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A selection of photographs, prints and postcards. Some have personal or family connections
Elsewhere on the website: Our Genealogy
Images of Matlock & Matlock Bath

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Index of Images -
on pages of their own, many with local history and biographical information.

Below are counties and places where we do not have enough images to warrant a sub-section of their own.
Images of Derbyshire and Godalming, Surrey are in their own sections. Images of Matlock and Matlock Bath are in another part of this web site.



} Shinfield - St. Mary's Parish Church.
} The original church at Shinfield was built in 1069.


} Bowdon - St. Mary's Church *Additional images and more info*
} Includes quote from Balshaw's Directory (1855). Bowdon Church is today surrounded by a paved area made up from the headstones of the very many graves in the churchyard that had been flattened in 1860.

} The Cat and Fiddle Inn, near Buxton *Additional images and more info*
} High on the moors between Buxton and Macclesfield.


} Aspatria - King Street, about 1930.


} The Town of Ashburton, about 1845,
} Engraving, about 1845, from Dugdale's "England and Wales Delineated".
} Powderham Castle engraving, about 1845,
} Engraving, about 1845, from Dugdale's "England and Wales Delineated".


} Painswick, a Cotswolds town.


} Hampshire - The Market Place, Petersfield. *Image rescanned*
} Engraving, about 1845, from Dugdale's "England and Wales Delineated"


} Jacob's Ladder, Nuttall Park, early twentieth century *New*
} Broughton High School for Girls, Higher Broughton - in 1931. *Updated*
} With information about how and when the school was founded.

} Manchester - Market Street. *Additions*
} Market Street is the city's main shopping street and for a long time was the home of the once magnificent Lewis's department store.
Manchester Exchange (Manchester Royal Exchange) is also here.

} Piccadilly, Manchester and the Albion Hotel, 1820s-1927. *New*
} Piccadilly has always been one of the city's main thoroughfares and shopping area.
Manchester Royal Infirmary, built in 1752, was here until 1908.
} Manchester - The Shambles, 1900.


} Bradgate Park, Little Matlock *New*
} Once owned by the Grey family. A reservoir was built here in 1860 and the park was given to Leicestershire, for public use, in 1929.

London, City of

} The Charterhouse, City of London. *New*
} Built in 1371 for Carthusian monks, taken by the Tudor King Henry who sold it on, turned into a home,
then into Sutton's Hospital and was the first home of Charterhouse School.
5 postcards.


} Kitt's Cotty House, near Aylesford.
} Engraving, about 1845, from Dugdale's "England and Wales Delineated".

Oxfordshire, but some places formerly in Berkshire

} Ardington - Holy Trinity Church.
} Ardington, near Wantage, is a pretty Oxfordshire village, lying in the Vale of the White Horse. Here are 4 photographs and a 1903 postcard. *New image and info*

} East Hagbourne and St. Andrew's Church.
} East Hagbourne, originally in Berkshire, is a really beautiful village.
} East Hagbourne, Whitechapel Road, about 1912 *New*
} Now known as Blewbury Road, the image shows a saddler's and harness maker's premises and Whitechapel Cottage.
} [Didcot] North Hagbourne: South View, 1914 *New*
} Recently built houses on South View, later Wessex Road. With five young boys.

South London Cinemas

} The Golden Domes Cinema, Streatham; The Plaza Cinema, Catford, The Ritz Cinema, Balham; The Rex Cinema, Norbury
} (Golden Domes shown on left).


} Ilam, Holy Cross Church *New*
} The church before and after the 1856 restoration.
} Ilam Hall *New*
} Lithograph, with accompanying text, from William Adam's "The Gem of the Peak".
The Hall was rebuilt in the Elizabethan Tudor style during the reign of George IV.


} Aberystwith Castle, Cardiganshire (Ceredigion) *Image rescanned*
} Engraving, about 1845, from Dugdale's "England and Wales Delineated".

} Betws y Coed, Conwy: Miners' Bridge *New*
} Albumen print and postcard ofa painting by H. Hadfield Cubley.
The wooden bridge, used by lead miners to get to work, spans the Afon Llugwy.
} Mochdre, Montgomeryshire (Powys) - St. Asaph's parish church.

War and War Graves

} How He Won the Victoria Cross (the Zulu War)
} Postcard of a painting showing one of the acts of bravery of Captain and Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, later General, Redvers H. Buller

} France and Belgium
} 1. France:
Faubourg-D'Amiens Cemetery, Arras;
Etaples - a general view and the headstone for JH Smithies (Etaples shown left);
Poppies in Flanders Field;
Belfast Tower, near Albert;
Honlon Cemetery nr St. Quentin;
Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, near Wimereux and Boulogne.
Thiepval British Memorial, near Albert;
Wimereux Communal Cemetery
2. Belgium:
Dickebusch New Military Cemetery Extension, south of Ypres
} Le Touquet. Paris Plage. La Gare des Tramways (tram station) *New*
} A World War One postcard.
} The Great War. - Estrées (Somme). Entrance of the Village *New*
} A World War One postcard.

} WW2 - Reginald Andrews' Franconia Adventure*New*
} One soldier's small part in the Second World War and his trip to the Crimea.

Yorkshire - West Riding

} Tong - St. James' Parish Church *New*
} There is archaeological evidence that a church was built here before the Norman Conquest.
} Tong - Houses at Holme, 1910 or before *New*
} Two sixteenth century deeds link the Stead family to Holme in the Lordship of Tong.

The Somme Valley, France.
          Ponds between Long and Longpre-Les-Corps-Saints
The Somme Valley today