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Nicholas Kay
Nicholas Kay
 
 
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Nick Kay and Marie Williamson at their wedding in Alfriston in 2008
Nick Kay and Marie Williamson at their wedding in Alfriston in 2008
Deans Place,wherethe wedding took place,is near to Star Lane where his second great grandfather Benjamin Bassett and his great grandmother AMY Bassett once lived. Benjamin was groom at the famous Star Inn. 
 
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Nick with Steelcross Silhouette
Nick with Steelcross Silhouette
Nick Kay with Steelcross Silhouette(Lucy) a Sussex Spaniel 
 
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On holiday
On holiday
William Edward Turner,Edith Alice Turner nee Tidy,,Alice Tidy nee Fletcher and Pat Turner on holiday  
 
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Page from the 1891 census of Lambeth
Page from the 1891 census of Lambeth
The Capel family at 3 Souhampton Street East,Lambeth in the census of 1891 showing Thomas Anthony Kay's great great grandmother Rosina Capel. Rosina's father was a lighterman and waterman on a barge. Note that the family of ten were living in three rooms.  
 
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Part of the shop on the corner of Church Walk and the High Street in East Malling Kent.
Part of the shop on the corner of Church Walk and the High Street in East Malling Kent.
A view of the shop once run by Eddie and Edie Turner. This is the view looking down Mill Street towards St James Church.The section of shop premises shown is now a Tandoori House but was then the grocery,greengrocery and confectionary section with the tearoom entrance in Church walk to the left hand side of the picture and the library,drapery… 
 
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Pat
Pat
Pat Powell nee Newton 
 
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Pat aged 7
Pat aged 7
Pat Turner at age 7 
 
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Pat at Bolling Hall,Yorkshire with friend Margot
Pat at Bolling Hall,Yorkshire with friend Margot
Pat Turner at Bolling Hall, Bradford,Yorkshire 
 
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Patricia Crowe
Patricia Crowe
Patricia Crowe-daughter of Marjorie Laurence nee Bassett 
 
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Paul 2006
Paul 2006
Paul Mais photographed in 2006 
 
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Paul and family
Paul and family
The Mais family Left to right- Charlotte,Paul,Laura,Susan and Rachelle  
 
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Paul and Isabel 2006
Paul and Isabel 2006
Paul Mais with his partner Isabel 
 
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Paul Turner and family September 2006
Paul Turner and family September 2006
Photograph taken at his parents' (Roy and Sylvia) Golden Wedding Celebration. 
 
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Peter Tidy
Peter Tidy
Peter Tidy 
 
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Postcard of Gibby's Cottage in the early 1960s
Postcard of Gibby's Cottage in the early 1960s
 
 
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Poster in buses,trams and trains in 1941
Poster in buses,trams and trains in 1941
 
 
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Reuben TURNER 1871-1946
Reuben TURNER 1871-1946
Reuben Turner (in the dark suit) at the Turner house in Bomaderry,New South Wales,Australia. Reuben was first cousin twice removed to Pat and Rosalie Turner. 
 
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Rev Thomas Dunham Whitaker
Rev Thomas Dunham Whitaker
The Rev Thomas Dunham Whitaker (of Holme) was fifth cousin six times removed to Pat Newton and Rosalie Kay.He was author of the famous History of Whalley first published in 1801.See Notes for his pedigree entry to find further information.  
 
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Rosalie
Rosalie
Rosalie Turner in the garden at East Malling soon after the Second World War. 
 
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Rosalie and Jim
Rosalie and Jim
The Kays-Rosalie Kay nee Turner and Jim Kay 
 
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Rosalie and Pat
Rosalie and Pat
Rosalie and Pat Turner with Pat's flatmate and friends in Morfa Nevin abt 1957 
 
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Rosalie at Oldholbans with her goats
Rosalie at Oldholbans with her goats
Rosalie Kay nee Turner with her goats at Oldholbans Park Cottage  
 
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Rosalie Kay
Rosalie Kay
Rosalie Kay nee Turner about 1937 
 
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Roy and Sylvia with Duncan and family Sept 2006
Roy and Sylvia with Duncan and family Sept 2006
Roy Turner and Sylvia Turner nee Watkins with their son Duncan and his family at their Golden Wedding Celebration in September 2006 
 
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Roz with Steelcross Muscari
Roz with Steelcross Muscari
Hayley the Pointer with Rosalie Kay nee Turner 
 
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Sarah Ann Scarrott
Sarah Ann Scarrott
Saran Ann was the wife of Thomas Tidy Wales (great grand uncle of Rosalie and Pat) Sarah Ann was from a Traveller family.  
 
