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Charles Clare (1849 - 1904)
Charles Clare (1849 - 1904)
My wife's great grandfather was born, married and died in Cambridge. He was a cook. 
 
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Charles Clare (1884 - 1920)
Charles Clare (1884 - 1920)
My wife's grandfather was born in Cambridge, lived there all his life before dying at the relatively young age of 36. 
 
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Cheeky squirrel
Cheeky squirrel
The imposter after my Ritz Crackers ! 
 
104
Cheers !
Cheers !
A drink to celebrate 
 
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Chessington Court celebrations 1945
Chessington Court celebrations 1945
At the end of WW2 Chessington Court residents celebrate 
 
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Chessington Court Farm
Chessington Court Farm
This is an article about Chessington Court Farm 
 
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Chessington Court Farm - sale notice from 1917
Chessington Court Farm - sale notice from 1917
Sale notice of Chessington Court Farm in The Times 1917 
 
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Chessington, Surrey - Holmwood Road
Chessington, Surrey - Holmwood Road
The location of Chessington Court Farm 
 
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Chestham Park
Chestham Park
The manor house at Chestham Park was purchased by John Coveney around 1874 and then left to his nephew, Henry Ross, whose widow, Eliza Bird, lived there until her death in 1904.  
 
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Chestham Park - census for Henfield 1878
Chestham Park - census for Henfield 1878
Census for Henfield includes John Coveney, Henry Ross and Charles Wisden 
 
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Chestham Park - Henfield : Through the lens of Marjorie Baker
Chestham Park - Henfield : Through the lens of Marjorie Baker
A copy from this book about the history of Chestham Park 
 
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Chestham Park 2.JPG
Chestham Park 2.JPG
 
 
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Chestham Park Street Map
Chestham Park Street Map
Street map for Chestham Park 
 
114
Chuckwagon Racing
Chuckwagon Racing
Not sure this will catch on 
 
115
City of London School
City of London School
School where William Hill went before entering Cambridge. 
 
116
Clan Anderson
Clan Anderson
The Clan has been around for hundreds of years. 
 
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Clearing land for coffee plantations.jpg
Clearing land for coffee plantations.jpg
 
 
118
Cole - Henry
Cole - Henry
Is he a relation ? Probably not, but there was a rummour ....  
 
119
Cole - The Cole Painting
Cole - The Cole Painting
Possible painting done 1815 -1820 of Thomas Cole's father.  
 
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Cole painting inc frame
Cole painting inc frame
 
 
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Cordwainer
Cordwainer
Cordwainer 
 
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Cordwainer statue
Cordwainer statue
A statue of a cordwainer in front of St Mary Aldermary in Watling Street in the City of London 
 
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Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield
Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield
The estate at Chestham Park, Henfield ((http://www.mjra.net/Henfield/chestham-pk-1912-1.shtml Alan Barwick) 
 
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Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (1)
Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (1)
The front of the estate at Chestham Park, Henfield (1) 
 
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Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (2)
Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (2)
The front of the estate at Chestham Park, Henfield (2) 
 
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Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (3)
Coveney - Chestham Park, Henfield (3)
The front of the estate at Chestham Park, Henfield (3) 
 
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Criminal ancestors (1780 – 1830)
Criminal ancestors (1780 – 1830)
Appeals for clemency - if you have an ancestor who was convicted of petty larceny (minor theft) and sentenced to either death or deportation then the trail may not end there !  
 
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Croquet on the lawn at Whitehall (The Manor House)
Croquet on the lawn at Whitehall (The Manor House)
A photo from a magazine showing William and Mary on the lawn playing croquet with some of their daughters. 
 
129
CWGC - Berlin 1939-45 War Cemetery
CWGC - Berlin 1939-45 War Cemetery
Hugh Benson, who fought in three wars and who was given a military funeral by the Germans in a German POW camp, is remembered on this memorial. 
 
