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John C. Lavender (1827 - 1892) was born in 1827 in England United Kingdom. He died in 1892 in Johnstown, Fulton County, New York at 65 years old.
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The 1909 / 1910 Gainsborough Trinity Football (soccer) Club with member Ernest Augustus Mettam.
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So adorable! I hope someone recognizes the name and location in their family tree.
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Such a dignified man! When was the last time you read a newspaper in the yard wearing a full suit?
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Cute! This boy either has his game face on or is a bit unhappy. Remember this old football equipment?
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The hat, bow tie, cigar & smile - love it!
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People posing with The Statue Of Liberty face before she was constructed. It is unclear if this photo was taken in France or the US.
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So cute!! The smile, outfit, pet & hat.
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A more candid photo of Charlie Chaplin taken in 1915
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Happy group of friends taken for the Chico High School yearbook in 1938 California.
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So cute!
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Preparing for the Fourth of July, this young girl has an arm full of fireworks and an American flag. This snapshot of a young patriot girl was taken in 1906.
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You have to love that hat! Probably taken in the late 1940s?
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Patrick Joyce (1878 - 1902) was born in 1878. He died on December 9, 1902 at 24 years of age.
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What a motorcycle!
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What a camera - when do you think this was taken?
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