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Edgoose ArthurJamesEdgoose 433 640.jpg
Arthur James Edgoose (1871-1957) at the age of 21.

Photograph by The Hall Studio 
 
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Edgoose ArthurJamesEdgoose 433 641.jpg
Arthur James Edgoose (1871-1957) and his wife Ann Harriet Cecilia nee Cannon (1977-1965) on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversary on 21 September 1948. 
 
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Edgoose ArthurJamesEdgoose 433 642.jpg
Arthur James Edgoose (1871-1957)

A letter dated 28 July 1888 addressed to Mr. A. J. Edgoose at School No. 1187, at Costerfield, Victoria, Australia, advising him of his appointment as a Fifth Class Officer in the Department of Law. 
 
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Edgoose ArthurJamesEdgoose 433 643.jpg
Arthur James Edgoose (1871-1957)

A letter from the Crown Law Offices, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia advising Arthur James Edgoose of 5 Oxford Street, Box Hill, Victoria, of his appointment as a Justice of the Peace on 18 February 1936. 
 
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Edgoose ArthurJohnEdgoose 581 074.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose AtholBertramEdgoose 552 095.jpg
Athol Bertram Edgoose 1920-2008, son of Bertie Horace Edgoose (1893-1950) and Hannah Ann Pitts (1888-1964). 
 
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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
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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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
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
Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1967)

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

Photographer Lilian Ream 
 
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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
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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