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10 Kinsale Road, Peckham Rye
10 Kinsale Road, Peckham Rye
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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18 Lessness Park, Belvedere
18 Lessness Park, Belvedere
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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19 Dylways, Denmark Hill, Camberwell
19 Dylways, Denmark Hill, Camberwell
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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225 Upland Road, East Dulwich
225 Upland Road, East Dulwich
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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24-52 Gower Street
24-52 Gower Street
Courtesy of Bradley/Phillips Family Tree (Janet Thomas)
http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/8787641/family?fpid=-894037527
 
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3 Byers Terrace, Dilton Marsh, Westbury, Wiltshire, England
3 Byers Terrace, Dilton Marsh, Westbury, Wiltshire, England
Home of Sarah Ann Barclay (nee Chalk) and where Joyce Winifred Henderson and John Ingram were born.
Courtesy of Tricia Chesterman.
 
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38 Fairhazel Gardens, Hampstead, London
38 Fairhazel Gardens, Hampstead, London
This is where the family were living for the 1901 Census.

Original photo from Evans Family Tree.
 
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5 Gower Street 28 06 23
5 Gower Street 28 06 23
I have no idea who this is!
 
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5 Ruskin Road, Belvedere
5 Ruskin Road, Belvedere
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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99 Landels Road, Dulwich
99 Landels Road, Dulwich
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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A Back Garden in Nichol Street
A Back Garden in Nichol Street
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Nichol
 
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A Birthday Token (back)
A Birthday Token (back)
A Birthday Token. Just this simple token take, 'Tis sent to you for friendship's sake, Happy may your birthday be, Many another may you see.
Birmingham, 9.15PM, 31 May 1914
Mrs. A. Hatton, 4c/6H Great Russell Street, Birmingham.
Wishing you all good wishes for your birthday. Much Love, Elsie.
Ok, so who were Mrs. A. Hatton and Elsie?
 
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A Birthday Token (front)
A Birthday Token (front)
A Birthday Token. Just this simple token take, 'Tis sent to you for friendship's sake, Happy may your birthday be, Many another may you see.
Birmingham, 9.15PM, 31 May 1914
Mrs. A. Hatton, 4c/6H Great Russell Street, Birmingham.
Wishing you all good wishes for your birthday. Much Love, Elsie.
Ok, so who were Mrs. A. Hatton and Elsie?
 
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A Birthday Wish 1 (back)
A Birthday Wish 1 (back)
A Birthday Wish. Only a wish fond and tender, Only a greeting that's true, Straight from the heart of the sender, Memory's message to you.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Mother, Just a P.C. wishing you many happy returns with Love From Dolly. xxxxx
Mother was Eliza Barker (nee Farley) and Dolly was, of course, Leah.
 
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A Birthday Wish 1 (front)
A Birthday Wish 1 (front)
A Birthday Wish. Only a wish fond and tender, Only a greeting that's true, Straight from the heart of the sender, Memory's message to you.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Mother, Just a P.C. wishing you many happy returns with Love From Dolly. xxxxx
Mother was Eliza Barker (nee Farley) and Dolly was, of course, Leah.
 
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A Birthday Wish 2 (back)
A Birthday Wish 2 (back)
A Birthday Wish for my dear Son.
This post card I am sending, To greet this happy day, To wish for you my darling Son, The best of joy all way, And in the days to follow, Your heart be blithe and gay.
11 Gower Street, Lozells.
Dear Phill, Just a pc wishing you many happy returns of the Day. Hoping you will live to see many more. With Best Love from Mother and Dad. xxxxxx
Phill was Philip Henry Barker (9 Feb 1897), Mother and Dad were George Edwin and Eliza Barker.
 
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A Birthday Wish 2 (front)
A Birthday Wish 2 (front)
A Birthday Wish for my dear Son.
This post card I am sending, To greet this happy day, To wish for you my darling Son, The best of joy all way, And in the days to follow, Your heart be blithe and gay.
11 Gower Street, Lozells.
Dear Phill, Just a pc wishing you many happy returns of the Day. Hoping you will live to see many more. With Best Love from Mother and Dad. xxxxxx
Phill was Philip Henry Barker (9 Feb 1897), Mother and Dad were George Edwin and Eliza Barker.
 
