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'Lark Rise', Juniper Hill
'Lark Rise', Juniper Hill
Believed to be Flora's birthplace. Sold in 2004 for £350,000.
Source: Daily Telegraph 8/4/2004 
 
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'Logan Brae', Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill, Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
'Logan Brae', Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill, Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
Showing the front of the house and tennis court 
 
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'Logan Brae', Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill, Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
'Logan Brae', Victoria Road, Bellevue Hill, Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
Loganbrae (2nd house in) showing terracing by Council 
 
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'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
 
 
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'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
Taken from the garden looking down on the water. 
 
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'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
'Meredith', Neutral Bay, NSW
 
 
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'The End House', Juniper, Cottisford, Oxfordshire
'The End House', Juniper, Cottisford, Oxfordshire
 
 
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114 Malmesbury Road, Bow, London
114 Malmesbury Road, Bow, London
Believed to be Leonard Frederick Ennever (on table) with his father. Person to left is unidentified. 
 
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18th century print of St Leonard's
18th century print of St Leonard's
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Leonard%27s,_Shoreditch 
 
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18th century print of St Leonard's
18th century print of St Leonard's
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Leonard%27s,_Shoreditch 
 
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18th century print of St Leonard's
18th century print of St Leonard's
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Leonard%27s,_Shoreditch 
 
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18th century print of St Leonard's
18th century print of St Leonard's
Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St_Leonard%27s,_Shoreditch 
 
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19 Norfolk Road, Brighton, Sussex
19 Norfolk Road, Brighton, Sussex
 
 
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2A Tuam Road, Plumstead
2A Tuam Road, Plumstead
Source: Google maps 
 
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33 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point, Sydney, NSW
33 Lower Fort Street, Millers Point, Sydney, NSW
 
 
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41 Hollywood Way, Walthamstow, Essex
41 Hollywood Way, Walthamstow, Essex
 
 
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413 1/2 S Walnut St, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
413 1/2 S Walnut St, Appleton, Wisconsin, USA
 
 
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46 St George Street
46 St George Street
A photo of 47 St George Street probably showing part of 46 on the right. Courtesy: www.herberthistory.co.uk 
 
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51 The Charter Road, Woodford Green, Essex
51 The Charter Road, Woodford Green, Essex
The garden before its re-design c1955 (with Jax). 
 
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6 Crimea Street, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
6 Crimea Street, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia
c2012 
 
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61 Kyverdale Road, Stoke Newington, London
61 Kyverdale Road, Stoke Newington, London
 
 
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91 Fairfoot Road, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex
91 Fairfoot Road, Bromley St Leonard, Middlesex
On the final day it was occupied before being demolished. 
 
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Abney Park Cemetery
Abney Park Cemetery
 
 
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Abney Park Cemetery
Abney Park Cemetery
 
 
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Abney Park Cemetery
Abney Park Cemetery
 
 
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Agra Cantonment Cemetery, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
Agra Cantonment Cemetery, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India
 
 
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Aldershot Military Cemetery, Aldershot, Hampshire
Aldershot Military Cemetery, Aldershot, Hampshire
www.cwgc.org 
 
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All Saints, East Hanningfield, Essex
All Saints, East Hanningfield, Essex
 
 
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All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
 
 
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All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
 
 
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All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
All Saints, Tilney All Saints, Norfolk
The font 
 
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Ardley, Oxfordshire
Ardley, Oxfordshire
The area in which Flora used to live and her grandfather used to sing. Juniper Hill is just north east of the map. © Gillian R. Warson 'Fact and Fiction' Flora Thompson and the 'Fewcott Part Book'. 
 
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Arras Memorial, Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France
Arras Memorial, Faubourg-d'Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France
 
 
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Astorville home
Taken on Thursday October 2nd 2014. The fall colours in thearea were spectacular. The country side around us has rolling hills, lakes to name a view sites to see in the area. Thesecond picture was taken on Saturday November 1st after the Halloween snowfall.
(As a living person is linked to this item, further details have been withheld.) 
 
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Astorville home
Picture taken on Saturday November 1st after the Halloween snowfall.
(As a living person is linked to this item, further details have been withheld.) 
 
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Back Street (Now Upminster Road South)
Back Street (Now Upminster Road South)
Back Street (Now Upminster Road South) facing towards what is now The Ship and O'Donnell & Hawthorne Estate Agents. On the right is the church wall. The building with people standing outside is the Rainham Blackmith - The Old Smithy. 
 
