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Wordless Wednesday – Ely Cathedral

Wordless Wednesday: Today’s photograph shows Ely Cathedral enjoying the sunshine. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Gottle O’ Geer

Wordless Wednesday – Frederick Vernon Cross with his ventriloquist dummies in 1909 (aged 13.5yrs). Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Sisters

Wordless Wednesday: ‘Sisters’ Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – The duckling and the Grandmother

Wordless Wednesday – this week, it’s a photo of my Grandmother in her childhood, cradling a duckling, circa 1938. Continue reading

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In Pictures: Who Do You Think You Are? Live 2014

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In Pictures: Photographs from the 2014 3-day Who Do You Think You Are? Live show at London’s Olympia. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – posing in 1953 and 1973

Wordless Wednesday: Both sets of maternal Great Grandparents pose in 1953 and then again in the same formation, 20 years later in 1973. Continue reading

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Wedding Wednesday – 1953

The first of my Wedding Wednesday blog series, travels back to the sleepy village of Wentworth, Cambridgeshire in 1953. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Wilburton school children circa 1919

Wordless Wednesday – this week shows a photograph of the children from Wilburton village school, Cambridgeshire, in about 1919-1921. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – a double wedding in about 1913

Wordless Wednesday – this week is a photograph of a double wedding taken in about 1913. Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday (well, almost)

Wordless Wednesday – 1947 floods and the 2012 flooding at Haddenham and Earith, Cambridgeshire. Both causing widespread disruption. Continue reading

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