotunda, it was the brainchild of the famously eccentric 4th Earl of Bristol and Bishop of Derry, Frederick Hervey. It was home to the Hervey family for over 200 years before being gifted to The National Trust in 1956.
The house is surrounded by an Italianate garden whilst the grounds of 1800 acres were, in part, laid out by 'Capability' Brown.
One wing of the house in now leased by the National Trust to a hotel chain. 
 
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Immigrant ship 'Captain Cook' in Wellington Harbour, 1952-1955
Immigrant ship "Captain Cook" in Wellington Harbour, 1952-1955
The steam ship Captain Cook, owned by the New Zealand Government and used between 1952 and 1955 to bring British migrants to New Zealand. Photograph taken in Wellington Harbour. 
 
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JONES, Mary
JONES, Mary
This photograph is a restored version of an original provided by a great grand-daughter 
 
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JONES, Thomas and Eliza (nee BISHOP)
JONES, Thomas and Eliza (nee BISHOP)
 
 
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JONES, William Arthur: Place of Birth
JONES, William Arthur: Place of Birth
 
 
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KEESING, Leon c.1933
KEESING, Leon c.1933
This photo has been extracted from Leon's "Declaration of Intent" to become a Naturalised US citizen. 
 
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KENDALL, John Dennis and his Family
KENDALL, John Dennis and his Family
This photograph may have been taken around mid 1916. An enlargement indicates that Irene Kendall (front row), is holding a photograph of a sailor. Although the person in the photograph cannot be identified, it could be Nicholas Percy Kendall. Nicholas was lost at sea on 31 May 1916 when his ship, HMS Indefatigable, was sunk during the Battle of Jutland. Nicholas and Irene were 2nd cousins and Irene looks to be about the right age. 
 
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KENDALL, Samuel Nicholas (1891-1962)
KENDALL, Samuel Nicholas (1891-1962)
 
 
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KENDALL, William Henry and spouse GEARSIDE, Amy Emily
KENDALL, William Henry and spouse GEARSIDE, Amy Emily
 
 
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KENDALL, William Henry and spouse SKELTON, Sarah Jane
KENDALL, William Henry and spouse SKELTON, Sarah Jane
This photograph was probably taken on the occasion of William and Sarah's Golden Wedding Anniversary in 1915. 
 
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KINGHAM, John and his spouse STICKNEY, Abbie
KINGHAM, John and his spouse STICKNEY, Abbie
 
 
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KNIGHT [Cox], Maud Francis and children.
KNIGHT [Cox], Maud Francis and children.
This photograph taken around 1921, shows Maud Cox with 4 of her children, (L to R) Ethel, Stanley, Edna and infant William. 
 
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L'hôtel Acary de la Riviêre
L'hôtel Acary de la Riviêre
This Villa, built by Field Marshall Viscount Henri Dominique Acary de la Riviera (a resident of Montreuil) in 1818, was described as one of the most delightful residences in Montreuil. It was bought by Baron Eugene Fould-Springer in 1928 and after his death in 1929, his wife Mary (Marie) continued to live there, re-marrying to Frank Wooster in 1933. The Mansion was bequeathed to the city on 9 November 1973 by Mary Wooster and after her death in 1978, became "The Franck and Mary Wooster Museum of Hope".

Also bequeathed to the town was 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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Lacock Bakery
Lacock Bakery
The village of Lacock, in the heart of Wiltshire, stands much as it has done for the past 100 years, virtually unchanged with the exception of the arrival of the motor car.

This photograph of the bakery displays a sign outside which proudly says "The Lacock Bakery - Purveyors of Tradional Bakery Products. Est MCMCXII" (That's 1992!) 
 
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LANGABEER Families, (Hover mouse over face to identify individual)
LANGABEER Families, (Hover mouse over face to identify individual)
This photograph, probably taken around the beginning of 1945, shows the "Welcome Home" given to William Harold Langabeer at the end of WW2.In the centre row are William and Hannah Langabeer surrounded by several members of their family.

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LANGABEER, Unknown
LANGABEER, Unknown
 
 
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LARK, Thomasin Bate (1862-1941)
LARK, Thomasin Bate (1862-1941)
 
 
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LAVAL, Quida
LAVAL, Quida
Quida was the wife of Alfred Hutton Wooster, having married him in Burma on 4 June 1902. 
 
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LEACH, Margaret Minnie (1865-1946)
LEACH, Margaret Minnie (1865-1946)
 
 
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LEWIS (nee LINDOP), Sarah (1852)
LEWIS (nee LINDOP), Sarah (1852)
 
 
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LEWIS, Robert John (1851-1936)
LEWIS, Robert John (1851-1936)
 
 
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LEYLAND, Frances (nee DAWSON) (1836-1910)
LEYLAND, Frances (nee DAWSON) (1836-1910)
This portrait was painted by JM Whistler and commissioned by her husband, Frederick Richards Leyland. 
 
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LEYLAND, Frederick Richards (1831-1892)
LEYLAND, Frederick Richards (1831-1892)
This portrait was painted by the artist, JM Whistler, between 1870 and 1873. 
 
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LEYLAND, Frederick Richards (1831-1892)
LEYLAND, Frederick Richards (1831-1892)
Painted in 1879 by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. 
 
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Licensed Victuallers Asylum, Peckham, London
Licensed Victuallers Asylum, Peckham, London
Opened in 1827, The asylum provided for "distressed" members or widows of members. King Edward VII was the patron. 
 
