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'Peradventure' (by adventure). One of the two coats of arms on Elvet Hill, Durham.
'Peradventure' (by adventure). One of the two coats of arms on Elvet Hill, Durham.
 
 
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'The Navy List Corrected to 18th December, 1914'
'The Navy List Corrected to 18th December, 1914'
 
 
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'Turin 12-13 July 1943'
'Turin 12-13 July 1943'
Certificate signed by R.A. Cochrane, Air Officer Commanding Number 5 (Bomber) Group. (Later Air Chief Marshal The Hon Sir Ralph Cochrane)
http://www.rafweb.org/Biographies/Cochrane.htm

Note: This raid saw the loss of Squadron Leader J D Nettleton VC. 
 
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'Wanhsien Expedition'
Surviving Naval Officers: Surgeon-Lt. Murray, Lt. Fogg-Elliot 'Mantis', Lt. Peterson 'Scarab'
'Wanhsien Expedition' Surviving Naval Officers: Surgeon-Lt. Murray, Lt. Fogg-Elliot "Mantis", Lt. Peterson "Scarab"
 
 
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(by deduction) Henry and Kate Walsingham with their sons Harold Francis Walsingham, John Henry Walsingham and Frank Gordon Walsingham
(by deduction) Henry and Kate Walsingham with their sons Harold Francis Walsingham, John Henry Walsingham and Frank Gordon Walsingham
 
 
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1841 Census Henry Redwood
1841 Census Henry Redwood
Moon Street, Plymouth, Devon

Henry Redwood, 40yrs, hawker, not born in county
Charlotte Redwood, 35yrs, not born in county
Robert Redwood, 13yrs not born in county
Joseph Knott Redwood, 11yrs not born in county
 
 
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1851 Census Sarah Errington page 1
1851 Census Sarah Errington page 1
 
 
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1851 Census Sarah Errington page 2
1851 Census Sarah Errington page 2
 
 
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1871 Census Anton Breithaupt and family (page 1)
1871 Census Anton Breithaupt and family (page 1)
 
 
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1871 Census Anton Breithaupt and family (page 2)
1871 Census Anton Breithaupt and family (page 2)
 
 
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1881 Census Anton Breithaupt's family
1881 Census Anton Breithaupt's family
 
 
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1881 Census John Fitzgerald and family
1881 Census John Fitzgerald and family
 
 
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1881 Census Richard Berry
1881 Census Richard Berry
 
 
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1891c Margaret Breithaupt and son 'Hugh J' who may be John.
1891c Margaret Breithaupt and son 'Hugh J' who may be John.
 
 
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1901 Census
1901 Census
 
 
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1901 Census
1901 Census
Mary Hickey, Henry Leahy & Norah Leahy 
 
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1907 South Brisbane A Grade Premiership Team
1907 South Brisbane A Grade Premiership Team
Back Row – left to right – T.B. Faunce, D Tudor, C.B.Burstow, J.W. Graham, J.E. Justins, P. J Maher, W.B. Hayes

Front Row – L to R, W Berry (President), J Graham (Treasurer), O. Hayes (Hon Secretary), J.P. Clark ©, T.W. Bouchard (Vice President).

Seated at front – J Thompson, W Clark.
http://www.sbdcc.org.au/?page_id=164 
 
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2 Seagry Road as it is today.
2 Seagry Road as it is today.
 
