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They are fabulous restorations.  Thank you.  It is a wonderful photo isn't it.  They are my GGGrandparents. Born in the mid 1820s and married in the 1850s. They had 10 children.  I wonder if it could be a wedding photo, although she does look like she could be pregnant.

I have a copy of a photo of my GGrandparents, can someone please restore it.

Handwriting Deciphering & Recognition / Re: Alwork in Derbyshire.
« on: Thursday 14 August 14 03:47 BST (UK)  »
Here's a list of place names in Derbyshire beginning with an A

Abbot's Chair Abney Aldercar Alderwasley Aldwark Alfreton Alicehead Alkmonton Allestree Alport Alport Hill River Alport Alsop en le Dale Alton Ambaston Ambergate Amber Valley Anacrehill Ankerbold Ann Croft Apperknowle Arkwright Town Arleston Arnfield Ashbourne Ashbourne Green Ashford-in-the-Water Ashgate Ashleyhay River Ashop Ashopton Ashover Ashover Hay Aston (High Peak) Aston (Derbyshire Dales) Aston Heath Aston Moor Aston-on-Trent Astwith Atlow Ault Hucknall

Derbyshire / Re: All Saints Glossop
« on: Saturday 15 February 14 00:01 GMT (UK)  »
C of E

Technical Help / Re: IRIScan Book 2 & 3 handheld scanners
« on: Sunday 09 February 14 18:31 GMT (UK)  »
I have a handheld scanner and was always pleased with the results, however, I've started using my digital camera to take photographs instead.  I recently was allowed access to a cemeteries record books and was able to photograph all the pages very quickly and the results were superb. I've found it much more convenient to carry a camera.

Armed Forces / Re: Free wargrave photo site
« on: Thursday 09 January 14 19:16 GMT (UK)  »
They are an excellent site and produce results very quickly.  They have covered most of England now.  I would encourage anyone who lives outside the UK to volunteer to help.  The instructions are very simple and literally involve visit a cemetery and taking photos.  All information is provided.  I live in Florida now and it was very interesting to visit the 2 cemeteries close to me and photograph the service men's graves.

Maybe John Wynne was in prison, or some type of institution, as such, he would still be alive but no longer head of the family.

He could have died outside the local area.  (It took me ages to find my GGrandfather, he was killed in an accident when he was 200 miles from home, the dead was registered in that area.)

World War One / Re: A. McAloon killed 1916?
« on: Friday 29 November 13 16:07 GMT (UK)  »
He was 29 years and 11 months on enlistment.  Next of kin on his papers is his brother Thomas.  Father is not mentioned

Technical Help / Re: Laptop charger plug
« on: Thursday 21 November 13 23:22 GMT (UK)  »
I think you're going to have to buy the whole thing.  I've bought a few ( my husband keeps leaving them behind on his business trips) they cost about $15 here in the states.

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