The Edgoose and Related Families'
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UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHS

Male - 1900


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  • Name UNIDENTIFIED PHOTOGRAPHS,  
    Gender Male 
    _UID 845A53FA47874A29B05F050059BE7ED6EBDF 
    Buried 1900 
    Person ID I2147  Edgoose
    Last Modified 28 May 2017 

  • Photos
    Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367  171.jpg
    Leeder JuliaHannahLeeder 367 171.jpg
    JULIA HANNAH EDGOOSE nee LEEDER (1850-1946)

    Date: 1856-1875

    Photograph believed to be of Julia Hannah Edgoose nee Leeder.
    [Photograph by John Huggins (1825-1890), City Portrait Rooms, Davey Place, Norwich. Working years 1856-1875]
    Edgoose PatienceEdgoose 344 611.jpg
    Edgoose PatienceEdgoose 344 611.jpg
    PATIENCE EDGOOSE 1838-1915

    Date: 1860s-1870s?

    Taken during her stay in the USA. Photographer: Tinsley's Gallery, Nos. 121 and 136, South Clark Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
    The back of the photograph on the left has been handwritten in pencil as if cut from a postcard.

    Photos - Unknown Subjects
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 591.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 591.jpg
    This photograph of an unidentified young woman was taken by J. Kennerell, Borough Studio, York Row, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, circa 1896. [No. 1429]
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 590.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 590.jpg
    The photographs of these two unidentified children were taken by J. Bull of Peterborough.

    (provenance uncertain)
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 588.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 588.jpg
    Photograph by Jasper J. Wright (1861-1940)
    Post 1888. Before 1916
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 587.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 587.jpg
    Young Boy Standing.
    Photograph taken by Mr. E. Steele, 8 High Street, Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 578.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 578.jpg
    Photograph taken by J. Kennerell, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 576.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 576.jpg
    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's Album*
    Photograph taken by G. & J. Hall, 26 Westgate, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 586.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 586.jpg
    Young Woman Seated in a photographer's studio. The photographer was J. Prout of Lynn, Norfolk
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 585.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 585.jpg
    The photograph on the left is from Julia Hannah Leeder's Album. The Photograph on the right is by Cheffins of Duke of Edinburgh Walk, Holbeach, Lincolnshire. These two men look very much alike.
    Date: Circa 1868.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 584.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 584.jpg
    Photograph by Cheffins, Duke of Edinburgh Walk, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
    Date: Circa 1868.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 583.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 583.jpg
    Part enlargement of a photograph by Cheffins of Duke of Edinburgh Walk, Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
    Date: Circa 1868.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 577.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 577.jpg
    Photograph taken by Reynolds, London Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk.
    Handwritten message reads "Leany" with best Love.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 575.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 575.jpg
    Photograph taken by LOW, Euclid Crescent, Dundee, Scotland.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 581.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 581.jpg
    This photograph of an unidentified young man was taken by Edward Johnson, of Lower Hill House, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, between 1879-1892.

    *From the collection of Julia Hannah Leeder*
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    Unidentified Photographs 2147 580.jpg
    Who are these two unidentified men?
    The photograph on the left was taken by Edward Johnson, 21 Church Terrace, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, circa 1851-1879.
    The photograph on the right was taken by Edward Johnson, Lower Hill House, Wisbech, between 1879 and 1892

    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's collection*
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 579.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 579.jpg
    The photograph on the left was taken by E. Johnson, 21 Church Terrace, Wisbeach, Cambridgeshire. Date: 1851-1879.
    The photograph on the right was taken by Edward Johnson of the same address but between 1866-1879.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 574.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 574.jpg
    Chicago Girl.
    Photograph taken by J.K. Stevens, 163 South Halstred Street, Chicago, Illinois, USA.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 592.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 592.jpg
    This photograph of an unidentified young woman with, perhaps, her son was taken by Edward Johnson of Lower Hill House, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, between 1879-1892.

