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Tarryn Lea
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
2102
Ted Cumberland and Jean Clark's wedding
Ted Cumberland and Jean Clark's wedding
 
 
2103
Temperance Saturday at Monks Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 1920
Temperance Saturday at Monks Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 1920
 
 
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Temperance Saturday at Monks Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 1920
Temperance Saturday at Monks Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 1920
 
 
2105
Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme
Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme
From Rev W B Stonehouse History of Isle of Axholme published 1839.

The seats of R P Johnson Esqs. 
 
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Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme
Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme
From a Topographical Account of the Isle of Axholme Vol.1 by W Peck published 1815

Joan, grandaughter of Richard de Belwood married Henry Vavasour. He inherited the property when his wife's father died.It remained in the family for four generations until the time of the drainage, Thomas Vavasour, was appointed by the Isle Commoners to manage their cause against the Participants, he was called their 'Solicitor'. He petitioned King Charles I to stop Cornelius Vermuyden from draining Hatfield Chase and spent a large part of his estate defending his neighbours and was obliged to sell up.

He is a character in the "Manuscript in a Red Box" at the time he had to sell. His son being the hero. In the novel if the son had married the mortgagee's daughter the sale would have not been necessary. It is most likely fiction. 
 
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Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme, in the 1920s
Temple Belwood, Belton in Axholme, in the 1920s
From Temple Belwood its Past and Present by JG Rees, 1933.

Barnes & Breeze, Printers, Epworh Bells Print Works.

The name arises from the grant of certain lands called the Cow Pasture, at Belwode, by Roger de Mowbray, to a Preceptory of the Knight Teplars which he founded at Balsall, Warwickshire about the year 1145.

At one time the estate consisted of 3,000 acres, the farms were sold to the tenants about 1900, following which all attempts, including a boys school failed to maintain the house and its outbuildings.

I would be 12 in 1945, at this time we would cycle from Crowle to explore the ruins of Temple Belwood, I think it had been destroyed by fire. It finally disappeared totally under the motorway when it was constructed 
 
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Temple Newsam (Newsome), Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
Temple Newsam (Newsome), Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
 
 
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Tena Clark & Stanley Gervase Hill at Cleethorpes 1955
Tena Clark & Stanley Gervase Hill at Cleethorpes 1955
 
 
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Tena Clark working as projectionist at The Rio Cinema Epworth
Tena Clark working as projectionist at The Rio Cinema Epworth
 
 
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the 1739 marriage of richard cooper & phoebe cooper
the 1739 marriage of richard cooper & phoebe cooper
close up edit of photocopy from the page entry for the marriage for richard cooper & phoebe 
 
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The Basilica of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
The Basilica of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy
 
 
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The Baynard Monument, Ufflete quarter detail
The Baynard Monument, Ufflete quarter detail
The Baynard monument made of wood c.1623 in St.Cyriac Church, Lacock.



The Usflete quarter on the right of the Stapleton shield (lion) has the pelt (fur) Ermine on the background-field of the shield, whereas mainly Argent (silver) is used. This is quite rare.



An old style for the letter "s" looked more like a letter "f" or double "ff" in some cases and often "Usflete" (and variants of that) would be indexed and transcribed has "Ufflete" (and variants of this), but wrongly. However, a more correct sounding of the name would be Usflete or Useflete, just like the village of the family's origin at the outset, i.e., Ousefleet".



For more information please type Raymond E.O.Ella in a www.google.co.uk search box and click, then go to "Reedness & Ousefleet". 
 
2114
The Castle, Barnard Castle, County Durham, England
The Castle, Barnard Castle, County Durham, England
 
 
2115
The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
The Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
On 5 December 1931, by order of Joseph Stalin's minister Kaganovich, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour was dynamited 
 
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The Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
The Church of the Holy Rude, Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland
 
 
2117
The Court Boys
The Court Boys
(L to R) Arlyn, Robert, Dudley and Gerry. 
 
2118
The Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, Jerusalem, Palestine
The Dome of the Rock, Temple Mount, Jerusalem, Palestine
 
 
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The Eyre Family
The Eyre Family
John Eyre,with wife Annie Jennings, daughter of John Stephen jennings and their children Mary Ann Elizabeth Eyre, Polly Eyre and Alice Eyre. 
 
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The families at Brian Colebrook and Tena Clark's wedding
The families at Brian Colebrook and Tena Clark's wedding
 
 
2121
The Garden, Claremont House. Esher, Surrey, England
The Garden, Claremont House. Esher, Surrey, England
 
 
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The Holy Innocents Church, Highnam, Gloucestershire, England
The Holy Innocents Church, Highnam, Gloucestershire, England
 
 
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The Kemps
The Kemps
R to L: Emily Mabs (my grandmother), Kathleen, Charles Edgar, Charles William (dad), Winifred, Ethel and seated Betsy (Mum). They lived at 14 Noel Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England. I think this is a front step photo. I'm 90% sure I've got Kathleen & Winifred right but they are quite alike 
 
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The King's Ferry, Owston (Ferry)
The King's Ferry, Owston (Ferry)
Kinnard and King's has been the name for this ferry over the Trent from early times. It is believed to be a contraction of King Edward's ferry. When Edward 'the Confessor sought help from his allies in Northumbria he may have effected a passage over the Trent at this place.  
 
