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Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 531.jpg
Edgoose BerthaJanetEdgoose 548 531.jpg
A postcard addressed to Mr & Mrs Edgoose, 38 Whitacre Rd, Bordesley Grn, Birmingham, from Bertha Janet Edgoose (1887-1967). The carde was franked Leicester 25 May 1915.
"Have arrived quite safely. The weather has been very hot today. Billy was so over-joyed at seeing Mrs. J. I have left him with her this afternoon. Please take care of my Umbrella for me. Will come for it later."  
 
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Edgoose BertieHoraceEdgoose 538 072.jpg
 
 
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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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Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488  214.jpg
Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 214.jpg
A photograph taken to celebrate the latest addition to Walter and Naomi Edgoose's growing family, the birth of Winifred Maude Julia Edgoose in 1906. 
 
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Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 382.jpg
Worshipful Brother Burt Walter Edgoose, B.Sc., J.P. (1901-1989), author of 'A Short History of Panmure Lodge No. 723'. He was a Past Assistant Grand Director of Ceremonies, a Past Provincial Junior Grand Warden, and a Provincial Deputy Grand Director of Ceremonies. 
 
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Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 174.jpg
Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 174.jpg
Not long before he died Raymond Thomas James Edgoose (1909-2005) said that his brother Burt was always closest to his sister Babs, whereas he was closest to his brother Frank and sister Winnie. 
 
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Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 178.jpg
Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 178.jpg
The Edgoose Family of Five:
Winnie, Burt, Babs, Ray and Frank.
Winifred (1906-1994), Burt (1901-1989), Edith Naomi or "Babs" (1898-1993), Raymond Thomas James (1909-2005) and Frank Arthur (1904-1993). 
 
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Edgoose BurtWalterEdgoose 488 184.jpg
Burt Walter Edgoose (1901-1989) was educated at West End School and Aldershot County High School. At the age of 16 he entered Manchester University where he studied under Sir Ernest RUTHERFORD (later Lord RUTHERFORD), the first man to split the atom. He obtained the degree of Bachelor of Science (Engineering) with first-class honours in 1921.  
 
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Edgoose CyrilJohnEdgoose 590 525.jpg
Cyril John Edgoose (1910-1996) in 1968.

Photograph by Lilian Ream 
 
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Edgoose DorisMalisandeEdgoose 546  257.jpg
Edgoose DorisMalisandeEdgoose 546 257.jpg
Frank William Dawson Edgoose (1882-1951 was buried in Quinton Cemetery near Birmingham, Warwickshire, on 24 December 1951.
His wife Emma (1877-1957) joined him in 1957.
There daughter Doris Malisande Edgoose (108-2003) was buried in the same gave in 2003. The gravestone was replaced at this time. 
 
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Edgoose EdithEdgoose 374 242.jpg
Edith Edgoose (1886-1966) married Frank Hayward Pierce at West Walton, Norfolk, in 1909.
Burt Walter Edgoose (1901-1989) described her as the most well educated and most cultured of all the Edgooses.
The Photographer was Chic Photo Cd, 16 The Arcade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 
 
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Edgoose EdithEdgoose 374 243.jpg
Edith Edgoose (1886-1966) married Frank Hayward Pierce at West Walton, Norfolk, in 1909. Burt Walter Edgoose (1901-1989) described her as the most well educated and most cultured of all the Edgooses. The Photographer was Chic Photo Cd, 16 The Arcade, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. 
 
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Edgoose EdithNaomiEdgoose 487 207.jpg
Edgoose EdithNaomiEdgoose 487 207.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose Elizabeth(Lizzie)Edgoose 694 534.jpg
Edgoose Elizabeth(Lizzie)Edgoose 694 534.jpg
The envelope containing a letter from Elizabeth (Lizzie) Wrench nee Edgoose (1863-1942) to her aunt Harriet Cocker nee Edgoose (1958-1916) from Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA. The stamp appears to have been franked with the date 25 November 1890.
A transcript of the letter can be found under Elizabeth Edgoose (1863-1942). 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethAnnEdgoose 570 063.jpg
Edgoose ElizabethAnnEdgoose 570 063.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethDawsonEdgoose 694019.jpg
Edgoose ElizabethDawsonEdgoose 694019.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethDuncanEdgoose 616 093.jpg
Edgoose ElizabethDuncanEdgoose 616 093.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethDuncanEdgoose 616 094.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethEdgoose 301 646.jpg
The laundress Elizabeth Edgoose (1842-1911) is seated on the right of this photograph of the Holbeach Workhouse Staff circa 1904.

Photographer: Pond & Son of Long Sutton and Holbeach. 
 
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Edgoose ElizabethEdgoose 310 284.jpg
Elizabeth Edgoose (1881-1957) married William Wood (1882-1939) at Sunderland, County Durham, in 1910. She was buried in Newbottle Churchyard, County Durham. Her death was registered under the name Elizabeth M. WOOD. Does the M stand for Martha, her mother's Christian name?
The younger of their two sons, also named William, was awarded the OBE for services to medicine because of his work on the Salk polio vaccine in Canada.
 
 

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