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A Cellar Dwelling in Nichol Street
A Cellar Dwelling in Nichol Street
Courtesy of Anna Rowe and wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Nichol
http://www.mernick.org.uk//thhol/p_oldni2.html, PD-US, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=27435831
 
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A Cellar Dwelling in Nichol Street
A Cellar Dwelling in Nichol Street
Courtesy of Anna Rowe and wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Old_Nichol
http://www.mernick.org.uk//thhol/p_oldni2.html, PD-US, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=27435831
 
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A Chilly Philly
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
 
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A Christmas Party
A Christmas Party
Permanent link to this item

https://paperspast.natlib.govt.nz/newspapers/EP19310226.2.116
Bibliographic details

A CHRISTMAS PARTY, Evening Post, Volume CXI, Issue 48, 26 February 1931
Word Count
442
 
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A Happy Birthday (back)
A Happy Birthday (back)
A Happy Birthday. Remembrance. Remembrance prompts the warm and kindly wish I'm sending for your Birthday, dear, to-day, That every good thing, all life's sweetest gifts May be with you and brighten all the way: May blessings crown each happy day anew, And Joy's golden sunlight smile on you. Willmer.
Birmingham, 6.AM, 18 Jul 1917
Miss D. Barker, c/o Mr. Farrer, 170 Edmond Street, Birmingham.
Dear Dolly, Just a few lines to wish you many happy returns of the day. From Mrs. C. Trett xxxxx
 
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A Happy Birthday (front)
A Happy Birthday (front)
A Happy Birthday. Remembrance. Remembrance prompts the warm and kindly wish I'm sending for your Birthday, dear, to-day, That every good thing, all life's sweetest gifts May be with you and brighten all the way: May blessings crown each happy day anew, And Joy's golden sunlight smile on you. Willmer.
Birmingham, 6.AM, 18 Jul 1917
Miss D. Barker, c/o Mr. Farrer, 170 Edmond Street, Birmingham.
Dear Dolly, Just a few lines to wish you many happy returns of the day. From Mrs. C. Trett xxxxx
 
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A Happy Birthday 2 (back)
A Happy Birthday 2 (back)
A happy Birthday. The warmest of good wishes, I send with this card today.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Mrs. Barker, just a card to wish you many happy returns of the day. With love from Mrs. Hall x
Mrs Barker was probably great-grandmother Eliza (nee Farley). Mrs. Hall? Who knows?
Alfred Hall married Emma Edmonds in 1872 and they had 8 children. Mrs. Hall could be Emma or one of the wives of the three sons...
 
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A Happy Birthday 2 (front)
A Happy Birthday 2 (front)
A happy Birthday. The warmest of good wishes, I send with this card today.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Mrs. Barker, just a card to wish you many happy returns of the day. With love from Mrs. Hall x
Mrs Barker was probably great-grandmother Eliza (nee Farley). Mrs. Hall? Who knows?
Alfred Hall married Emma Edmonds in 1872 and they had 8 children. Mrs. Hall could be Emma or one of the wives of the three sons...
 
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A Happy Birthday 3 (back)
A Happy Birthday 3 (back)
A happy Birthday. Joyous be your Birthday, Bright as summer hours.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Phil, just a P.C. wishing you many happy returns. With love Mrs. Hall.
Philip Henry Barker? For Mrs. Hall see above.
 
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A Happy Birthday 3 (front)
A Happy Birthday 3 (front)
A happy Birthday. Joyous be your Birthday, Bright as summer hours.
No stamp or postmark.
Dear Phil, just a P.C. wishing you many happy returns. With love Mrs. Hall.
Philip Henry Barker? For Mrs. Hall see above.
 
