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Edgoose ArthurJamesEdgoose 433 642.jpg
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 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 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 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 ElizabethLizzieWrench 694  136.jpg
Edgoose ElizabethLizzieWrench 694 136.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose HalbertEdgoose 571 357.jpg
Halbert Edgoose (1891-1976)
The reverse of the postcard showing the post office in Sutton St. James, Lincolnshire:
"Dear M&d
How are you? Better I hope? What do you think to us on the other side? It was taken all in a hurry. Have sent G. Ma. one. We are capital Best love M&H"
The card was addressed to his mother and her husband at The Mill, Walton Highway, West Walton [Norfolk]. 
 
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Edgoose HerbertHarry 463  003.jpg
Edgoose HerbertHarry 463 003.jpg
 
 
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Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 641.jpg
Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 641.jpg
Fragment 1 of 5 of a letter or letters from seaman James Edgoose (1837-1895) to Martha Ellen nee Taylor (1841-1926).
"wether we was coming hear or goaning to Cherburge till we was out side the arboure we are goaning to sunderland from hare we shall sail on to.................." 
 
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Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 642.jpg
Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 642.jpg
Fragment 2 of 5 of a letter or letters from seaman James Edgoose (1837-1895) to Martha Ellen nee Taylor (1841-1926).
"....... to Thomas Lambard as she thanks so much of Mrs Hill he sent his best love to hor when I was thear last tine but I than(k) we will let it stop" 
 
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Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 643.jpg
Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 643.jpg
Fragment 3 of 5 of a letter or letters from seaman James Edgoose (1837-1895) to Martha Ellen nee Taylor (1841-1926).
"...... all of your frind so now I must con clude with my Kind love to you and belive me to remane your ever......" 
 
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Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 644.jpg
Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 644.jpg
Fragment 4 of 5 of a letter or letters from seaman James Edgoose (1837-1895) to Martha Ellen nee Taylor (1841-1926).
"...... time we arived hear yestaday and I recevd your Kind and welKom letters and the bridsKake was very nice but I should...............
for coals but I had not time to rite from there we went in on fridy eveng and com out satad(ay) morning we had it very ruf on sunday" 
 
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Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 645.jpg
Edgoose JamesEdgoose 299 645.jpg
Fragment 5 of 5 of a letter or letters from seaman James Edgoose (1837-1895) to Martha Ellen nee Taylor (1841-1926).
"...... Clude with my Kind love to you I reamen yours ever and affectionately till Death James Edgoose" 
 
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Edgoose JuliaMayEdgoose 369 163.jpg
Edgoose JuliaMayEdgoose 369 163.jpg
A postcard franked 14 September 1908 addressed to Miss J. Edgoose, The Stores, Edward Street, Aldershot.
"Dear J I have come to see you we shall be home on Friday we shall be pleased to see you for a holiday if you may come will you let us know your loving Aunt [illegible] 
 
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Edgoose StantonCharlesEdgoose 541 115.jpg
Stanton Charles Edgoose (1880-1917) was gassed in the trenches in the First World War.
This was his last letter to Angelina who bore him a daughter. 
 
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Edgoose WalterLeederEdgoose 368 535.jpg
Walter Leeder Edgoose (1871-1957) sailed from Southampton on the Empress of Australia bound for Quebec, Canada, as part of the United Kingdom Timber Delegation, arriving on 19 August 1938. His birthday on 2 September was marked by a Canadian Pacific Telegraph addressed to W. L. EDGOOSE British Columbia Timber Trades Tour which bore the message "BIRTHDAY GREETINGS FROM ALL AT HOME NO SIG"

While in Canada he was for a time the guest of the Government of British Columbia. 
 
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Edgoose WilliamFrederickEdgoose 351 212.jpg
Edgoose WilliamFrederickEdgoose 351 212.jpg
 
 
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Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367  251.jpg
Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367 251.jpg
A postcard from Walter Leeder Edgoose to his mother Mrs J. H. Edgoose, Beechcroft, York Road, Aldershot.
"Dear Mother Just to let you know we are allright and hope you are the same. The children are very good bring them back on Monday Love Walter"
Franked Eastbourne Sussex 23 April 1938. Whose children? 
 
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Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367 253.jpg
Postcard franked 16 August 1904 Wisbech addressed to Mrs. Edgoose, "The Stores", Edward Street, Alderrshot, Hants.
"Thanks for the card I will write a long letter soon. Am now off to Wisbech How are you getting on all right. Much Love, Julia" 
 
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Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367 255.jpg
Postcard franked with a 1d George Vth stamp and dated 31 May. Addressed to Mrs Edgoose, 343 Walmer Rd Toronto Canada
"Dearest, Just to let you know that we all (underlined twice) are well and all right. I am writing letter directly after this may be in time for Mail Hope you are well getting on all right. Kindest Love
Ju"