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1903 - Wednesday 30 September 1903 ,  Nottingham Evening Post ,  Nottinghamshire, England
1903 - Wednesday 30 September 1903 , Nottingham Evening Post , Nottinghamshire, England
Under the most depressing circumstances... 
 
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1904 Death Index David E Young
1904 Death Index David E Young
 
 
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1908 cup Darwen
1908 cup Darwen
My mother, Doris Entwistle, had a cup identical to this. She said all babies born in Darwen in 1908 were given one of these cups.

The Mayor at the time was George Pickup Holden and in 1908 Darwen had just adopted The Early Notification of Birth Act which required parents to notify the Medical Office of Health within 36 hours that a birth had taken place. Once the the MOD became aware of the birth he arranged for the newly appointed health visitor to visit the family and give advice on the care of the new born. This was an attempt to reduce infant mortality. At the end of the 19th century about 20% of infants never lived to see their first birthday.

George Pickup Holden paid for the sliver plated cups out of his own pocket and were given to parent who allowed the health visitor to visit. The scheme only started in February 1908 and ended at the end of Holden's term as Mayor in November 1908. I have calculated that between 600 - 700 births took place during this period but there are no records as to how many cup were given out. (Thanks to Tony Foster for this information.) 
 
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1911 Census
1911 Census
John Crumpe Young's family at 18 Thomson Road, Seaforth (near Liverpool)
JCY - 43, Jane Banks Young - 42, Ernest Alfred Young - 16, Ida Gertrude Young - 15, John Crumpe Young - 6, Jane's mother, Ellen Cowen - 63, widow  
 
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1911 census.jpg
1911 census.jpg
 
 
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1911 George Banks.jpg
1911 George Banks.jpg
 
 
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1912 - Saturday 29 June 1912 ,  Yorkshire Evening Post ,  West Yorkshire, England.
1912 - Saturday 29 June 1912 , Yorkshire Evening Post , West Yorkshire, England.
...when it was that Jack Crossland, the Lancashire fast bowler, threw a ball over the viaduct at Lockwood, near Huddersfield....? 
 
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1918 - Saturday 29 June 1918 ,  Yorkshire Evening Post ,  West Yorkshire, England.
1918 - Saturday 29 June 1918 , Yorkshire Evening Post , West Yorkshire, England.
...whose the bowler....? 
 
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1920 Census
1920 Census
Sallie is sharing 144 Morningside Avenue, Manhattan, New York with three other women and working as a teacher at Teachers' College, Columbia University, New York 
 
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1928 - Tuesday 10 January 1928 ,  Nottingham Evening Post ,  Nottinghamshire, England
1928 - Tuesday 10 January 1928 , Nottingham Evening Post , Nottinghamshire, England
A cricketer's story 
 
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1930 news cutting headlines.jpg
1930 news cutting headlines.jpg
 
 
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1930 news cutting.jpg
1930 news cutting.jpg
 
 
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1932 - Friday 13 May 1932 ,  Nottingham Evening Post ,  Nottinghamshire, England.
1932 - Friday 13 May 1932 , Nottingham Evening Post , Nottinghamshire, England.
A Lancashire Yarn - 'how to bowl fast by picking potatoes from a nearby greengrocer's hamper and bowling them along the street.' 
 
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1932 Entwistle Family holiday in Brighton
1932 Entwistle Family holiday in Brighton
 
 
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1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 1
1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 1
 
 
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1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 3
1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 3
 
 
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1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 4
1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 4
 
 
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1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 5
1932 Entwistle family holiday in Brighton 5
 
 
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1944 newsclip
1944 newsclip
The night when Dave was lost. 
 
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1944 newsclip.gif
1944 newsclip.gif
 
 
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1944 newsclip.jpg
1944 newsclip.jpg
 
 
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2 Hartham Road Upper  Holloway
2 Hartham Road Upper Holloway
 
 
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211 James Whittaker  Catherine Entwistle marriage
211 James Whittaker Catherine Entwistle marriage
 
 
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211 James Whittaker  Catherine Entwistle marriage.jpg
211 James Whittaker Catherine Entwistle marriage.jpg
 
 
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2181 William Entwistle  Mary Entwistle marriage e.jpg
2181 William Entwistle Mary Entwistle marriage e.jpg
 
 
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23 Jul 1915 Gallipoli War Diary 4th East Lancs
23 Jul 1915 Gallipoli War Diary 4th East Lancs
 
 
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24 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea
24 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea
In 1871 John (36) was living at 24 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London with his wife Charlotte (26), baby son Albert Alfred (8 months), mother Jean Tannahill (63), adopted daughter Mary Ann Walton (15) and a visitor Malvina Curti (18). John was a master decorator (out of employ). 
 
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3 crown coin
3 crown coin
 
 
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33 Bold street Liverpool 1851
33 Bold street Liverpool 1851
Census detail for 1851. This was the address where Charlotte performed as The Infant Magnet during the summer of 1856. Described in advert as 33 Bold Street, next to Russell's French and Italian warehouse. 
 
