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A photo of Pamela Colman Smith
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Pamela Colman Smith
Feb 16, 1878 - Sep 18, 1951
A photo of Amelia (Perry) Hewitt with her family outside of her shop. Local historian "Paul Gibson" (paul-gibson.com) tells me that Amelia was listed as a beer retailer at 27 Finsbury Street in Hull, in 1913. This could be the very shop recorded in the listings. This is not my original photograph, so this is the best quality scan I have I'm afraid.
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Amelia (Perry) Hewitt
Oct 16, 1878 - 1955
A photo of James Leveson.
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James Leveson
Apr 19, 1888 - 1963
A photo of Nora (Leveson) Blumberg. Taken at Wreathall & Wright (Seaman's Studios).
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Nora (Leveson) Blumberg
Nov 26, 1900 - Jun 14, 1991
A photo of Leslie Coultish.
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Leslie Coultish
Dec 6, 1900 - 1972
A photo of Violet (Leveson) Coultish.
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Violet (Leveson) Coultish
Sep 8, 1898 - 1969
A photo of Violet (Leveson) Coultish.
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Violet (Leveson) Coultish
Sep 8, 1898 - 1969
A photo of Violet (Leveson) Coultish. ..."Yours Sincerely, Violet"...
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Violet (Leveson) Coultish
Sep 8, 1898 - 1969
A photo of Leslie Coultish, his wife Violet and (assumed) their child.
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Violet (Leveson) Coultish
Sep 8, 1898 - 1969
A photo of Violet (Leveson) Coultish. ..."Yours sincerely, Violet"... Taken by J.J. Payne of 105 Anlaby Road, Hull.
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Violet (Leveson) Coultish
Sep 8, 1898 - 1969
A photo of Jack Leveson.
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Jack Leveson
Dec 6, 1916 - 1950
A photo of Jack Leveson. Taken at Seaman's Studios.
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Jack Leveson
Dec 6, 1916 - 1950
A photo of Rita Leveson and her children with their paternal Grandparents, Ernest & Muriel. Ken (Rita's husband) is most likely taking the photograph.
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A photo of Charlotte Hogarth, John Leveson and their children. Children are most likely Jack (b.1916) and Lottie (b.1915).
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Charlotte (Hogarth) Leveson
Dec 22, 1894 - 1975
Family group photo including Eliza Danby & Thomas Brankling, Muriel V Cooke & Ernest Brankling with baby Charles and Isabel M Evans & I think (most likely) Charles Cooke.
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A photo of Eliza (Danby) Brankling.
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Eliza (Danby) Brankling
Sep 11, 1871 - Apr 24, 1949
A photo of Eliza (Danby) Brankling.
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Eliza (Danby) Brankling
Sep 11, 1871 - Apr 24, 1949
A photo of Ernest Brankling & his wife Muriel.
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A photo of Ernest Brankling.
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A photo of Kenneth, wife Rita and two children.
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Kenneth Brankling
Jan 22, 1934 - 2007
Hull, England, United Kingdom
A photo of Ernest Brankling with his wife Muriel. Could be Thornwick Bay, can just about see some text on the A-board that looks like it says "Thornwick".
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A photo of Kenneth Brankling with his parents, Ernest and Muriel, and his daughter.
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Kenneth Brankling
Jan 22, 1934 - 2007
Hull, England, United Kingdom
A photo of Elizabeth (Chandler) Dawes
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A photo of William Charles Tame 1870-1917. WCT was my Grandfather, fought in the South African war and later in WW1. He died whilst in France and is buried at Rocklincourt Military Cemetery, Arras France
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William Charles Tame
1870 - Jul 29, 1917
A photo of Mary Ann (Newby) Ashenden and her dog. This photo was found at a Texas antique store with other photos of the Ashenden family of Massachusetts. This photo was probably taken in England.
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Mary Ann (Newby) Ashenden
1840 - July 1913
A photo of Thomas and Mary Ashenden with their car. Found at a Texas antique store with other photos of the Ashenden family of Massachusetts. Written on the back "Uncle Tom Newby + Aunt Mary + their car". This photo was probably taken in England
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Thomas Comfort Ashenden
Born: Oct 6, 1838
Thomas Renton was architect and surveyor to Christ's Hospital School.
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Thomas Borrowman Renton
Apr 12, 1816 - Mar 3, 1878
Taken on the door step of Myrtle Road Dudley about 1953 my dad's starting to show signs of Huntingdon's
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A photo of Jean Elizabeth Williams - My mum on the family horse
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Jean Elizabeth (Williams ) Mcmonagle
Oct 21, 1927 - May 25, 2019
A photo of Phoebe (Irvin) Kerr - My gt Grandmother
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C. Herbert Photographer 3 Horse Fair Banbury Oxfordshire England
Photographer M. & Madame Barat The Green. Banbury Oxfordshire England
Photographer M. & Madame Barat. The Green, Banbury Oxfordshire England
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A photo of an unknown woman, probably from the Inskipp or Noakes family of Sussex. C.T. Newcombe Photographer, Hastings Sussex England
A photo of an unknown lady taken in Chichester Sussex England around 1863. Photographer: Russell and Sons. 65 East Street Chichester Sussex. Patronized by The Prince of Wales. Honorable Mention International Exhibition 1862. Could belong to the Inskipp or Noakes family of Sussex.
This undated photo provided by the Smith family shows four of the five Smith brothers, who were killed during World War I, pose for a photo in Barnard Castle, England. Clockwise from bottom left, John W Stout, Alfred, George Henry and Frederick. Queen Mary, wife of King George V, heard about the sacrifice of the brothers and intervened to send the sixth, Willie, home. Robert 22, died first, in September 1916. George Henry, 26, died less than two months later. Frederick, 21, died in July 1917, while the eldest, 37-year-old John William Stout — who had their mother’s maiden name because she was not yet married when he was born — died in October 1917. The fifth son, Alfred, died in July 1918. The mother’s grief was apparently more than the vicar’s wife could bear. She wrote to Queen Mary about the deaths of Margaret’s five sons and how she had a sixth son still at war. Although he suffered from the effects of being gassed, once home, Willie worked as a chimney sweep and a stone mason. "Saving Private Smith"
Albert Edward Fey of Bermondsey, UK. He served in the 9th (Machine Gun) Battalion Royal Naval Division during WWI. He is pictured with his wife Ellen Elliston, their son Albert Edward junior and their daughters Florence and Ethel. Albert Edward Fey married Ellen Sarah Elliston in 1907 when they were both 23. World War One era family grouping
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A photo of Ethel Fey, daughter of Albert Edward Fey of Bermondsey, UK., dressed up in Daddy's World War One uniform She is dressed in those parts of his uniform she could manage. He served in the 9th (Machine Gun) Battalion Royal Naval Division during WWI.
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Dad's best and most favorite, a TR-3. After the arrival of child #3, it was sold. Helping daddy wash the car.
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Harley Earl Jeans
Apr 20, 1928 - Jan 20, 1977
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