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 A chromolithograph of 32nd Madras Native Infantry (now 4 Baloch) by Henry Martens, 1845.
A chromolithograph of 32nd Madras Native Infantry (now 4 Baloch) by Henry Martens, 1845.
 
 
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'A Private View at the Royal Academy' 1883, by William Powell Frith
'A Private View at the Royal Academy' 1883, by William Powell Frith
showing the kind of dresses Eliza might have worn, at the kind of function she might have attended (if she had been an art lover, which we don't know) 
 
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'Maranoa'
'Maranoa'
One of the ships William Hampton captained in Australia 
 
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'Maranoa'
'Maranoa'
a second photo of the 'Maranoa'
from the state library of Victoria 
 
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'N. W. View of the Rock of Trichinopoly'. Coloured aquatint by J. Wells after a drawing by Capt. Trapaud, 1788
'N. W. View of the Rock of Trichinopoly'. Coloured aquatint by J. Wells after a drawing by Capt. Trapaud, 1788
Coloured aquatint by John Wells after Elisha Trapaud of the rock of Tiruchchirapally in Tamil Nadu, dated 1788.The site of Tiruchchirapalli, has been an important Hindu centre since Chola times thanks to a huge granite rock that rises steeply above the Cauvery river. Significant structures on the rock include two Shiva santuaries.  
 
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'Shearing the rams' by Tom Roberts 1890, painted at Corowa. Henry would have been 18 at the time and had grown up in nearby Taramia Station.
'Shearing the rams' by Tom Roberts 1890, painted at Corowa. Henry would have been 18 at the time and had grown up in nearby Taramia Station.
One of the most well known and loved paintings in Australia, Shearing the Rams has been described as a "masterpiece of Australian impressionism" and "the great icon of Australian popular art history". The painting is part of the National Gallery of Victoria Australian art collection. 
 
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'The Washerwoman'
'The Washerwoman'
painting by Edward Potthast (1857-1927) 
 
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'The Workshop'
'The Workshop'
"This is the joiner's shop, a fascinating place with shadowy corners, the bewitching fitments of a carpenter's bench, a crisp carpet of shavings for small feet to scuffle and struggle through, and in invigorating smell of pine chips in the air.
Here are made homely chairs and tables, clogs and pattens, yokes for milk pales, chests for bride-linen, cradles and innumerable other articles."
Raphael Tuck - Oilette - Scottish Life and Character Series. Tuck startd selling postcards in London in 1866. The oilette series started in 1903.



 
 
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15th June 1853, record of death for George Ross, Dornoch, Sutherland.
15th June 1853, record of death for George Ross, Dornoch, Sutherland.
'George Ross, Crofter, died Arndale (?) age 60' 
 
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1743 birth record for John Beatson
1743 birth record for John Beatson
John S of John Beatson 28th Apr 1743,
Beeston, Parish of St Peter, Leeds 
 
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1790 birth record for George Ross
1790 birth record for George Ross
William Ross, Coupar in Tain / Town, had by his wife Jane Munro a son born to him the 9th June 1790 and baptised the 11th day named George. Witnesses Donald McRah and Adam Munro, weavers in town. 
 
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1790 Polling record showing Rev Francis Swan living in Silver st, Lincoln
1790 Polling record showing Rev Francis Swan living in Silver st, Lincoln
source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893  
 
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1799 birth record for Alexander MacRae, parish of Urray
1799 birth record for Alexander MacRae, parish of Urray
'Alexr son of Donald Macrae and Jannet MacRae his spouse in Teabad [?] born 14th June was baptised 16th June 1799 
 
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1803 Dublin marriage record for Rev John Whitty and Ellen Palmer
1803 Dublin marriage record for Rev John Whitty and Ellen Palmer
 
 
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1806 polling record showing Rev Francis Swan registered in Lincoln
1806 polling record showing Rev Francis Swan registered in Lincoln
source: UK, Poll Books and Electoral Registers, 1538-1893 
 
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1810 Battle of Busaco in the Pensinsula war, Highland regiments took part
1810 Battle of Busaco in the Pensinsula war, Highland regiments took part
 
 
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1820 marriage record Margaret and Alexander
1820 marriage record Margaret and Alexander
 
 
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1821 birth record for Helen Watson, Parish of Dyke
1821 birth record for Helen Watson, Parish of Dyke
"Helen lawful daughter to John Watson and Janet Ruface /Rusale(?)born at Moy Corse 18th Nov and baptised 1st December"
(Dyke and Moy is a Parish nr Forres)

 
 
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1823 birth record for John Ross
1823 birth record for John Ross
Tain 4th Sept 1823. By which date George Ross at Fendum [Fendom is an area about 2 miles from Tain], had by his wife Jane Murray a son born to him lawfully begot and was baptised on the 7th day before the congregation named John. 
 
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1824 Polling register for Philip Woodgate, manufacturer, in the Mancroft Ward of St Stephens, Norwich
1824 Polling register for Philip Woodgate, manufacturer, in the Mancroft Ward of St Stephens, Norwich
 
 
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1830 marriage record Peter Grant and Isabella Smith
1830 marriage record Peter Grant and Isabella Smith
 
 
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1830 Poll register for Phillip Woodgate, Merchant, St Stephens, Norwich
1830 Poll register for Phillip Woodgate, Merchant, St Stephens, Norwich
 
 
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1830 record for Philip Woodgate in Pigot's Directory
1830 record for Philip Woodgate in Pigot's Directory
registered at Livington's Court, Market Place, Norwich. Under the section 'Bombasin and Crape Manufacturers'.
Wikipedia: Bombazine, or bombasine, is a fabric originally made of silk or silk and wool. It is twilled or corded and used for dress-material. Black bombazine was once used largely for mourning wear, but the material had gone out of fashion by the beginning of the 20th century. The word is derived from the obsolete French bombasin, applied originally to silk but afterwards to tree-silk or cotton. Bombazine is said to have been made in England in Elizabeth Iís reign, and early in the 19th century it was largely made at Norwich.
 
