1894 Photograph Taken in Wallington, England

Photographer: French & Co. 1 Railway Terrace, Wallington, Surrey

Written on Back: Cecily Judith Phillips at 16 months

May 12 1894

Research:

Cecily Judith Phillips (born 12 May 1894) was the daughter of Edward Phillips and Sarah Elizabeth (nee Lloyds) Phillips. She married Oakley G. Bolton in the second quarter of 1917 in Croydon, Surrey. Cecily Judith (nee Phillips) Bolton died in the September quarter of 1983 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire, England.

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C. 1880s Photograph Taken in Cheltenham, England

Photographer: Suter, Royal House, Cheltenham

Written on Back:

Ranuld Cunliffe Martin

Research:

Ranald Cunliffe Martin (born 17 Feburary 1868 in India) was the son of Major-General John Paton Martin and Clara (nee Brightly) Martin. He died 8 November 1949 in Surrey, England.

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C. Post-1880s Photograph Taken in Liverpool, England

Photographer: Medrington, 29 Bold Street Liverpool

Written on Back: Edwin & Janet Hall

Research:

Edwin Alfred Hall (born 24 December 1864 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England) was the son of Jeffrey Austin Hall and Lucy A. (nee Watkins) Hall. He died in the April Quarter of 1905 in West Darby, Lancashire.

Janet Emily Hall, nee Barr, (born July Quarter 1867 in West Derby, Lancashire, England) was the daughter of James Barr and Sarah Ann (nee Cass) Barr. She died in the December Quarter 1939 in Crosby, Lancashire, England.

The couple married in the September Quarter 1886 in West Derby.

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C. 1880s Photograph Taken in Islington, England (DOWNES-SHAW, HAVERGAL)

Photographer: Turner & Killick, Upper Street, Islington

Written on Back: Aunt Amy & Downes Shaw

Nee Havergal (daughter of Henry Edol H/E)

Amey and the Rev??

Downes-Shaw

Research:

Amy Havergal (born 3 March 1853 in Cople, Bedford, England) was the daughter of Henry East Havergal and Frances Mary (nee Walker) Havergal. She married Reverend A. Downes Shaw in 1882 and went with him into the mission field at Mauritius. Amy Downes-Shaw, nee Havergal, died in 1890 while the couple was still in Mauritius. She had at least one son, Archibald Havergal Downes-Shaw (born 1884), and one daughter, Amy Winifred Downes-Shaw (born 1887).

Reverend Archibald Downes-Shaw (born in the March Quarter of 1857 in Billercay, Essex, England) was the son of Henry Shaw and Marion Selby (nee Hele) Shaw. He died on 3 December 1939 in Bodmin, Cornwall, England. He married twice, first to Amy Havergal (in the photo), and then Alice Montague.

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