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Old 06-02-13, 11:45
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Harry Gustavus Tivers taken in the 1920s. My maternal grandfather.

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This is my paternal grandfather (second right, at the back) George Charles Burchill (1880-1951) with some unknown people, though I do wonder if any of the younger children are his.

George was a butcher by trade and lived his whole life in Bristol. He and my grandmother had 14 children whilst his five siblings only managed five children between them!


I'm not sure when this photo was taken. Maybe about 1925 or a bit before?
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My maternal grandfather Edgar Newey 1883-1934

Between 1926 and 1934, outside the Acorn Inn, Needwood, Burton on Trent. They took over the pub in 1926 and he died in 1934. Granny took over the running of the pub after his death and ran it until her death in 1973.

Grandad is on the left and the car is now in the National Brewery Museum in Burton (formerly the Bass Museum)


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Old 07-02-13, 14:22
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Frederick Arthur Brewer 1920's



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My Gt Grandfather George Dwight, Born 1862
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These photos are of Flempton School in Suffolk taken in the late 1920s. My dad Alfred Benjamin (Ben) Marsh is second from the right at the back and my aunt Jeannie Alice (Jean) Marsh is third from the right in front of him.

This was also my primary school and my first teacher had also taught my dad and aunt.



Again, really impressed by the condition of photos that are around ninety years old. To only have minor damage at that age is fantastic.
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My maternal grandmother Florence Carsons, taken on her 21st birthday, 11 March 1921 in Putney, SW London..

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Default Lucy Brewer nee Stanbridge OH's maternal grandmother

Lucy Stanbridge 1902-1986

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Default Mary Ellen Yates nee Barks my paternal grandmother

Mary Ellen Barks 1897-1980

Early 1920's. The necklace is actually a photo of her fiancé at the time. She was engaged before she met my grandfather and apparently dumped him because he embarrassed her whilst in the market as he was commenting on ladies underwear.





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My OH's great grandfather James Williams, his maternal grandmother's father.
Taken in the early 1920s in Culworth, Northamptonshire.



James Williams : 1860 - 1923
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