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Edie and Eddie Turner in the garden of Gibby's Cottage soon after they moved in.
"Edie" and "Eddie" Turner in the garden of Gibby's Cottage soon after they moved in.
 
 
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113 Stanhope Grove about 1930
113 Stanhope Grove about 1930
The front of 113 Stanhope Grove showing the new garden constructed by William Edward Turner 
 
3 1839D4-M-Z-0680[1]2.jpg
 
 
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1841 Census
1841 Census
Enumerators page of the 1841 census of Sawston showing Sarah Griggs living with Thomas Dean after the transportation of her husband James. Hannah is not with them.

Sarah was mother-in-law of William Turner b 1830 
 
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1841 census Hetton-le-Hole
1841 census Hetton-le-Hole
Enumerators Page from the 1841 census of Hetton-le-Hole showing Ann Newton-nee Watson with her five children. She is shown to be of independent means. George Newton her husband had died recently. 
 
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1841 Census of Stapleford
1841 Census of Stapleford
Page from the enumerators book of the 1841 census of England showing Ann Turner in Stapleford with her four sons William,Edward,Charles and Thomas.Thomas senior had died in 1839. 
 
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1861 census
1861 census
Page from the 1861 census showing Michael and Hannah Kay and their children. 
 
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1871 census of England Ifield
1871 census of England Ifield
Showing Thomas Tidy,Charlotte and family at the Gate Inn,Ifield. William is already a nurseryman. Thomas Tidy also used the surname Wales from time to time and some of his children were registered under one surname but christened under another.  
 
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1891 census page
1891 census page
1891 census of Middlesbrough showing Michael Gent (tailor) and his family 
 
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1891 census page
1891 census page
This shows Thomas Wales/Tidy living with his daughter and son in law in 1891. Thomas is thought to have been born as a Wales but 1871 he gave his name as Tidy.By 1881 he had changed the family name to Wales again. The reason is not yet known 
 
11 18th c slave ship.jpg
 
 
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18th Century Map of Cambridgeshire
18th Century Map of Cambridgeshire
 
 
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18th Century Map of Durham
18th Century Map of Durham
 
 
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18th Century Map of Gloucestershire
18th Century Map of Gloucestershire
 
 
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18th Century Map of Lancashire
18th Century Map of Lancashire
 
 
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18th Century Map of North Yorkshire
18th Century Map of North Yorkshire
 
 
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18th Century Map of Staffordshire
18th Century Map of Staffordshire
 
 
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18th Century Map of Sussex
18th Century Map of Sussex
 
 
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A Computer Generated Report of the Mais Family
A Computer Generated Report of the Mais Family
 
 
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A convict ship arriving at Sydney
A convict ship arriving at Sydney
Drawing of the arrival at Sydney in the National
Library of Australia.

William and James Griggs travelled together on a convict ship named The Mangles and arrived at Sydney in July 1837. James was father to Hannah Griggs and father-in law to William Turner b 1830. 
 
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A Freak Show- a cautionary tale for Medical Professionals
A Freak Show- a cautionary tale for Medical Professionals
Open letter from the Directors of EDS Today 
 
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A Parents and Teachers Guide on Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
A Parents and Teachers Guide on Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
 
 
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A Scintilla Foreign White cat
A Scintilla Foreign White cat
Pat Turner bred pedigree cats from about 1961 to 1992. She was interested in colour genetics and developed several new breeds and colour varieties during that time.The first of these was the Foreign White(White Siamese). 
 
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A V1 Flying Bombs- a doodlebug in flight
A V1 Flying Bombs- a "doodlebug" in flight
 
 
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A view of Bluntisham looking from the end of the village towards the St Ives Road and the thirteenth century St Mary's Church.
A view of Bluntisham looking from the end of the village towards the St Ives Road and the thirteenth century St Mary's Church.
 