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33 Bold street Liverpool 1851.jpg
33 Bold street Liverpool 1851.jpg
 
 
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343 Samuel Lonsdale  Margaret Drinkwater marriage.jpg
343 Samuel Lonsdale Margaret Drinkwater marriage.jpg
 
 
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343 Samuel Lonsdale & Margaret Drinkwater marriage
343 Samuel Lonsdale & Margaret Drinkwater marriage
 
 
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4 Grenville Road U. Holloway
4 Grenville Road U. Holloway
William (39) and his wife Maud (44) lived here in 1901 with their daughter Olive Mary Charlotte FOSSETT(13) 
 
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40 Upper Church Street, Brighton
40 Upper Church Street, Brighton
Photo taken in 2010 of the address we think is the one on Jeanie's death certificate. Across the road is the old church.

Jeannie Tannahill Robertson died on 16 Apr 1877 of senile decay at 40,Upper Church Street,Brighton, Sussex.
In 1891 Kelly's directory this was a lodging house occupied by Mrs Ann Towns.
 
 
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42 Adelaide St 1901 census
42 Adelaide St 1901 census
This was a previous family living in the house. 
 
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42 Adelaide St 1901 census.jpg
42 Adelaide St 1901 census.jpg
 
 
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4th East Lancs in Egypt
4th East Lancs in Egypt
 
 
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5 cents coin
5 cents coin
 
 
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6 Entwistle brothers.jpg
6 Entwistle brothers.jpg
 
 
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6th Foot soldier Napoleonic Wars.jpg
6th Foot soldier Napoleonic Wars.jpg
 
 
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8 Eastern Terrace, Brighton
8 Eastern Terrace, Brighton
In 1881 an Ellen Robertson, born in Liverpool, was working as a housemaid at 8 Eastern Terrace, Brighton. (RG 11/1077)

EASTERN TERRACE: This imposing terrace has nine large, four-storey, listed houses of about 1827-8, some of the finest in the town. Nos.1-2 and 9 have wide bow fronts, while no.8 has a concave facade. Most have Doric porches, and nos.5-7 have unstuccoed first floors faced in yellow brick. No.1 was occupied from 1836 until 1858 by the first Lord Sudeley, and then by Sir Albert Sassoon in 1876-96; the Bombay Bar in St George's Road (q.v.) behind the house was constructed as his private mausoleum. The house became the Court Royal Hotel in 1914, and was converted into Court Royal Mansions in the early 1950s. No.2 was the home of the famous journalist George Augustus Sala in the 1890s, while no.9 was occupied for some time by King Manoel II of Portugal during his exile; it later became the Royal Sussex Hotel and then part of the MunicipalTrainingCollege until the 1970s. {44,46,83}
 
 
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81 Farringdon Street
81 Farringdon Street
Charlotte Smith died here of acute bronchitis on 20 Feb 1887, five days after giving birth to her son, James Hollingham Robertson. The baby died on 8 Mar at his aunt Ellen's home. 
 
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82 Regent Street (left of flag)
82 Regent Street (left of flag)
Charles Fossett lived or worked at 76-82 The Quadrant, Regent Street from at least 1834 until his retirement in 1864. 
 
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83 Hartham Road U. Holloway
83 Hartham Road U. Holloway
 
 
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9 Devenant Road U. Holloway
9 Devenant Road U. Holloway
Montague Hollingham Robertson was born here on1 Sep 1875. Parents named on birth certificate as George Robertson and Charlotte Robertson, formerly Smith. Further evidence that his father was George Hollingham. 
 
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A Diary from the Dardanelles (1).pdf
A Diary from the Dardanelles (1).pdf
 
 
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A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p01
A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p01
I found this as an article published in the Darwen Advertiser and News, Wednesday November 3, 1982.
'TODAY WE publish the lucid and vivid diary of a Darwen man who volunteered for the Fourth East Lancashire Regiment during the First World War.
Mrs Nellie Garner unearthed her late husband Albert's diary of his time in the Dardanelles while looking through some old papers...'
We visited the Imperial War Museum in 2009 and were able to read and obtain copies of the original diaries, deposited by his daughter nearly three decades ago. 
 
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A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p02
A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p02
I found this as an article published in the Darwen Advertiser and News, Wednesday November 3, 1982. 'TODAY WE publish the lucid and vivid diary of a Darwen man who volunteered for the Fourth East Lancashire Regiment during the First World War. Mrs Nellie Garner unearthed her late husband Albert's diary of his time in the Dardanelles while looking through some old papers...' We visited the Imperial War Museum in 2009 and were able to read and obtain copies of the original diaries, deposited by his daughter nearly three decades ago. 
 
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A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p03
A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p03
I found this as an article published in the Darwen Advertiser and News, Wednesday November 3, 1982. 'TODAY WE publish the lucid and vivid diary of a Darwen man who volunteered for the Fourth East Lancashire Regiment during the First World War. Mrs Nellie Garner unearthed her late husband Albert's diary of his time in the Dardanelles while looking through some old papers...' We visited the Imperial War Museum in 2009 and were able to read and obtain copies of the original diaries, deposited by his daughter nearly three decades ago. 
 
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A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p04
A Diary from the Dardanelles 1915 p04
I found this as an article published in the Darwen Advertiser and News, Wednesday November 3, 1982. 'TODAY WE publish the lucid and vivid diary of a Darwen man who volunteered for the Fourth East Lancashire Regiment during the First World War. Mrs Nellie Garner unearthed her late husband Albert's diary of his time in the Dardanelles while looking through some old papers...' We visited the Imperial War Museum in 2009 and were able to read and obtain copies of the original diaries, deposited by his daughter nearly three decades ago. 
 

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