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A Happy Birthday 4 (back)
A Happy Birthday 4 (back)
A Happy Birthday
Birthday Greetings I send to you my dear May gladness surround you the whole of the year.
Birmingham, 5.30PM, 17 Jul 1915
Miss L. Barker, No. 11 Gower St., Lozzells, Bham.
Dear Dollie, Just a simple P.C. sent in a Simple way to show that I have not forgotten you on this your Natal Day. With all Good Wishes For Your Birthday Mrs. HATTON.
Miss L./Dollie was Leah. Mrs. Hatton was ...??
 
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A Happy Birthday 4 (front)
A Happy Birthday 4 (front)
A Happy Birthday
Birthday Greetings I send to you my dear May gladness surround you the whole of the year.
Birmingham, 5.30PM, 17 Jul 1915
Miss L. Barker, No. 11 Gower St., Lozzells, Bham.
Dear Dollie, Just a simple P.C. sent in a Simple way to show that I have not forgotten you on this your Natal Day. With all Good Wishes For Your Birthday Mrs. HATTON.
Miss L./Dollie was Leah. Mrs. Hatton was ...??
 
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A Loving Greeting (back)
A Loving Greeting (back)
A Loving Greeting
Greeting fond and wishes true Speed this token dear to you.
Colchester, 10AM, 18 May 1915
Mrs. Ball, 11 Gower Street, Lozells, Birmingham.
Tuesday. My Dear Wife, I am sending you this P.C. hoping this will be there as soon as the letter. Well Cis I am writing this to tell you I am going to stop at the same house as I have been stoping. So still write here take no notice of that address what on the letter Cis the new house I was going into was the worst house I have ever been in. Talk about the houses in ??? Street down there was not in it. So I shall have to make myself contented here. Your Ever Loving Husband Jack. xxxxxxx Don't forget Cis, keep to the same address. 64 Lisle Road.
Mrs. Ball, Cis, was Esther (nee Barker) and Jack was Thomas John Ball.
 
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A Loving Greeting (front)
A Loving Greeting (front)
A Loving Greeting
Greeting fond and wishes true Speed this token dear to you.
Colchester, 10AM, 18 May 1915
Mrs. Ball, 11 Gower Street, Lozells, Birmingham.
Tuesday. My Dear Wife, I am sending you this P.C. hoping this will be there as soon as the letter. Well Cis I am writing this to tell you I am going to stop at the same house as I have been stoping. So still write here take no notice of that address what on the letter Cis the new house I was going into was the worst house I have ever been in. Talk about the houses in ??? Street down there was not in it. So I shall have to make myself contented here. Your Ever Loving Husband Jack. xxxxxxx Don't forget Cis, keep to the same address. 64 Lisle Road.
Mrs. Ball, Cis, was Esther (nee Barker) and Jack was Thomas John Ball.
 
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A Wayside Cottage (back)
A Wayside Cottage (back)
No stamp or postmark
Dear Phil, I am glad you got there all right Victor says they received your postcard I hope you have a good time while you are over there. I suppose you have found some nice girls over there. With best love Mrs. Ellis.
If Phil was Philip Henry Barker was Mrs. Ellis Sarah Ann (nee Hall), the mother of our grandfather, Tom? Victor could have been Victor George Harold Barker, our granduncle.
 
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A Wayside Cottage (front)
A Wayside Cottage (front)
No stamp or postmark
Dear Phil, I am glad you got there all right Victor says they received your postcard I hope you have a good time while you are over there. I suppose you have found some nice girls over there. With best love Mrs. Ellis.
If Phil was Philip Henry Barker was Mrs. Ellis Sarah Ann (nee Hall), the mother of our grandfather, Tom? Victor could have been Victor George Harold Barker, our granduncle.
 
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A. W. Hunton
A. W. Hunton
 
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A425RX
A425RX
I have no idea about this!
 