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Bagneux British Cemetery, Gézaincourt, Picardie, France
Bagneux British Cemetery, Gézaincourt, Picardie, France
 
 
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Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord)
Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord)
 
 
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Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia
Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia
Showing George Morris's property overlaid on a 1980s map 
 
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Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia
Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia
Showing George Morris's property 
 
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BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY
BANNEVILLE-LA-CAMPAGNE WAR CEMETERY
Courtesy www.cwgc.org 
 
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Bardsdale Cemetery
Bardsdale Cemetery
 
 
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Barrack Street, Norwich, Norfolk
Barrack Street, Norwich, Norfolk
© http://www.the-plunketts.freeserve.co.uk/ 
 
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Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany
Becklingen War Cemetery, Soltau, Niedersachsen, Germany
 
 
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Bell Inn, Rainham
Bell Inn, Rainham
 
 
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Bertenacre Military Cemetery, Flêtre, France
Bertenacre Military Cemetery, Flêtre, France
Courtesy www.cwgc.org 
 
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Bhowanipore Cemetery, Calcutta, Bengal, India
Bhowanipore Cemetery, Calcutta, Bengal, India
 
 
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Borough Cemetery
Borough Cemetery
 
 
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Boston Cemetery
Boston Cemetery
 
 
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Branston Street, Hunslet
Branston Street, Hunslet
Long view of brickbuilt terraced properties in Branston Street at the junction with Hillidge Road. The back-to-back houses number from right to left in ascending order beginning with number 2 at the right edge. 
 
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Bridport Street
Bridport Street
Possibly 17 or 105. 
 
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Buck's Row, Whitechapel
Buck's Row, Whitechapel
Buck's Row, now called Durward Street, was the scene of what is generally accepted as the first murder committed by Jack the Ripper. Buck's Row is a small thoroughfare leading in an East to West direction in the Eastern section of Whitechapel, not far South from Bethnal Green. 
 
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BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, BRITISH EXTENSION
BULLY-GRENAY COMMUNAL CEMETERY, BRITISH EXTENSION
 
 
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Bunhill Fields Burial Grounds
Bunhill Fields Burial Grounds
Bunhill Fields cemetery in Islington, north London, where John Bunyan, Daniel Defoe and William Blake are buried. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian

http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2011/feb/22/bunhill-fields-bunyan-defoe-blake 
 
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Busby Street
Busby Street
OS map 1893 
 
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CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ
CABARET-ROUGE BRITISH CEMETERY, SOUCHEZ
Courtesy; cwgc.org 
 
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Cassino War Cemetery
Cassino War Cemetery
 
 
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Chadderton Cemetery
Chadderton Cemetery
 
 
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Chingford Mount Cemetery, Chingford, London E4
Chingford Mount Cemetery, Chingford, London E4
 
 
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Chingford Mount Cemetery, Chingford, London E4
Chingford Mount Cemetery, Chingford, London E4
Copyright: Francis Frith 
 
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Christ Church, Cotmanhay.
Christ Church, Cotmanhay.
Christ Church - formerly on Church Street, Cotmanhay.
The Parish of Cotmanhay was formed in 1845, partly out of the parish of Ilkeston and embracing Shipley.
The church was erected in 1848, at a cost of £2,600, raised by subscription and from Government grants. The Duke of Rutland also donated £200 and the site.
It was a stone building in the Early English style with lancet windows. Other features of note were a 'Kempe' window, a richly painted and gilded triptych and linenfold panels in the sanctuary and a wrought iron choir screen. Demolished in 1983 after it was discovered that mining subsidence had caused serious structural damage.
(Photograph - courtesy of Erewash Museum)

Source: http://www.ilkestonhistory.org.uk/Churches%20and%20Chapels.htm 
 
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Christ Church, Henton
Christ Church, Henton
 
 
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Church of St George, Everton, Walton on the Hill, Lancashire
Church of St George, Everton, Walton on the Hill, Lancashire
Copyright Dave Atherton 
 
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Church of St. Matthew, Oakley Square
Church of St. Matthew, Oakley Square
Courtesy of British History Online 
 
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Church Road Cemetery, Church Road, Mitcham, Surrey
Church Road Cemetery, Church Road, Mitcham, Surrey
 
 
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City Cemetery
City Cemetery
 
 
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City of London Cemetery & Crematorium
City of London Cemetery & Crematorium
Source: http://www.newham.gov.uk/Services/ArchivesAndLocalHistory/AboutUs/ArchivesAndLocalHistoryCemetery.htm 
 
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Clenchwarton Church, Norfolk
Clenchwarton Church, Norfolk
St Margaret, Clenchwarton

The villages out here run into each other; West Lynn straggles out, the houses get pleasanter and eventually become Clenchwarton.

Compared with some of the exotica around here, St Margaret is refreshingly conventional - pretty much all of a late 14th/early 15th century piece, and no transepts, separate tower or modern chancel in sight. A mixture of carstone and flint, the church is very attractive; and slightly ramshackle, as if made out of chocolate chip cookies.

This is another locked church with a keyholder, but they are so rarely in on Saturday mornings that I didn’t bother; you can see almost everything there is to see through the clear glass windows of the nave, and it is low church Victorian inside, the diametrical opposite of its West Lynn neighbour. Apart from the garish glass in the east window, it looked almost non-conformist in character.