 
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Ada Margaret Bassett
Ada Margaret Bassett
 
 
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Air Raid Wardens practising with the stirrup pump.
Air Raid Wardens practising with the stirrup pump.
William Edward Turner practised with his fellow wardens and his stirrup pump saved his house in Stanhope Road when an incendiary bomb landed on the roof. 
 
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Alexander and Jennifer Williamson
Alexander and Jennifer Williamson
Alexander Williamson, with his wife Jennifer, on his 85th birthday  
 
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Alexander Kay
Alexander Kay
Alexander Kay son of Nicholas and Marie Kay 
 
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Alfred Tidy
Alfred Tidy
Alfred Tidy pictured a few months before his death in 1930 
 
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Alfred Tidy with Edith
Alfred Tidy with Edith
Alfred Tidy with Edith aged about three months. Alfred was grandfather to Rosalie and Pat Turner  
 
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Alice and Ada Barnes
Alice and Ada Barnes
Alice Payne(Right) and Ada Hazel(Left) were sisters and daughters of James Barnes and Mary Fletcher 1862-1947.During the First World War they worked at the Woolwich Arsenal and this photograph shows them in their workclothes.  
 
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Alice Fletcher in Bluntisham
Alice Fletcher in Bluntisham
Alice Fletcher at the doorway of Souhview,Wood End,Bluntisham, Huntingonshire about 1941. Note Huntingdon has now been absorbed into Cambridgeshire. Alice evacuated to Bluntishamat the beginning of the second World War. She lived at Southview when she first arrived and then shared a cottage with Beatrice Croft at Wood End. The cottages have been demolished. 
 
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Alice Tidy nee Fletcher
Alice Tidy nee Fletcher
Alice with her Pekingese dog "TooShun" photographed in Ely 1944. 
 
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Alice Tidy nee Fletcher with baby Edith
Alice Tidy nee Fletcher with baby Edith
Alice Tidy with Edith in pram. 
 
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Alice Tidy with baby Alfred
Alice Tidy with baby Alfred
Alice Tidy nee Fletcher with her son Alfred who died when 9 days old in 1907. 
 
37 AlJolson-TheSpaniardthatBlightedMyLife.mp3
 
 
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Alvar Liddell reads the midnight BBC news
Alvar Liddell reads the midnight BBC news
The adults of the family invariably listened to the BBC midnight news. The BBC news was always followed by "The National Anthem" and as the house was terraced and the "wireless" was against a neighbours wall there was an occasion when the neighbours arrived at the door to celebrate. Having heard the National Anthem through the wall they thought that the war was over. 
 
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Alyssa
Alyssa
Alyssa Peebles Skelton-great grandchild of Majorie Laurence nee Bassett 
 
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Amy Armour
Amy Armour
Amy as a young woman. Amy is a daughter of Ada Amy Turner 
 
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An aircraft of the RFC 1916
An aircraft of the RFC 1916
An aircraft used by the Royal Flying Corps when Charles Tidy joined in 1916 
 
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ANCESTORS MOST WANTED
ANCESTORS MOST WANTED
 
 
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Angela and Rodney 2005
Angela and Rodney 2005
Angela and Rodney Kay 
 
44 Ann Newton,George and Thomas 1851.jpg
 
 
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Anne with Paul
Anne with Paul
Violet Anne Mais nee Walton with her son Paul photographed in Darlington about 1953 
 
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Art School Days
Art School Days
Pat Turner in the Life Room at Maidstone School of Art.She shared a flat (room!) with Margaret Clarke who made this drawing. 
 
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Article from The Handbook of Genetic Counselling/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Article from The Handbook of Genetic Counselling/Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
 
 
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Ashington Road
Ashington Road
Ashington Road where William Edward Turner and family lived in 1901 
 
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Autosomal Dominant
Autosomal Dominant
Chart showing how the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is inherited as an autosomal dominant in descendants of the Fletcher family.  
 
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Auxiliary Fire Service engine leaving its station
Auxiliary Fire Service engine leaving its station
The AFS had a station at the top of Stanhope Grove and the sound of their clanging bells was heard repeatedly during the nights of the blitz 
 

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