 
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2nd Lt. Erasmus Darwin
2nd Lt. Erasmus Darwin
 
 
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4 February 1860 Census for Christianshavn Kvarter, København
kbhv, København (Staden), Christianshavn Kvarter, Dronningensgade, Matr 263, Løbe no. 64, Forhus, Stuen, 2179, FT-1860, D6360
4 February 1860 Census for Christianshavn Kvarter, København kbhv, København (Staden), Christianshavn Kvarter, Dronningensgade, Matr 263, Løbe no. 64, Forhus, Stuen, 2179, FT-1860, D6360
Dronningensgade, Matr 263, Løbe no. 64, Christianshavn Kvarter, København
Name: Age:Marital status: Occupation in household: Occupation: Birth place:
Hans Peter Egidius, 35, Gift, Værtshusholder, Husfader, Serritslev, Holbæk Amt
Ane Kirstine f. Gregersen, 28, Gift, Hustru, Munkebo, Odense Amt
Ane Sophie Frederikke Egidius, 7, Ugift, deres Datter, Kjøbenhavn
August Niels Egidius, 1, Ugift, deres Søn, Kjøbenhavn
(Niels Sophus Egidius)

Dronningensgade is a street in the Christianshavn district of Copenhagen, Denmark, running parallel to Christianshavn Canal one block to the east, from Christianshavn Rampart in the south to Bådsmandsstræde in the north.

The history of the street dates back to the foundation of Christianshavn in the early 17th century. The name originally matched that of Kongensgade on the other side of Christianshavn Canal but that street was renamed Wildersgade when Christianshavn was merged with Copenhagen later in the century
(Wikipedia)
 
 
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4 Generations
4 Generations
Mrs Bertha Taylor holding David Newman, his mother Mrs Ailsa Newman and her mother Eileen Walker (Bertha's daughter) 
 
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4 Generations, Vosteen, Brightwell, Smith & Wilson.
4 Generations, Vosteen, Brightwell, Smith & Wilson.
left to right, back row: John Burton, Flora Marie Vosteen Brightwell Burton; Jesse Wilson; Joan Marie Smith Wilson; and Flora Beryl Brightwell Smith Cohn Ball. The children are Jesse & Joans: Jesse Lee, John Neil, and Anita Marie.

 
 
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61 Dames Road, Forest Gate, birthplace of David Caldow Simpson b.1892.
61 Dames Road, Forest Gate, birthplace of David Caldow Simpson b.1892.
61 is the middle terrace. 
 
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A 1932 Rolls-Royce owned by James Cecil Lilley. 20/25 Hooper Limousine, registration YY 3691, chassis no. GMU54.
A 1932 Rolls-Royce owned by James Cecil Lilley. 20/25 Hooper Limousine, registration YY 3691, chassis no. GMU54.
James C Lilley was the first owner of this car, placing his order in September 1932 and using Woodcot, Waterhouse Lane, Burgh Heath as the invoicing/delivery address. In 1939, his son Peter Lilley of 75 Gloucester Place, London requested that Jack Barclay remove the body on GMU54 and replace it with one from Chassis No GDP60 at a cost of £275. The chassis cards imply that GMU54 remained with the Lilley family until it was sold in 1950 to Messrs A Pargetter & Son in Coventry.

GMU54 was on sale in 2015 for £37,500: 'A delightful, handsome D-back limousine, traditionally finished in black, with a particularly nice re-upholstered interior in black leather to the front and beige cloth to the rear, with new headlining, carpets, etc, and re-finished woodwork, all of which is recent and part of a restoration over the last ten years or so by the previous owner, which also included a full engine overhaul. Importantly, a new cylinder head has also been fitted, and other work has included re-wiring in correct cotton-covered cable. The car has twin side-mounted spare wheels, a full set of Ace wheel discs, and a nicely restored large rear-mounted trunk, which incorporates fitted drawers. Sound, driving well, characterful and appealing!'

Between 1930 & 1964 Lilley & Skinner owned eight Rolls-Royces and eight Bentleys. Two registrations obviously 'cherished' were TL100 and JL11 which James Lilley had on four of his cars in the 1950 & 1960s. In addition, the company of Lilley & Skinner was the first owner of chassis number WDC35, and Thomas Lilley was the first owner of chassis numbers BLW43 and B81AP.