I would have liked to have seen the memorial that Mortlock notes, to Francis Forster, 1741: When the terrible inundation Feb 16 1735 threatened the destruction of this whole Level, He with unshaken resolution, when all around him droop'd under their misery, opposed the Flood, repaired the broken ramparts, and sav'd the land from that fatal ruin with which the next assault must have overwhelm'd it.

Source: www.norfolkchurches.co.uk 
 
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Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery
Coffs Harbour Historic Cemetery
Coffs Harbour Cemetery dates from the latter part of the 19th century, the earliest inscription found being 1888. It occupies a large site that has been divided into denominational and general portions and remains entirely monumental, without a lawn section or columbarium. Although now supplanted by the modern lawn cemetery, the historic cemetery is still in regular use. 
 
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Colney Hatch Asylum
Colney Hatch Asylum
(also known as Middlesex County Pauper Lunatic Asylum) 
 
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Congham St Andrews Church, Norfolk
Congham St Andrews Church, Norfolk
 
 
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Coolamon Cemetery
Coolamon Cemetery
 
 
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Coram Foundling Hospital, London
Coram Foundling Hospital, London
Since demolished. 
 
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Coram Foundling Hospital, London
Coram Foundling Hospital, London
Black and white photo of boys marching out of the London Foundling Hospital for the last time before the building was demolished and the children relocated to Redhill, Surrey c.1926.

Source: http://www.foundlingmuseum.org.uk/ 
 
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Cornelian Bay Cemetery, Tasmania
Cornelian Bay Cemetery, Tasmania
Source: Keith Murray's gallery, Picasa Web 
 
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Cottages at Willisville
Cottages at Willisville
The larger building was the Willis Homestead and the smaller cabins were for men working to build the railway line to the Manitoulin Island. Ada used to board all these men. Later the cabins were rented by tourists from the US and Canada. 
 
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Cross Keys Inn, Chadwell Heath, Essex (recent)
Cross Keys Inn, Chadwell Heath, Essex (recent)
 
 
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Crouy British Cemetery, Crouy-sur-Somme, France
Crouy British Cemetery, Crouy-sur-Somme, France
Cemetery: CROUY BRITISH CEMETERY, CROUY-SUR-SOMME
Country: France
Locality: Somme
Visiting Information: Wheelchair access is possible with some difficulty. For further information regarding wheelchair access, please contact our enquiries department on telephone number 01628 634221.
Location Information: Crouy is a village about 16 kilometres north-west of Amiens on the west side of the River Somme, on the Amiens-Abbeville main road. The British Cemetery is a little south of the village on the west side of the road to Cavillon and there is a Commonwealth War Graves Commission signpost on the main road.
Historical Information: The cemetery was used between April and August 1918 for burials from the 5th and 47th Casualty Clearing Stations, which had come to the village because of the German advance. In October 1919, 42 graves were brought to Crouy from the small military cemetery at Riviere, a few kilometres away to the north-west. These burials had been made from the 12th, 53rd and 55th Casualty Clearing Stations at Longpre-les-Corps Saints between May and August 1918. They now occupy rows E and F of plot IV and part of row D, plot VI. The cemetery now contains 739 Commonwealth burials of the First World War, and a number of French and German war graves. The cemetery was designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield.
No. of Identified Casualties: 781

Source: CWGC 
 
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Derby Place, Hunslet
Derby Place, Hunslet
Image shows Derby Street on the left. On the right are back-to-back terraced houses. Someone peers out from behind number 7 while two childrens pram wait outside numbers 7 and 9. 
 
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ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI
ECOIVRES MILITARY CEMETERY, MONT-ST. ELOI
 
 
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Ennever fish shop
Ennever fish shop
Believed to be the fish shop in Margravine Road. Men unidentified. 
 
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Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
 
 
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Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
 
 
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Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
 
 
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Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
Ennever Street, Bardon, Queensland, Australia
 
 
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Enumerator's Schedule 1841
Enumerator's Schedule 1841
Records location of Bowyers Building as off or adjacent to Commercial Road, John Street and Grovers Place. 
 
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Esk Cemetery
Esk Cemetery
Facing the cemetery we can see the lawn section in the fore which has flat stones. The older sections have the monumental type stones.

Photograph Copyright © 2005, Jade Werner

Source interment.net 
 
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Esk Cemetery
Esk Cemetery
Facing the cemetery we can see the lawn section in the fore which has flat stones. The older sections have the monumental type stones.

Photograph Copyright © 2005, Jade Werner

Source interment.net 
 
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Etaples Military Cemetery
Etaples Military Cemetery
Source www.cwgc.org 
 
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Feriköy Protestant Cemetery, Constantinople, Turkey
Feriköy Protestant Cemetery, Constantinople, Turkey
Feriköy Protestant Cemetery, Constantinople, Turkey 
 
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Flora Jane Timms
Flora Jane Timms
 
 
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Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, Texas, USA
Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, Texas, USA
 
 
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Gap Road Cemetery, Gap Road, Wimbledon, London
Gap Road Cemetery, Gap Road, Wimbledon, London
Also known as Wimbledon Cemetery. 
 