 
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1832 polling record for Francis Swan, owning a farm in Swinderby but living in Lincoln
1832 polling record for Francis Swan, owning a farm in Swinderby but living in Lincoln
 
 
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1834 Pigot's Directory for Hull mentioning George
1834 Pigot's Directory for Hull mentioning George
 
 
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1835 Poll register for Philip Woodgate, junior, St Stephens, Norwich, living at Bethel st.
1835 Poll register for Philip Woodgate, junior, St Stephens, Norwich, living at Bethel st.
 
 
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1841 Census for Alexander and Margaret, Dundee
1841 Census for Alexander and Margaret, Dundee
Alexander MacRae lives in Dundee, Aged 45, living with his wife Margaret also aged 45 in Gellatley st. His profession is as a 'Sawyer', and they have two daughters living with them Mary aged 15 and Ann aged 12.  
 
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1841 Census for Francis and Susannah
1841 Census for Francis and Susannah
 
 
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1841 Census for Mark and Ann Barnes with daughter Sarah
1841 Census for Mark and Ann Barnes with daughter Sarah
 
 
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1841 Census record for Francis and Susanna
1841 Census record for Francis and Susanna
Living at Grecian Place No.2, Lincoln
Francis Swan, age 85, Clergyman
Susanna Swan, age 80
 
 
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1841 Census record for John and Mercy Summerhayes
1841 Census record for John and Mercy Summerhayes
 
 
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1841 Census record for Peter and Isabella Grant
1841 Census record for Peter and Isabella Grant
 
 
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1841 census record for Philip and Maria Woodgate and the next generation of Philip and wife Harriett and children, in Norwich
1841 census record for Philip and Maria Woodgate and the next generation of Philip and wife Harriett and children, in Norwich
 
 
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1841 Census: William Reeve and children in Oswestry
1841 Census: William Reeve and children in Oswestry
 
 
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1841 NSW Register of Land Grants and Leases, record of John Charles Whitty buying a 4th allotment of land for one farthing from Sir George Gipps in Uffington parish, Clarence Town, Durham County
1841 NSW Register of Land Grants and Leases, record of John Charles Whitty buying a 4th allotment of land for one farthing from Sir George Gipps in Uffington parish, Clarence Town, Durham County
 
 
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1841 NSW Register of Land Grants and Leases, record of John Charles Whitty buying a large allotment of land for one farthing in the County of Murray
1841 NSW Register of Land Grants and Leases, record of John Charles Whitty buying a large allotment of land for one farthing in the County of Murray
'...being the 6th allotment purchased by the said John Charles Whitty...with a further fact of the pension of £100 sterling authorised for him as a late liuetenant in the Honourable East India Company's Militia...annual rent one farthing forever' The land was granted by Sir George Gipps 
 
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1841 wedding certificate for Dinah Bainbridge for her 1st marriage to William Davey
1841 wedding certificate for Dinah Bainbridge for her 1st marriage to William Davey
6th Aug 1841 Dinah Anne Bainbridge married William Davey at the parish church in Loughton, Cambridge. Her father Robert Bainbridge was there (no profession mentioned), and her residence at the time of marriage was Loughton. Witnesses were Isabella Chapman late Davey, and Elizabeth Bainbridge. William Davey's father - also called William - is described as a Servant. 
 
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1842 record for Bennington rectory (Bennington is a village near Boston in Lincolnshire) being held by Francis Swan, through the patronage of the Earl of Ripon
1842 record for Bennington rectory (Bennington is a village near Boston in Lincolnshire) being held by Francis Swan, through the patronage of the Earl of Ripon
source: p.180, 1842 White's History, Gazetteer and Directory 
 
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1842 record for Francis Swan being lord of manor at Sausthorpe
1842 record for Francis Swan being lord of manor at Sausthorpe
"The Rev Francis Swan, B.D., the lord of the manor, patron and rector, owns most of the soil (750 acres), and resides at the New Hall, a handsome mansion, with an embattled parapet, erected in 1822" 
 
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1845 record for Philip Woodgate sen, showing he was still alive at this date
1845 record for Philip Woodgate sen, showing he was still alive at this date
Woodgate Philip, sen. 2 Post Office st, house Crescent 
 
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1850 record in the Hunt and co. Directory of East Norfolk for Philip Woodgate
1850 record in the Hunt and co. Directory of East Norfolk for Philip Woodgate
Woodgate Philip, Castle st, residence St Giles Rd. Under the list of 'Warehousemen' 
 
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1851 Census for Abel and Sarah Hampton
1851 Census for Abel and Sarah Hampton
 
 
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1851 Census for Alexander and Margaret
1851 Census for Alexander and Margaret
They live at 5 Bogroy, Kirkhill Parish, Inverness.
Alexander is aged 54, a Merchant Grocer, born Urray
Margaret his wife is aged 52, born Urray
Anne their daughter is age 22 and a house servant, born Urray
Margaret, granddaughter aged 4, born Dundee 
 
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1851 census for Dinah, a widow ('daniele') with 4 children
1851 census for Dinah, a widow ('daniele') with 4 children
This is before she met Francesco 
 
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1851 census record for John and Mercy Summerhayes
1851 census record for John and Mercy Summerhayes
 
 

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