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 Bombay Mar '72 Virago
Bombay Mar '72 Virago
"Yesterday as the Virago (s), Turner, was completing her loading for Liverpool, it was found that the cargo in the after compartment, consisting of cotton, was on fire. After throwing a quantity of water down, the fire was extinguished. About 39 bales were damaged by water and 7 bales were more or less burnt. The vessel sustained no injury." 
 
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'Faidherbe' plaque, Mission to Seamen in Cape Town.
'Faidherbe' plaque, Mission to Seamen in Cape Town.
Questions were asked in the House of Commons about the S.S. Faidherbe tragedy in which Cyril Calvey died. This awakened a memory, for cousin Frank Whittaker, of when his mother told him about the death of Cyril Calvey. She said that Auntie Polly had told her that a plaque had been placed in a Mission to Seamen in Cape Town commemorating the loss of the vessel.

Frank has been in touch with the Mission to Seamen in Cape Town and has received four photographs of the plaque.

The quote is from a poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson called Crossing the Bar. The quote is "Twilight and evening bell, and after that the dark! and may there be no sadness of farewell, when I embark." 
 
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'Mac' and Ruth McMurray
'Mac' and Ruth McMurray
'Mac' - Uncle Sam McMurray and his 2nd wife, Ruth in the garden of their home in Chicago. Ruth sent this photo at Christmas to 'Aunt Bella' (Sam's mother's sister, Isabella Allan Cowen in Liverpool, England). On the back of the photo she writes that they are busy settling into 'Mac's' lovely home.She hopes to meet Bella someday. US relatives of Ruth say the McMurray's lived in a wonderful big house in Western Springs, a very nice suburb of Chicago. Family stories from the US recall that he had a seat at the Chicago Board of Trade (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Board_of_Trade ) 
 
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1, Alderney Street, Westminster, London, England
1, Alderney Street, Westminster, London, England
As it appears in 2011. Maybe no. 1 was destroyed during the last war?
John (46), described as a 'Fine Arts Salesman unemployed' was living with his son John Tannahill (9), a scholar. there was also a visitor, Jessie A Edwards (30), unmarried and with no occupation, from Scotland. 
 
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127 Duke Street, Liverpool in 2010
127 Duke Street, Liverpool in 2010
Still standing and for sale in April 2010. Properties below 127 have been demolished.
In 1851 Charlotte (6) was living here with her mother Ellen (or Hellen) Smith (42) and siblings Hellen (15), William (14), Sidney (8), Edwin (2), Susan (17) and Susan's husband John Burge(25). William and John worked as tailors. Samuel was not present for the census. 
 
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148 Fairbridge Road U. Holloway.jpg
148 Fairbridge Road U. Holloway.jpg
 
 
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165 Charles Entwistle  Catherine Harwood marriage.jpg
165 Charles Entwistle Catherine Harwood marriage.jpg
 
 
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1827- St.Martinís, Birmingham
1827- St.Martinís, Birmingham
 
 
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1841 map of Black Horse Lane Area
1841 map of Black Horse Lane Area
 
 
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1851Census-Thomas Roughsedge.jpg
1851Census-Thomas Roughsedge.jpg
 
 
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1860 Kelly Directory name entry.jpg
1860 Kelly Directory name entry.jpg
 
 
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1860 Kelly Directory street entry.jpg
1860 Kelly Directory street entry.jpg
 
 
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1861 Census
1861 Census
Living at 412 Scotland Road, Liverpool - almost opposite to the Rotunda which became the Rotunda Theatre in 1860.
Father - Francis E (61), mother - Ann (61), son David E (33) 
 
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1861 Census.jpg
1861 Census.jpg
 
 
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1861 John Crossland
1861 John Crossland
Samuel Crossland 36 Ruth Crossland 36 Sarah Ann Crossland 13 Elizabeth Crossland 11 John Crossland 9 Ruth Crossland 6  
 
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1870 A Green Liverpool Directory - FE Young.jpg
1870 A Green Liverpool Directory - FE Young.jpg
 
 
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1871 Census William James Roughsedge
1871 Census William James Roughsedge
William J (26) and Mary Ann (25) lived with children Thomas Edward (2) and Mary (2 m). Also a lodger Mary Lloyd (49). 3 other households shared the house. 
 
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1871 Census William James Roughsedge.jpg
1871 Census William James Roughsedge.jpg
 
 
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1871 John & Martha Crossland
1871 John & Martha Crossland
27, Upper Green,, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire.
In 1871 John (19) and his wife Martha (18) were boarding with the Pegg family. Their son, John was 7 months old. John was working as a coal miner. 
 
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1872 Clark Tannahill to Quebec.jpg
1872 Clark Tannahill to Quebec.jpg
 
 
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1872 George Clark to Quebec small.jpg
1872 George Clark to Quebec small.jpg
 
 
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188 Euston Road
188 Euston Road
Euston Road in the 21st century. 
 
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188 Euston Road (left) 1878
188 Euston Road (left) 1878
188 Euston Road, Pancras, London is where Charlotte Hollingham Robertson was born on 20 Mar 1878. Charlotte, the mother, was described as a lodging house keeper. No father was named. Ellen Murray was present at the birth. 
 