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Gap Road Cemetery, Gap Road, Wimbledon, London
Gap Road Cemetery, Gap Road, Wimbledon, London
Also known as Wimbledon Cemetery. 
 
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George Street, Sydney Cove
George Street, Sydney Cove
Australian Hotel (centre) 
 
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Glanadda Cemetery, Glanadda, Bangor, Wales
Glanadda Cemetery, Glanadda, Bangor, Wales
 
 
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Glebe Cemetery
Glebe Cemetery
 
 
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Golden Lion, Prittlewell 1999
Golden Lion, Prittlewell 1999
 
 
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Great Easton Church
Great Easton Church
 
 
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Greenwood Cemetery
Greenwood Cemetery
 
 
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Gumley House
Gumley House
Source: http://www.fcjsisters.org/golive/golive_network/site_britain/heritage-gumley.html 
 
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Gumley House
Gumley House
Source: http://www.fcjsisters.org/golive/golive_network/site_britain/heritage-gumley.html 
 
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Hanover War Cemetery
Hanover War Cemetery
 
 
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Hanover War Cemetery
Hanover War Cemetery
 
 
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Hanover War Cemetery
Hanover War Cemetery
 
 
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Highlands Road, Leatherhead
Highlands Road, Leatherhead
1939 Register 
 
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Hunslet Cemetery, Woodhouse Hill, Hunslet, Yorkshire
Hunslet Cemetery, Woodhouse Hill, Hunslet, Yorkshire
 
 
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Ilkeston Church
Ilkeston Church
http://www.derbyshire-photographs.co.uk/ilkeston_church1903.html 
 
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Ingestre Buildings, Ingestre Place, Westminster, Middlesex
Ingestre Buildings, Ingestre Place, Westminster, Middlesex
Architect: Charles Lee 
 
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Islington Cemetery, High Road, Finchley, London
Islington Cemetery, High Road, Finchley, London
 
 
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Islington St John's Road site
Islington St John's Road site
Map of site 
 
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Islington Workhouse
Islington Workhouse
 
 
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Kearsley Terrace, Hunslet
Kearsley Terrace, Hunslet
View looks from Nursery Mount Road onto properties on Kearsley Terrace which are the back entrances to houses on Kearsley Place, numbers run from 1 to 7, left to right. Part of number 1 on the left end has been cement rendered in a style called rusticated stucco which was designed to emulate dressed stone. 
 
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Kearsley Terrace, Hunslet
Kearsley Terrace, Hunslet
Through properties on Kearsley Terrace, numbers run from the left in descending order to number 2 on the right. These were the back entrances to houses on South Field Mount and are still standing today while many of the surrounding streets were demolished during slum clearance. View looks from Nursery Mount Road. 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery, London
Kensal Green Cemetery, London
 
 
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Kensal Green Cemetery, London
Kensal Green Cemetery, London
 
 
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Kings Head Hill, Chingford
Kings Head Hill, Chingford
Low Street is now known as Sewardstone Road 
 
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Kings Head Hill, Chingford
Kings Head Hill, Chingford
 
 
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Kings Head, Rochford 1999
Kings Head, Rochford 1999
 
 
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Kirkee War Cemetery, India
Kirkee War Cemetery, India
 
 
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Labuan Memorial Cemetery, Labuan, Malaysia
Labuan Memorial Cemetery, Labuan, Malaysia
 
 
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Lake Ben Cemetery, Pope County, Minnesota
Lake Ben Cemetery, Pope County, Minnesota
 
 
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Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-l'Avoue, Pas de Calais, France
Le Touret Military Cemetery, Richebourg-l'Avoue, Pas de Calais, France
 
 
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Les Baraques Military Cemetery
Les Baraques Military Cemetery
 
 
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Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
Charles Booth's poverty survey lists the residents of this street in Bethnal Green as costermongers, fish-curers and thieves. Some of the children have bare feet, yet despite its slum status, Little Collingwood Street has an air of cheerful neighbourliness. John Galt 1900-1907. Copyright: Museum of London.

Little Collingwood Street appears on the Ordnance Survey map of 1873 as a street running between Collingwood Street and Duke Street and although it is unclear from the map it may have been a back alley with the houses fronting on to Collingwood Street or Duke Street (BE). 
 
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Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
Charles Booth's poverty survey lists the residents of this street in Bethnal Green as costermongers, fish-curers and thieves. Some of the children have bare feet, yet despite its slum status, Little Collingwood Street has an air of cheerful neighbourliness. John Galt 1900-1907. Copyright: Museum of London.

