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Pickup Bank Independent Chapel
Pickup Bank Independent Chapel
 
 
452
Pike House, Entwistle
Pike House, Entwistle
Ann Marsden's place of birth. 
 
453
Pleasant View, Brandwoods Farm, Edge Lane, Entwistle
Pleasant View, Brandwoods Farm, Edge Lane, Entwistle
Isabella, Tristram and famiy lived here in 1891. 
 
454
Polly Entwistle
Polly Entwistle
 
 
455
Polly Entwistle & Tom Calvey's wedding
Polly Entwistle & Tom Calvey's wedding
 
 
456
Polly Entwistle-2
Polly Entwistle-2
 
 
457
Pontesbury Baptist Chapel
Pontesbury Baptist Chapel
 
 
458
Possibly Hugh Robertson (Aunt Sarah's brother) and wife
Possibly Hugh Robertson (Aunt Sarah's brother) and wife
 
 
459
properties adjoining Albany Street, Regent's Park
properties adjoining Albany Street, Regent's Park
 
 
460
Quane wedding
Quane wedding
 
 
461
Queen St Paisley
Queen St Paisley
 
 
462
RAF Dave
RAF Dave
 
 
463
Railway Tavern, Whittlestonehead
Railway Tavern, Whittlestonehead
 
 
464
Ralph Entwistle US Fed Census Mortality Schedules.jpg
Ralph Entwistle US Fed Census Mortality Schedules.jpg
 
 
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RAMC badge
RAMC badge
 
 
466
Reid family buried at Woodside Cemetery, Paisley
Reid family buried at Woodside Cemetery, Paisley
Transcription by Paisley Cemetery Company 
 
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Reid family in Woodside Cemetery, Paisley
Reid family in Woodside Cemetery, Paisley
Transcription 
 
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Rev Joseph Lakelin 1774-1858
Rev Joseph Lakelin 1774-1858
He was born in the year 1774 in Birmingham, England. At this time the population of the town was expanding rapidly. By 1700, a gentleman by the name of William Westley had drawn up a town plan and calculated the population of Birmingham as 15,000. By 1750 the town’s population had doubled by people immigrating from the surrounding towns and villages. Birmingham was gaining a reputation as a town where things were really progressing. It was becoming a trading and manufacturing town of status. Nails, metalwork, and anything made of iron were being exported to London and Europe. Birmingham had a monopoly. The change to industrialisation had taken hold by the time Joseph was born. Mills were springing up all around the town. Corn mills were being converted to the production of metal rolling and ironwork. Birmingham was importing iron from Europe and made steel in its factories.. The town was rapidly establishing a reputation for quality goods at prices that undercut industry elsewhere. Gun making, toymakers and button makers were sending their wares around the world. This period of history has been described as Birmingham’s ‘Golden Age’. The town of Birmingham already had a rich cultural mix of settlers from Europe and beyond. It also suffered from dissenters. These were people who disagreed with the tenets of the established Church of England. As a result Birmingham erupted in violence in 1791. They even built a military barracks in 1793 at Ashted to ensure that law and order could be maintained. Joseph Lakelin’s family would have been among these dissenters throughout his early years living in Birmingham. He may indeed have witnessed or certainly been aware of such hostilities. 
 
469
Reverse of John & Grace Tannahill photo
Reverse of John & Grace Tannahill photo
 
 
470
Rhodes street map 25in 1888-93
Rhodes street map 25in 1888-93
 
 
471
Richard & David Brown from Ellen's locket
Richard & David Brown from Ellen's locket
 
 
472
Richard Brown from his mother's locket
Richard Brown from his mother's locket
 
 
473
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
474
RN hospital ward, Gillingham, Kent
RN hospital ward, Gillingham, Kent
 
 
475
Road to Higher Warm Withins
Road to Higher Warm Withins
 
 
476
Robert Robertson
Robert Robertson
"Robert R (brewer) brother of Hugh R Aunt Sarah`s father"
Photo found in old album which probably originally belonged to Sarah Robin Robertson (later Milton). Captions seem to have been written by one of children of Sarah's sister Mary Jane Robertson (later Ure).  
 
477
Robert Tannahill, poet
Robert Tannahill, poet
 
 
478
Rogers  Rosetta Olney
Rogers Rosetta Olney
 
 
479
Rogers Tom
Rogers Tom
 
 
480
Roll of Honor Vol XIII.jpg
Roll of Honor Vol XIII.jpg
 
 
481
Rossetti & Swinburne plaque, Cheyne Walk
Rossetti & Swinburne plaque, Cheyne Walk
 
 
482
Royal Artillery badge
Royal Artillery badge
 
 
483
Royal Naval Hospital gate, Gillingham, Kent
Royal Naval Hospital gate, Gillingham, Kent
 
 
484
Ruth & Eddie Scahill
Ruth & Eddie Scahill
 
 
485
Sallie Belle from her Columbia University obituary
Sallie Belle from her Columbia University obituary
 
 
486
Sam McMurray's visit
Sam McMurray's visit
'Uncle Sam' came to England in mid 1955, staying at The Adelphi Hotel, and held a party for relatives at Reece's Cafe, Liverpool.
On 29 Aug 1955 he travelled back to the US via Southampton and New York on the ship United States. He was described as a single, male broker. 
 
487
Sam Sloan
Sam Sloan
 
 
488
Samuel  Mary Ann Entwistle with son Albert Edward.jpg
Samuel Mary Ann Entwistle with son Albert Edward.jpg
 
 
489
Samuel Allan McMurray
Samuel Allan McMurray
One of a pair of photos (of Samuel and his wife Florence) sent to Liverpool relatives, probably about 1950. 
 
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Sarah Robin & husband
Sarah Robin & husband
Sarah Robin & husband - photo in folder found in possession of Sid Cowen, grandson of Sarah's sister, Isabella Coventry Robertson (later Wylie). Original now passed on to Geoff Ash, descendant of Sarah.

 
 
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Sarah Robin Milton and husband
Sarah Robin Milton and husband
 
 
492
Sarah Robin Robertson abt 1910
Sarah Robin Robertson abt 1910
 
 
493
Sarah Robin, young and old?
Sarah Robin, young and old?
 
 
494
Sarah Sloan Attendance Medal i
Sarah Sloan Attendance Medal i
 
 
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Sarah Sloan Attendance Medal ii
Sarah Sloan Attendance Medal ii
 
 
496
Shaws Alley
Shaws Alley
James and Ann lived in Shaw's Alley when son James was born in 1788.
James Robinson - Son of James Robinson & Ann
Born: 5 Aug 1788
Abode: Shaws Alley
Occupation: Blacksmith
Register: Baptisms 1787 - 1792, Page 123, Entry 27
Source: LDS Film 1656377
 
 
497
Sid & Boys Brigade
Sid & Boys Brigade
 
 
498
Sid & Mary Cowen - May '37
Sid & Mary Cowen - May '37
 
 
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Sid & Mary engagement
Sid & Mary engagement
 
 
500
Sid & Mary honeymoon i
Sid & Mary honeymoon i
 
 

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