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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Henry Boulstridge
Henry Boulstridge
 
 
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Henry's daughters
Henry's daughters
Emma,Joyce,Gert,Doris,Ethel and Margaret 
 
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Ibstock Town
Ibstock Town
A 1916 postcard 
 
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Iron and Steel Works Workington
Iron and Steel Works Workington
The Steel works in 1882 at the time it was taken over by Cammel's of Dronfield 
 
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Jack & Lizzie Boulstridge
Jack & Lizzie Boulstridge
 
 
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Jack and Lizzie
Jack and Lizzie
 
 
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Jack Boulstridge
Jack Boulstridge
 
 
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James Duffield - Ironmaster
James Duffield - Ironmaster
James Duffield as Mayor of Workington c. 1910 
 
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John
John
 
 
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John Boulstridge
John Boulstridge
 
 
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Joseph Peet and Harriet nee Bolstridge
Joseph Peet and Harriet nee Bolstridge
 
 
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Kathleen Proctor
Kathleen Proctor
Appears to be a christening robe, shortly before her death 
 
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King's Norton - Saint Nicholas
King's Norton - Saint Nicholas
Parish Church of King's Norton Greater Birmingham 
 
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King's Norton - Saint Nicholas
King's Norton - Saint Nicholas
Parish Church King's Norton Greater Birmingham 
 
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Kingswinford Saint Mary's
Kingswinford Saint Mary's
The parish registers of St Mary, Kingswinford commence in 1603,but Holy Trinity, Wordsley became the parish church in 1832 when the registers were transferred and continued as those for the parish registers.
St Mary, Kingswinford became a chapel of ease and commenced new registers in 1832. Thus the early parish register commencing in 1603 is usually shown as Holy Trinity, Wordsley although it was the register of St Mary from 1603-1831, and St Mary is shown as commencing in 1832.
 
 
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Lavinia Tonks neé Poultney
Lavinia Tonks neé Poultney
 
 
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Lesbury - Saint Mary's
Lesbury - Saint Mary's
Saint Mary's Parish Church 
 
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Lesbury - Saint Mary's
Lesbury - Saint Mary's
Parish Church Lesbury 
 
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Lesbury - Saint Mary's Churchyard
Lesbury - Saint Mary's Churchyard
Lesbury Parish Church  
 
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Lizzie
Lizzie
 
 
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Loughborough - All Saints
Loughborough - All Saints
The Old Parish Church of Loughborough 
 
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Loughborough Cemetery
Loughborough Cemetery
Entrance Gates to Loughborough Cemetery 
 
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Loughborough Cemetery Chapel
Loughborough Cemetery Chapel
 
 
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Loughborough High Street
Loughborough High Street
Turn of the century view of Loughborough High Steet 
 
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Loughborough Leicester Road
Loughborough Leicester Road
To the Left of this picture lies "The Elms". Joseph Parsons was head gardener there for many years. It is now a housing estate. 
 
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Loughborough Market Place
Loughborough Market Place
The Centre of Loughborough in 1911 
 
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Loughbourough
Loughbourough
1906 Postcard 
 
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Lullington - All Saints
Lullington - All Saints
All Saints Parish Church Lullington Derbyshire 
 
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Lullington = All Saints
Lullington = All Saints
All Saints Parish Church Lullington Derby 
 
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Lullington All Saints
Lullington All Saints
All Saints Parish Church Lullington Derby 
 
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Lydia Tonks (neé Downs)
Lydia Tonks (neé Downs)
 
 
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Lyn Gulliver
Lyn Gulliver
School Photograph - Locarno Road Schools 
 
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Lyn Parsons neé Gulliver
Lyn Parsons neé Gulliver
Taken at Ocker Hill in 1960 
 
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Margaret Parsons neé Parsons
Margaret Parsons neé Parsons
 
 
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Maria Tonks neé Wilson Jones
Maria Tonks neé Wilson Jones
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Mary Parsons neé Bolstridge
Mary Parsons neé Bolstridge
 
 
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Melton Mowbray - St Mary inside
Melton Mowbray - St Mary inside
The Magnificent Chancel and Choir 
 
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Melton Mowbray - St Mary The Virgin
Melton Mowbray - St Mary The Virgin
 
 
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Merevale - Our Lady
Merevale - Our Lady
Parish church of Merevale, remains of Merevale Abbey. Covered the extra parochial areas of Orton and Sheepy prior to 1883. 
 
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Meriden - Saint Laurence
Meriden - Saint Laurence
Chancel and nave of this historic church 
 
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Meriden - Saint Laurence
Meriden - Saint Laurence
Meriden Parish church from a postcard dated 1905 
 
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Meriden Village
Meriden Village
THe centre of Meriden Village c. 1905 
 
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Moseley - Saint Mary's
Moseley - Saint Mary's
Parish Church Moseley Birmingham 
 
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Moseley - Saint Mary's
Moseley - Saint Mary's
Parish Church Moseley Birmingham Interior 
 
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Neatherseal
Neatherseal
Main Street adjacent Church 
 
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Netherseal
Netherseal
Netherseal Village Derbyshire 
 
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Netherseal - Saint Peter's
Netherseal - Saint Peter's
Saint Peter's Parish Church Netherseal Derby 
 
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Netherseal - Saint Peter's
Netherseal - Saint Peter's
Saint Peter's Parish Church Netherseal Derby 
 

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