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1938 travel record of George Patrick Grant, age 62, retired Col, born India + Gladys Maude Grant, age 53, wife, arriving in Victoria, Canada from Manila in the Phillipines aboard the 'Empress Japan', permanent residents of seaford, England
1938 travel record of George Patrick Grant, age 62, retired Col, born India + Gladys Maude Grant, age 53, wife, arriving in Victoria, Canada from Manila in the Phillipines aboard the 'Empress Japan', permanent residents of seaford, England
 
 
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1955 Probate record for George Grant
1955 Probate record for George Grant
 
 
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1958 Marguerite L Whitty probate
1958 Marguerite L Whitty probate
 
 
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1st Aug 1886, W W Hampton is Master of the 'Barcoo', arriving sydney from Cooktown
1st Aug 1886, W W Hampton is Master of the 'Barcoo', arriving sydney from Cooktown
 
 
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1st page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences of the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
1st page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences of the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
"...that was an epic night for the Regiment and I'll lay the Hun will not forget the crack we gave him..." 
 
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23rd July, 1891, W Hampton, Master of the 'Warrego', arrives Sydney from Cooktown, Passenger list
23rd July, 1891, W Hampton, Master of the 'Warrego', arrives Sydney from Cooktown, Passenger list
 
 
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24th Oct 1892, W W Hampton is Master of the 'Cintra', arriving at Sydney from Cooktown
24th Oct 1892, W W Hampton is Master of the 'Cintra', arriving at Sydney from Cooktown
 
 
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27th Baluch Light Infantry
27th Baluch Light Infantry
Lt George Patrick Grant is 4th from left 
 
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27th Nov 1887, W W Watts is Master of the 'Barcoo' steamship, 1500 tons, arriving Sydney from Cooktown
27th Nov 1887, W W Watts is Master of the 'Barcoo' steamship, 1500 tons, arriving Sydney from Cooktown
 
 
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2nd page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences of the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
2nd page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences of the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
"...at that moment I was hit by what appeared to be a heavy calibre bullet, it knocked me out for the moment and I must say I thought I had been finished..." 
 
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3rd page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences during the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
3rd page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences during the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
"...After about twenty minutes the driver of my ambulance came to me and said "Captain, we're ____ well lorst! What shall we do now?" Frankly I'd given up worrying any more..." 
 
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4th page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences during the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
4th page of a description John Whitty wrote of his experiences during the retreat of the BEF to Dunkirk in May 1940
"...those shells were as unpleasantly near as I can ever imagine and the chances of getting away seemed to be slipping away..." 
 
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511 Commercial rd in East London, still there
511 Commercial rd in East London, still there
The central blue door is No. 511 
 
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511 Commercial rd, East London, still there
511 Commercial rd, East London, still there
The central blue door is No. 511 
 
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7 Mattock Lane, Ealing.
7 Mattock Lane, Ealing.
This is the house where Mercy ran a school during her later years as a widow. It's along the road from where her son Julius was the Vicar of St John's church, Ealing, and would have been almost new when she moved into it. 
 
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9th Lancers regimental badge, one of the regiments Cuthbert served with in India
9th Lancers regimental badge, one of the regiments Cuthbert served with in India
 
 
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A 22 tonne Bristol Cutter called 'Madcap', built in 1875
A 22 tonne Bristol Cutter called 'Madcap', built in 1875
probably not unlike the ship George owned in later years in Scotland 
 
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A Bedfield pub called The Crown
A Bedfield pub called The Crown
This looks old enough to have seen James drinking in it after a long week in the fields! 
 
