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Edgoose AlfredJamesEdgoose 384 298.jpg
Edgoose AlfredJamesEdgoose 384 298.jpg
Alfred James Edgoose (1844-1908), second son of the Reverend Jesse Edgoose, has not been traced in the census enumerations of 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901. He was buried in Denton Cemetery, Manchester, on 19 June 1908. Probate records refer to him as a journeyman cabinet maker. 
 
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Edgoose AliceEdgoose 688 324.jpg
Edgoose AliceEdgoose 688 324.jpg
The only photograph of Alice Edgoose (1842-1880) who married David Hinchcliff in Sheffield on 29 December 1867.

Photograph by Stevens, Chicago 
 
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Edgoose AnnEdgoose 292050.jpg
Edgoose AnnEdgoose 292050.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose ArthurJohnEdgoose 581  074.jpg
Edgoose ArthurJohnEdgoose 581 074.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose AtholBertramEdgoose 552 095.jpg
Edgoose AtholBertramEdgoose 552 095.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose AugustaEdgoose 386 224.jpg
Edgoose AugustaEdgoose 386 224.jpg
A postcard of Upton Helions, the house where Augusta Edgoose (1847-1927) lived. It was addressed to Mr. Herbert Edgoose, Risegate, Blackburn, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia. The date appears to be JA 8 10. 
 
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Edgoose AugustaEdgoose 386 225.jpg
Edgoose AugustaEdgoose 386 225.jpg
The reverse side of the postcard of Upton Helions, the house where Augusta Edgoose (1847-1927) lived.
"Dear Cousin Herbert Am just sending Upton Helions my little home across the water. I trust you are well Accept by best wishes for the New year With best love Your affectionate Cousin Augusta Edgoose
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Edgoose BenjaminEdgoose 364 259.jpg
Edgoose BenjaminEdgoose 364 259.jpg
Benjamin Edgoose (1854-1928) was buried in West Walton cemetery in Norfolk.
On the right can be seen the memorial to George Batterham (1867-1937), his sister Frances Batterham (1852-1917), and Elizabeth Lovock who died in 1915 aged 65. 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548  332.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 332.jpg
Bertha Janet Curtis (1887-1967)

Photographer Lilian Ream, M. P.P. A., Wisbech and Long Sutton 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 333.jpg
Bertha Janet Curtis (1887-1967)

On the reverse: "Song Party May 1917" and initialled B.E.
Photographer: Liliam Ream, Wisbech and Long Sutton 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548  334.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 334.jpg
Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1967)

Photographer Lilian Ream 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548  335.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 335.jpg
Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1967)

Photographer Lilian Ream 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548  336.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 336.jpg
Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1867)

Inscribed on reverse: "Fancy Dress Dance Dec: 1919 Wisbech"
On the front: "Yours sincerely, Bertha" 
 
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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 331.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 331.jpg
Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1867) and her husband Tom Curtis (1884-19??)
The postcard may have been from No. 44, Peggotty Road, Great Yarmouth, because Doris Malisande Edgoose had a similar one in her possession inscribed "From Auntie Bertha and Uncle Tom 44 Peggotty Road, GT. Yarmouth".
 
 
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Edgoose BertieHoraceEdgoose 538  072.jpg
Edgoose BertieHoraceEdgoose 538 072.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose Bertram 553 073.jpg
Edgoose Bertram 553 073.jpg
Bertram Edgoose (1923-1945) was the son of Bertie Horace and Hannah Ann Edgoose. He enlisted as Private No. 14236536 115 Infantry Ordnance Sub Park R.A.O.C. on 16 July 1942 and served in England and in north west Europe. He was accidently drowned in Germany on 19 June 1945 was buried at Hamburg Cemetery, Ohlsdorf, Grave 2A B.15. He was awarded the 1939-45 Star, France and Germany Star, and the 1939-1945 War Medal. 
 

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