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MITCHELL, Thomas James
MITCHELL, Thomas James
This photograph was taken at Jim's home in Gloucester in November 2006, 3 months before he died 
 
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MONGER (née FUTCHER), Ann
MONGER (née FUTCHER), Ann
 
 
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MONGER Families c.1900, Swansea, Wales
MONGER Families c.1900, Swansea, Wales
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MONGER, Ada Blanche, Florence Emma and Jessie (Jessica) Evelyne
MONGER, Ada Blanche, Florence Emma and Jessie (Jessica) Evelyne
 
 
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MONGER, Albert Ernest (1885-?)
MONGER, Albert Ernest (1885-?)
Albert was the 2nd youngest son of William and Ann (nee Futcher) 
 
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MONGER, Alice and her first husband Harris.jpg
MONGER, Alice and her first husband Harris.jpg
 
 
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MONGER, Cecilia (1834-1914)
MONGER, Cecilia (1834-1914)
Cecilia became the wife of William Hordern in 1892 
 
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MONGER, Cecilia (1834-1914)
MONGER, Cecilia (1834-1914)
Wife to William Hordern 
 
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MONGER, Cedric William and Myrtle May (née PRICE): Commemorative Plaque at Portarlington Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
MONGER, Cedric William and Myrtle May (née PRICE): Commemorative Plaque at Portarlington Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
 
 
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MONGER, Cyril Harvey (b.1893)
MONGER, Cyril Harvey (b.1893)
 
 
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MONGER, Cyril Harvey (b.1893)
MONGER, Cyril Harvey (b.1893)
 
 
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MONGER, Eliza
MONGER, Eliza
 
 
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MONGER, James Edward (1871)
MONGER, James Edward (1871)
 
 
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MONGER, Jessica (1893)
MONGER, Jessica (1893)
 
 
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MONGER, Thomas Cox
MONGER, Thomas Cox
 
 
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MONGER, Thomas Cox (1841-1912)
MONGER, Thomas Cox (1841-1912)
 
 
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MONGER, Thomas Hawthorn and spouse NORMAN, Jane
MONGER, Thomas Hawthorn and spouse NORMAN, Jane
 
 
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MONGER, William (1839-1922)
MONGER, William (1839-1922)
This photograph of William was taken in 1870 at the age of 31 years. 
 
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MONGER/MAXWELL/POWELL: A Family Portrait of 4 Generations
MONGER/MAXWELL/POWELL: A Family Portrait of 4 Generations
Of this photograph, Debbie (pictured centre front) says:

"I found a photograph of four generations of Mongers/Maxwells/Powells. They are top left to right, my great-grandmother Agnes Minnie Monger (nee Maxwell), my grandmother Gillian Jane Powell (Nee Monger), my Great Uncle William Frank Monger, his brother, my great grandfather Lewis Monger, on the left again my cousin Stephen, Franks son, Anita Louise Powell (nee Jones) my mother, my aunt Gillian Jean Parsons (nee Powell) my sister Kay Powell, myself Deborah Maxwell Powell and Michael Parsons my cousin. Tony had not yet been born. It is taken in the garden of the home of Grampa Lewis Monger, with whom my parents lived when I was young. I don't know for sure who the lady sitting down is. She may be my Aunt Vi." 
 
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MOON, Nellie Elizabeth
MOON, Nellie Elizabeth
 
 
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MOORE, Constance Mary (1887 - 1961)
MOORE, Constance Mary (1887 - 1961)
 
 
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MORLEY, Professor Henry (1822-1894)
MORLEY, Professor Henry (1822-1894)
 
 
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Müller's New Orphan House No.3
Müller's New Orphan House No.3
This sketch illustrates the No.3 home as it was following completion in 1862. 
 
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MV Ragitati
MV Ragitati
Owned and operated by the New Zealand Shipping Company 
 
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Newlands Orphanage Homes, Hull
Newlands Orphanage Homes, Hull
In 1837 the Sailors' Orphan Institute was established in Waterhouse, Lane, Hull for the purpose of clothing and educating the fatherless children of sailors and by 1862 the Society had rented a house in Castle Row to provide accommodation for those who could not be looked after at home. This was supplemented in 1867 by the purchase of Thanet House in Park Street, largely made possible by a generous donation of £5,000 from Titus Salt, a Bradford merchant and philanthropist.

The Society's Annual Report for 1893 stated: "We have reached the limit of our accommodation in Park Street. This consideration and the increasing number of children seeking admission has decided the Committee to take a further step. A plot of ground of six acres has been purchased, (with the option of a further quantity) upon which it is intended to erect Cottage Homes." This land known as "Newland" was situated on Cottingham Road and by the beginning of the twentieth century the model village comprised of 12 homes - including Hannah Pickard, Buckston Browne, Francis Reckitt, William Richardson, Titus Salt and Dr Lee - which were named in tribute to the benefactors of the Society.  
 