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A Cottage in Bridge St, Dornoch.
A Cottage in Bridge St, Dornoch.
No.2 Bridge St is now a holiday rental 
 
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a cottage in Upper Drumin today
a cottage in Upper Drumin today
 
 
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A crofter and his wife digging c.19th century
A crofter and his wife digging c.19th century
 
 
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A house in The Grove, Highgate, North London
A house in The Grove, Highgate, North London
This particular house was home to the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1833. Photo credited to 'Country Life' 
 
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a Kilrush street
a Kilrush street
 
 
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A MacInroy tartan
A MacInroy tartan
 
 
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a MacKay tartan
a MacKay tartan
 
 
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A MacLeod tartan
A MacLeod tartan
 
 
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a MacRae tartan
a MacRae tartan
 
 
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A MacRae tartan
A MacRae tartan
 
 
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A photo of John Whitty during the war, probably in Italy
A photo of John Whitty during the war, probably in Italy
 
 
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A photo taken by Grace of wounded soldiers being unloaded from ambulances at Royaumont Abbey, near the front lines north of Paris, where she served as a nurse in 1917 during Wolrd War 1.
A photo taken by Grace of wounded soldiers being unloaded from ambulances at Royaumont Abbey, near the front lines north of Paris, where she served as a nurse in 1917 during Wolrd War 1.
 
 
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A picture hanging in Crewkerne church showing the original organ which John would have played. It has since been replaced by another organ.
A picture hanging in Crewkerne church showing the original organ which John would have played. It has since been replaced by another organ.
 
 
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a plaque commemorating the school in Crewkerne which was housed in a Jacobean style building next to the church from 1636-1882. It is now the church hall.
a plaque commemorating the school in Crewkerne which was housed in a Jacobean style building next to the church from 1636-1882. It is now the church hall.
 
 
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A postcard of Sausthorpe Hall, postmarked 1908
A postcard of Sausthorpe Hall, postmarked 1908
 
 
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A procession down Tain High Street to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897
A procession down Tain High Street to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897
from Tain museum website 
 
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A River in Urray
A River in Urray
 
 
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A rural view of a corner of Heathfield, Sussex
A rural view of a corner of Heathfield, Sussex
 
 
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a sprig of white heather, saved by Grace from her wedding day in 1931.
a sprig of white heather, saved by Grace from her wedding day in 1931.
 
 
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A Summerhayes Carriage Clock. 'Summerhayes' and 'Ilminster' are printed on the face.
A Summerhayes Carriage Clock. 'Summerhayes' and 'Ilminster' are printed on the face.
 
 
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A Victorian hansom cab, not sure if this is the same kind as a 'fly'
A Victorian hansom cab, not sure if this is the same kind as a 'fly'
 
 
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A view of Lonodn in 1820, the year his daughter was born.
Robert Havell, A View of London Bridge and Custom House. 1820.

London Bridge can be seen very faintly in the far distance. The viewpoint is from the north bank of the Thames looking east, with the Tower of London behind.
A view of Lonodn in 1820, the year his daughter was born. Robert Havell, A View of London Bridge and Custom House. 1820. London Bridge can be seen very faintly in the far distance. The viewpoint is from the north bank of the Thames looking east, with the Tower of London behind.
 
 
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A woman carrying water in rural India, where Mary was born
A woman carrying water in rural India, where Mary was born
 
 
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A woman pumping water in rural India in 2007
A woman pumping water in rural India in 2007
 
 
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A women called 'Big Margaret' spinning with the drop-spindle inthe iesle of Eriskay, outer Hebrides 1899
A women called 'Big Margaret' spinning with the drop-spindle inthe iesle of Eriskay, outer Hebrides 1899
This is the type of spinning which gave you freedome to move around if you didn't use a spinning wheel. Helen might have used this style as a dress maker.
from 'Clothing in the Highlands and Islands in the 19th Century' web page
 
 
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A woolshed, Victoria
A woolshed, Victoria
painting by John Mather, 1889
from Art Gallery NSW website
Victoria state was just over the river Murray, close to Henry's farms in NSW 
 
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a young Christopher Summerhayes
a young Christopher Summerhayes
 
 
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a young Eirene Summerhayes
a young Eirene Summerhayes
 
 
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a young Grace Summerhayes
a young Grace Summerhayes
 
 
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a young Julius Summerhayes
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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a young Mary Summerhayes
a young Mary Summerhayes
 
 
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a young Mercy Summerhayes
a young Mercy Summerhayes
 
 

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