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Executions in the Victorian Age
Executions in the Victorian Age
Execution was used liberally during the 1800's. 
 
152
First Nation dancer
First Nation dancer
One of the dancers in Flour Plaza 
 
153
First Nations
First Nations
Totam pole at museum 
 
154
First Nations Teepee
First Nations Teepee
A display of teepees in the Indian Village 
 
155
First World War Diaries
First World War Diaries
Introduction to the War Diaries, 1914-1918 of The Queen's Royal West Surrey and The East Surrey Regiment
 
 
156
Flying boat to the Island
Flying boat to the Island
Flying boat to Vancouver Island 
 
157
Flying over Greenland
Flying over Greenland
Spectacular view of the mountains 
 
158
Food outlet
Food outlet
In the Stampede Showground 
 
159
Frank Arthur Musgrove (1898 - 1917)
Frank Arthur Musgrove (1898 - 1917)
Frank was fatally wounded towards the end of the Third battle for the small village of Passendale. He was just 19 years old.  
 
160
George & Jessie Wareham
George & Jessie Wareham
George & Jessie had emigrated to New Zealand. This photo is said to be about 1910. 
 
161
George and Jessie Wareham's family
George and Jessie Wareham's family
George and Jessie Wareham, who emigrated to New Zealand, and their young family.  
 
162
George Bird
George Bird
Marriage notice in the Coventry Herald on 19th June 1829. 
 
163
George Bird (1806 - 1881)
George Bird (1806 - 1881)
This is the story of my great great grandparents, George and Margaret BIRD of Chessington Court Farm, and their six children.
 
 
164
George Bird - coffee planter (1790 - 1857)
George Bird - coffee planter (1790 - 1857)
His obituary in the Morning Chronicle provided by the Colombo Observer. He died 1st March 1857. 
 
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George Bird 1.bmp
George Bird 1.bmp
 
 
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George Bird 1.jpg
George Bird 1.jpg
 
 
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George Coveney Bird 1911.JPG
George Coveney Bird 1911.JPG
 
 
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George Henry Musgrove (1896 - 1945)
George Henry Musgrove (1896 - 1945)
George was born in the slums of Kensington and was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal during WW1. He lost his two sons before he also died during WW2 and are all remembered on the Wendover War Memorial.  
 
169
Georgie Bird, The Rhodrons & the motor car (1851 - 1930)
Georgie Bird, The Rhodrons & the motor car (1851 - 1930)
The fascinating story of Georgie Bird who started on The Farm, bought a Manor House and then had a fight to the death against the new fangled motor car.  
 
170
Georgie is in the house
Georgie is in the house
Georgie has arrived for his vacation 
 
171
Goitre House
Goitre House
Goitre House - a beautiful country house set in mature parkland beside the River Usk. Once owned by the Bird family (not mine !) 
 
172
Gooderham and Worts
Gooderham and Worts
Still to be researched, the Norfolk connection ? 
 
173
Grave of Roy Harmsworth
Grave of Roy Harmsworth
The grave in Belgium of the young tail gunner in the Halifax which was shot down. 
 
174
Great Fire of London 1666
Great Fire of London 1666
Handmade oil painting reproduction of The Great Fire of London, 1666, a painting by Lieve Verschuier. 
 
175
GWR network.jpg
GWR network.jpg
 
 
176
Gypsy encampment
Gypsy encampment
Gipsey (sic) encampment beside the Shelford Road in the parish of Whittlesford, in the year 1862. 
 
177
Halifax 111
Halifax 111
 
 
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Halifax Bomber
Halifax Bomber
A painting of a Halifax bomber from 1944. 
 
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Hannah and her children 1902.jpg
Hannah and her children 1902.jpg
 
 
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Hannah Elizabeth Wild (1866 - 1959)
Hannah Elizabeth Wild (1866 - 1959)
Hannah brought up her large young family single handed in the slums of Kensington after the death of her husband. She died aged 92, apparently, with her veins full of whisky ! 
 
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Hannah Musgrove
Hannah Musgrove
 
 
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Hannah Musgrove 1911.JPG
Hannah Musgrove 1911.JPG
 
 
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Hannah Ross
Hannah Ross
Wife of Thomas Ross, Hannah, spent time comforting the troops in South Africa during the Boer War. 
 
184
Hannah Ross gives thanks
Hannah Ross gives thanks
A letter of thanks published in the local paper after her husband died in 1896. 
 
185
Hannah Ross, mother of Percy and daughter of Elizabeth Bird
Hannah Ross, mother of Percy and daughter of Elizabeth Bird
The quite remarkable lady who sent her son to war and nursed the dying in South Africa. 
 
186
Happy holiday
Happy holiday
Simon and Sue having a great time in Vancouver 
 
187
Harvey's Vegetable Anti-Drastic Pill
Harvey's Vegetable Anti-Drastic Pill
Advert in the Morning Chronicle 31st January 1835. 
 
188
Heavens to Murgatroyd
Heavens to Murgatroyd
A phrase first heard in a 1944 film which went on to become the catchphrase of Snagglepuss. 
 
189
Help !  Where do I start ?
Help ! Where do I start ?
I am often asked "How should I go about my research and which websites would you recommend ?"

 
 
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Henry Bird and Louisa Wareham marriage 1879.jpg
Henry Bird and Louisa Wareham marriage 1879.jpg
 
 
191
Henry Ross Bird (1854 - 1926)
Henry Ross Bird (1854 - 1926)
This is the story of my great grandfather. There are more questions than answers at the moment but all will become clear one day ! 
 
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Henry Ross Bird 1911.JPG
Henry Ross Bird 1911.JPG
 
 
193
Henry Whitefield - probate
Henry Whitefield - probate
Probate granted for Henry Whitefield after his death aged 80 in 1912. 
 
194
Herts Advertiser 1
Herts Advertiser 1
29 August 1925 - Headline about the crash involving the Delage and the motor cycle combination. 
 
195
Hook War Memorial
Hook War Memorial
The WW1 War Memorial unveiled by "Mrs George Bird" (Nina) in 1920 
 
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Hook war memorial unveiled
Hook war memorial unveiled
Article about the unveiling of the Hook World War 1 war memorial by Mrs G Bird in 1920. 
 
197
Horn Snuff Box 1793
Horn Snuff Box 1793
On a silver ring around the top of the horn, it has “James Hill Baker N.Shields 1793” engraved on it. 
 
198
Horse Drawn Buses
Horse Drawn Buses
An article about etiquette from The Times on 30th January 1836. 
 
199
Hugh 'Pop' Benson (1882 - 1944)
Hugh 'Pop' Benson (1882 - 1944)
Corporal Hugh 'Pop' Benson OBE, Major, MC .... or perhaps not ? After fighting in three wars, he died aged 62 in a POW camp, given military honours by friend and foe alike. He was "generous to a fault, kindly, and often took guard duties and unpleasant chores away from younger chaps in the Regiment." A fascinating story.  
 
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Hugh Benson OBE
Hugh Benson OBE
Captain Hugh Benson received the OBE in 1921 / 22. 
 

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