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NOWELL, Lawrence and father William Nowell (Dodimead)
NOWELL, Lawrence and father William Nowell (Dodimead)
Lawrence Nowell (left), with his father William Nowell, formerly William Dodimead. 
 
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Oak Villa, Caledonia Avenue, Fernwood, British Columbia, Canada
Oak Villa, Caledonia Avenue, Fernwood, British Columbia, Canada
Built in 1890 for St. Barnabas' Church Institute, Anglican Synod of BC, in the name of Rt. Rev. Bishop Hills, Bishop of Columbia, this house became the home of the Miller family between 1899 and 1919.
Two identical houses were built at a cost of $6500 (US). Oak Villa was Heritage-designated in 1977. 
 
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One of William Eggleton's coaches.
One of William Eggleton's coaches.
This coach was part of the fleet belonging to WJ Eggleton of Merton. This one is based on a stretched Ford Model 'T' and was designed to carry 14 passengers. The boy stood to the left (viewable through the windscreen) is Charles Eggleton, son of William, the owner of the Company. 
 
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ORAM, George with spouse STOKES, Harriet. c.1920
ORAM, George with spouse STOKES, Harriet. c.1920
"This photograph is of George and Harriett at "Woodlands" taken in the early 1920's. It shows how tough they had it on their 'Selection', as the land entitlements were called back then. It makes you wonder why they left a fairly comfortable life in London to go to New South Wales, Australia." Text is a clip from an email from Jocelyn Oram, a descendant, received 21 Jul 2007. 
 
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PAGE, Sarah Anne Selfe (1803 - 1866)
PAGE, Sarah Anne Selfe (1803 - 1866)
 
 
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PARTRIDGE, Robert (1890-1945)
PARTRIDGE, Robert (1890-1945)
This photograph is of Robert on his Co-op delivery round. 
 
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PARTRIDGE, Robert (1890-1945)
PARTRIDGE, Robert (1890-1945)
 
 
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PASSMORE, John (1848-)
PASSMORE, John (1848-)
This photograph of John was taken in 1921 when he was about 72. 
 
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PEARCE, Alfred Vick (1837-1907)
PEARCE, Alfred Vick (1837-1907)
 
 
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PEARCE, Frederick George
PEARCE, Frederick George
 
 
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PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
 
 
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PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
 
 
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PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
 
 
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PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna
 
 
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PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna and grand-daughter Jennifer Pearse
PEARSE (née STOKES), Lorna and grand-daughter Jennifer Pearse
 
 
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PEARSE, Ellen Ann (1891-1937)
PEARSE, Ellen Ann (1891-1937)
 
 
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PEARSE, Norman
PEARSE, Norman
Described by daughter Linda as, "His favourite pastime"! 
 
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PEARSE, Norman
PEARSE, Norman
 
 
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PEARSE, Norman and Lorna with daughter-in-law Frances (née Wells)
PEARSE, Norman and Lorna with daughter-in-law Frances (née Wells)
Taken on the occasion of Steven Wooster's christening in July 1982 
 
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PEARSE, Norman and wife, STOKES, Lorna
PEARSE, Norman and wife, STOKES, Lorna
Taken in 1974 on the occasion of their niece's wedding, in Saffron Walden, Essex. 
 
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PEARSE, Norman Henry
PEARSE, Norman Henry
 
 
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PEARSE, Norman Henry (1922-1990)
PEARSE, Norman Henry (1922-1990)
 
 
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PEARSE, Norman Henry: Paris
PEARSE, Norman Henry: Paris
 
 
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PEARSE, Norman Henry: Taking exercise in the garden!
PEARSE, Norman Henry: Taking exercise in the garden!
 
 
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PEARSE, Reginald Albert Luke (1924-2005)
PEARSE, Reginald Albert Luke (1924-2005)
According to son Nic, this photo was taken in Canada during Reginald's "later years". 
 
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PITHER, Ann (1866-1945)
PITHER, Ann (1866-1945)
 
 
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Plaque on wall of Broken Hill Cemetery, Broken Hill, NSW, Australia
Plaque on wall of Broken Hill Cemetery, Broken Hill, NSW, Australia
 
 
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POPE (nee TRETHEWEY), Jane (1856-1921)
POPE (nee TRETHEWEY), Jane (1856-1921)
 
 
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Port Mill, Brimscombe, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, England
Port Mill, Brimscombe, near Stroud, Gloucestershire, England
This mill replaced the original building in 1811 and was built for the processing of Grist. It was later used as a cloth mill. It was located adjacent to Brimscombe Port but this has since been filled in and nowadays is a car park for surrounding commercial premises. 
 