Photos and research by kind courtesy of Sue Jones at www.realcar.co.uk 
 
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A groundplan of St. Wilfrith's church, Moorends, Thorne, drawn by Carilef Miles Cooper
A groundplan of St. Wilfrith's church, Moorends, Thorne, drawn by Carilef Miles Cooper
 
 
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A needlework sampler made by Elizabeth Lofty Whisson in 1840
A needlework sampler made by Elizabeth Lofty Whisson in 1840
'Elizabeth Lofty Whisson ~ Colton Aged 10 years' 
 
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A needlework sampler made by Marianne Whisson in 1843
A needlework sampler made by Marianne Whisson in 1843
'Marianne Whisson - Aged 10 1843'

Now in the Norfolk sampler collection of Bethany Clements, North Carolina, USA. 
 
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A page from 'A New General English Dictionary' by Dyche.
A page from 'A New General English Dictionary' by Dyche.
This page features the signature of Maria Mears. 
 
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A super postcard of Lubeck Harbour, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.
(Postcards of the Past)
Lübeck Haven 1877
A super postcard of Lubeck Harbour, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. (Postcards of the Past) Lübeck Haven 1877
Joanne Kirstine Gregersen Egidius emigrated to Queensland from København via Lübeck and Plymouth, England, arriving at Cooktown on the Royal Queensland Mailship, Almora on 15 June 1883  
 
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A. Ted Johnson
A. Ted Johnson
August Theodore “Ted” Johnson
Birth 23 Sep 1907
Washington, USA
Death 6 Oct 1948 (aged 41)
Manson, Chelan County, Washington, USA
Burial
Riverview Cemetery
Chelan, Chelan County, Washington, USA
Plot Row 18, Alley 8 Block 9, Lot 2
Memorial ID 24154094
Created by: Teresa
Added: 25 Jan 2008
Find a Grave Memorial 24154094


Funeral services for Ted Johnson of Manson were held Saturday.
Mr. Johnson was killed in a car accident near Wapato Lake on October 6.
Survivors include his wife, Ruth Barton Johnson; one son, Ronald; two daughters, Melita and Carla.

Washington Death Certificate
Name August Theodore Johnson
Death date 06 Oct 1948
Death place Manson, Chelan, Washington, United States
Gender Male
Age at death 41 years 13 days
Estimated birth year 1907
Marital status Married
Spouse name Ruth L.
Father name Carl C. Johnson
Mother name Sophia M. Peterson
Film number 2032776
Digital GS number 4223302
Image number 1182
Reference number cn 16467

Find a Grave Memorial
 
 
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Aabenraa-amt
Aabenraa-amt
 
 
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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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Ada Elizabeth Page nee Lilley
Ada Elizabeth Page nee Lilley
 
 
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Ada Gertrude Page Gertrude Beath (nee Hoffman)
and Beresford Ronald Beath
Ada Gertrude Page Gertrude Beath (nee Hoffman) and Beresford Ronald Beath
 
 
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Adamson, Hazel Joan (nee Stockwell)
Adamson, Hazel Joan (nee Stockwell)
Status: Located; born 27th September 1927, passed away 31st August 1998 
 
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Addis, Frank Edward & Margaret Elizabeth Allen (nee Woods)
Addis, Frank Edward & Margaret Elizabeth Allen (nee Woods)
 
 
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Adela of Normandy
Adela of Normandy
 
 
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Adelaide Minna Bowler
Adelaide Minna Bowler
 
 
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Adeline Amelia Nichols
Adeline Amelia Nichols
The adopted daughter of Edmund Nichols and Anne Lofty Nichols nee Whisson 
 
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Adeline Amelia Nichols
Adeline Amelia Nichols
 
 
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Adeline de l'Etang
Adeline de l'Etang
 
 
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Adolph Agidius
Adolph Agidius
Odd Fellows Cemetery
The Dalles
Wasco County
Oregon, USA

Source: Gen. Otis's Report of casualties

Washington - Feb 27, 1899 -- The following report was received from Gen. Otis today: Manila Feb. 27, 1899

The following deaths since last weekly report: Feb. 23rd 14th Infantry, variola: Adolph Agidius, Co. F., 1st idaho, dysentery.
 
