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U.Dave & Olive - Jul '42
U.Dave & Olive - Jul '42
 
 
602
U.Dave, Mary & Les - 1929
U.Dave, Mary & Les - 1929
 
 
603
U.Dave, Mary & Leslie - Spring 1929
U.Dave, Mary & Leslie - Spring 1929
 
 
604
U.Dave, Mary, Les - 1928
U.Dave, Mary, Les - 1928
 
 
605
U.David Brown 1939-45 Air Crew Europe Star
U.David Brown 1939-45 Air Crew Europe Star
 
 
606
U.David Brown 1939-45 Star
U.David Brown 1939-45 Star
 
 
607
U.David Brown RAF i
U.David Brown RAF i
 
 
608
U.David Brown RAF ii
U.David Brown RAF ii
 
 
609
U.David Brown's Wings
U.David Brown's Wings
 
 
610
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
611
Victorian clothes from Auntie Nellie (Ferguson Cowen)
Victorian clothes from Auntie Nellie (Ferguson Cowen)
 
 
612
Victorian embroidered cut-work mantle
Victorian embroidered cut-work mantle
 
 
613
View from Hagg Nursery c1907
View from Hagg Nursery c1907
 
 
614
Walter Cowen
Walter Cowen
 
 
615
Walter Cowen
Walter Cowen
 
 
616
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
617
WE Entwistle CWGC certificate.jpg
WE Entwistle CWGC certificate.jpg
 
 
618
WE Entwistle headstone.jpg
WE Entwistle headstone.jpg
 
 
619
WE Entwistle memorial Ragged School.jpg
WE Entwistle memorial Ragged School.jpg
 
 
620
WE Entwistle on mbike.jpg
WE Entwistle on mbike.jpg
 
 
621
Wesleyan Sunday School, Warrington
Wesleyan Sunday School, Warrington
Warrington’s population in 1801 was some 11,000. Between the 1840s and 1880s, the town’s population doubled to about 45,000 with the most rapid phase of growth occurring from the 1870s. By 1901 it had reached 65,000. The town’s good communications and expanding industries attracted migrants especially from Ireland. The migrant families crowded into the small terraced houses and courts typified by those shown around Buttermarket Street on the 1851 OS.
The Cowens lived there from before 1873 until after 1878. 
 
622
William  Entwistle - abt 1930
William Entwistle - abt 1930
 
 
623
William & Margaret Entwistle
William & Margaret Entwistle
 
 
624
William and Donald McMurray
William and Donald McMurray
"Billie and Donald McMurray, sons of Uncle Sam McMurray." 
 
625
William and Donald McMurray
William and Donald McMurray
"Billie and Donald McMurray, sons of Samuel Allan McMurray." 
 
626
William and Margaret Entwistle and family
William and Margaret Entwistle and family
 
 
627
William and Margaret Garner Entwistle
William and Margaret Garner Entwistle
 
 
628
William Collins & Ethel Maud Wood (baby still alive) and Ann Dilworth
William Collins & Ethel Maud Wood (baby still alive) and Ann Dilworth
 
 
629
William Collins & Ethel Maud Wood (baby still alive) and Ann Dilworth.jpg
William Collins & Ethel Maud Wood (baby still alive) and Ann Dilworth.jpg
 
 
630
William Entwistle B1873
William Entwistle B1873
 
 
631
William Entwistle of Woodside Bank abt 1930
William Entwistle of Woodside Bank abt 1930
 
 
632
William Entwistle with Rover 8 motor car
William Entwistle with Rover 8 motor car
The Rover 8 was launched in 1919,and built between 1920 and 1925, although the reception was fairly mixed back in those days - it was said that it was 'very warm, fairly comfortable but frankly inelegant in design'. It wasn't designed to be a plush or expensive motorcar though, it was built to a price, making it accessible to the aspiring motorist that would otherwise not be able to afford a car. Specification was less than lavish with the Eight, even the ignition switch was an extra. The basic cost price of the Rover was £220, which is interesting when compared with the £100 Ford 8hp in later years, that made motoring even more available. 
 
633
William Entwistle, Jim Entwistle & Harry Allanson
William Entwistle, Jim Entwistle & Harry Allanson
 
 
634
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
635
William Harwood and Thomas Harwood
William Harwood and Thomas Harwood
 
 
636
William Henry  Jane Elizabeth Entwisle  abt 1920-3.jpg
William Henry Jane Elizabeth Entwisle abt 1920-3.jpg
 
 
637
William Henry & Jane Elizabeth Entwisle
William Henry & Jane Elizabeth Entwisle
 
 
638
William J Roughsedge portrait
William J Roughsedge portrait
 
 
639
Willie & Great Grandma Cowen (Ellen Banks)
Willie & Great Grandma Cowen (Ellen Banks)
 
 
640
Winter Street, Blackburn
Winter Street, Blackburn
Mary was living in Winter Street, Blackburn, Lancashire at the time of her marriage to William Garner in 1873. Her mother had died in Dec 1871 and her father still lived in Hilton Street, Rhodes, Middleton, Lancs.  
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
642
Woodside Bank
Woodside Bank
 
 
643
Woodside Bank
Woodside Bank
 
 
644
Woodside Bank
Woodside Bank
 
 
645
Woodside Bank and Th Hagg postcard
Woodside Bank and Th Hagg postcard
Shows Darwen Tower, Woodside Bank and th'Hagg (Higherwood Farm) Darwen 
 
646
Wrights, daughters of Jean Wylie
Wrights, daughters of Jean Wylie
 
 
647
Wylie child in Canada
Wylie child in Canada
Probably Uncle Sam (Samuel Allan McMurray) 
 

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