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Goldsmith JessieBeatriceGoldsmith 840 053.pdf
Goldsmith JessieBeatriceGoldsmith 840 053.pdf
KHAKI

Author: Jessie Beatrice Goldsmith (1883-1975)

Date: 13 February 1900

Publication: Eastern Daily Press  
 
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"PHILADELPHIA & SHINEY MOW" by Olive M. EDGOOSE (1910-2003)

In 1993 Olive May Edgoose nee Green wrote a chapter entitled "Philadelphia & Shiney Mow" for the book "I Remember.......The North East" published by the Pentland Press Ltd. (ISBN 1 85821 149
2)
This is the article she gave me.

Page 1 of 3 
 
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"PHILADELPHIA & SHINEY MOW" by Olive M. EDGOOSE (1910-2003)

In 1993 Olive May Edgoose nee Green wrote a chapter entitled "Philadelphia & Shiney Mow" for the book "I Remember.......The North East" published by the Pentland Press Ltd. (ISBN 1 85821 149 2)

This is the article she gave me.
Page 2 of 3 
 
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Green OliveMayGreen 318 986.jpg
"PHILADELPHIA & SHINEY MOW" by Olive M. EDGOOSE (1910-2003)

In 1993 Olive May Edgoose nee Green wrote a chapter entitled "Philadelphia & Shiney Mow" for the book "I Remember.......The North East" published by the Pentland Press Ltd. (ISBN 1 85821 149 2)

This is the article she gave me. Page 3 of 3 
 
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Hinchcliff DavidHinchcliff 1414 945.jpg
OBITUARY OF THE REVEREND DAVID HINCHCLIFF 1870-1962

[cutting from an unknown newspaper] 
 
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JOHN DOUGLAS HINCHCLIFF O.B.E. (1914-1977)

Queen's Birthday Honours List 1972

The little village of Eynsford once again features in the list, with resident Mr. John Douglas Hinchcliff of New Place, Castle Yard, honoured with an O.B.E.

 
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 034.jpg
The premises of W.L. Edgoose in Church Lane East shortly after the move to Perowne Street. The previous occupant was a bicycle repair
shop.

From the Aldershot News Special Coronation Number, 11 August 1902. 
 
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THE TIMBER FIRM

Unloading timber at Wharf Bridge, Farnborough Road, Aldershot, in March 1920. The two barges had travelled up the Basingstoke Canal from the Thames.

Reprinted from the Aldershot News of Friday, 19 March 1920, with permission dated 7 November 2017 from Trinity Mirror plc 
 
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THE TIMBER FIRM

W. L. Edgoose's advertisement for the sale of timber "Now lying at ALDERSHOT WHARF, on the Basingstoke Canal"

See photograph of Aldershot Wharf and the barges under Photos

Photocopied from the Aldershot News of Friday 19 March 1920 with permission of Trinity Mirror plc 
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 040.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM
A paragraph photocopied from the Aldershot News of Friday 19 March 1920 describing Mr. W. L. Edgoose's successful attempt to bring two barge-loads of timber up the Basingstoke Canal from the Thames.

With permission of Trinity Mirror plc 
 
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JAMES EDGOOSE WESTMORELAND (1869-1948) 10 FEBRUARY 1915

An Advertisement for the Aberdeen Painting and Decorating Co., proprietor James WESTMORELAND, of 318 South Main Street, Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA., together with James WESTMORELAND's famous weather forecast.  
 
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Westmoreland JohnMetcalfeWestmoreland 669 024.jpg
DONALD H. METTAM TO MICHAEL JAMES EDGOOSE 02 JANUARY 1982

Sarah, d/o Francis & Ann Westmoreland born on 6 February 1842 and baptised Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 13 March the same year. She married Thomas Mettam (1845-1920), the Sleaford blacksmith. She died 29 October 1893. Source: Donald Henry Mettam 
 
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Wrench EdwardMasonWrench 1482 812.jpg
EDWARD MASON WRENCH, Esq., M.V.O., F.R.C.S., J.P. (1833-1912)

Taken from 'Derbyshire Leaders' by E. Gaskell, 1908.

Father of John Henry Kirke WRENCH (1867-1960) who married Lizzie EDGOOSE (1863-1942) in South Dakota, USA, on 25 December 1889. 
 

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