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Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
 
 
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Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
 
 
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Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
Caroline Hill neé Baldwin
This picture was found in Colne Lancashire 
 
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Caroline Parsons neé Hill
Caroline Parsons neé Hill
 
 
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Caroline Parsons neé Hill
Caroline Parsons neé Hill
 
 
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Caroline Procter neé Hill
Caroline Procter neé Hill
 
 
57
Charles Gisbourne
Charles Gisbourne
 
 
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Chilvers Coton - All Saints
Chilvers Coton - All Saints
Of George Elliot fame the parish Church of Chilvers Coton near Bedworth in 1919. The Church was destroyed by bombs in May 1941 and rebuilt by German POW's. 
 
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Chilvers Coton - All Saints
Chilvers Coton - All Saints
All Saints parish church Chilvers Coton nera Bedworth. Postcard undated but certainly pre-war possibly c. 1920 
 
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Chilvers Coton - All Saints c. 1903
Chilvers Coton - All Saints c. 1903
Parish Church of Chilvers Coton near Bedworth, Shepperton of George Elliot fame. 
 
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Coleshill - High Street
Coleshill - High Street
circa 1905 
 
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Coleshill Parish Church
Coleshill Parish Church
Saint Peter and Saint Paul circa 1905 
 
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Coleshill Parish Church
Coleshill Parish Church
Saint Peter and Saint Paul Coleshill 
 
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Corporal Alix Bolstridge
Corporal Alix Bolstridge
Status: Located; Son of Alice Bolstridge of Ratcliffe Culey 
 
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Coseley - Christ Church
Coseley - Christ Church
Christ Church, Coseley was erected in 1830, of brick, cased in stone, in the plain Gothic style. It's peal of eight bells was added in 1847 the original single bell installed at St James Wednesbury. The perpetual curacy is in the patronage of Lord Ward, and incumbency of the Rev William Ford Vance, MA, who is assisted by two curates.
pp Whites Gazetter 1851
Additional Information D.M.Turley

 
 
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Coventry - Holy Trinity
Coventry - Holy Trinity
The most original medieval church in Coventry. Built on the site of an earlier church in the late 12th century it served the tenants on the northern part of the city, the priory lands. 
 
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Coventry - Saint John's
Coventry - Saint John's
The parish of Saint John was created in 1734 although the origins of the church are much earlier. 
 
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Coventry - Saint Michael's
Coventry - Saint Michael's
Ancient parish church of Coventry. In 1918 it became Coventry's Cathedral only to be destroyed by the German bombs on November 14th 1940. 
 
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Coventry - Saint Michael's the nave.
Coventry - Saint Michael's the nave.
Interior of Coventry Cathedral prior to it's destruction by the nazi raid of Nov 14th 1940. 
 
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Coventry - St Michael (Cathedral)
Coventry - St Michael (Cathedral)
Coventry Cathedral after the blitz in 1940 
 
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Coventry - Three Spires
Coventry - Three Spires
Iconic photo of Coventry's three spires. From left to right Christchurch - Saint Michael's - Holy Trinity. 
 
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David Tonks
David Tonks
 
 
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Derby - Market Street
Derby - Market Street
Market Street Derby at the turn of the century 
 
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Derby Town
Derby Town
Multiview Postcard about 1925 
 
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Doris, Ethel and John
Doris, Ethel and John
 
 
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Dudley - Netherton Saint Andrew's
Dudley - Netherton Saint Andrew's
 
 
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Dudley - Saint Thomas
Dudley - Saint Thomas
Chancel and West Window 
 
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Dudley - Saint Thomas c. 1905
Dudley - Saint Thomas c. 1905
Dudley Parish Church of Saint Thomas, or commonly called Top Church, seen from High Street 
 
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Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist
Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist
Edlingham Parish Church 
 
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Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist
Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist
Edilinham Parish Church 
 
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Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist Interior
Edlingham - Saint John the Baptist Interior
Edlingham Parish Church 
 
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Elizabeth Bolstridge neé Greenwood
Elizabeth Bolstridge neé Greenwood
 
 
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Elizabeth Gulliver neé Duffield
Elizabeth Gulliver neé Duffield
 
 
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Elizabeth Mercy Boulstridge neé Norton
Elizabeth Mercy Boulstridge neé Norton
 
 
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Emily Peet
Emily Peet
 
 
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Evelyn Hewins neé Hill
Evelyn Hewins neé Hill
 
 
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Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record
Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record
 
 
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Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P2
Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P2
 
 
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Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P3
Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P3
 
 
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Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P4
Frederick Charles Parsons Service Record P4
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
Status: Located;  
 
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George Brookes Parsons and Thirza
George Brookes Parsons and Thirza
 
 
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George Brooks Parsons
George Brooks Parsons
 
 
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George Harold Parsons (aged 8)
George Harold Parsons (aged 8)
 
 
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George James Parsons
George James Parsons
Staffs Regiment 
 
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George Parsons
George Parsons
 
 
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George Peck's memories of Stafford Street
George Peck's memories of Stafford Street
This is a fascinating account of how life used to be, and much of what George remembers will seem strange to younger generations. This is George's second article on the website. George Peck's Memories of Sunbeamland is also in the Articles section.

 
 
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George Tonks Parsons
George Tonks Parsons
 
 
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GRO Death Certifcate
GRO Death Certifcate
 
 
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Hampton In Arden - St Mary & St Bartholomew
Hampton In Arden - St Mary & St Bartholomew
As well as the Chapelries at Temple Balsall, Knowle, there were numerous hamlets in the parish, Hockley Heath, Cheswick Green, Whitlock's End, Diddington, Kinwalsey, Nuthurst (became a parish in 1835), Balsall Common, Dorridge, Tidbury Green, Fulford Heath, Wootton Green. 
 

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