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Resized%20Westway%20Flyover.jpg
Resized%20Westway%20Flyover.jpg
 
 
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RFA Captain
RFA Captain
Insignia of an RFA Captain 
 
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Rice Lake 1
Rice Lake 1
A photo shopped image of the reflections 
 
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Rice Lake 2
Rice Lake 2
The beautiful reflections on the lake 
 
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Robert Learmouth Sandeman (1891 - 1916)
Robert Learmouth Sandeman (1891 - 1916)
The story of Robert who died within days of the end of the Battle of the Somme when he was killed by a German prisoner he was guarding. 
 
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Robert Sandeman
Robert Sandeman
Robert is wearing the kilt and was killed during WW1.  
 
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Rodeo
Rodeo
Trying to stay on the bull wasn't easy ! 
 
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Roger Mayne (photographer)
Roger Mayne (photographer)
Roger Mayne (born 1929 in Cambridge) is an English photographer, most famous for his documentation of the children of Southam Street, London. 
 
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Rowing Club Dinner for Percy
Rowing Club Dinner for Percy
The menu from the Dinner held in honour of Percy Ross in 1901. 
 
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Royal Durban Light Infantry
Royal Durban Light Infantry
Emblem of the Royal Durban Light Infantry
 
 
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Royal Durban Light Infantry
Royal Durban Light Infantry
1st battalion of the Royal Durban Light Infantry  
 
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Rupert Brooke (1887 - 1915)
Rupert Brooke (1887 - 1915)
War poet including "The Soldier" 
 
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Salad
Salad
Wonderful food 
 
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Samuel and Mary Hall marr 1771.pdf
Samuel and Mary Hall marr 1771.pdf
 
 
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Samuel and Mary Hall marriage 1771.jpg
Samuel and Mary Hall marriage 1771.jpg
 
 
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Samuel Shire (1824 - 1871)
Samuel Shire (1824 - 1871)
A sad death from the effects of alcoholism of an innkeeper in Taunton.  
 
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Saracens Head, 64 High Street, Taunton
Saracens Head, 64 High Street, Taunton
Not necessarily from the era of our relatives demise but interesting nevertheless. 
 
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Sarah Elizabeth Bird death 1866.jpg
Sarah Elizabeth Bird death 1866.jpg
 
 
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Sarah's blog of her trip to Australia
Sarah's blog of her trip to Australia
Sarah's adventures in Oz 2010/11 
 
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Settlement of Moses and Susannah Shaw
Settlement of Moses and Susannah Shaw
The settlement by Moses and Susannah regarding their daughter Esther in 1779. 
 
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Shires Farm
Shires Farm
I have discovered that the farm which my wife's 3x great grandfather, Paige Shire, farmed from 1815 to 1857 may have previously been farmed by her 5x great grandfather John Shire even before 1764 and may still be in the family ! 
 
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Shires Farm, Buckland St Mary TA20 3RB
Shires Farm, Buckland St Mary TA20 3RB
A current google eye view of the farm which may have been started by Paige Shire, nearly 200 years ago. 
 
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Snuff Box
Snuff Box
 
 
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Snuff box badge
Snuff box badge
 
 
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Somerset Archives Record Office
Somerset Archives Record Office
Deeds held at the record office appear to suggest John Shire was farming what became Shire Farm as long ago as 1764 .... nearly 250 years ago ! 
 
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South African flag
South African flag
South african flag 
 
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South African Military History Society
South African Military History Society
I was trawling through the internet as you do and copied this article (http://samilitaryhistory.org/3/d03mayne.html) about a striking and most unusual talk by Professor Philip Everitt entitled Bagged but Cheerful: A POW at Tobruk. Little did I know at the time that the British POW being given the military funeral was Hugh 'Pop' Benson. 
 
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Southam Street Area
Southam Street Area
Southam Street, presumably including number 27, was demolished in 1969 to make way for the Westway flyover (M4) & the Trellick Tower. 
 
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Southam Street area - 1889
Southam Street area - 1889
Southam Street in 1889  
 
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Southam Street area - Charles Booth Survey
Southam Street area - Charles Booth Survey
Booth's map covering Southam Street in 1898 
 
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Southam Street area - GWR Lines
Southam Street area - GWR Lines
These are the branches of Great Western Railway enabling travel between Paddington and holiday destinations in the late 19th century. 
 
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Southam Street area - Southam Street demolished
Southam Street area - Southam Street demolished
In 1969 Southam Street (and others) were demolished to make way for the Westway Flyover. 
 
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Southam Street area - the last broad gauge train from Paddington 1892
Southam Street area - the last broad gauge train from Paddington 1892
The last train to run from Paddington on broad gauge 1892 
 
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Southam Street area - Trellick Tower
Southam Street area - Trellick Tower
Built between 1968 and 1972, designed by Erno Goldfinger  
 
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Southam Street area - Westway Flyover
Southam Street area - Westway Flyover
The Westway Flyover built over the slums of North Kensington  
 
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south_african_2nd_infantry_division.gif
south_african_2nd_infantry_division.gif
 
 
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Square Dancing
Square Dancing
Taking part in the square dancing  
 
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St Albans Lawn Tennis Club
St Albans Lawn Tennis Club
The first 100 years  
 
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St Leonards Church, Streatham
St Leonards Church, Streatham
Where William Hill and Georgie Haskins were married in 1911. Photo is from about 1890. 
 
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St Luke's Church and School
St Luke's Church and School
The church and school in Victoria Road, Chesterton, Cambridge where Charles Clare's children may have attended. 
 
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St Mark's Church, Millfield, Durham
St Mark's Church, Millfield, Durham
 
 
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St Mary Church Farthingstone 1.JPG
St Mary Church Farthingstone 1.JPG
 
 
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St Marys Chessington
St Marys Chessington
 
 
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St Marys Chessington 1
St Marys Chessington 1
 
 
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St Saviour's, Southwark
St Saviour's, Southwark
There has been a church on this spot since Saxon times. This building was demolished in 1831 before being rebuilt.  
 
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Stables
Stables
Stables used by LGOC. 
 
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Stables of LGOC
Stables of LGOC
Photo from the archives of Transport for London of stables used for the horses which pulled the omnibus. 
 
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STALAG 1V B
STALAG 1V B
Hugh Benson was in this POW camp up until his death on 12th July 1944. Stalag 4B was in Mulhberg, Germany south of Berlin, north east of Leipzig and north west of Dresden. 
 
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Stanley George Musgrove (1919 - 1982)
Stanley George Musgrove (1919 - 1982)
Stan became a POW during WW2. This is his personal story. 
 
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StMarysChessington3-1.jpg
StMarysChessington3-1.jpg
 
 

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