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Eugenia E Baker
Eugenia E Baker
 
 
102
Euginia E Baker
Euginia E Baker
 
 
103
Euginie Bouldstridge and William Jennings Smith
Euginie Bouldstridge and William Jennings Smith
 
 
104
Evelyn Hewins neé Hill
Evelyn Hewins neé Hill
 
 
105
Fred Bouldstridge
Fred Bouldstridge
 
 
106
George Brookes Parsons and Thirza
George Brookes Parsons and Thirza
 
 
107
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 Tonks Parsons
George Tonks Parsons
 
 
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Ginny
Ginny
 
 
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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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Handsworth - Saint Mary's
Handsworth - Saint Mary's
Ancient Parish Church Handsworth Birmingham 
 
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Handsworth - St Michael
Handsworth - St Michael
Parish Church 
 
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Hannah Bolstridge
Hannah Bolstridge
Undated photo labeled Hannah Emery (nee Bolstridge) from Stretton archives. 
 
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Hannah Bolstridge portrait
Hannah Bolstridge portrait
 
 
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Harriet Bolstridge
Harriet Bolstridge
 
 
119
Harriet Bolstridge and Son William Oliver Meakin Bolstridge
Harriet Bolstridge and Son William Oliver Meakin Bolstridge
 
 
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Harriet Rhoden neé Hill
Harriet Rhoden neé Hill
 
 
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Harriet_Emery
Harriet_Emery
 
 
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Harry Emery
Harry Emery
Harry Emery on an unknown submarine during WW1. He was lost at sea with the crew of HM Submarine E37 on 3 Dec 1916. 
 
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Harry Emery Commemorative Scroll
Harry Emery Commemorative Scroll
Coommemorative Scroll given to John and Hannah Emery relating to the death of Harry Emery 
 
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Harry Gulliver
Harry Gulliver
 
 
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Harry Hewins
Harry Hewins
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Henry Benjamin Bouldstridge
Henry Benjamin Bouldstridge
12th Lancer uniform 
 
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Henry Boulstridge
Henry Boulstridge
 
 
129
Henry's daughters
Henry's daughters
Emma,Joyce,Gert,Doris,Ethel and Margaret 
 
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Horace Gulliver
Horace Gulliver
 
 
131
Ibstock Town
Ibstock Town
A 1916 postcard 
 
132
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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Ivy Gulliver nee Griffiths
Ivy Gulliver nee Griffiths
 
 
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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
 
 
137
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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John Gulliver
John Gulliver
 
 
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John Gulliver
John Gulliver
Self (in shorts) and friend standing on about 4 ton of clay ready for rain to wash down on my claim rough country 
 
142
Joseph & Phoebe Wagstaffe
Joseph & Phoebe Wagstaffe
 
 
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Joseph Peet and Harriet nee Bolstridge
Joseph Peet and Harriet nee Bolstridge
 
 
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Joseph W E Duffield
Joseph W E Duffield
 
 
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Joseph Wagstaffe abt 1958
Joseph Wagstaffe abt 1958
 
 
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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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