So they hadn’t got Victor’s name wrong after all! What a surprise!
Agnes Jane AKERS married Charles William SLY at the beginning of 1880 in Cardiff, Glamorgan, Wales
Scrolling through Ebay one evening I noticed this absolutely beautiful glass Ambrotype photo, unframed, of a couple, taken I thought probably 1855/60’s
I never imagined it would take me on a journey to the Netherlands, Sweden, Milan, Italy, Sunderland, Durham. Also connections to Christopher Columbus and even the Queen of Holland
Having spent about four days worth of research on these Old Photos it’s time to give in. Have I missed something, so if you have any ideas or inspiration I would love to hear from you!
The bride was attired in an ivory charmeuse (Silk) dress, trimmed with French lace and pearls, and carried a sheaf of lilies.
So we have admirers Medee, Jeannie, Winnie and Gwen….Did Ronald marry any of them?
Though Ireland was aflame with civil war, Dublin society gaily put aside its troubles in May, 1798 to enjoy to the full an astounding story of seduction and murder!
I found this wonderful old photo at Chard Market last Thursday, on the cart is written L.Turner. Dawlish
I had a message from a direct descendant of Louisa Stallibrass Searle and James Alder, and that changed everything!
I had a message from a descendant of this family! Excitement! So this whole collection of photos that I found will be going back to their family, where they belong!
At first, after reading the back of the group photo below, I really hoped I could find Grandpa Searle & I have!
We have just recently moved from Shaftesbury to Beaminster, still in Dorset, but down nearer to the coast. Moving gives us the opportunity to explore different places locally, and of course different car boot sales and fairs.This old photo is a very recent find, the lady had the picture in a very nice silver frame. So I…