    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's collection*
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 572.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 572.jpg
    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's collection*.
    The name of the photographer has not been recorded.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 593.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 593.jpg
    Are these two unidentified ladies related? Can the studio be identified from the other photgraphs?
    Do they resemble Patience Edgoose (1838-1915)?
    The backs of the photographs contain no information.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 594.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 594.jpg
    Are these two unidentified man one and the same?
    The photograph on the left was taken by E. Steele of Wishbech. The one on the right was taken by W. Woodhouse, Blackfriars Road, Lynn, Norfolk, between 1865 and 1975.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 598.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 598.jpg
    Are these two couples one and the same?
    The photograph on the left was taken by W. J. Woodhouse, Black Friars Road, Lynn, Norfolk, circa 1865-1875.
    The photograph on the right was taken by Mr. E. Steele, 8 High Street, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 599.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 599.jpg
    An unidentified photograph of a young woman. Note the drooping eyelid. It was taken by Edward Johnson, Lower Hill House, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, between 1879 and 1892.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 600.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 600.jpg
    The unidentified photograph on the left was from Julia Hannah Leeder's album. It was taken by J. Huggins of Norwich. Why was the right hand portion of the photograph torn off? Is there a resemblance to the younger of the unidentified ladies in the photograph on the right taken by Osbourne's Portrait Studio, 312 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, before 1876 or after 188?
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 601.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 601.jpg
    An unidentified photograph take by R. Slingsby of 168 High Street, Lincoln, between 1872 and 1892.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 602.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 602.jpg
    An unidentified photograph taken by Daniel Jones, 66 Bold Street and 11 Church Street, Liverpool.

    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's Album*
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    Unidentified Photographs 2147 603.jpg
    An unidentified photograph taken by E. Harrison, 51, 52, & 53, Oxford Road, Kidderminster, between 1876 and 1884.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 604.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 604.jpg
    An unidentified photograph taken by E. Steele, 8 High Street, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 605.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 605.jpg
    An unidentified photograph taken by E. Bullock, St. James Street, Lynn, Norfolk.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 606.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 606.jpg
    This old photograph was copied from the collection of Clara Strohmeier (1894-1980) during a research visit to Aberdeen, South Dakota, in 1972. It was taken by J. Stringfellows, Chapel Walk, Fargate, Sheffield, between 1871 and 1889.
    Henry Edgoose and his wife were living in Sheffield for several years before emigrating to Aberdeen, South Dakota.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 607.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 607.jpg
    The photograph on the left is of Patience Edgoose nee HUDSON (1817-1906) taken by Edward Johnson, Lower Hill House, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, between 1879 and 1882.
    Is the photograph on the right of Patience? It was taken by E. Johnson, 21 Church Terrace, Wisbeach, between 1851 and 1871.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 608.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 608.jpg
    The photograph on the left is of a young woman taken by Sawyer & Bird of Yarmouth, Norfolk, between 1872 and 1883. Is she one the children of Elizabeth Leeder nee Browning (1811-1902) seen in the undated photograph on the right? 97022]
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 612.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 612.jpg
    Three photographs of the same person? Do they bear any resemblance to Patience Edgoose (1838-1915)?
    From the left, a photograph from Julia Hannah Leeder's Album taken by W. S. Spanton, 16 Abbeygate Street, Bury St. Edmunds. Suffok.
    In the middle is a photograph taken by W. Monkhouse of Lendal, York, Yorkshire, who was in business from 1840 to 1880, and on the right a photograph taken by Benmn Kelly of 14 Newland, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, between 1872 and 1876. [No. 3587]

    Unidentified Photographs 2147 613.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 613.jpg
    Is this Patience Hudson (1817-1906)?
    Compare with 2147 607.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 571.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 571.jpg
    *From Julia Hannah Leeder's collection*.
    The name of the photographer has not been recorded.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 614.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 614.jpg
    Is this one of Julia Hannah Leeder's sisters as the inscription on the reverse of this photograph suggests? The photographer is unknown. It came from Julia Hannah Leeder's album. She married James Edgoose (1847-1892) in 1870.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 615.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 615.jpg
    The inscription on the reverse reveals that this is a photograph of one of Juliah Hannah Leeder's sisters. Julia Hannah Leeder married James Edgoose (1847-1892) at Acle, Norfolk, in 1870. The photographer was Bates of 264 High Holborn, London. It was taken between 1861 and 1877.
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 623.jpg
    Unidentified Photographs 2147 623.jpg
    Compare these two photographs. Could they possibly be of the same young lady? They are believed to be daughters of Richard and Elizabeth Leeder of Acle, Norfolk, and sisters of the Julia Hannah Leeder who married James Edgoose (1847-1892) in 1870.
    Photographs from Julia Hannah Leeder's collection.
    See 2147 608 and 609 for comparison.
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    Unidentified Photographs 2147 026.jpg
    Unidentified photograph amongst Harriet Edgoose/Cocker/Riggall's possessions. Said by her daughter NOT to be a photograph of one of the Cocker family.
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    Unidentified Photographs 2147 621 (1).jpg
    Doris Malisande Edgoose (1903-2003) thought these two photographs were of Stanton Charles Edgoose. Mrs. Gladys Sylvester (Gladys Margaret Edgoose 1917-1990) said that he used to trade in horses, shipping them through Immingham. Photographs from Doris Malisande Edgoose's collection.