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Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« on: Friday 01 March 19 19:06 GMT (UK) »
Please can this photo have the blemishes removed by the wonderful clever folk of Rootschat? This is my uncle I believe on his wedding day.  Thank you so very much.
Davies - Brazil
Pooley - London
Preston- Lincoln
Martyn - Lincoln
Cannon - Lincoln
Griffin - Dorset
Poore - Dorset
Dickinson - Dorset

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #1 on: Friday 01 March 19 21:58 GMT (UK) »
One from me
Pat
Bownass - Lancashire & Westmorland
Hoggarth - Lancashire & Westmorland
Jackson- Lancaster
Waller - Dent, Yorkshire dales
Omerod - Lancashire
Redburn - Lancashire
Evans - Hereford

RESTORERS please do not use my restores without my permission THANK YOU

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #2 on: Friday 01 March 19 22:06 GMT (UK) »
Black & white version
Pat
Bownass - Lancashire & Westmorland
Hoggarth - Lancashire & Westmorland
Jackson- Lancaster
Waller - Dent, Yorkshire dales
Omerod - Lancashire
Redburn - Lancashire
Evans - Hereford

RESTORERS please do not use my restores without my permission THANK YOU

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #3 on: Saturday 02 March 19 00:59 GMT (UK) »
A couple of versions from me, too. :)
Peter
Convicts: COSIER (1791); LEADBEATER (1791); SINGLETON (& PARKINSON) (1792); STROUD (1793); BARNES (aka SYDNEY) (1800); DAVIS (1804); CLARK (1806); TYLER (1810); COWEN (1818); ADAMS[ON] (1821); SMITH (1827); WHYBURN (1827); HARBORNE (1828).
Commoners: DOUGAN (1844); FORD (1849); JOHNSTON (1850); BEATTIE (& LONG) (1856); BRICKLEY (1883).
Outlaws: MCGREGOR (1883) & ass. clans, Glasgow, Glenquaich, Glenalmond and Glengyle.

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #4 on: Saturday 02 March 19 02:30 GMT (UK) »
 ;D ;D

Peter I have heard of some pretty odd thefts, but stealing the bloke's carnation on his wedding day just about takes the cake!!!    ;) ;)

Nice work you two!!

Wiggy     ;) ;D
Gaunt, Ransom, McNally, Stanfield, Kimberley. (Tasmania)
Brown, Johnstone, Eskdale, Brand  (Dumfriess,  Scotland)
Booth, Bruerton, Deakin, Wilkes, Kimberley
(Warwicks, Staffords)
Gaunt (Yorks)
Percy, Dunning, Hyne, Grigg, Farley (Devon, UK)
Duncan (Fife, Devon), Hugh, Blee (Cornwall)
Green, Mansfield, (Herts)
Cavenaugh, Ransom (Middlesex)
 

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 02 March 19 03:01 GMT (UK) »
Whoops! :-\ And it doesn't even look wilted.
Shows you the danger of not zooming out often enough to look at the whole picture. I'll send a revised version later this arvo.
Sorry, BB.
Peter
Convicts: COSIER (1791); LEADBEATER (1791); SINGLETON (& PARKINSON) (1792); STROUD (1793); BARNES (aka SYDNEY) (1800); DAVIS (1804); CLARK (1806); TYLER (1810); COWEN (1818); ADAMS[ON] (1821); SMITH (1827); WHYBURN (1827); HARBORNE (1828).
Commoners: DOUGAN (1844); FORD (1849); JOHNSTON (1850); BEATTIE (& LONG) (1856); BRICKLEY (1883).
Outlaws: MCGREGOR (1883) & ass. clans, Glasgow, Glenquaich, Glenalmond and Glengyle.

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #6 on: Saturday 02 March 19 03:42 GMT (UK) »
Wiggy, all I can say is it's in the blood. Eleven of my convict ancestors were sent here for stealing/housebreaking/larceny, and in one case it was a handkerchief so BB's uncle was lucky I didn't take his hanky as well as the carnation.
Q: How many years transportation for stealing a carnation?
A: Normally 7; but Life if it's on the victim's wedding day. ;D
"But, Your Honour, I put it back!"  :P
Peter
Convicts: COSIER (1791); LEADBEATER (1791); SINGLETON (& PARKINSON) (1792); STROUD (1793); BARNES (aka SYDNEY) (1800); DAVIS (1804); CLARK (1806); TYLER (1810); COWEN (1818); ADAMS[ON] (1821); SMITH (1827); WHYBURN (1827); HARBORNE (1828).
Commoners: DOUGAN (1844); FORD (1849); JOHNSTON (1850); BEATTIE (& LONG) (1856); BRICKLEY (1883).
Outlaws: MCGREGOR (1883) & ass. clans, Glasgow, Glenquaich, Glenalmond and Glengyle.

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore - COMPLETED
« Reply #7 on: Saturday 02 March 19 19:54 GMT (UK) »
Now that I've stopped laughing at the 'stolen' carnation remarks I can write a big thank you so very much for the fantastic work you have done!  This is wonderful!   I will treasure the brand new version photo of my uncle.
Davies - Brazil
Pooley - London
Preston- Lincoln
Martyn - Lincoln
Cannon - Lincoln
Griffin - Dorset
Poore - Dorset
Dickinson - Dorset

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Re: Lennie Griffin - 1950 - for restore
« Reply #8 on: Saturday 02 March 19 23:47 GMT (UK) »

           I removed the 'carnation' out of respect because i thought it was a large pigeon dropping ??? ???