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551
Tobruk POW's (2)
Tobruk POW's (2)
Another photo taken by the Germans of prisoners captured at Tobruk 
 
552
Tolcarnia purchased in 1901
Tolcarnia purchased in 1901
Thought to be when Henry Whitefield purchased the beautiful Newquay property. 
 
553
Tolcarnia staff advert 1925
Tolcarnia staff advert 1925
This is one of a number of adverts put in the Situations Vacant columns of the local newspaper by Mrs Jessie Riche. 
 
554
Transcript from the Family bible 1874
Transcript from the Family bible 1874
This was a transcription done by Henry Ross in 1874 taken from a 1792 Family Bible setting out the births (and sometimes deaths) of William & Sarah Bird's children and others. 
 
555
Twelve stations of the cross
Twelve stations of the cross
In Lebret 
 
556
Veteran Cars 1
Veteran Cars 1
From Lambert & Butler's "Motor Cars", the 1923 DELAGE 12.8 hp vintage cigarette card.  
 
557
Veteran Cars 2
Veteran Cars 2
From Lambert & Butler's "Motor Cars", the 1923 DELAGE 12.8 hp vintage cigarette card - reverse side.  
 
558
Veteran Cars 3
Veteran Cars 3
From Lambert & Butler's "Motorcycle" series 1923, the BSA Motorcycle vintage cigarette card.  
 
559
Victor Bradshaw Haskins (1891 - 1915)
Victor Bradshaw Haskins (1891 - 1915)
Died on the battlefields of Ypres serving his country. 
 
560
Victor Haskins
Victor Haskins
Notice of his death in The Times. 
 
561
Victor Haskins (2)
Victor Haskins (2)
Notice from The Officers Training Corps - Roll of War Service 
 
562
Waiting for the weather
Waiting for the weather
Waiting for the lightening to stop  
 
563
War Diaries of The Queens Regiment
War Diaries of The Queens Regiment
War diaries 
 
564
War Supplement
War Supplement
A supplement about the men of Hastings going off to war - 24th February 1900. 
 
565
war_memorial_1.jpg
war_memorial_1.jpg
 
 
566
Western Gazette - Friday 20 October 1871 - Attempted Suicide ?
Western Gazette - Friday 20 October 1871 - Attempted Suicide ?
The report in the local newspaper of the untimely death of Samuel Shire.  
 
567
Western Times - Tuesday 24 October 1871 - the inquest
Western Times - Tuesday 24 October 1871 - the inquest
The inquest into the apparent suicide attempt by Samuel Shire results in an accidental death verdict caused by his alcoholism. 
 
568
Whistler
Whistler
The Olympic Rings 
 
569
Who was Hannah Musgrove's father ?
Who was Hannah Musgrove's father ?
The only person I am missing up to the 2 x great grandparent level, is the father of my great grandmother on my birth mother's side. 
 
570
Why did couples in the 19th century marry on Christmas Day ?
Why did couples in the 19th century marry on Christmas Day ?
It was not uncommon to be married on either Christmas Day or Boxing Day in the 1800ís because they were days when working people were not expected to work. Christmas Day and Boxing Day were traditional holidays and are not, and never have been, bank holidays. For these, we need to thank the banker, Sir John Lubbock and his love of cricket. 
 
571
Will - transcription attempt of William Bird's Will (1753 - 1833)
Will - transcription attempt of William Bird's Will (1753 - 1833)
This is the last Will and Testament of me, WILLIAM BIRD, of number 8 Clapham Road Place in the County of Surrey Esquire.
 
 
572
Will of Eliza Ross nee Bird (1841 - 1904)
Will of Eliza Ross nee Bird (1841 - 1904)
The Will of Eliza Ross of Chestham Park 1904 
 
573
Will of John Coveney (1815 - 1878)
Will of John Coveney (1815 - 1878)
The Will of John Coveney who diedon the last day of December 1878 - Swanscombe Manor and Chestham Park 
 
574
Will of Thomas Cole (1795 - 1840)
Will of Thomas Cole (1795 - 1840)
 
 
575
Will of Thomas Cole (about 1787 - 1839)
Will of Thomas Cole (about 1787 - 1839)
I have attempted a transcription of the Will ..... not completed. This Thomas was born about 1787 and is possibly the son of the gentleman in the mystery painting. 
 
576
Will of William Bird of Newnham (1757 - 1833)
Will of William Bird of Newnham (1757 - 1833)
William Bird of Newnham Will 1833 
 
577
William and Frances Norman
William and Frances Norman
A photo of William Norman and Frances (nee Wareham) who emigrated to Oz on The Bangalore in 1854. 
 
578
William and Joseph Haskins
William and Joseph Haskins
Notice of the dissolution of their partnership with effect from 20th October 1812. 
 
579
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
The 1901 census. 
 
580
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
On the 1911 census living with the McDonald family as a Ward. 
 
581
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
A snippet from his WW1 service record. 
 
582
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
William Anderson (1896 - 1944)
The full WW1 service record in PDF. 
 
583
William Anderson Lamond (1896 - 1944)
William Anderson Lamond (1896 - 1944)
The birth of the bastard who would die a hero. 
 
584
William Bird of Newnham (about 1757 - 1833)
William Bird of Newnham (about 1757 - 1833)
William BIRD of Newnham married Sarah ELLIOTT, had 10 children and had time to build half the properties in Lambeth (slight exaggeration) ! This is his story.  
 
585
William Haskins
William Haskins
Advert in The Morning Post on Monday 30th April 1827. 
 
586
William Haskins (1776 - 1838)
William Haskins (1776 - 1838)
William was a bead maker who had a shop in the newly built Regent Street in London.  
 
587
William Hill (1804 - 1879)
William Hill (1804 - 1879)
William was a shoemaker, probably working in South Shields, Northumberland. 
 
588
William Hill (1852 - 1932)
William Hill (1852 - 1932)
William was a well known and successful journalist, working on a number of newspapers. 
 
589
William Hill (1852 - 1932)
William Hill (1852 - 1932)
 
 
590
William Hill (1886 - 1946)
William Hill (1886 - 1946)
William went to Cambridge, married my grandmother, before leaving the family home while his family were still very young. 
 
591
william Hill (1886 - 1946)
william Hill (1886 - 1946)
Photo taken while at Cambridge 1905 - 1908 
 
592
William Hill - Time's Obituary
William Hill - Time's Obituary
 
 
593
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
594
William Hill house in Wandsworth
William Hill house in Wandsworth
34 Crockerton Road, Wandsworth, London where William & Georgie lived and where my mum and Pamela were born.  
 
595
William John MUSGROVE (1860 to 1901)
William John MUSGROVE (1860 to 1901)
William MUSGROVE was my great grandfather on my birth family side of the tree. He lead a hard life, working on the newly expanding railway, living in slum conditions with his large family. This is my research into his life and the times he lived in.  
 
596
William Wareham (1824 - 1887)
William Wareham (1824 - 1887)
The life and death of William Wareham who lived in a manor house but died with 14 others in the bay off Ilfracombe. 
 
597
William Wareham and some of his family
William Wareham and some of his family
A photo of William Wareham in happier times. 
 
598
Women in the 1800ís
Women in the 1800ís
In the 19th century Britain women were expected to marry and have children.  
 
599
World War 1
World War 1
These relatives gave their lives for their country and are remembered 
 
600
World War 2
World War 2
These relatives gave their lives for their country and are remembered 
 

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