Little Collingwood Street appears on the Ordnance Survey map of 1873 as a street running between Collingwood Street and Duke Street and although it is unclear from the map it may have been a back alley with the houses fronting on to Collingwood Street or Duke Street (BE). 
 
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Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
Little Collingwood Street, Bethnal Green
From the Ordnance Survey map of 1873. 
 
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London Road Cemetery, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey
London Road Cemetery, London Road, Mitcham, Surrey
 
 
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Long Island National Cemetery
Long Island National Cemetery
 
 
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Longham Church, Longham, Norfolk
Longham Church, Longham, Norfolk
http://www.norfolkchurches.co.uk/longham/longham.htm 
 
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Loos British Cemetery
Loos British Cemetery
Source www.cwgc.org 
 
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Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium
Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium
 
 
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Manor Park Cemetery
Manor Park Cemetery
 
 
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Manor Park Cemetery
Manor Park Cemetery
 
 
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Manor Park Cemetery
Manor Park Cemetery
 
 
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Manor Park Cemetery
Manor Park Cemetery
 
 
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Market Place, Peterborough
Market Place, Peterborough
 
 
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Maryborough Cemetery
Maryborough Cemetery
 
 
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Mays Hill Cemetery
Mays Hill Cemetery
Copied in part from "The Parramatta Cemeteries - MAYS HILL" by Judith Dunn and published by Parramatta and District Historical Society.
"Mays Hill Cemetery is in reality two distinct cemeteries appropriated for the Presbyterians and Baptists of the Parramatta area in 1839 and 1849 respectively. They were deliberately situated just outside the town boundary near the top of Mays Hill ridge in a sparsely populated area, yet within reasonable reach of the local inhabitants.............
The first entry in the Presbyterian burial register is Elizabeth McKay, abode George and Church Streets, died 9th October 1843 aged 34 years......Her profession was listed as publican (her husband's profession)..........The impressive family memorial still stands and is indicative of their position in Parramatta society........Her husband, John McKay, was valet to Governor Gipps but left his employ and became licensee of Richard Rouse's Australian Arms Inn.........
The first entry in the Baptist burial register is William Hopkins Carey, buried 25th September 1852 aged 22years. This is curious as he was not buried in Mays Hill but in the Independent section of the Devonshire Street cemetery, now the site of Central Station, Sydney. A memorial service was however, held for him in Parramatta. William Carey was, despite his young age, a highly regarded Minister to the Baptist community and his death was a critical event in the early history of the church. Through a quirk of fate William was eventually re-interred in Mays Hill when Devonshire Street cemetery was demolished to make way for the railway, In this manner his headstone is the oldest in the cemetery but was erected elsewhere first.
The earliest memorial to be erected in the Baptist Cemetery records the second burial in the register, Arthur Stapleton, a child of sixteen months who died on 8th December 1853. 
 
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Meonstoke, Mangorei, New Plymouth, NZ
Meonstoke, Mangorei, New Plymouth, NZ
This is a post card photo.
I think the house would of been the same house the glass houses are probably newer, the land possibly
the paddocks you see and goes to theleft of the photo down to the river.
Everyone stops at the top of the hillmain road to take photos of Mt Egmont (Mt Taranaki). 
 
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Millbank Prison, Westminster, Middlesex
Millbank Prison, Westminster, Middlesex
 
 
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Milleewa
Milleewa
 
 
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Millewah built by Nicholas Eagar at Ashfield, Sydney in 1860
Millewah built by Nicholas Eagar at Ashfield, Sydney in 1860
 
 
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Mitta Mitta
Mitta Mitta
Early Morning (Postcard) 
 
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Mitta Mitta
Mitta Mitta
1906 
 
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Mitta Mitta Anglican Cemetery
Mitta Mitta Anglican Cemetery
Also known as: St Stephens Cemetery 
 
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Mitta Mitta Anglican Cemetery
Mitta Mitta Anglican Cemetery
Also known as: St Stephens Cemetery 
 
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Mitta Mitta in the early days
Mitta Mitta in the early days
From Mitta Mitta: from the early pioneer days, by S A Colquhoun 
 
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Mitta Mitta township
Mitta Mitta township
Showing the Laurel Hotel & the General Store. 
 
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Mitta Mitta valley
Mitta Mitta valley
A view up the Mitta Mitta valley from the lookout just past Eskdale. 
 
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Narrandera Public School
Narrandera Public School
 
 
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Newhaven Cemetery
Newhaven Cemetery
Source: cwgc,org 
 
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Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea, Hampshire
Newlands Manor, Milford on Sea, Hampshire
 
 
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Noraville Cemetery
Noraville Cemetery
Noraville Cemetery

This general cemetery was opened in 1869.
The cemetery is divided into eight sections:
A large general lawn area
A Jewish section, which is also lawn with two concrete beams    
Roman Catholic, Methodist, Church of England and Presbyterian sections, which contain old-style grave sites    
A small General area and a Salvation Army section.   
 
