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Old 13-05-11, 06:47
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Default 13th May 1914

The post in London in 1914 was almost as efficient as emailing...

Two sisters in service, Florence and Winifred Ingerfield have arranged to meet.



To: Miss Ingerfield, 14 Montague Place, Montague Square, W

"23 Bruton St Dearest Freddie Be sure to come as early as possible on Sunday. Don't be here later than 3 o'clock fond love Flo"
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Old 26-05-11, 16:42
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This is a photo of my great aunt (born 1911) and great uncle (born 1914)

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Old 06-06-11, 18:53
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Postmark Edenbridge 6 Jun 1915 to Miss W Ingerfield, c/o Mrs Medhurst, 117 Ashford Road, Eastbourne

"1 Katherine Villas, Edenbridge Dear Win thankyou for card glad that you got there safe sorry we did not see you before you went tell Jack to give you a big kiss for me do take care of our little Jack don't let him get lost tell him we had a nice little wedding this morning at church give my best love to mother sends her love to you Flo tell Jack he looks just like him from E Laker"
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Old 01-09-11, 20:05
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1 September 1919

Marriage of my paternal grandparents, Jessie Key to Willie Kilpatrick at St Paul's Church, Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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It is the Oliver Whitby Bluecoat School in Chichester, though we don't know why it's in our family (from West Wittering about 7 miles away), nobody recognises anyone in the picture.

It's a postcard style photo with a small rubber stamped label reading "The Westgate Studio, 40 West Street Chichester" on the back. I don' know the date, but would guess between 1910 and 1920.

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Old 01-09-12, 20:16
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This is the Art Studio at Sidcot School, Somerset during WW1. The master standing on the right is my great-grandfather, Henry Robert Clark.

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Old 02-09-12, 19:01
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Thanks Anne


This photo is of Sidcot School under 16s 1913 football team. Front row, far right is my great-uncle, Clifford Stanley Clark. He joined the RFA in 1916 and died whilst in the army of occupation in Cologne in 1919 aged 21.
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Old 22-09-12, 18:50
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Old 02-10-12, 15:43
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This one is of one of the many Bass Brewery trips to either Scarborough or Blackpool I would imagine. Bass paid for their employees for a day trip to the seaside every year. Sometimes almost 20 carriages would leave Burton Station.

I bet there was a few crates of beer aboard.

I have no idea if any family members are amongst them.



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Old 02-10-12, 17:37
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John Boutcher Seldon (1894 - 1914), my husband's paternal grandfather's half brother. Taken about 1912.

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