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McMurray relatives in Chicago
McMurray relatives in Chicago
 
 
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Medal for King Edward VIII Coronation
Medal for King Edward VIII Coronation
 
 
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Medal for King Edward VIII Coronation ii
Medal for King Edward VIII Coronation ii
 
 
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Memorial to Harry Banks of Darwen
Memorial to Harry Banks of Darwen
 
 
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Memorial to Thomas Banks of Darwen-1.jpg
Memorial to Thomas Banks of Darwen-1.jpg
 
 
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Mill Cottage Waterside Darwen
Mill Cottage Waterside Darwen
 
 
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Mill Cottages Waterside Darwen
Mill Cottages Waterside Darwen
 
 
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Mobilisation of 4th bat E Lancs Reg 1914
Mobilisation of 4th bat E Lancs Reg 1914
 
 
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Moor Cock hearth
Moor Cock hearth
 
 
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Moses Whewell probate 1885
Moses Whewell probate 1885
 
 
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Mother, Mary Brown
Mother, Mary Brown
 
 
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Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
A 'Receiving Home', was established in 1886 at 295 George Street Toronto. This was a boarding house for Irish, English and Scottish immigrant boys under one Mr. Fegan, who helped the young lads get on their feet after their arrival in Canada. The noted William Gooderham (of Gooderham and Worts Distillery fame) left the property as well as a large sum of money to Fegan after his death. From there the boys would be found a placement on a farm. Regular visits were made to the boys up to the age of 21, to check on their wellbeing and to make sure the placement was working out appropriately. 
 
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Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - today
Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - today
Half-way up Toronto's infamous George street lies the decaying Tudor facade of a once beautiful mid-19th century house.

Few would associate this stretch of the neighbourhood with much more than strippers and drug dealers, yet a row of abandoned historical properties sit in its midst, slowly dying. 295 is one of three such derelict properties on the street.  
 
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Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - today ii
Mr.Fegan's Boys House, 295 George Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada - today ii
Sadly, only hints of the building's former glory remain...

Recent owners have started and stopped work on the property so often that it holds little hope for revitalization...

The constant stripping and scrapping has left the stability of the structure itself fairly questionable...The remaining shambles reveal very little, giving the impression of a junk storage facility, only the exterior giving some hint of its once beautiful form.
 
 
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Mum and Ronnie's wedding  Dec 78
Mum and Ronnie's wedding Dec 78
 
 
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Mum Brown
Mum Brown
 
 
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Mum Brown (Mary Sloan)
Mum Brown (Mary Sloan)
 
 
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Mum Brown, Fazakerley
Mum Brown, Fazakerley
 
 
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Mum Brown1
Mum Brown1
 
 
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Mum in football team at Ogden's WW1
Mum in football team at Ogden's WW1
 
 
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Mum with Grandad at Dandy Row
Mum with Grandad at Dandy Row
 
 
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Murray?
Murray?
I think this is Murray, son of Jeanie McMurray and Cecil. We do not know Cecil's surname. Liverpool relatives remember Cecil and Jeanie visiting in 1950 and holding a party at Reece's cafe. 
 
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Nannie Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness)
Nannie Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness)
 
 
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Nannie Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness)
Nannie Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness)
 
 
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Nannie, Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness) - c.1930
Nannie, Ellen Brown (nee McGuinness) - c.1930
 
 
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Napoleonic medal for Ralph Entwistle.jpg
Napoleonic medal for Ralph Entwistle.jpg
 
 
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Nellie Cowen
Nellie Cowen
 
 
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Nellie Ferguson Cowen
Nellie Ferguson Cowen
 
 
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New Row Methodist Church, Livesey
New Row Methodist Church, Livesey
 
 
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New Row Methodist Church, Livesey.JPG
New Row Methodist Church, Livesey.JPG
 
 
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Next to 81 Farringdon Street
Next to 81 Farringdon Street
 
 
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Nicholas Velnoweth Bennetts
Nicholas Velnoweth Bennetts
Published in report of Nicholas' death in Darwen News 
 
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No 6 Court, Prince Edwin Street, Liverpool
No 6 Court, Prince Edwin Street, Liverpool
Richard & family lived in 2 Court 15th house, Prince Edwin Street, Everton, Liverpool at 1851. Richard (38) and Hannah (28) lived with their 3 children - James (15), Edwin (11) and William (1).
Next door lived John Robinson (51) and wife Hannah and neices Mary and Elizabeth Audley. He was a master wood turner, employing 2 men and 2 apprentices. 
 
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Norah Scahill
Norah Scahill
 
 
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Norman Entwistle  Jan 1932
Norman Entwistle Jan 1932
 
 
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Norman Entwistle & Rubienus Drinkwater's wedding
Norman Entwistle & Rubienus Drinkwater's wedding
 
 
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Old Assize Court Manchester 1900
Old Assize Court Manchester 1900
 
 
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Old House Inn, Creswick, Victoria
Old House Inn, Creswick, Victoria
 
 

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