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Old 02-10-12, 18:11
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My Dad's paternal grandfather, George Washington Kilpatrick, (1859 - 1931), seated left, and his children taken in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada in about 1912.
L to R standing: George Edward (1893 - 1953), Ella May (1901 - 1915), Herbert Alexander (1889 - 1942), William Roy (1897 - 1951), my grandfather.
Seated right is Charles Ralph (1885 - 1955).


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Old 05-10-12, 12:52
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Friends of my gran on holiday at Twickenham, Middlesex. Circa 1912.

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Old 05-10-12, 13:08
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Daniel Charles (Charlie) Philpott was a son-in-law of my great-grandfather, Edwin Flower Mitchell. Charlie and Edwin were both licencees of The Anchor Inn (323 Gloucester Road, Bristol) at various times from the late 1890s onwards - Charlie was the licencee for 40 years! My grandparents, Florence Elizabeth Mitchell and George Charles Burchill met there in 1905 when she was working there as a barmaid and he was a customer!



Though the caption says the bar is currently Bar Oz, it has now been renamed and is "The Anchor".
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Went on the train to visit family in 1911 but couldn't get back to work (presumably because of the train strike?!)
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My Grandfather Arthur Richard Horne, who was killed in action and buried in France.

This is the only photo I have of him in uniform.

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Old 01-11-12, 16:09
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My Grandfather Archibald Campbell Hickton with his sister Nan, probably taken about 1916
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Old 01-11-12, 16:11
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My Grandfather John Leo O'Keefe in the trenches WW1, he is the one sitting down.
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Old 01-11-12, 16:18
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This is Great Aunt Nan (Ann Elizabeth Hickton) again, this time with her husband Harold Lechner, I believe it is their wedding photo, so taken 24 April 1917! How is that for accurate dating.

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Old 01-11-12, 17:28
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My grandfather John CRICKMORE c. 1915/16

He served with the 1st Suffolks during the Boer War & with the 3rd Suffolks & Royal Scots during WWI.

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Old 01-11-12, 19:13
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My husband's great grandfather Joseph Vincent Lucas, served in the RGA from 1915 - 1919



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