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Old 01-03-11, 14:01
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Default Family Photos 1871 - 1880

Please add your photos with the names of those photographed, if known.
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Old 02-03-11, 18:01
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Elizabeth Ann Badcock nee Hawes b1814 Peckham, d1877 288 New Cross Road, Camberwell, wife of William Thomas Badcock, grocer. I was able to visit her house in New Cross, now owned by Goldsmith's College and used by their photography department.

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My great great grandparents, Jame sand Eliza Ketley taken Essex, about 1872.

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Emma Jane Burgess taken in 1874

1850 - 1925

Emma Jane was the first ever female registrar acting as Deputy Superintendant Registrar to her husband.
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This is my great grandmother's season ticket to the Crystal Palace at Sydenham which expired on 30th April 1880



It comes in a little red leather case, inwhich she also kept the newspaper cutting announcing her marriage and a pressed flower.
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Old 07-02-13, 22:46
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Default My great granfather Joseph Hay

This one arrived in the post a few days ago with a note asking who it was, it came down through the Goulson family and has a note on the back "One of the Hays and his mate". The location of the photographer is a massive clue, South Shields. Only one member of my tree has ever been in that area, my great grandfather Joseph Hay. He was in the area during the 1870's, on the research forum it became apparent the photographer was in business during the 1870's so everything points towards just the one possible family member it could be. The question is which chap is mine.

Joseph Hay was born in 1847 so at the time of the photograph he would have been around 30 years old, this suugests the chap on the left is a little old to be Joseph, Joseph was also a master mariner and I feel the bearded chap fits beyyer with this occupation. How did it come down through the Goulson family? Well Joseph is the son of Ann Goulson and after retiring moved to Lincoln where his sister and membrs of the Goulson family lived, that must be how it came to be in the possession of one of the Goulsons.


One of the Hay family plus mate by Glen TK2, on Flickr
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Taken about the time of the wedding of Mary Frizzell to Archibald McKinlay (in 1874 Letterkenny, Donegal), although this photo was taken in Glasgow, where the couple returned to live. They returned to Letterkenny for the birth of their son John (OH's grandfather) and again for the birth of the second daughter, Polly -all other children were born in Scotland. Mary, Archibald and their daughters emigrated to Canada in 1907, while John went first to South Africa and then to Western Australia. Archibald joined his son about 1915 and died in Western Australia in 1922. Mary and the girls remained in Canada and the USA.
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Adelaide Brown nee Barlow, my maternal great-grandmother.



She was born in 1856 at the goldrush township of Tambaroora, NSW, Australia and died at Newtown in Sydney in 1920. This photo was probably taken at Hill End, NSW in about 1878.
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