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Aberdovey Football Team
Aberdovey Football Team
 
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Abington Park, (The Bandstand), Northampton (back)
Abington Park, (The Bandstand), Northampton (back)
Abington Park, The Band Stand, Northampton.
Northampton, 5.30, 5 Mar 1915
Miss D. Barker, 11 Gower Street, Lozells
Dear Dollie, Just a pc to let you know I am still in the pink.I was glad to get your pc this morning. I have wrote to Mr. Mace today. What do you think of this pc. We have been all through this park today. We have called and seen Charl is dad at work and how is mum ??? and all the children are you all well. Doll it is a treat of a place here you ought to be here it is fine. Tell the girls I am in the pink. I am doing the Lady now. With love from Sis and Jack xxx
Dollie was Leah, Sis (or Cis) was her sister Esther, and Jack was Thomas John Ball. Thomas and Esther married 18 Feb 1915 so perhaps they were on honeymoon?
 
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Abington Park, (The Bandstand), Northampton (front)
Abington Park, (The Bandstand), Northampton (front)
Abington Park, The Band Stand, Northampton.
Northampton, 5.30, 5 Mar 1915
Miss D. Barker, 11 Gower Street, Lozells
Dear Dollie, Just a pc to let you know I am still in the pink.I was glad to get your pc this morning. I have wrote to Mr. Mace today. What do you think of this pc. We have been all through this park today. We have called and seen Charl is dad at work and how is mum ??? and all the children are you all well. Doll it is a treat of a place here you ought to be here it is fine. Tell the girls I am in the pink. I am doing the Lady now. With love from Sis and Jack xxx
Dollie was Leah, Sis (or Cis) was her sister Esther, and Jack was Thomas John Ball. Thomas and Esther married 18 Feb 1915 so perhaps they were on honeymoon?
 
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Abraham George Chalk and Annie Miller
Abraham George Chalk and Annie Miller
Courtesy of Tricia Chesterman
 
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Abraham George Chalk, Annie Miller and family
Abraham George Chalk, Annie Miller and family
Courtesy of Tricia Chesterman
 
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Abrham CHALK (82932)
Abrham CHALK (82932)
Courtesy of Tricia Chesterman
 
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Ada Eliza Louisa Rowe nee Gardner (90060)
Ada Eliza Louisa Rowe nee Gardner (90060)
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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Ada Eliza Louisa Rowe nee Gardner (90060)
Ada Eliza Louisa Rowe nee Gardner (90060)
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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Addington Parish Church, Near Croyden
Addington Parish Church, Near Croyden
Courtesy of Anna Rowe
 
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Admiral George Byng 1st Viscount Torrington
Admiral George Byng 1st Viscount Torrington
Courtesy of Aidan Bucknall
 
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Aerial Railway (back)
Aerial Railway (back)
Aerial Railway Clee Hall, Cleobury Mortimer
Cleobury Mortimer, 7PM, 23 Dec 1910
Mr. T. Ellis, 17 Ct. 3 House, New John Street West, Birmingham.
Neen Savage, Cleobury Mortimer, Dec 22nd 1910.
Dear friend, I hope you will have a nice Xmas. I expect you are getting quite a young man by now, I would feel insulted to be called "Little Tom". With kind remembrances from E. E. Baxter. Am hoping to be in B'ham for a few days soon.
T. Ellis was, of course, grandad Tom. E. E. Baxter? Who knows?
 
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Aerial Railway (front)
Aerial Railway (front)
Aerial Railway Clee Hall, Cleobury Mortimer
Cleobury Mortimer, 7PM, 23 Dec 1910
Mr. T. Ellis, 17 Ct. 3 House, New John Street West, Birmingham.
Neen Savage, Cleobury Mortimer, Dec 22nd 1910.
Dear friend, I hope you will have a nice Xmas. I expect you are getting quite a young man by now, I would feel insulted to be called "Little Tom". With kind remembrances from E. E. Baxter. Am hoping to be in B'ham for a few days soon.
T. Ellis was, of course, grandad Tom. E. E. Baxter? Who knows?
 
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After dinner party ...
After dinner party ...
 
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Agatha Agnes RAMSAY nee SCOTT (8878)
Agatha Agnes RAMSAY nee SCOTT (8878)
Courtesy of Paul Ramsay
 
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Agnas Evangeline New (107442)
Agnas Evangeline New (107442)
Courtesy of Pam Maidment
 

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