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Port of Hull Sailor's Orphanage: Badge or Button
Port of Hull Sailor's Orphanage: Badge or Button
This artifact was discovered by someone with a metal detector. It is unsure whether it is a badge or a button because residents of the original orphanage in Park Street, Hull, wore a uniform, not unlike a sailor's uniform. 
 
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POWELL, Dolly, Mabel and Gertie
POWELL, Dolly, Mabel and Gertie
This is a photograph of 3 of the daughters of Albert Powell and Emma Theophilus. The submitter of this photograph says this:
"On the reverse of the photo - Dolly in middle Mabel & Gertie. The name Violet was written under the name Dolly and crossed out. The name Gertie is in the same ink as the crossed out Violet." 
 
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POWELL, Willam and spouse MONGER, Gillian
POWELL, Willam and spouse MONGER, Gillian
 
 
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POWELL, William Frank c.1947
POWELL, William Frank c.1947
This is a photograph of William when he was the organist of St Nicholas Church, Townhill, Swansea. He subsequently became organist and choirmaster of St Teilo's, Anglican Church of Wales, Caereithin, Swansea, where he served for forty years, until his death in 2010. 
 
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POWELL, William Thomas (1905-1976)
POWELL, William Thomas (1905-1976)
This photograph of William was taken when he was a military dispatch rider. It is believed that it was taken when he was serving in Belfast. Date is unknown. 
 
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Poyntz Cottage (formerly listed as general shop with cottage adjoining, Gay Street, Mells, SOM
Poyntz Cottage (formerly listed as general shop with cottage adjoining, Gay Street, Mells, SOM
 
 
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Poyntz House, Mells, Somerset
Poyntz House, Mells, Somerset
This house, which was available to rent in 2012, was described by the letting agent as:

6 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
Large kitchen/reception rom with Aga
2 further reception rooms
Utility room and walk in pantry
Large garden and orchard
Driveway parking and single garage
Unfurnished
Paddock by separate negotiation 
 
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PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
This photograph was taken presumably by Amy Preston, in Canada, and has the following inscription on the back: "Harry first long suit. Put soap on his hair to stick it down" 
 
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PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
This photograph was taken in the mid-1930's in Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada. On the back it has the stamp; "Victory Photo Service, 226 Yonge St. Toronto". 
 
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PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
PRESTON, Harry Thomas (1914-1990)
This photograph was taken by Harry's son Roger, in their home in Nairobi, Kenya, around 1956. Harry had a job with the Post Office there. 
 
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PRINSEP, Valentine Cameron
PRINSEP, Valentine Cameron
Val Prinsep, playing the role of Henry VIII in September 1874 
 
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PRITCHARD, Mya Alicia (2010)
PRITCHARD, Mya Alicia (2010)
This photo of Mya was taken shortly after her birth on 31 AUG 2010. 
 
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QUIGLEY (Alias - de Rusett), George Harris (1798-1861)
QUIGLEY (Alias - de Rusett), George Harris (1798-1861)
 
 
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RACKLIFF, Walter James and wife Irene (née HOSKER)
RACKLIFF, Walter James and wife Irene (née HOSKER)
 
 
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Railway Cottage, Mustard Lane/Pound Lane, Woodley, Berkshire, England
Railway Cottage, Mustard Lane/Pound Lane, Woodley, Berkshire, England
This cottage was the family home of James and Hannah Eggleton for over 20 years (Source: censuses 1881-1901). This photograph was probably taken around 1880. In the centre, by the front door, can be seen a Salvo Tricycle.

The owner of the original photo says:

"Left to right:
Not sure which son is on the left, he could be Thomas or Charles.
James Eggleton
Hanna Englefield
Sarah Hanna Eggleton (?)
Rhoda Watson Hawkins
George Eggleton"
 
 
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RAVEN (nee HUTCHENS), Clementina (1874-1914)
RAVEN (nee HUTCHENS), Clementina (1874-1914)
 
 
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RAVEN, Charles Robert (1870-1929)
RAVEN, Charles Robert (1870-1929)
 
 
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RAVEN, Matthew Benjamin (aka., Ben) (1901-1978)
RAVEN, Matthew Benjamin (aka., Ben) (1901-1978)
 
 
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RAVEN, Matthew Charles (1844-1901) with spouse COX, Martha (1848-1931)
RAVEN, Matthew Charles (1844-1901) with spouse COX, Martha (1848-1931)
 
 

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