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Sarah Jane 1942
Sarah Jane 1942
Sarah Jane Mais nee Walker, pictured in Darlington in 1942.





Sarah Jane Mais nee Walker pictured in 1942



 
 
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Sarah Turnbull nee Barnes 1892-1973
Sarah Turnbull nee Barnes 1892-1973
Sarah was the eldest daughter of James Barnes and Mary Fletcher. 
 
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Shelter Regulations
Shelter Regulations
 
 
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Signing the register
Signing the register
Nicholas and Maria signing the register at their wedding on 26.April.2008 
 
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Simon Crowe
Simon Crowe
Simon Crowe -grandson of Marjorie Laurence nee Bassett 
 
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Slave Ship in full rigging
Slave Ship in full rigging
 
 
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St Denys Church,Rotherfield,Sussex
St Denys Church,Rotherfield,Sussex
St Denys Church where Charlotte Barnes and her sister Naomi were christened on 21st December 1831. The original shingle covered spire was destroyed in the hurricane of 1987. 
 
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St Mary's Church at Over Silton,North Yorkshire
St Mary's Church at Over Silton,North Yorkshire
St Mary's Church at Over Silton where Michael Kay was christened in May 1827. His father was a local coalminer called Thomas Groves who later married another woman. His mother was Mary Kay born in 1808 and daughter of John Kay and Margaret Hall who were married there. Over Silton and Kepwick are on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors and this… 
 
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St Michael's Church,Bray
St Michael's Church,Bray
Church where Edith Tidy was christened.  
 
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St Peter's Church
St Peter's Church
St Peter's Church.William Griggs died aged 59 at Newton in New South Wales,Australia and was buried at the nearby cemetery of St Peter's.
William and his brother James were convicted for sheep stealing in Cambridgeshire and transported for life to Australia. He was second great granduncle to Rosalie and Pat Turner.  
 
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St Peter's Church,Burnley,Lancashire
St Peter's Church,Burnley,Lancashire
St Peter's Church where the earliest known Fletchers were christened,married and buried. 
 
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St Wulfram's Church,Grantham
St Wulfram's Church,Grantham
St Wulfram's Church where William Edward Turner and Amy Bassett were married in 1892 
 
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Stanmore Hall,Middlesex where William Tidy was Head Gardener
Stanmore Hall,Middlesex where William Tidy was Head Gardener
William Tidy was great grandfather to Rosalie and Pat Turner 
 
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Steelcross Mirage
Steelcross Mirage
One of the English setters bred by Roz and Nick Kay. 
 
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Stefan
Stefan
Stefan Bradley, 
 
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Stephen - school photograph
Stephen - school photograph
Stephen Powell- grandson of Victor Newton 
 
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Stephen with some of his sailing trophies
Stephen with some of his sailing trophies
Stephen Powell with sailing trophies about 1995. Stephen is grandson of Victor Newton 
 
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Stephenson
Stephenson
Claire Stephenson nee Pymont with Christopher and baby Lorraine with grandmother Ada Stephenson nee Bassett. 
 
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Sylvia at her Golden Wedding 2006
Sylvia at her Golden Wedding 2006
Sylvia Turner nee Watkins at her Golden Wedding Celebration in September 2006 
 
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That Naughty Waltz
That Naughty Waltz
This was Edith's party piece and as well as accompanying William Edward Turner she would play this as a solo. 
 
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The aftermath of a doodlebug
The aftermath of a "doodlebug"
Beckenham suffered badly from the German V1 flying bombs during the summer of 1944.Many people were killed and houses were reduced to rubble. 
 
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The Baptism of Pocohontas by Alexander Whitaker. A study for a mural by John Gadsby Chapman 1837-1840
The Baptism of Pocohontas by Alexander Whitaker. A study for a mural by John Gadsby Chapman 1837-1840
Alexander Whitaker was the son of Dr William A Whitaker of St John's College,Cambridge. H travelled to the USA as a missionary and was known there as "The Apostle of Virginia" He baptised Pocohontas and subsequently offiiated at her marriage.He was first cousin twelve times removed to Pat Newton and Rosalie Kay 
 
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The Burma Star
The Burma Star
The Campaign Medal awarded for war service in Burma between 1941 and 1945. 
 

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