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Chiddingly Parish Church5.JPG
Chiddingly Parish Church5.JPG
 
 
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Chiddingly Parish Church6.JPG
Chiddingly Parish Church6.JPG
 
 
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Chiddingly Parish Church7.JPG
Chiddingly Parish Church7.JPG
 
 
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Children with Myrtle STONEHAM.JPG
Children with Myrtle STONEHAM.JPG
From left: Gilbert STONEHAM, Dulcie JARRETT, Melva MATULIN, Walter STONEHAM and Rhonda CAMERON. 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly1.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly1.JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly2.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly2.JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly3.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly3.JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly4 (2).JPG
Church Row, Hellingly4 (2).JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly4.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly4.JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly6.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly6.JPG
 
 
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Church Row, Hellingly7.JPG
Church Row, Hellingly7.JPG
 
 
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Cinderford lane, Grove Hill, Hellingly.JPG
Cinderford lane, Grove Hill, Hellingly.JPG
 
 
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Company E 1st New York Engineers.jpg
Company E 1st New York Engineers.jpg
[Petersburg, Virginia?]. Officer and men of Company E, 1st New York Engineers.
NOTES
Title from Civil War caption books.
[Petersburg, Va?] Officers of Co. E, 1st New York Engineers.
Corresponding print is in LOT 4187.
 
 
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Diary of a Yankee Engineer 2.jpg
Diary of a Yankee Engineer 2.jpg
This published Diary includes references to Sgt BURTON, Company H, 1st New York Engineers.
On September 8, 1862, John H. Westervelt enlisted as a private into the 1st New York Volunteer Engineer Corps. That same year, he shipped out of New York on the "Star of the South" to South Carolina to fight for the North in the Civil War. The following April, he began a journal for his 13-year-old son Frazee so that his child could know of his experiences in the war. Sixty-two years later, John Westervelt's journal - 68 entries written on tattered, yellow pages, a record of "such things as may come under [his] personal observation" - was found in the trash outside his former home now West Farms. In early 1995, his drawings, meant to accompany the written journal, were discovered in the West Point Special Collections Archives. The two have been reunited in Diary of a Yankee Engineer. Westervelt's words, intended not for the history books but for the education of his young son, present a more humble vision of military life and of the North's struggle in the Civil War, than the often told sagas of glory. The journal gives us a rare look at the soldier's life of relentless tedium, the fatiguing fight of brother against brother - of pestilence and illness, giving us a "truer, if not beautiful" picture of war. This is the story of an ordinary man in an extraordinary time - a man who merely lived as he thought right and who died in consequence. Anita Palladino's introduction provides us with a brief history of the man and the events of his life. By salvagingJohn Westervelt's journal and reuniting its text with its art, Ms. Palladino has unearthed a rare, firsthand look at the men behind the war of Rebellion. 
 
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Edith and Benjamin FITTON's descendants 1981.JPG
Edith and Benjamin FITTON's descendants 1981.JPG
Descendants of George and Emma BURTON Reunion, Walkerville, Adelaide, South Australia. 
 
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Elizabeth Ruth COX nee NICHOLL.JPG
Elizabeth Ruth COX nee NICHOLL.JPG
 
 
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Ella and Arthur FREER's descendants 1981.JPG
Ella and Arthur FREER's descendants 1981.JPG
Descendants of George and Emma BURTON Reunion, Walkerville, Adelaide, South Australia.
From left: ?, Jean FREER, Joyce WALLER and John WALLER.
If someone can identify the first person and let me know that would be appreciated. 
 
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Ella Sarah Burton on swing.jpg
Ella Sarah Burton on swing.jpg
 
 
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Emma BURTON from studio portrait.JPG
Emma BURTON from studio portrait.JPG
 
 
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Emma BURTON with grand-daughter Ruth FREER.JPG
Emma BURTON with grand-daughter Ruth FREER.JPG
Ruth Ella May FREER was born in 1902. 
 
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Ern and Florrie BURTON's descendants 1981.JPG
Ern and Florrie BURTON's descendants 1981.JPG
Descendants of George and Emma BURTON Reunion, Walkerville, Adelaide, South Australia. 
 
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Farthing Lane1.JPG
Farthing Lane1.JPG
 
 
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Farthing lane2.JPG
Farthing lane2.JPG
 
 
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Florence Minnie BARNETT.jpg
Florence Minnie BARNETT.jpg
 
 
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Florence Minnie BURTON 50th Wedding Anniv.jpg
Florence Minnie BURTON 50th Wedding Anniv.jpg
 
 
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Former Poor House, Hailsham (front).JPG
Former Poor House, Hailsham (front).JPG
 
 
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Four Generations of BURTONs.JPG
Four Generations of BURTONs.JPG
From left: George (b.1840), Alan George (b.1915), Henry George Robert (b.1893) and Arthur Robert BURTON (b.1863).  
 
