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Barry Simpson
Barry Simpson
 
 
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Brian Lane
Brian Lane
June 1948 
 
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David Caldow Simpson
David Caldow Simpson
Taken at the wedding of his daughter Betty on 5 May 1945 
 
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David Caldow Simpson
David Caldow Simpson
Taken at Valley Farm, Wissett, Suffolk, which he helped his son Alan to buy. Date c. 1955.
 
 
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Helen Simpson (known as 'Dolly')
Helen Simpson (known as 'Dolly')
 
 
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Elsie Caroline Simpson
Elsie Caroline Simpson
 
 
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Ernest Simpson
Ernest Simpson
 
 
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Frederick Simpson
Frederick Simpson
 
 
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Frederick, Theresa, and Herbert Simpson
Frederick, Theresa, and Herbert Simpson
 
 
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Golden Wedding celebration of David Caldow Simpson and Dorothy (nee Muller), March 1968.
Golden Wedding celebration of David Caldow Simpson and Dorothy (nee Muller), March 1968.
L/R: David Caldow Simpson (b.1892), David Caldow Simpson (b.1919), Betty Minnia Simpson, Alan Ian Simpson, Dorothy Helen Simpson nee Muller. 
 
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Herbert and Grace Simpson
Herbert and Grace Simpson
 
 
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Herbert James Simpson
Herbert James Simpson
 
 
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Image of record from Victor Opfermann
Image of record from Victor Opfermann
 
 
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Image of Show ticket - Victor Opfermann
Image of Show ticket - Victor Opfermann
 
 
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Keith & Bridie Simpson and boys.
Keith & Bridie Simpson and boys.
 
 
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Keith and Bridie Simpson
Keith and Bridie Simpson
 
 
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Keith Edward Simpson
Keith Edward Simpson
 
 
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Mrs Flora Woods and grandchildren Robin and Jean Elder
Mrs Flora Woods and grandchildren Robin and Jean Elder
 
 
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Norah Amy Simpson
Norah Amy Simpson
 
 
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Robin Elder - Wedding February 1956
Robin Elder - Wedding February 1956
 
 
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Simpson Family
Simpson Family
Frederick James Simpson and Theresa with their children in 1902. L-R: Ernest Frederick (7), Norah Amy (14), Keith Edward (b.9 June), Helen (8), Herbert James (12), Elsie Caroline (10).  
 
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Simpson's Road
Simpson's Road
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899), and is just to the north of Docklands. It would have been inherited by William David Simpson but due to his premature death was taken instead by his brother David Caldow Simpson (b.1860). It was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Simpson's Road
Simpson's Road
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, just some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899) and left to his son William David Simpson. London's wealthy Docklands area is just to the south; you can see a Docklands Light Railway train in the background.

Unfortunately William David Simpson died three years before his father (something his father's will had not allowed for) so his line did not inherit and his share was divided among the other children. This property went to David Caldow Simpson (b.1860), and was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Simpson's Road, Poplar, London.
Simpson's Road, Poplar, London.
This is the location of 1-6 Simpson's Road, Poplar, London, just some of the property owned by David Caldow Simpson (1811-1899) and left to his son William David Simpson. London's wealthy Docklands area is just to the south; you can see a Docklands Light Railway train in the background.

Unfortunately William David Simpson died three years before his father (something his father's will had not allowed for) so his line did not inherit and his share was divided among the other children. This property went to David Caldow Simpson (b.1860), and was sold by his son John Graydon Simpson to the local council in 1951. 
 
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Theresa Alberta Simpson
Theresa Alberta Simpson
 
 
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Wedding of Norah Simpson and William Cuthbertson, Jan-Mar 1924
Wedding of Norah Simpson and William Cuthbertson, Jan-Mar 1924
Taken at the rear of 2 Seagry Road, Norah's family home.

Back row: Unknown female, Unknown male, Samuel Glanville Lane, Unknown female, Ernest Frederick Simpson, Ernest's wife Dorothy, Unknown female, Unknown male, Unknown male, David Caldow Simpson

Middle row: Ester (housemaid), Unknown female, Unknown female, Unknown female, Frances Jane Simpson*, Herbert James Simpson, Unknown female, Unknown female, Frederick James Simpson, coachman?

Front row: Katherine Elizabeth Simpson*, Blank female, Helen Marjorie Simpson, Helen Simpson, William Cuthbertson (groom), Norah Amy Simpson (bride), Elsie Caroline Simpson, Lela Cuthbertson, Theresa Alberta Opfermann, Elizabeth Anne Simpson*

*One of the five 'maiden aunts'. If the other two, Emma and Eva were present, they are not identified. 
 
