During August and September, I have been sharing the old photos from two Victorian Albums on Twitter and Instagram daily.
Ah well me thinks I am still the master of most of my own destiny A/S
Bernice Greenway The only girl I think I ever really loved. How great were the hours I spent with her.
This lovely old Wedding photo is now on its way to a lovely chap called Robert who contacted me via email a few days ago.
My life long friend. A man of big ideas. Full of colour and generous.
I recently opened a new bag of old photos to look through and scan and oh my goodness what treasures I found!
It’s so nice to have a date and a family name on this small photo, and not just the family name.
Twitter follower Jenni @JenniPH came to the rescue, BEVERLY! Huge thanks Jenni!
When we left Anne she had just received the news that her death sentence was going to be recommended to Her Majesty to be commuted to a life sentence.
Posted to *South Docks* Captain & Mrs Goodridge, Yacht ‘Shamrock’, 2nd Tide Basin, Swansea.
When we left Anne she was sentenced to DEATH with a plea of mercy ringing through the courts.
When we left Anne on 29th October 1860 she had been convicted of murder and sentenced to trial at the Old Bailey……
Pam has solved these Bank Holiday Puzzles
Warning!!! THAT IF YOU ARE OF A SQUEAMISH NATURE DON’T READ.