The Edgoose and Related Families'
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Armstrong MargaretArmstrong 1173038.jpg
Armstrong MargaretArmstrong 1173038.jpg
 
 
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Bird EthelHarrietBird 1727015.jpg
Bird EthelHarrietBird 1727015.jpg
 
 
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Bird JohnHenryBird 558B053.jpg
Bird JohnHenryBird 558B053.jpg
 
 
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Bourne ElizaAnnBourne 673020.jpg
Bourne ElizaAnnBourne 673020.jpg
 
 
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Catling Emma 2147 655.jpg
Catling Emma 2147 655.jpg
Emma Catling (1846-1882)
"IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE OF Emma Catling, Wife of Edward Catling, Who departed this life November 20th, 1882, AGED 35 YEARS. And was interred at Bicker Church November 23, 1882.
Farewell husband, brothers, sisters dear,
I am not dead but sleeping here;
Short was my life, long is my rest,
God took me where he thought best.

Farewell dear husband, my life is past,
I loved you faithfully to the last;
Grieve not for me, nor sorrow make,
But love my children for my sake.

With the Family's kind regards."

The Edgoose family connection is unknown. Original of this photograph believed to have been in the collection of Clara Harriet Strohmeier, elder daughter of Elizabeth Edgoose (1852-1944), of Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA in 1972, or of Elizabeth's niece Doris Harriet Riggall of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Emma Clayton was born at Sutterton, Lincolnshire, in 1846 and married Edward Catling in 1869. According to the 1871 census of north of Sleaford & Boston turnpike, her brother William Clayton was head of the household, aged 23, farmer of about 20 acres, born at Sutterton. Emma Catling, aged 24, his sister, was the farm housekeeper.

 
 
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Cocker HannahCocker 1172037.jpg
Cocker HannahCocker 1172037.jpg
 
 
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Cocker JosephRobertCocker 1155041.jpg
Cocker JosephRobertCocker 1155041.jpg
 
 
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Croft DorinderHudsonCroft 10961 025.jpg
Croft DorinderHudsonCroft 10961 025.jpg
The connection between Dorinder Hudson CROFT and the EDGOOSE family is that she lived next door to Joel and Mary EDGOOSE in 1851.
"To you, dear husband, I was only lent, you thought me surely given;
But Jesus called, and then I went to reign with him in heaven.
Weep not for me my husband dear, I am not dead but sleeping here;
Sorrow and tears are all in vain;
We yet shall meet in heaven again."


 
 
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Dawson MargaretDawson 358040.jpg
Dawson MargaretDawson 358040.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose AgnesMaryEdgoose 582 069.jpg
Edgoose AgnesMaryEdgoose 582 069.jpg
 
 
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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 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 HarrietEdgoose 1342 636.jpg
Edgoose HarrietEdgoose 1342 636.jpg
A hymn written by Harriet Edgoose/Cocker/Riggall (1858-1916) 
 
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Edgoose HarrietEdgoose 1342 638.jpg
Edgoose HarrietEdgoose 1342 638.jpg
The first page of the obituary of Harriet Edgoose (1858-1916) which appeared in the Alford wesleyan Circuit Methodist Magazine Volume 20 No. 5 in May 1916. 
 
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Edgoose HarrietEdgoose 1342 639.jpg
Edgoose HarrietEdgoose 1342 639.jpg
The second page of the obituary of Harriet Edgoose (1858-1916) which appeared in the Alford wesleyan Circuit Methodist Magazine Volume 20 No. 5 in May 1916. 
 
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Edgoose JohnRobertEdgoose 678 033.jpg
Edgoose JohnRobertEdgoose 678 033.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose LucindaEdgoose 580  048.jpg
Edgoose LucindaEdgoose 580 048.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose LucindaEdgoose 580 066.jpg
Edgoose LucindaEdgoose 580 066.jpg
 
 

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