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1881 Census
1881 Census
Father - David E Young (50), mother - Ann (47), children - Francis (male 16), John (13), David (10), Ida (4), William (8) 
 
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1881 Census.jpg
1881 Census.jpg
 
 
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1881 John & Martha Crossland
1881 John & Martha Crossland
Boarder with Spencer family. Wife Martha was at Lord Street, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, England Martha Crossland 29 John Crossland 11 Samuel Crossland 7 Sarah Ann Crossland 5 Richard Crossland 1  
 
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1891 - Daily Gazette for Middlesborough 16 Nov 1891
1891 - Daily Gazette for Middlesborough 16 Nov 1891
Crossland and the Parsons 
 
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1891 - Saturday 10 January 1891 ,  Derby Daily Telegraph ,  Derbyshire, England
1891 - Saturday 10 January 1891 , Derby Daily Telegraph , Derbyshire, England
The reported death of Jack Crossland 1891 
 
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1891 -Thursday 08 January 1891 ,  Derby Daily Telegraph ,  Derbyshire, England.
1891 -Thursday 08 January 1891 , Derby Daily Telegraph , Derbyshire, England.
Premature obituary!  
 
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1891 Census
1891 Census
Living at 98 Westminster Road: father David Eng Young - 65, mother Anna - 50, John - 23, David Eng - 20, William - 18, Ida - 14 
 
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1891 Census
1891 Census
Family of Jamess Cowen and Ellen Banks 
 
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1891 Census.jpg
1891 Census.jpg
 
 
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1891 John & Martha Crossland
1891 John & Martha Crossland
22, St Paul's Street,, Blackburn, Lancashire,England.
In 1891 John and his wife Martha (both 38) were living at 22 St Paul's Street, Blackburn with their children Samuel (16), Sarah A (14), Mary E. (12), Richard (10), William (8), Ruth (4) and Eleanor (2). John was a general labourer, Samuel an errand boy and Sarah a cotton weaver. 
 
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1891Census-James & Ellen Cowen
1891Census-James & Ellen Cowen
37, Dryburgh Street, Kirkdale, Liverpool
James (48), Ellen (43), Thomas B (20), Ellen A (17), Joseph J (15), George (12), Emily M (9), William H (6), Alfred E (4) were living in Dryburgh Street, Kirkdale. (James' brother William Henry lived at 17 Dryburgh Street). 
 
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1891Census-James & Ellen Cowen.jpg
1891Census-James & Ellen Cowen.jpg
 
 
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1899 - Thursday 22 June 1899 , Bristol Mercury, Bristol, England
1899 - Thursday 22 June 1899 , Bristol Mercury, Bristol, England
On one occasion Jack Crossland was engaged to play against a team which included two or three clergymen..... 
 
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1900 New Jersey census edited.jpg
1900 New Jersey census edited.jpg
 
 
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1900 New Jersey census Sallie J and 5 Tannahill children
1900 New Jersey census Sallie J and 5 Tannahill children
 
 
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1901 Census David E Young
1901 Census David E Young
304 Westminster Road
Head - David E (75), wife - Annie (67), children - William (27), Ada (24) 
 
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1901 Census John Crumpe Young
1901 Census John Crumpe Young
John as head of household at 28 Linton Street, Walton-on-the-Hill, Liverpool.
John - 33, wife Jane - 32, son Ernest - 6, daughter Ida - 5 
 
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1901 census, Tetlow Street
1901 census, Tetlow Street
 
 
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1901 Census.jpg
1901 Census.jpg
 
 
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1901 David E Young Census.jpg
1901 David E Young Census.jpg
 
 
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1901 John & Martha Crossland
1901 John & Martha Crossland
3 George Street West, Blackburn, Lancashire.
John and Martha (both aged 49) were living in Blackburn with their children William (16) a signal porter(?), Ruth (14), a cotton weaver and Mary Ellen (12). John was a fish porter at the railway station. 
 
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1901 N F Haworth.jpg
1901 N F Haworth.jpg
 
 
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1903 - Monday 28 September 1903 ,  Lancashire Evening Post ,  Lancashire, England
1903 - Monday 28 September 1903 , Lancashire Evening Post , Lancashire, England
Death of a noted cricketer at Blackburn 
 
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1903 - Monday 28 September 1903 ,  Yorkshire Evening Post ,  West Yorkshire, England
1903 - Monday 28 September 1903 , Yorkshire Evening Post , West Yorkshire, England
A famous Lancashire bowler... 
 
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1903 - Saturday 26 September 1903 ,  Nottingham Evening Post ,  Nottinghamshire, England
1903 - Saturday 26 September 1903 , Nottingham Evening Post , Nottinghamshire, England
Death of Jack Crossland 
 
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1903 - Tuesday 23 June 1903 ,  Portsmouth Evening News ,  Hampshire, England
1903 - Tuesday 23 June 1903 , Portsmouth Evening News , Hampshire, England
A good cricketing story is a rarity.... 
 
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1903 - Wednesday 30 September 1903 ,  Lancashire Evening Post ,  Lancashire, England.
1903 - Wednesday 30 September 1903 , Lancashire Evening Post , Lancashire, England.
Interment at Blackburn Cemetery... 
 

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