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Frances Hayward BURTON portrait.jpg
Frances Hayward BURTON portrait.jpg
If any relative of the photo's owner, Hazel Woodhead, could contact me, Rodney Burton, that would be appreciated. 
 
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Francis Lynn & Pearl BURTON 50th Wedding Anniversary.jpg
Francis Lynn & Pearl BURTON 50th Wedding Anniversary.jpg
 
 
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Francis Lynn BURTON 1910.jpg
Francis Lynn BURTON 1910.jpg
 
 
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Frank and Marj BURTON's wedding party portrait 1932.jpg
Frank and Marj BURTON's wedding party portrait 1932.jpg
From left: Vera GIBSON, Frank BURTON, Marjory BURTON, Thelma DINNING and Clyde TRELOAR. 
 
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Frank and Marjory BURTON's descendants 1981.jpg
Frank and Marjory BURTON's descendants 1981.jpg
Descendants of George and Emma BURTON Reunion, Walkerville, Adelaide, South Australia. 
 
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Frank BURTON from wedding portrait 1932.JPG
Frank BURTON from wedding portrait 1932.JPG
 
 
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Frank BURTON New Years Eve 1954.jpg
Frank BURTON New Years Eve 1954.jpg
 
 
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G&E portrait R.jpg
G&E portrait R.jpg
 
 
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Geoffrey and Judy BURTON's wedding.jpg
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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George and Emma BURTON portrait.jpg
George and Emma BURTON portrait.jpg
Studio portrait taken in Adelaide, South Australia. 
 
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George and Emma BURTON studio portrait.JPG
George and Emma BURTON studio portrait.JPG
Portrait taken in studio in Adelaide, South Australia. 
 
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George BURTON from studio portrait.JPG
George BURTON from studio portrait.JPG
 
 
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George David BURTON 50th Wedding Anniv.jpg
George David BURTON 50th Wedding Anniv.jpg
 
 
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George Mark BURTON in charge of Line Party.jpg
George Mark BURTON in charge of Line Party.jpg
The Line Party laying the Telephone Cable Perth to Fremantle camped at Claremont. Foreman Burton in charge.
George is seated in the centre of the photo. The facial features and hands are familiar Burton characteristics.

Souvenir of the postal, telegraph and telephone departments of Western Australia
Bib ID 1873577
Format Book
Author Bursill, Harry Oliver
Printer ([Perth, W.A.?] : Galwey)
Description Perth [W.A.] : G.P.O., 1898
68 p., [90] p. of plates : ill., map, ports. ; 19 x 25 cm.
Series Souvenirs of government departments ; no. 1
Notes Includes bibliographical references. 
 
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George Mark BURTON.jpg
George Mark BURTON.jpg
In the background of a wedding photograph. 
 
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Gilbert and Betsy STONEHAM, standing, 08 Feb 1921.JPG
Gilbert and Betsy STONEHAM, standing, 08 Feb 1921.JPG
Gilbert and Betsy standing with Horrie MILLER and first wife. 
 
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Gilbert and Gladys STONEHAM and children.jpg
On the occasion of Gilbert and Gladys STONEHAM's Golden Wedding Anniversary at the Renmark Lutheran Church Hall and the day the Adelaide Crows won the AFL Grand Final, from left: Charmaine TURNER, Gilbert, Gladys, Grant STONEHAM, Ruth BURTON and Maxine WHITE.
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Gilbert and Myrtle STONEHAM and children.JPG
Gilbert and Myrtle STONEHAM and children.JPG
From left: Dulcie, Walter, Gilbert, Melva, Myrtle, Gilbert and Rhonda. 
 
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Gilbert STONEHAM from Wedding Photo.jpg
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Gilbert Theophilus and Myrtle Olive STONEHAM's Wedding Photo 1924.jpg
Gilbert Theophilus and Myrtle Olive STONEHAM's Wedding Photo 1924.jpg
 
 
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Gilbert Theophilus Jnr and Myrtle Olive STONEHAM.JPG
Gilbert Theophilus Jnr and Myrtle Olive STONEHAM.JPG
Photo taken when daughter Dulcie was crowned "Miss Dried Fruit" in the Queen Competition, all proceeds to the Renmark Hospital. 
 
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Gilbert Theophilus STONEHAM Jnr.JPG
Gilbert Theophilus STONEHAM Jnr.JPG
Photo taken when daughter Dulcie was crowned "Miss Dried Fruit" in the Queen Competition, all proceeds to the Renmark Hospital. 
 
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Gilbert Theophilus STONEHAM Snr 08 Feb 1921.JPG
Gilbert Theophilus STONEHAM Snr 08 Feb 1921.JPG
 
 

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