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The Church of Christ the Cornerstone in Milton Keynes.
The Church of Christ the Cornerstone in Milton Keynes.
The church was opened in 1992 and two of its foundation stones were dedicated in remembrance of John Mais 1921-1992. 
 
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The Church of St Mary the Virgin,Horsham
The Church of St Mary the Virgin,Horsham
Thomas Tidy was christened here on the 12th June 1824. His father was John Tidy and his mother Sarah  
 
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The church of St Sepulchre,Holborn Viaduct
The church of St Sepulchre,Holborn Viaduct
St Sepulchre-without-Newgate,usually known as St Sepulchre is the church where Thomas Tidy Wales and Charlotte Barnes were married on 9th July 1849. It is the largest church in the city of London. Built around 1450, it was badly damaged in the Great Fire and was rebuilt by Sir Christopher Wren in 1670-1. The historic tower holds the 12 bells of… 
 
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The church of St Thomas a Beckett at Cliffe,Lewes
The church of St Thomas a Beckett at Cliffe,Lewes
St Thomas a Beckett Church in the old parish of Cliffe in Lewes,Sussex where Benjamin Bassett was christened in 1807. Wheter his parents Henry Bassett and Ann were resident in the parish is not known and to date no record of their marriage or residence in Lewes has been found. 
 
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The Church of the Ascension at Whixley,North Yorkshire.
The Church of the Ascension at Whixley,North Yorkshire.
The ancient parish church at Whixley where Winterburn ancestors of Thomas Kay were christened,married and buried as far back as parish registers were kept.It has not been possible to link all family members but a search on "Winterburn" will show some of th other potential relatives. Whixley is in the beautiful area of Yorkshire around Harrogate… 
 
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The Convict Ship the Mangles
The Convict Ship the Mangles
The Mangles was the convict ship on which William and James Griggs were transported.It departed from Portsmouth on the 8th March 1837 with 310 male convicts on board. The Master was William Carr and the Ship's surgeon was Fran Logan. Two of the convicts died on the journey but the remaining 308 disembarked at Port Jackson on the 10th July… 
 
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The Cousins
The Cousins
Clockwise from Kieran -the little boy drinking - Lucas,Scott,James,Ryan,Thomas,Christopher,Stefan and Jack. 
 
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The Daily Herald front page in November 1944
The Daily Herald front page in November 1944
On 10th November 1944 Churchill announced "We are under attack again" and the press were able to give details of the renewed attacks by V1 flying bombs 
 
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The execution handbell of St Sepulchre rhyme
The execution handbell of St Sepulchre rhyme
Traditionally, the great bell of St Sepulchre would be rung to mark the execution of a prisoner at the nearby gallows at Newgate. The clerk of St Sepulchre's was also responsible for ringing a handbell outside the condemned man's cell in Newgate Prison to inform him of his impending execution. This handbell, known as the Execution Bell, now… 
 
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The Gate Inn at Ifield,Nr Horsham,Sussex
The Gate Inn at Ifield,Nr Horsham,Sussex
The Gate Inn at Ifield where Thomas Tidy Wales and Charlotte lived and worked with their family. 
 
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The Gent Family minus one in 1871
The Gent Family minus one in 1871
Showing Elizabeth Gent nee Graham with her family in Aldbrough. Her husband Thomas Gent was not there on the night of the census. 
 
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The Grant Lee tank
The Grant Lee tank
The Grant Lee tank used by General Montgomery and the 3rd Carabiniers in Burma- now in the Imperial War Museum 
 
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The Holme,Lancashire.
The Holme,Lancashire.
Home of the Whitakers of Holme in Lancashire from the 1400s. Margaret Whitaker of Holme married Nicholas Whitaker of Healey in 1618 and their third great grandaughter married John Fletcher 1737. The Holme was destroyed by fire in 2003. 
 
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The Marriage by Licence of John Fletcher and Mary Whitaker
The Marriage by Licence of John Fletcher and Mary Whitaker
Copy of a page from the Marriage Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley,Lancashire. It shows the marriage by licence of John 1737 and Mary Whitaker. John could write his name but Mary could not. 
 
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The Marriage Record for Michael Kay and Hannah Plant
The Marriage Record for Michael Kay and Hannah Plant
Copy of the original page in the General Register Office Index for the marriage of Michael Kay and Hannah Plant in 1857. 
 
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The Morrison Shelter-1941 cartoon
The Morrison Shelter-1941 cartoon
The Turner family had an indoor Morrison Shelter in their dining room. It replaced the dining table and was used for Pat & Rosalie to sleep in during nights when the outdoor shelter was not used. They hated sleeping in the same bed and had their bed "territories" divided by a long bolster!
The Morrison Shelters saved many lives and was named… 
 
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the new Mrs Kay
the new Mrs Kay
The new Mrs Kay 
 
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The North Yorkshire Moors
The North Yorkshire Moors
The moors around Over Silton and Kepwick. 
 
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The Parish Church at Ickleton,Cambridgeshire
The Parish Church at Ickleton,Cambridgeshire
This is where William 1807 and James 1813 Griggs were christened.They became shepherds and remained in Ickleton until 1836 when they were convicted at the Cambridge Assizes 
 
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The Peebles Four
The Peebles Four
Back-left to right- Shyama,Matthew
Front -left to right -Tracy and Bruce.
Matthew,Tracy and Bruce are grandsons of Marjorie Laurence nee Bassett 
 
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The Revd Kirby,minister of the Bluntisham Chapel between 1939 and 1945
The Revd Kirby,minister of the Bluntisham Chapel between 1939 and 1945
The Revd Kirby,his wife and daughter lived next door to the chapel at The Manse and Pat stayed with them during her first stay in the village
 
 
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The Sailing Ship Opawa
The Sailing Ship Opawa
About a year after the death of his wife in 1878 George Newton emigated to New Zealand with his five youngest children. They left Plymouth on the Opawa at the end of August and arrived in New Zealand at the end of November. During the voyage George met Mrs Peters who was the sub matron for the voyage. They were later married in New Zealand 
 
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The Stores East Malling,the village green and the King and Queen public house
The Stores East Malling,the village green and the King and Queen public house
The Stores is seen at the left 
 
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The V2 rocket
The V2 rocket
The first V2 rocket fell on 8th September 1944 and the attacks went on until the 18th September when Londoners believed that they had stopped for good. Unfortunately that was not the case and on 3rd October attacks recommenced. The final V2 rocket was in March 1945 when Londoners were preparing themselves for the onslslaught of the expected V3s. 
 
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Theodore
Theodore
Theodore Tidy- son of Moses Tidy 
 
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Thomas 2005
Thomas 2005
Thomas Kay 
 
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Thomas Kay
Thomas Kay
Thomas Kay senior 
 
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Thomas Tidy
Thomas Tidy
Thomas Tidy b 1927 
 
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Three generations of Turners
Three generations of Turners
Aunt May holding Pat's hand,Grandmother Amy and Grandfather William outside the house in Putney about 1934 
 
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