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Hugh Benson's British Army WW1 Medal Rolls Index Card
Hugh Benson's British Army WW1 Medal Rolls Index Card
This is the medal card for Hugh Benson, including his address in South Africa. 
 
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I was adopted over 50 years ago ............
I was adopted over 50 years ago ............
This is the story of the successful search for my birth mother, who had been forced to give her little Billy up for adoption.  
 
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Inquest into the death of Charles Eves
Inquest into the death of Charles Eves
Inquest into the sudden death of Charles Washington Eves as a result of a fall down stairs into his basement.  
 
204
Interior of an iron furnace
Interior of an iron furnace
Probably similar to the iron furnace in which James McTear worked. 
 
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Jack Musgrove
Jack Musgrove
Jack aged 15 years 6 months on his first ship 
 
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James Hill
James Hill
A notice put in the local newspaper. 
 
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James Hill (1750 - 1809)
James Hill (1750 - 1809)
He was a baker and specifically a gingerbread baker ! 
 
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James Johnson (1811 - before 1881)
James Johnson (1811 - before 1881)
The story of a surgeon, an eccentric and a publisher of a treatise on poisons and antidotes with a connection to cattle thieves !  
 
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James Walker Sandeman (1893 - 1917)
James Walker Sandeman (1893 - 1917)
Served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers and was killed many miles from home, in Palestine. 
 
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Jane (Jennie) Hill
Jane (Jennie) Hill
Daughter of William Hill the journalist. 
 
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Jane Hill (1889 - possibly 1952)
Jane Hill (1889 - possibly 1952)
Jane was the sister of William junior. Apart from her attending her father's funeral, little else is known about her. 
 
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Jasper Park Lodge 1
Jasper Park Lodge 1
A snack on the terrace 
 
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Jasper Park Lodge 2
Jasper Park Lodge 2
A view from our cabin to the lake 
 
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Jasper rapids
Jasper rapids
A most spectacular falls close to Jasper 
 
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John Clare (about 1776 to ?)
John Clare (about 1776 to ?)
John is almost certainly the father of Thomas (born 1810) but there is no definitive proof. Just circumstantial evidence. 
 
216
John Martin and Jane Wareham
John Martin and Jane Wareham
The story of John and Jane who worked in The Royal Household for Queen Victoria and then married each other. 
 
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John McTear (1872 - 1939)
John McTear (1872 - 1939)
John's parents had come south over the border into Whitehaven, Cumberland in about 1878 to find work in the blast furnaces of Scotch Street and John would take his family much further south.  
 
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John Spence
John Spence
John emigrated from Ireland to Scotland. 
 
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John William Musgrove (aka Jack)
John William Musgrove (aka Jack)
This is about Irene's father, Jack Musgrove, whose father died when he was still a baby and who was instrumental in my adoption. 
 
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Johnson Clan - family fish knives and forks
Johnson Clan - family fish knives and forks
These fish knives and forks have the Johnson crest on them and have been passed down the generations. 
 
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Johnson Clan - fork handle
Johnson Clan - fork handle
Fork handles - no not four candles, fork handles !  
 
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Johnson Clan - surgeons tools
Johnson Clan - surgeons tools
Although James Johnson doesn't seem to have practised surgery, these are the tools a surgeon in the 19th century might have (www.funnychill.com/media/763/19th_Century_Surgery_Tools) 
 
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Johnson Clan crest
Johnson Clan crest
This is the Clan Johnson crest - Never Unprepared  
 
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Johnson Clan tartan
Johnson Clan tartan
This is the Clan Johnson tartan. 
 
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Jonathan (1837 - 1906) and William Shaw (1865 – 1918)
Jonathan (1837 - 1906) and William Shaw (1865 – 1918)
My wife’s great great and great grandfathers both worked for the London General Omnibus Company at their stables in Paddington as stablemen and grooms to the horses.

 
 
226
Kay Stammers
Kay Stammers
The most successful member at St Albans Lawn Tennis Club. This is an extract from my booklet written at the time of the Club's centenary. 
 
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Kay Stammers (1914 – 2005)
Kay Stammers (1914 – 2005)
Wimbledon Champion and a member at St Albans Lawn Tennis Club. I should make it clear that I am not related to Kay but am just researching her early life while she was living in St Albans.  
 
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Kensal Green
Kensal Green
What started as a rural suburb turned into some of the worst slums in the country over a period of less than 50 years. The Musgroves grew up in the area and some are buried in the huge Kensal Green Cemetery. 
 
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Kensal Green (8)
Kensal Green (8)
Kensal Green - at the Akehurst graveside 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (1)
Kensal Green Cemetery (1)
Kensal Green Cemetery (1) 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (3)
Kensal Green Cemetery (3)
Kensal Green Cemetery (3) 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (4)
Kensal Green Cemetery (4)
Kensal Green Cemetery (4) 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (5)
Kensal Green Cemetery (5)
Kensal Green Cemetery (5) 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (6)
Kensal Green Cemetery (6)
Kensal Green Cemetery (6) 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery (7)
Kensal Green Cemetery (7)
Kensal Green Cemetery (7) 
 
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Kent sign
Kent sign
Was I a Man of Kent, or Surrey or Sussex ? 
 
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Kicking Horse River
Kicking Horse River
Wonderful rapids 
 
238
Lake Louise
Lake Louise
The most amazing view in the world, in my opinion 
 
239
Lake Louise
Lake Louise
Waving hello and goodbye ! 
 
240
Lambeth Property Development
Lambeth Property Development
Details of the long leases issued to William Bird to build a number of properties in Lambeth, the income from which provided him and his descendants with income for years to come.
Narrative from British History Online - Lambeth Wick Estate
 
 
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Leaving Heathrow
Leaving Heathrow
Early morning departure from Heathrow 
 
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Leaving Regina
Leaving Regina
Leaving on a jet plane .....etc 
 
243
Leslie Bird (1894 - 1969)
Leslie Bird (1894 - 1969)
What do we know about Leslie ? 
 
244
Lord Stewards Department
Lord Stewards Department
Lord Stewards Department in the Royal Household 
 
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Lucy and Lionel
Lucy and Lionel
Linda's two cats in charge 
 
246
Maid of the Mist
Maid of the Mist
The bin liner people on The Maid of the Mist 
 
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Man question mark (small)
Man question mark (small)
 
 
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Man question mark - normal size
Man question mark - normal size
 
 
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Manslaughter ?
Manslaughter ?
Newspaper reports on the trial of Thomas Hoare, indicted for the manslaughter of Aron Shaw.  
 
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Map of Colleges in Cambridge
Map of Colleges in Cambridge
The Carpenters Arms Public House is marked with red marker. 
 

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