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David Caldow Simpson
David Caldow Simpson
Taken at the wedding of his sister Betty in Wanstead, London, 5 May 1945. Uniform is that of Lieutenant RNVR (two wavy rings). 
 
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Wedding day of Alan Ian Simpson and Teresa Mary Lilley, 2 April 1959
Wedding day of Alan Ian Simpson and Teresa Mary Lilley, 2 April 1959
Taken at Abberton Manor, Essex.
L-R: David Caldow Simpson, Dorothy Helen Simpson nee Muller, Unknown, Alan Ian Simpson, Teresa Mary Lilley, Ada Elizabeth Page nee Lilley, Reginald John Page, Unknown. The bridesmaid at front centre is Rosemary Janine Harries; other bridesmaid unknown. 
 
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Abberton Manor, Essex
Abberton Manor, Essex
Teresa and David Lilley were adopted by the Lilley family (of Lilley & Skinner shoes) and grew up here in the 1930/40s.

Teresa and her husband Alan Simpson inherited the property in the 1970s and lived in it for a few years before selling it for use as a nursing home. 
 
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Lynn, Emma, born 1862
Lynn, Emma, born 1862
 
 
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Lincoln, Henry James, born 1859
Lincoln, Henry James, born 1859
 
 
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Lincoln, James born 1830
Lincoln, James born 1830
 
 
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John Lincoln and (Mary) Rosalind Walmsley circa 1955.
John Lincoln and (Mary) Rosalind Walmsley circa 1955.
 
 
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John Lincoln
John Lincoln
(Photograph taken by Miss Amy Elizabeth Purdy, 84 High Street, Kings Lynn) 
 
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Marianne Elizabeth Lincoln, LRAM (Licentiate, Royal Academy of Music
Marianne Elizabeth Lincoln, LRAM (Licentiate, Royal Academy of Music
 
 
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Four generations together.
Four generations together.
L-R:
Mary Ann Watson I11886
Jane Stokoe I11881
Dorothy Lincoln I11883
Jane (maiden name unknown) I11888 
 
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Marriage of Alan & Betty Harries, 5 May 1945 in Wanstead Registry Office
Marriage of Alan & Betty Harries, 5 May 1945 in Wanstead Registry Office
Back row:
Margaret 'Peggy' Harries nee Cousins I12090 (wife of Groom's brother Jimmy)
Marjorie Simpson I11861
Tom Harries I12068
Charles Wilmot I12092
William Alan Harries, Groom I11876
Eric James, Best Man (previously known as Davies)
David Caldow Simpson I11855
Unknown
David Caldow Simpson I11858

Middle row:
Val or Valma James (wife of Best Man)
Elizabeth Florence Wilmot nee Tippetts I12089
Betty Minnia Harries nee Simpson, Bride I11859
Dorothy Helen Simpson nee Muller I11857
Gladys Wheeler

Front row:
Alan Ian Simpson I11860
Morwen Harries nee Lees I12093 
 
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John Graydon Simpson
John Graydon Simpson
 
 
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David Caldow Simpson
David Caldow Simpson
 
 
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John Graydon Simpson (right) in front of Lancaster ED547 'PO-M', 1943
John Graydon Simpson (right) in front of Lancaster ED547 'PO-M', 1943
This aircraft 'M-Mother' belonged to 467 Squadron RAAF of Bomber Command based at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire. It was originally U-Uncle (hence the pawnshop sign) and carried the slogan 'We take anything' - appropriate since the captain, P/O JH Whiting from Adelaide, SA, was noted for his ability to return to base in spite of damage to aircraft from flak or night fighter combat. The aeroplane completed 40 raids over enemy territory and claimed one night fighter shot down.

Crew of Lancaster ED547 'PO-M', 5 April-22 August 1943:

F/O J.H. 'Fishy' Whiting DFC A407853 - Pilot
Sgt H.J. Pike 575245 - Engineer
P/O W.S. Close 130721 - Navigator
Sgt J.G. Simpson 926079 - Air bomber/front gunner
Sgt G. Self 1078674 - Wireless operator
W/O G.C. Blair R100088 - Mid upper gunner
Sgt F. Fowler 1144830 - Rear gunner 
 
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Richenda Emma Lincoln
Richenda Emma Lincoln
 
 

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