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101
A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p08
A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p08
A further extract from the 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 diaries of his wartime service while looking through a drawer of old papers in 1982. Mr Garner had died in May 1968 when he was 72. Their daughter, Connie, transcribed the diaries before passing them on to the Imperial War Museum. The directness and simplicity of his writing is particularly impressive as he had left school at 12 ˝ years old and (in Connie’s words) ‘never pretended to be clever but he had learned how to write’.  
 
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A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p09
A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p09
A further extract from the 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 diaries of his wartime service while looking through a drawer of old papers in 1982. Mr Garner had died in May 1968 when he was 72. Their daughter, Connie, transcribed the diaries before passing them on to the Imperial War Museum. The directness and simplicity of his writing is particularly impressive as he had left school at 12 ˝ years old and (in Connie’s words) ‘never pretended to be clever but he had learned how to write’.  
 
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A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p10
A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p10
A further extract from the 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 diaries of his wartime service while looking through a drawer of old papers in 1982. Mr Garner had died in May 1968 when he was 72. Their daughter, Connie, transcribed the diaries before passing them on to the Imperial War Museum. The directness and simplicity of his writing is particularly impressive as he had left school at 12 ˝ years old and (in Connie’s words) ‘never pretended to be clever but he had learned how to write’.  
 
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A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p11
A Long Journey to the Somme 1917 p11
A further extract from the 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 diaries of his wartime service while looking through a drawer of old papers in 1982. Mr Garner had died in May 1968 when he was 72. Their daughter, Connie, transcribed the diaries before passing them on to the Imperial War Museum. The directness and simplicity of his writing is particularly impressive as he had left school at 12 ˝ years old and (in Connie’s words) ‘never pretended to be clever but he had learned how to write’.  
 
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Acorn
Acorn
 
 
106
Ada Dardis emigration 1923
Ada Dardis emigration 1923
 
 
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Ada Dardis emigration 1923-1.jpg
Ada Dardis emigration 1923-1.jpg
 
 
108
Ada Robertson B1911
Ada Robertson B1911
27 Apr 1911
23, Tegrid Street,Liverpool, Lancashire,England 
 
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Ada Robertson B1911.jpg
Ada Robertson B1911.jpg
 
 
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Ada Robertson d.1975
Ada Robertson d.1975
 
 
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Ada Robertson D1911
Ada Robertson D1911
18 Jul 1911
23, Tegrid Street,, Liverpool,Lancashire
 
 
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Ada Robertson D1911.jpg
Ada Robertson D1911.jpg
 
 
113
Ada Robertson D1975.jpg
Ada Robertson D1975.jpg
 
 
114
Agnes Aitken McClure's passport application 1925
Agnes Aitken McClure's passport application 1925
 
 
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Agnes McClure passport 1925.jpg
Agnes McClure passport 1925.jpg
 
 
116
Albert & Emma Robertson 1901 census
Albert & Emma Robertson 1901 census
Possibly Albert? 
 
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Albert & Emma Robertson 1901 census.jpg
Albert & Emma Robertson 1901 census.jpg
 
 
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Albert A Robertson 1891
Albert A Robertson 1891
90 ,Liverpool Road, Islington, London,,England
Albert (20) and sister Charlotte (13) were living in Islington with their aunt Ellen Philp (57) and her husband John (45). John was a commercial traveller and Albert a waiter. 
 
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Albert A Robertson 1891 census.jpg
Albert A Robertson 1891 census.jpg
 
 
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Albert A. Robertson B1871
Albert A. Robertson B1871
24, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, London,,England 
 
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Albert A. Robertson B1871.jpg
Albert A. Robertson B1871.jpg
 
 
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Albert Garner medal card
Albert Garner medal card
 
 
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Albert Garner medal card.jpg
Albert Garner medal card.jpg
 
 
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Albert Livesey's grave
Albert Livesey's grave
 
 
125
Alex Robertson B1922.jpg
Alex Robertson B1922.jpg
 
 
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Alexander Robertson b.1922
Alexander Robertson b.1922
50, Harbord Street, Liverpool, Lancashire,England 
 
127
Alexander Robertson d.2002
Alexander Robertson d.2002
22 Oct 2002
Liverpool Hospital, Liverpool, Lancashire 
 
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Alexander Robertson D2002.jpg
Alexander Robertson D2002.jpg
 
 
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Alice  Thomas Entwistle MI.jpg
Alice Thomas Entwistle MI.jpg
 
 
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Alice & Thomas Entwistle grave plan.jpg
Alice & Thomas Entwistle grave plan.jpg
 
 
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Alice & Thomas Entwistle MI.jpg
Alice & Thomas Entwistle MI.jpg
 
 
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Alice and Thomas Entwistle graveyard plan
Alice and Thomas Entwistle graveyard plan
grave 27 St James
 
 
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Alice and Thomas Entwistle headstone transcription
Alice and Thomas Entwistle headstone transcription
This was transcribed during a graveyard survey at St James, Darwen during the 1970s. 
 
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Alice Ann Arkwright probate 1959
Alice Ann Arkwright probate 1959
 
 
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Alice Ann Entwisle Wm Arkwright MC 1898
Alice Ann Entwisle Wm Arkwright MC 1898
28 Dec 1898
Edgworth Congregational Church,, Edgworth, Bolton,Lancashire 
 
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Alice Ann Entwisltle John Sharples M 1893.jpg
Alice Ann Entwisltle John Sharples M 1893.jpg
 
 
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Alice Ann Entwistle bap 1871
Alice Ann Entwistle bap 1871
 
 
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Alice Ann Entwistle bap 1871.jpg
Alice Ann Entwistle bap 1871.jpg
 
 
139
Alice Ann Entwistle John Sharples M 1893
Alice Ann Entwistle John Sharples M 1893
 
 
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Alice Bretherton baptism 1902
Alice Bretherton baptism 1902
 
 
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Alice Entwistle's birth certificate 1841
Alice Entwistle's birth certificate 1841
Born at Warm Withins, Oswaldtwistle, Haslingden, Lancashire, England 
 
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Alice Entwistle's birth certificate 1841.jpg
Alice Entwistle's birth certificate 1841.jpg
 
 
143
Alice Haworth Bap 1806
Alice Haworth Bap 1806
 
 
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Alice Haworth Bap 1806.jpg
Alice Haworth Bap 1806.jpg
 
 
145
Alice Haworth D 1844
Alice Haworth D 1844
Moor Cock,Oswaldtwistle, Blackburn, Lancashire, England
Consumption.
Probably Alice's death - described as Alice, wife of Thomas Entwistle, weaver. Blackburn vol. 21, page 43.
Moor Cock is near Linn Withins/Shin Bone - near boundary between current Blackburn/Hyndburn/Rossendale. Very close to Grey Mare.
Buried at St James Church, Haslingden, Lancashire, England. 
 
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Alice Haworth D 1844.jpg
Alice Haworth D 1844.jpg
 
 
147
Alice Leonard Bretherton death certificate
Alice Leonard Bretherton death certificate
 
 
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Alice Leonard Bretherton death certificate.jpg
Alice Leonard Bretherton death certificate.jpg
 
 
149
Alice Mary Robertson D1939
Alice Mary Robertson D1939
24 Feb 1939
13, Leopold Road, Kensington, Liverpool 
 
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Alice Mary Robertson D1939.jpg
Alice Mary Robertson D1939.jpg
 
 

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