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Nordelph Holy Trinity
Nordelph Holy Trinity
Nordelph parish was created from parts of several west Norfolk parishes including Downham Market, Denver & Upwell. The village sits at the junction of two important Fenland drains, Well Creek and Popham's Eau. The village is very much strip development on the banks of these two drains where the B1094 meets the A1122 approximately 4 miles south-west of Downham Market.

Holy Trinity is not the most attractive of Norfolk's churches these days. The basic box-like construction is more reminiscent of chapels rather than grand Anglican churches. The church has also suffered from the instability of the Fenland soil and is today (2010) sealed and closed as a dangerous building. 
 
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Nordelph, Norfolk
Nordelph, Norfolk
Village sign 
 
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North Sheen Cemetery
North Sheen Cemetery
 
 
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Notes from the Baptism register
Notes from the Baptism register
Notes about the demolition & rebuilding of the church from the baptismal register of 1812 
 
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Nunns-Ridgway House
Nunns-Ridgway House
Built c1845. Robert Nunns built this home at approximately 128 Main Street. By 1874 the house was owned by Phebe Ridgway. The house, which stood between the present Setauket School and the Emma S. Clark Memorial Library, was torn down around 1954.

Source: The Setaukets, Old Field and Poquott by Three Village Historical Society 
 
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Oakland Farm Cottages, Chigwell, Essex
Oakland Farm Cottages, Chigwell, Essex
 
 
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Old Farm Hill Cemetery
Old Farm Hill Cemetery
 
 
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Paddington Cemetery
Paddington Cemetery
 
 
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Parish Church of St George in the East
Parish Church of St George in the East
St. George in the East is situated immediately east of Whitechapel, between Stepney, Shadwell and Wapping. The church of St. George in the East with its 160 ft tower, was built in 1714-29 to the designs of Nicholas Hawksmoor, and created a separate parish from Stepney. In 1886 the churchyard was landscaped as a public garden. The interior of the church was severely damaged by incendiaries in May 1941, a temporary building serving the parish until being rebuilt in 1960. 
 
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Parish Church of St George in the East
Parish Church of St George in the East
St. George in the East is situated immediately east of Whitechapel, between Stepney, Shadwell and Wapping. The church of St. George in the East with its 160 ft tower, was built in 1714-29 to the designs of Nicholas Hawksmoor, and created a separate parish from Stepney. In 1886 the churchyard was landscaped as a public garden. The interior of the church was severely damaged by incendiaries in May 1941, a temporary building serving the parish until being rebuilt in 1960. 
 
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Parish Church of St George in the East
Parish Church of St George in the East
St. George in the East is situated immediately east of Whitechapel, between Stepney, Shadwell and Wapping. The church of St. George in the East with its 160 ft tower, was built in 1714-29 to the designs of Nicholas Hawksmoor, and created a separate parish from Stepney. In 1886 the churchyard was landscaped as a public garden. The interior of the church was severely damaged by incendiaries in May 1941, a temporary building serving the parish until being rebuilt in 1960. 
 
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Parish Church of St Laurence
Parish Church of St Laurence
 
 
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Parish Church, All Saints, Doddinghurst, Essex
Parish Church, All Saints, Doddinghurst, Essex
Courtesy www.essexchurches.com 
 
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Parish Church, All Saints, East Horndon, Essex
Parish Church, All Saints, East Horndon, Essex
Courtesy www.essexchurches.info 
 
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Parish Church, Christian Malford, Wiltshire
Parish Church, Christian Malford, Wiltshire
D & M Ball
http://www.oodwooc.co.uk/web_pics/cmalford/ChrMal01.jpg 
 
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Parish Church, Holy Trinity, Barking Road, Canning Town, Essex
Parish Church, Holy Trinity, Barking Road, Canning Town, Essex
Built in 1867, it was damaged by bombing in 1941 but restored and reopened in 1942. The church closed in 1948 and was later demolished. 
 
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Parish Church, St Nicholas, Kelvedon Hatch, Essex
Parish Church, St Nicholas, Kelvedon Hatch, Essex
Courtesy of www.essexchurches.info 
 
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Parish Church, Walpole St Peter, Norfolk
Parish Church, Walpole St Peter, Norfolk
 
 
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Parish of St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
Parish of St Andrew the Less, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/4378395 
 
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Peak Hill Cemetery
Peak Hill Cemetery
 
 
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Peckham House Lunatic Asylum
Peckham House Lunatic Asylum
Residents of Mott's establishments would have a meagre diet, for example dinner, on alternate days, at Peckham was officially 'meat, potatoes and bread' and 'soup and bread' ('The soup is made from the liquor in which the meat for the whole establishment is boiled the previous day, together with all the bones, with the addition of barley, pease, and green vegetables'). The seventh day was 'Irish stew and bread'. The quantity of meat used was not stated. But there were numerous complaints of short measure, poor quality, fraud and false accounting. In October 1829 an official inspection found 'the pea soup distributed to the paupers to be sour, of bad quality in other respects, nor do they conceive the bread which they saw given with it was in sufficient quantity'. In 1830 the kitchen was 'extremely dirty ' wholly insufficient in size ' the persons employed in it ' slovenly and the utensils bad.'
Source: www.vauxhallsociety.org.u 
 
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Peckham House Lunatic Asylum location
Peckham House Lunatic Asylum location
1862 map by Edward Weller shows Peckham House on land east of Lyndhurst Road that nowadays appears to be occupied by a school. 
 
