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Sisters Agnes Mary and Phyllis Edgoose
Sisters Agnes Mary and Phyllis Edgoose
AGNES MARY SUTTERBY nee EDGOOSE (1873-1849) and PHYLLIS BASFORD nee EDGOOSE (1881-1944)

Date: UNKNOWN

Agnes Mary EDGOOSE married Fred SUTTERBY in 1901
Phyllis EDGOOSE married John Edward BASFORD in 1938 
 
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Sisters-in-law: Elizabeth Craft & Mary Elizabeth Grace Edgoose
Sisters-in-law: Elizabeth Craft & Mary Elizabeth Grace Edgoose
Elizabeth EDGOOSE (1815-1900) was the youngest daughter of the infamous John EDGOOSE (1766-1833) and his wife Sarah LAWSON (1769-1820). She married John CRAFT. Mary Elizabeth Grace Jones (Circa 1813-1883) married Joel EDGOOSE (1804-1883).
 
 
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Sons of John Robert Edgoose senior (1839-1914)
Sons of John Robert Edgoose senior (1839-1914)
JOHN ROBERT EDGOOSE junior (1871-1918) and JOEL EDGOOSE (1873-1947)
and WILLIAM THOMAS EDGOOSE (1879-1939) [standing at back]

Date: Circa 1890?

[Photograph taken by Miller, Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA] 
 
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Steel JessieEdgooseSteel 543 092.jpg
Steel JessieEdgooseSteel 543 092.jpg
JESSIE EDGOOSE STEEL (1905-1977)

Date: 1968?

Daughter of Stanton Charles Edgoose (1880-1917) and Angelina Steel nee Crosby (1869-1942) 
 
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Sterling SarahAnnieSterling 311 128.jpg
Sterling SarahAnnieSterling 311 128.jpg
SARAH ANN EDGOOSE nee STERLING (1880-1943)

Date: 1905?

With sisters Helena and Elizabeth.
She married John Holborn Edgoose (1877-1960) on 28 July 1902 in Sunderland, County Durham. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Strohmeier RichardStrohmeier 1105 322.jpg
Strohmeier RichardStrohmeier 1105 322.jpg
RICHARD STROHMEIER (1865-1948)

Date: 1906. Place: Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA

He married Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944) in Chicago on 5 February 1894. Hei s seen here in the first Aberdeen flower shop in the Gottschalk Opera House Building, on the corner of 3rd and Lincoln Street in 1906. 
 
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Strohmeier RichardStrohmeier 1105 521.jpg
RICHARD STROHMEIER (1865-1948) and Elizabeth STROHMEIER nee EDGOOSE (1852-1944)

Date: 1899. Place: Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA

Richard Strohmeier with his wife Elizabeth nee Edgoose, their three children Richard William (1893-19??), Alice Anne Grace (1898-19??), and Clara Harriet (1894-1980), and their dog Prince in 1899. 
 
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Surgeon Commander Thomas Frank Miles RN (1906-1999)
Surgeon Commander Thomas Frank Miles RN (1906-1999)
 
 
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Surgeon Commander Thomas Frank Miles RN (1906-1999)
Surgeon Commander Thomas Frank Miles RN (1906-1999)
 
 
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Sutterby FredSutterby 1054 149.jpg
Sutterby FredSutterby 1054 149.jpg
FRED SUTTERBY 1904-1971

Date: UNKNOWN

 
 
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The Blacksmiths. Frank William Dawson Edgoose seated in second row, far right
The Blacksmiths. Frank William Dawson Edgoose seated in second row, far right
FRANK WILLIAM DAWSON EDGOOSE (1882-1951)

The Blacksmiths. Frank William Dawson Edgoose is seated in the second row, far right. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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The Photographers Carlile, A G 3146 052.jpg
The Photographers Carlile, A G 3146 052.jpg
 
 
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The Timber Firm 269.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM

Dated: Early 1900s

This very early photograph of the machine shop in premises which were destroyed by fire in the mid 1960s was taken at Church Lane East, Aldershot, Hampshire. Walter Leeder Edgoose acquired the premises from a bicycle repair firm in 1904. 
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 009.jpg
The Timber Firm 2146 009.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM

Date: 1940-Circa 1980

This Butters derrick crane dominated the skyline at Godalming Wharf in Surrey from its installation in 1940 until its demolition thirty or forty years later.  
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 010.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM

Date: Circa 1910

Some old buildings which were demolished to expand timber storage facilities circa 1960. The two story building was once occupied by a shoemaker and a large quantity of old shoes was discovered in the cellar during a shortlived redevelopment in 1990.  
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 042.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM
Data: Circa 1893
From small beginnings: Walter Leeder Edgoose (1871-1957) in the middle of his first employees. 
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 639.jpg
The Timber Firm 2146 639.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM

Date: 1937

It is said that this old building was once the Godalming Navigation's timber drying shed. The Sainsbury supermarket's car park at Godalming Wharf now covers the site. 
 
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The Timber Firm 2146 935.jpg
The Timber Firm 2146 935.jpg
THE TIMBER FIRM

Date: 1920s

Unloading timber from the docks in the 1920s 
 

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