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Graham Samuel Boyd (1922-1943)
Graham Samuel Boyd (1922-1943)
 
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Graham Samuel Boyd (abt 1922-1943)
Graham Samuel Boyd (abt 1922-1943)
At Kearsney College in 1940 as a prefect.
Front row, 2nd from left
 
303
Guy & Ethel Tatham
Guy & Ethel Tatham
Guy Edgar Tatham (1895-1954) & Ethel Maude Disher (1889-1931)
 
304
Guy Edgar Tatham & family
Guy Edgar Tatham & family
Charabanc trip
 
305
Guy Edgar Tatham & squadron
Guy Edgar Tatham & squadron
at physical drill with The Blues
 
306
Guy Edgar Tatham (1895-1954)
Guy Edgar Tatham (1895-1954)
 
307
Guy Thomas Percy Tatham (1885-1930)
Guy Thomas Percy Tatham (1885-1930)
 
308
Harding Edmund Tatham (1885-1940)
Harding Edmund Tatham (1885-1940)
Gravestone, Nigel Old Cemetery
 
309
Harding Edward de Fonblanque Cox (1854-1944)
Harding Edward de Fonblanque Cox (1854-1944)
During 1914-1918 war
 
310
Harpsden, King Island, in 1900s
Harpsden, King Island, in 1900s
showing sheds & cattle
 
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Harpsden, King Island, in 1900s
Harpsden, King Island, in 1900s
view from W
 
312
Harpsden, King Island, in 1954
Harpsden, King Island, in 1954
This 1954 photo from the east shows a modest dwelling which was added on to over the years – verandah on North and East sides and extra bedrooms and school room.
 
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Harpsden, King Island, in 2006
Harpsden, King Island, in 2006
from north-east. The 2006 photos show new cladding and aluminium windows, and the old palm tree, some remaining pines, and “Cabbage tree” still growing, but the garden gone; the house then rented out by its new owner, and feeling its age.
 
314
Harpsden, King Island, in 2006
Harpsden, King Island, in 2006
from north - much changed from its earlier appearance
 
315
Harry & Edith Molony with children
Harry & Edith Molony with children
Silver Wedding 29 Nov 1916
 
316
Harry & Edith Molony with family
Harry & Edith Molony with family
Studio photo, 1907
 
317
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318
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319
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320
Harry Ward Tatham (1911-1980)
Harry Ward Tatham (1911-1980)
 
321
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
Covers of her songs
 
322
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
Studio portrait
 
323
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
Hebe Gertrude Barlow (1861-1938)
before her presentation to Queen Alexandra
 
324
Helen Elizabeth Tatham (1904-1988)
Helen Elizabeth Tatham (1904-1988)
 
325
Helen Marie Thurnall (1862-1967)
Helen Marie Thurnall (1862-1967)
aged 102. longest lived person in the family tree.
 
326
Helen Marie Thurnall (1862-1967)
Helen Marie Thurnall (1862-1967)
abt 1955
 
327
Henrietta Louisa Glenie (1838-1912)
Henrietta Louisa Glenie (1838-1912)
identity not certain
 
328
Henry Arthur Browne (1888-1918)
Henry Arthur Browne (1888-1918)
Headstone image at The War Graves Photographic Project website
 
329
Henry Edward Tatham & team
Henry Edward Tatham & team
Captain of cricket team
 
330
Henry Humphrey Jackson (1895-1969)
Henry Humphrey Jackson (1895-1969)
Harrow School photo: Henry Humphrey Jackson; 1909-13; Father G M Jackson, Clay Cross Hall, Chesterfield.
 
331
Henry Robert Whytehead (1849-1937) & Sarah May Louise Layard (1848-1929) & children
Henry Robert Whytehead (1849-1937) & Sarah May Louise Layard (1848-1929) & children
 
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Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Gun case label
 
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Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Pair of 32-bore Saw-Handled Duelling Pistols, by Tatham & Egg, abt 1810.
On sale in Oct 2013 for £18,500
 
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Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Henry Tatham (1770-1835)
Presentation sword, presented to Robert Torrens to commemorate the defence of the island of Anholt in 1811.
The decoration depicts nautical themes including Hercules illustrated on the silver inlaid grip. The Royal Marines captured the Danish island of Anholt in 1809 to use as a strategic island to protect trade in the Baltic. The Danish tried to recapture the island in 1811 and the Royal Marine Garrison, under Captain Robert Torrens, managed to repel the attack with heavy losses. [National Art Collections Fund]
 
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Henry Thomas Simpson Ward (1849-1928)
Henry Thomas Simpson Ward (1849-1928)
 
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Henry Thomas Simpson Ward (1849-1928)
Henry Thomas Simpson Ward (1849-1928)
 
337
Henry William Eliott Molony (1858-1918)
Henry William Eliott Molony (1858-1918)
abt 1883
 
338
Herbert Francis William Tatham & nephew Meaburn Tatham
Herbert Francis William Tatham & nephew Meaburn Tatham
1905
 
339
Herbert Francis William Tatham (1861-1909)
Herbert Francis William Tatham (1861-1909)
1901
 
340
Herbert Francis William Tatham (1861-1909)
Herbert Francis William Tatham (1861-1909)
Memorial window in All Saints church, Emberton
 
341
Herbert William Richmond (1871-1946)
Herbert William Richmond (1871-1946)
 
342
Hereford Cathedral School
Hereford Cathedral School
Francis Henry Tatham, headmaster, 1875-1890
 
343
Hermione Claudine Molony (1909-1990)
Hermione Claudine Molony (1909-1990)
 
344
Higham Hill Tavern, Walthamstow
Higham Hill Tavern, Walthamstow
Run by Arthur & Geraldine Pollard in 1890s. Still open in 2009, renamed The Warrant Officer.
 
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Hilda Tatham (1861-1948)
Hilda Tatham (1861-1948)
In 1889
 
346
Hinton Hall, Pontesbury
Hinton Hall, Pontesbury
Home of the Vaughan family and later of the Tatham-Warter family
 
347
HMS Fury, 1854
HMS Fury, 1854
The First Gun fired in the East
H.M. Steam Sloop "Fury", Comr. Edw. Tatham, being dispatched off Sebastopol immediately after the Declaration of War, was chased for several hours by two Russian frigates, two brigs and two steamers. On getting to windward of the enemy, she fired the First Gun.
This print is respectfully dedicated to The Officers of the Black Sea Fleet.
Alfred C. May
Mate of H.M. Ship "Fury"
 
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349
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350
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