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Pennant Hills Cemetery
Pennant Hills Cemetery
 
 
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Pinegrove Memorial Park
Pinegrove Memorial Park
 
 
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Ploegsteert Cemetery
Ploegsteert Cemetery
 
 
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Ploegsteert Cemetery
Ploegsteert Cemetery
 
 
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R S Young
R S Young
Ron & Ivy owned the General Store at Toolern Vale
Courtsey http://www.oldgenes.net 
 
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Rabaul Memorial
Rabaul Memorial
 
 
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Rainham Cemetery, Upminster Road North, Rainham
Rainham Cemetery, Upminster Road North, Rainham
 
 
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Rainham Church
Rainham Church
1909 or 1929 (probably 1909) 
 
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Rainham Church and The Broadway
Rainham Church and The Broadway
Although Rainham Broadway was merely a dusty, open space in 1895 it was already the focal point of Rainham. 
 
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Rainham Church and The Broadway
Rainham Church and The Broadway
Although Rainham Broadway was merely a dusty, open space in 1895 it was already the focal point of Rainham. 
 
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Rainham, early 1900s.
Rainham, early 1900s.
Rainham in the early 1900s and the village had still not lost its medieval layout. 
 
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Rainham, early 1900s.
Rainham, early 1900s.
Rainham in the early 1900s and the village had still not lost its medieval layout. 
 
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Rookery Farm, Dagenham, Essex
Rookery Farm, Dagenham, Essex
 
 
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Rookery Farm, Dagenham, Essex
Rookery Farm, Dagenham, Essex
 
 
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Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
 
 
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Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
 
 
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Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, New South Wales, Australia
 
 
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Rose Lane, Ratcliff
Rose Lane, Ratcliff
Courtsey of Ordnance Survey Maps 
 
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Rougemont Hotel, Queen Street, Exeter
Rougemont Hotel, Queen Street, Exeter
 The Rougemont Hotel, circa 1880. The area opposite, that is now Central Station, was a park until the 1930's.

Source: http://www.exetermemories.co.uk/em/_pubs/rougemont.php 
 
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Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Queen Alexandra visiting the church in August 1903. This is possibly the earliest photograph of a royal visit to the East End, although the Queen, who was a patron of the Royal London Hospital, made several vists there later. Courtesy: A century of the East End. 
 
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Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Queen Alexandra visiting the church in August 1903. This is possibly the earliest photograph of a royal visit to the East End, although the Queen, who was a patron of the Royal London Hospital, made several vists there later. Courtesy: A century of the East End. 
 
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Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Royal visit to church of St George's in the East
Queen Alexandra visiting the church in August 1903. This is possibly the earliest photograph of a royal visit to the East End, although the Queen, who was a patron of the Royal London Hospital, made several vists there later. Courtesy: A century of the East End. 
 
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Runnymede Memorial
Runnymede Memorial
The Air Forces Memorial at Runnymede commemorates by name over 20,000 airmen who were lost in the Second World War during operations from bases in the United Kingdom and North and Western Europe, and who have no known graves. They served in Bomber, Fighter, Coastal, Transport, Flying Training and Maintenance Commands, and came from all parts of the Commonwealth. Some were from countries in continental Europe which had been overrun but whose airmen continued to fight in the ranks of the Royal Air Force. The memorial was designed by Sir Edward Maufe with sculpture by Vernon Hill. The engraved glass and painted ceilings were designed by John Hutton and the poem engraved on the gallery window was written by Paul H Scott. 
 
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Serpent's Hall, South Weald, Essex
Serpent's Hall, South Weald, Essex
Now pulled down. Courtesy of Essex Record Office. 
 
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Setauket Rubber Factory
Setauket Rubber Factory
Known as the 'upper' rubber factory, this building was located across from the current North Fork Bank at approximately 46 Route 25A. This area was known locally as 'Chicken Hill'. The factory was founded as the Nunns and Clark Piano Factory before the Civil War and then it was occupied by the rubber company.