2125
The Lock Up House 1843, Torr Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England
The Lock Up House 1843, Torr Street, Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, England
 
 
2126
The Manor House, Speldhurst built by Charles Watson Powell.
The Manor House, Speldhurst built by Charles Watson Powell.
 
 
2127
The Mayflower Trail, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, England
The Mayflower Trail, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire, England
Courtesy St. Wilfrid Church, Scrooby, Nottinghamshire, England 
 
2128
The Milklady at Stamp End, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 21 Aug 1926
The Milklady at Stamp End, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England 21 Aug 1926
 
 
2129
The Naser Family
The Naser Family
(L to R): Lorna, Abdullah Haji, Stella and Keith in the compound of their home Calcutta. 
 
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The Neptune, Bridge Street, Gainsborough, Haddon Family, King George V Silver Jubilee
The Neptune, Bridge Street, Gainsborough, Haddon Family, King George V Silver Jubilee
Centre (holding child), Irene Lilian Jackson (née Haddon)?

Hewitt's Grimsby Ales. 
 
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The oates sisters at the marraige of Everatt Oates and Gertrude Hirst.
The oates sisters at the marraige of Everatt Oates and Gertrude Hirst.
Doris, Mary and Eleanor Oates. 
 
2132
The Old Church, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England
The Old Church, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England
 
 
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The Old Manor House, Althorpe
The Old Manor House, Althorpe
From Rev WB Stonehouse's History published 1839



It looks a bit delapidated even then. I have no further information.

It still stands, converted into two houses. 
 
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The Old Mill, St. Mary's Bridge (Bef 1899), Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England
The Old Mill, St. Mary's Bridge (Bef 1899), Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England
This was where my gr gr grandad Sizer Lindley was a master miller

From an article in The Star Newspaper, Doncaster, 26 Mar 2009 
 
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The Old Post Office in Ranby with George, Emma (née Arrand) and Arthur Bows stood outside in 1905
The Old Post Office in Ranby with George, Emma (née Arrand) and Arthur Bows stood outside in 1905
Further photographs of this family are in the Welchman Collection in Retford Museum 
 
2136
The Pantheon, Rome (Roma), Lazio (Latium), Italy
The Pantheon, Rome (Roma), Lazio (Latium), Italy
 
 
2137
The Ramsden memorial
The Ramsden memorial
This memorial is in All Saints church Adlingfleet. During the 1930s the column on the left fell in disrepair and was completely replaced in wood by Edward Scutt as shown in this photo 
 
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The RC Cathedral Church of Our Lady and St Philip Howard, Arundel, West Sussex, England
The RC Cathedral Church of Our Lady and St Philip Howard, Arundel, West Sussex, England
 
 
2139
The Royal Family featuring Betty (Liz) Gleadle (Smith) of Crosby, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England as 'Nana'
The Royal Family featuring Betty (Liz) Gleadle (Smith) of Crosby, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England as 'Nana'
From left to right: Ralf Little as Antony Royle, Liz Smith as Norma Speakman (Nana), Ricky Tomlinson as James "Jim" Royle, Sue Johnston as Barbara Royle, Caroline Aherne as Denise Best (née Royle), Craig Cash as Dave Best. 
 
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The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, England
The Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, England
 
 
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The Shorts
The Shorts
Samuel and Jane Ann Short (née Bodill) and family. John L between father's legs. Alice is standing in the white dress to the right of her mother 
 
2142
The Three Sisters at Jackie's Silver Wedding Celebrations
The Three Sisters at Jackie's Silver Wedding Celebrations
 
 
2143
The Vyne, Sherborne St. John, Hampshire, England
The Vyne, Sherborne St. John, Hampshire, England
Original Tudor chapel on left 
 
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The Washington Window, Selby Abbey, Selby, North Yorkshire, England
The Washington Window, Selby Abbey, Selby, North Yorkshire, England
The 14th century Washington Window, was based on a Washingtom family member coat of arms, a white shield with three stars gules (red) and two bars (stripes) gules (red) is believed to be the model used by George Washington's seamstress Betsy Ros to model the United States Stars and Stripes Banner. 
 
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The Wedding of Henry Victor Smith and Doreen Clark 1948
The Wedding of Henry Victor Smith and Doreen Clark 1948
 
 
2146
Theedaer Pantry
Theedaer Pantry
 
 
2147
Thelma Nuovo-Castel
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Theodora, Empress consort of the Byzantine Empire
Theodora, Empress consort of the Byzantine Empire
Mosaic in The Basilica of San Vitale, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. 
 
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Theodore Martin Fleischman, Jr. 1938-2014
Theodore Martin Fleischman, Jr. 1938-2014
 
 
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Theodore Martin Fleischmann 1895-1981
Theodore Martin Fleischmann 1895-1981
 
 

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