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Lipiany, Poland.
Lipiany, Poland.
Prior to 1945, Lipiany was part of Prussia, occupied by Germany and known as: Lippehne, Brandenburg, Germany 
 
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LLOYD, Horace William (1900-1970)
LLOYD, Horace William (1900-1970)
 
 
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LLOYD, Pamela Mary (1927-1990)
LLOYD, Pamela Mary (1927-1990)
 
 
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LLOYD, William (1931-2006)
LLOYD, William (1931-2006)
 
 
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LÖHR, Marie Kaye Wouldes (1890-1975)
LÖHR, Marie Kaye Wouldes (1890-1975)
This photo of Marie taken in the early 1900's 
 
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LÖHR, Marie Kaye Wouldes (1890-1975)
LÖHR, Marie Kaye Wouldes (1890-1975)
This photo of Marie taken in 1938 
 
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Maidenhead Methodist Church window (1898)
Maidenhead Methodist Church window (1898)
This panel, dated 1898, was given by Charles William Cox, a former (and future) Mayor of Maidenhead, in memory of his mother Sarah, who had died in 1885.  
 
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MAIRE, Amos with his second wife Harriett (née FROST)
MAIRE, Amos with his second wife Harriett (née FROST)
Taken outside his shop in Witheridge arouind 1900, his son William can be seen adjacent to the horse. 
 
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MARMION, Henry Philip
MARMION, Henry Philip
 
 
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MARMION, Thomas Henry
MARMION, Thomas Henry
 
 
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McCARDLE, Eric James and COX, Ethel Edwina
McCARDLE, Eric James and COX, Ethel Edwina
This phototgraph was taken in Kenora, Ontario, on Eric and Ethel's wedding day. 
 
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McDONALD, Walter H.S.
McDONALD, Walter H.S.
 
 
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MERRETT (née PEARCE), Dorcas (1823-1898)
MERRETT (née PEARCE), Dorcas (1823-1898)
 
 
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MERRETT, Amy Elizabeth (1885-1947)
MERRETT, Amy Elizabeth (1885-1947)
 
 
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MERRETT, George Walter (1856-1938)
MERRETT, George Walter (1856-1938)
 
 
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MERRETT, Joel (1822-1898)
MERRETT, Joel (1822-1898)
 
 
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MILLARD, Alice. AKA, Alice CLEAVER
MILLARD, Alice. AKA, Alice CLEAVER
Alice Millard with daughter Elsie on her lap and daughter Lily stood to the right. 
 
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MITCHELL, Annie
MITCHELL, Annie
Annie Mitchell and her sister Ethel, are twin daughters of Thomas Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Stone. Click here to go to the Family Sheet. 
 
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MITCHELL, Annie and Ethel (Twins)
MITCHELL, Annie and Ethel (Twins)
These are the Mitchell twin daughters, born 28-SEP-1901 in Paignton, Devon. They are 2 of Thomas Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Stone's family of 6 daughters and 4 sons. Annie is on the left and Ethel is on the right. Click here to go to the Family Sheet. 
 
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MITCHELL, Clifford and spouse MAGGS, Florence
MITCHELL, Clifford and spouse MAGGS, Florence
 
 
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MITCHELL, David
MITCHELL, David
This photograph confirms David's musical talent at an early age. Here he is (centre), pictured at aged 16 playing in the Barnwood British Legion Band for the church parade on Remembrance Sunday, 1942. 
 
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MITCHELL, David and spouse, HARPER, Josephine
MITCHELL, David and spouse, HARPER, Josephine
This photo was taken on the occasion of David and Josephine's wedding on 22 December 1947 
 
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MITCHELL, David at The Police Training College
MITCHELL, David at The Police Training College
David Mitchell, PC51, Exeter (seen here on the far right of row 2), attended Class 28 at the No. 7 District, Police Training Centre located at Eastwood Park, Falfield, Gloucestershire. He was there for 3 months from October 1947 until December 1947 undertaking his basic training.

On the back of the original photograph are the signatures of the other officers of the same class. They are (order not known): John A Preece (PC34, Glos); Thomas A Brookman (PC38, Bristol); Raymond W Lawson (PC250, Dorset); BWS Week (PC496, Somerset); William H Abbott (PC242, Glos.); Hubert K Hudson (PC384, Glos.); John J Arnold (PC215, Cornwall); HJ Webber (PC171, Cornwall); F Swift (PC82, Bath); RE Dacombe (PC86, Dorset); T Pearl (PC84, Bath City); Victor Brookes (PC493 "The Somerset man from Manchester"); A Cowley (PC232, Wiltshire); Bryan Stonehouse (PC305, Glos.); J Atwell (PC249, Dorset); Alan Thackeray (PC316, Bristol); Gordon S Faulkner (PC247, Dorset). The course leaders where Srgt Kenneth F Cole and Srgt AE Reed. 
 
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MITCHELL, Ethel
MITCHELL, Ethel
Ethel Mitchell and her sister Annie, are twin daughters of Thomas Edward Mitchell and Elizabeth Stone. Click here to go to the Family Sheet. 
 
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MITCHELL, George (1872-1940)
MITCHELL, George (1872-1940)
 
 
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MITCHELL, Gwendoline Joyce (1931-2006)
MITCHELL, Gwendoline Joyce (1931-2006)
 
 
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MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
This photograph was taken whilst Josephine and David were on their Honeymoon in Bournemouth - 1947 
 
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MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
Josephine Mitchell (nee Harper), 1953 
 
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MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
MITCHELL, Josephine (nee Harper)
Josephine Mitchell (nee Harper) c.1973 
 
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MITCHELL, Lilian (Mary), Hubert and Margaret
MITCHELL, Lilian (Mary), Hubert and Margaret
 
 
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