It’s so nice to have a date and a family name on this small photo, and not just the family name.
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.
When we left Anne on 29th October 1860 she had been convicted of murder and sentenced to trial at the Old Bailey……
I felt that I must try to finish what Anne had started, and I hope that I have achieved that
What a bonus to have another photo that is written on of the same Gibbs family!
In my last part about the family with connections to A La Ronde, I thought I would share the few photos unidentified so far with you.
Imagine my surprise when I looked on the back of these photos to see they were of a family from Beaminster, Dorset!
Some lovely Old Photos of Children from past times in my Collection
Who was Ellis Ogilvie? After another half hour reading all the reports for any clues I hit gold! I did a happy dance!!!
After being able to return the lovely photo of Agnes to a direct descendant a couple of weeks ago, Dick has very kindly sent me more images of the the family
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
The bride was attired in an ivory charmeuse (Silk) dress, trimmed with French lace and pearls, and carried a sheaf of lilies.
Good Friday 85 years ago on April 14th 1933 a lovely get together picnic at Farningham Woods.
Lovely groups of friends & children, but who are they all? Do you recognise anyone?