 
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Adolph Beathe, Naturalization papers
Adolph Beathe, Naturalization papers
 
 
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Adolph Frederick Andrew Brockhoff
Adolph Frederick Andrew Brockhoff

Australian food history timeline
1882 Brockhoff’s Biscuits founded
Adolph Brockhoff established his flour mill and bakery in North Melbourne in 1882. His son Frederick took over the company in the 1890s, renaming it Brockhoff’s Biscuits Pty Ltd. Brockhoff’s were makers of popular favourites including Chocolate Royals, Chocolate Ripple, Salada and Shapes. The company amalgamated with Arnotts in 1964 but the brand persisted into the 1970s.
Adolph Brockhoff
Adolph Brockhoff

While many of Australia’s early biscuit makers had a Scottish background, Adolph Brockhoff was German born. He had served in the Union army during the American Civil War before migrating to Australia and starting a general store in Port Fairy, Victoria. Brockhoff’s Biscuit Company was to remain in family hands until the 1960s. Frederick Brockhoff led the family firm until the 1930s, after which management passed to his sons Alan, Harold and Jack. The youngest son, Jack Brockhoff, became Managing Director and largely led the direction of the company for the next five decades.

The 1930s saw the introduction of several biscuit varieties that are still around today, including Savoy Crackers and Chocolate Ripple biscuits. There were many other 1930s favourites that have vanished along the way, including Currant Shorties, sugar-sprinkled Trellis biscuits, Crispettes and Nutrola.

In 1951 the Brockhoffs purchased a market garden site in the (then outer) Melbourne suburb of Burwood, where they built a modern factory, opened in 1953. It was to continue in operation until 2002 and residents of Burwood have fond memories of the enticing odours wafting from the Brockhoff’s Biscuits factory.

Brockhoff’s friendly baker character was a feature of their advertising from the early days. The sheet music for their popular jingle was published in the 1950s and promoted as “a cheery little song for young and old”. The lyrics ran:

Cover of Brockhoff's Biscuits jingle sheet musicClap hands, here comes the Brockhoff baker,
Clap hands here comes the biscuit man,
With his oven-crisp biscuits, tasty and nice,
So rich with butter, sugar and spice,
Clap hands for the Brockhoff biscuit man.

Jack Brockhoff led the company into a merger with Arnotts and Guests in 1964, forming the Australian Biscuit Co. Ltd and acquiring Swallow & Ariell. The purpose of the alliance was to thwart the ambitions of the American-owned Nabisco Pty Ltd to establish a significant presence in the Australian market. The individual brands were maintained for some years but after the company was floated as a public company in 1970 they were subsumed into the Arnotts brand. Jack Brockhoff continued to manage the Melbourne operations until 1973 and remained a director of Arnotts until his death in 1984.
 
 
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Adolphus Chorley Robert Bowler
Adolphus Chorley Robert Bowler
 
 
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Adrian Michael Bishop
Adrian Michael Bishop
 
 
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Adrienne Annie Atherton and Charles Stanley Atherton
Adrienne Annie Atherton and Charles Stanley Atherton
Charles Stanley Atherton
Died 5th March 1955
Aged 83 years

Adrienne Annie
Died 24th November
Aged 83 years

Burial
New Cheltenham Cemetery
Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia

(billiongraves.com.)  
 
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Agnes Kate Brooks (nee Clancy) and her 2 children Eileen Mary and Henry Kenneth circa 1923
Agnes Kate Brooks (nee Clancy) and her 2 children Eileen Mary and Henry Kenneth circa 1923
 
 
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Agnes Kate Brooks (nee Clancy) with her daughter Eileen Mary, circa 1922
Agnes Kate Brooks (nee Clancy) with her daughter Eileen Mary, circa 1922
 
 
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Agnes Kate Clancy
Agnes Kate Clancy
 
 

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