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Distinguished Conduct Medal
Distinguished Conduct Medal
Distinguished Conduct Medal which Hugh BENSON may have been awarded during WW1. 
 
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Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
At one point I thought Hugh Benson may have been awarded the DCM during action in WW1, but this turned out not to be the case.  
 
132
Downtown Toronto
Downtown Toronto
A nice open space 
 
133
DO’s and DONT’s of finding your birth mother
DO’s and DONT’s of finding your birth mother
I realise each and every adoption case is entirely different but there are common threads and lessons which I certainly learnt and hope that I can perhaps pass these on to at least one person out there.
 
 
134
Drummond Street, Muthill
Drummond Street, Muthill
Robert Sandeman and his parents lived in Drummond Street, Muthill. He had nine siblings ! 
 
135
Dunbars the Bakers (1938)
Dunbars the Bakers (1938)
Advert for the bakers where Bill Anderson was apprentice baker. 
 
136
Dundee Courier 1
Dundee Courier 1
Article about the crash involving the Delage and the motor cycle combination dated 15th September 1925. 
 
137
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle
Taken during a visit to Scotland. 
 
138
Ellis Wareham (1817 - 1868)
Ellis Wareham (1817 - 1868)
Coffee maid to Queen Victoria for 25 years at both Buckingham Palace and Osborne House. 
 
139
Emerald Lake
Emerald Lake
One of the places we want to return to  
 
140
Escape and Evasion Reports
Escape and Evasion Reports
Reports made by returning escapees. 
 
141
Eton College Records Transcribed
Eton College Records Transcribed
Volume 28 - documents relating to Everdon, County Northants - I now know that the Birds of Everdon are NOT mine but I spent so long researching them that I intend to keep the record in case it becomes of use to any other BIRD researcher.
 
 
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Everdon branch - 1839 sketch by A.Goodman
Everdon branch - 1839 sketch by A.Goodman
Everdon Parish Church - sketch with the following inscription: "Mrs ?????? with A. Goodman's affectionate love"
January 31st, 1839 (printed with kind permission Mick Megeary of www.everdon.com)
 
 
143
Everdon branch - Everdon is a village near Daventry, Northamptonshire
Everdon branch - Everdon is a village near Daventry, Northamptonshire
Some information about the small village of Everdon. Thanks to Richard Kendall for letting me plagairise this from his website. 
 
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Everdon branch - Farthingstone - St Mary's Church
Everdon branch - Farthingstone - St Mary's Church
Farthingstone was where Mary Hall, the mother of the William Bird who I thought was my William Bird, was born. 
 
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Everdon branch - Newnham Parish Church
Everdon branch - Newnham Parish Church
Newnham Parish Church (Northamptonshire) 
 
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Everdon branch - St Mary's Church
Everdon branch - St Mary's Church
This was probably the Church where John Bird married Dorothy Goodman in 1716, Richard Bird married Elizabeth Thornton in 1751 and Samuel Bird married Mary Hall in 1771. 
 
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Everdon branch - St Sepulchre's Church, Northampton (1830)
Everdon branch - St Sepulchre's Church, Northampton (1830)
The Church where John Bird and Mary Lesson got married on 21st November 1687. 
 
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Everdon branch - Yeoman (archer rather than farmer!)
Everdon branch - Yeoman (archer rather than farmer!)
I had a vision that my Everdon relatives were yeoman archers ! 
 
149
Execution : John & George Bird
Execution : John & George Bird
There were numerous newspaper reports leading up to the brother's execution. 
 
150
Execution of Edward Cockerell (1797 – 1826)
Execution of Edward Cockerell (1797 – 1826)
At The Old Bailey on 12th January 1826, EDWARD COCKERELL was sentenced to death for trying to pass a forged bank note to a shop owned by my great great great grandfather, WILLIAM HASKINS, who was a jeweller in Regent Street. This is the story of the days leading up to his execution. 
 

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