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agricultural land nr Tumut, NSW today
agricultural land nr Tumut, NSW today
 
 
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Alastair fly fishing with his daughter Susannah
Alastair fly fishing with his daughter Susannah
 
 
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Alastair in later years
Alastair in later years
 
 
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Alastair MacRae on his honeymoon 1931 Isle of Skye 1931
Alastair MacRae on his honeymoon 1931 Isle of Skye 1931
This photo would have been taken by his wife Grace MacRae, both on leave from working as doctors in Ghana 
 
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Alastair on the wards in Accra
Alastair on the wards in Accra
 
 
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Alastair was the doctor on Cocus Keeling islands for Cable and Wireless in his early years. He is in the centre of this photo, dated 1921
Alastair was the doctor on Cocus Keeling islands for Cable and Wireless in his early years. He is in the centre of this photo, dated 1921
 
 
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Alastair with his son ACD 1949
Alastair with his son ACD 1949
 
 
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Alastair with his son Christopher or daughter Susannah
Alastair with his son Christopher or daughter Susannah
 
 
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All Saints Church, Winteringham, north Lincolnshire
All Saints Church, Winteringham, north Lincolnshire
Francis was recorded as being the rector here in 1808 
 
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Almondbury war memorial
Almondbury war memorial
 
 
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Amberley Rectory from a postcard, undated. The figures in front are possibly Summerhayes family children
Amberley Rectory from a postcard, undated. The figures in front are possibly Summerhayes family children
 
 
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Amy Florence Hathaway
Amy Florence Hathaway
 
 
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an old bucket or churn a Cooper would make
an old bucket or churn a Cooper would make
 
 
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An old Cottage at Chard junction, the same area and the same kind of place he might have lived
An old Cottage at Chard junction, the same area and the same kind of place he might have lived
 
 
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an old house in Norwich
an old house in Norwich
 
 
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an organ
an organ
 
 
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Anna Appleby 1738-1798
Anna Appleby 1738-1798
This portrait is copied from the excellent Brown family website, which has been created by Glenn Ivar ุsten. Visit it here: http://www.geni.com/people/John-Brown/6000000006080288669
 
 
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Anna Fenwick 1741 - 1776
Anna Fenwick 1741 - 1776
This portrait is copied from the excellent Brown family website, which has been created by Glenn Ivar ุsten. Visit it here: http://www.geni.com/people/John-Brown/6000000006080288669 
 
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Approaching Witton on Witton Lane
Approaching Witton on Witton Lane
 
 
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April 11th 1768, Bradford Cathedral, marriage record of John Beatson and his first wife Mary Wood
April 11th 1768, Bradford Cathedral, marriage record of John Beatson and his first wife Mary Wood
 
 
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Aunt Grace Pollock and Uncle Charlie
Aunt Grace Pollock and Uncle Charlie
 
 
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Baptism record for Marguerite 2nd Aug 1881, Stepney
Baptism record for Marguerite 2nd Aug 1881, Stepney
from National Archives via ancestry.co.uk 
 
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Bedfield parish church, St Nicholas, Suffolk
Bedfield parish church, St Nicholas, Suffolk
 
 
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Bishops Cannings village, Wiltshire
Bishops Cannings village, Wiltshire
 
 
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Blessington Rd in Lewisham is now all new-build council housing, but this rd - which joins the end of it - looks like what Blessington must have been like.
Blessington Rd in Lewisham is now all new-build council housing, but this rd - which joins the end of it - looks like what Blessington must have been like.
 