Source: The Setaukets, Old Field and Poquott by Three Village Historical Society
 
 
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Shipley Colliery
Shipley Colliery
Shipley Woodside from pit yard off first Pit Lane
http://www.healeyhero.co.uk/rescue/Collection/Colin_Pounder/Shipley.html 
 
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Shipley Colliery
Shipley Colliery
As it is now
http://www.healeyhero.co.uk/rescue/Collection/Colin_Pounder/Shipley.html 
 
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Shipley Colliery Offices
Shipley Colliery Offices
http://www.healeyhero.co.uk/rescue/Collection/Colin_Pounder/Shipley.html 
 
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South Metropolitan (West Norwood) Cemetery
South Metropolitan (West Norwood) Cemetery
Source: http://www.lambeth.gov.uk/cemetery/ 
 
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South View Road, Hunslet
South View Road, Hunslet
Four back-to-back properties on South View Road, numbers run from 1 to 7, left to right. The front gardens of these houses form a triangular shape. Due for demolition in line with city wide slum clearance plans. 
 
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Sparta Cemetery
Sparta Cemetery
50 Revolutionary Road
Ossining
Westchester County
New York  USA 
 
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Springcreek Cemetery, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Springcreek Cemetery, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
 
 
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St  James Church, Heyshott, West Sussex
St James Church, Heyshott, West Sussex
 
 
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St Andrew Undershaft
St Andrew Undershaft
 
 
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St Andrew, Holborn
St Andrew, Holborn
Architect(s) Sir Christopher Wren
Style Baroque 
 
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St Andrew, Holborn
St Andrew, Holborn
Architect(s) Sir Christopher Wren
Style Baroque 
 
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St Andrew, Holborn
St Andrew, Holborn
Architect(s) Sir Christopher Wren
Style Baroque 
 
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St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
St Andrew-by-the-Wardrobe
 
 
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St Benet, Paul's Wharf, City of London
St Benet, Paul's Wharf, City of London
 
 
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St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
 
 
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St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
 
 
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St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
St Dunstan's Church, Stepney, London
 
 
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St Dunstan's in 1797
St Dunstan's in 1797
 
 
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St Dunstan's in 1797
St Dunstan's in 1797
 
 
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St Dunstan's in 1797
St Dunstan's in 1797
 
 
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St James Old Cathedral, West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
St James Old Cathedral, West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Copyright State Library of Victoria 
 
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St John & St Giles, Great Easton, Essex
St John & St Giles, Great Easton, Essex
 
 
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St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex
St John the Baptist, Loughton, Essex
 
 
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St Lawrence Jewry, City of London
St Lawrence Jewry, City of London
 
 
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St Luke's Church 1881
St Luke's Church 1881
View looking south-east towards St. Luke's Church and Norwood Cemetery (seen on its left).

In the foreground is the London Brighton South Coast railway line and houses along Bloom Grove. The Crystal Palace with its two towers is just visible in the distance. 
 
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St Luke's Church, West Norwood, Lambeth 1825
St Luke's Church, West Norwood, Lambeth 1825
 
 
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St Mary's A.D.S. Cemetery, Haisnes, France
St Mary's A.D.S. Cemetery, Haisnes, France
 
 
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St Mary's Church, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
St Mary's Church, Ilkeston, Derbyshire
by D Needham

Erewash Museum collection
Source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/yourpaintings/paintings/st-marys-church-ilkeston-derbyshire-61337 
 
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St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
 
 
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St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
St Mary's Parish Church, Whitkirk, Yorkshire
Doorway 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Mary's, Walthamstow
St Mary's, Walthamstow
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
St Matthew's Church, Bethnal Green
 
 
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St Olave Hart Street, City of London
St Olave Hart Street, City of London
Courtesy of wikipedia 
 
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St Pancras Cemetery, 278 High Road, East Finchley. London N2
St Pancras Cemetery, 278 High Road, East Finchley. London N2
St Pancras Cemetery has a traditional style with a mixture of old and new graves. It was established in 1854, the burial chapel was built in 1854. All burial services are held in the Islington burial chapel.
The cemetery is surrounded by lawns with flower beds and many mature specimen trees. The cemetery has a selection of grave sites, for both earthen burial and special graves for cremated remains. We have also introduced vaults and mausolea. 
 
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St Pancras Old Church in 1815
St Pancras Old Church in 1815
Courtesy wikipedia 
 
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St Paul's Church, Bentley Common, Essex
St Paul's Church, Bentley Common, Essex
 
 
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St Paul, Bunhill Row, Finsbury, Middlesex
St Paul, Bunhill Row, Finsbury, Middlesex
 
 
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St Peter's Cemetery, London, Ontario, Canada
St Peter's Cemetery, London, Ontario, Canada
Street Address: 806 Victoria St
Community: London
Township: London Township
Locality: Middlesex County
Municipality: London
Province: ON
GPS: 43.013497,-81.2306

Registered to* St. Peter's Basilica Cemetery. 
 
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St Peter's London Docks
St Peter's London Docks
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 
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St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
St Swithin's Parish Church, Walcot, Bath
 
 

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