 
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Blowering Station, NSW, Australia
Blowering Station, NSW, Australia
This aerial photo of Blowring Station is copied from the comprehensive website on the history of Blowering Valley, created by John Stephenson: http://www.blowering.com/index.html 
 
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Bluebells
Bluebells
 
 
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BMJ obituary Sept 12, 1903, p630
BMJ obituary Sept 12, 1903, p630
 
 
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Brigade Surgeon Lt Colonel George Grant, Indian Medical Service
Brigade Surgeon Lt Colonel George Grant, Indian Medical Service
This photo was taken from his Obituary in the Celtic Monthly magazine, Feb 1912 
 
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Burial record for Dinah, All Saints, Kingston-upon-Thames
Burial record for Dinah, All Saints, Kingston-upon-Thames
27th Sept 1865. Dinah was aged 46 yrs 
 
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Bush farm, Victoria, Australia
Bush farm, Victoria, Australia
painting by HL van den Houten 1876
from Art Gallery NSW website.
John's farms were in the south of NSW close to the border with Victoria state. 
 
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cartoon showing dress of bombazine on left
cartoon showing dress of bombazine on left
1807 caricature engraved by Charles Williams after a drawing by Woodward, which presents an (exaggerated) contrast between "The Year 1740: A Lady's full dress of Bombazeen" (i.e. bombazine or bombasine, a heavy corded fabric) and "The year 1807: A Lady's undress of Bum-be-seen: 
 
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Celtic cross
Celtic cross
 
 
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Census record for Henry and family 1911
Census record for Henry and family 1911
 
 
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Census record for Woodgate family from 1861
Census record for Woodgate family from 1861
 
 
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Charlotte Dowling 1803-1881
Charlotte Dowling 1803-1881
This portrait is copied from the excellent Brown family website, which has been created by Glenn Ivar ุsten. Visit it here: http://www.geni.com/people/John-Brown/6000000006080288669 
 
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Children today in a rural Indian village in Allahabad
Children today in a rural Indian village in Allahabad
 
 
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Christina's grave in Dornoch cemetry, photo taken 1972
Christina's grave in Dornoch cemetry, photo taken 1972
"In memory of our Mother Christina Ross, wife of Roderick MacRae, born 27th June 1858 died 18th aug 1930.
And of our brother William John MacRae, born 23rd Nov 1888, drowned by flood 20th Mar 1916, Argentina.
And of our sister... [the rest is unclear] 
 
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Church built on Eigg in 1862 when Peter Grant was minister.
Church built on Eigg in 1862 when Peter Grant was minister.
Peter Grant as the minister from 1848 must have been responsible for this first and only Church of Scotland building. He died two years after it was completed so would have preached in Gaelic and English in it till he died. Before the church was built the school, which is less than half a mile away, was used for services. Since the Parish of the small Isles no longer exists the church is only seldom used when the minister from Mallaig visits, since there is no minister on any of the Small Isles today. 
 
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Churchstanton parish church where Keziah got married
Churchstanton parish church where Keziah got married
 
 
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Clann Ross crest badge
Clann Ross crest badge
 
 
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coachman outside Dewhurst Lodge
coachman outside Dewhurst Lodge
date unknown, from Whitty family photos 
 
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Col. John Whitty with sons Ham & Kenneth, May 1942
Col. John Whitty with sons Ham & Kenneth, May 1942
 
 
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Colney Hatch
Colney Hatch
 
 
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Communion cups engraved 'Parish of the small Isles 1845'
Communion cups engraved 'Parish of the small Isles 1845'
A photo of the communion cups and jug, which hangs in the church porch, Isle of Eigg. The inscription on them says 'Parish of the small Isles 1845', and so these would have been used by Peter Grant when he became minister in 1848. He had sail between the 4 small isles in all weathers as the minister, which is no doubt why they're a bit battered looking.  
 
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Corowa railway station, the town in NSW Australia where Margueriet and her husband were registered on the electoral role in 1933, although they were based in England at the time.
Corowa railway station, the town in NSW Australia where Margueriet and her husband were registered on the electoral role in 1933, although they were based in England at the time.
 
 
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cottages in Poples Well, Crewkerne, one of which would have housed the Summerhayes family
cottages in Poples Well, Crewkerne, one of which would have housed the Summerhayes family
 
 
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Cottingley Hall, the original building I think
Cottingley Hall, the original building I think
 
 
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County Galway
County Galway
 
 
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cows in Morayshire today
cows in Morayshire today
 
 

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