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Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« on: Thursday 11 February 21 10:16 GMT (UK) »
The older man sitting in the middle with a hat is Frederick James Rowles
He served in the Metropolitan Police for many years and then became a prison warder.

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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 11 February 21 18:06 GMT (UK) »
What is this uniform, there are some very young men on the front row. By the way interesting to see somebody photo bombing even in those days.
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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 11 February 21 20:38 GMT (UK) »
One more...
Blake, Willis, Parker and Whittington


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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #3 on: Friday 12 February 21 09:07 GMT (UK) »
My try. :)
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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: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #4 on: Friday 12 February 21 10:10 GMT (UK) »
A big thankyou to you all for the wonderful results.
It really is fabulous to see it restored to such a high level.
Brilliant.

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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #5 on: Friday 12 February 21 10:46 GMT (UK) »
And a sepia one. :)
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: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #6 on: Friday 12 February 21 11:10 GMT (UK) »
Thanks Peter,

Nice one.

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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #7 on: Friday 12 February 21 11:12 GMT (UK) »
Here a colourised version
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Re: Frederick James Rowles Could this old family photo be repaired
« Reply #8 on: Friday 12 February 21 14:44 GMT (UK) »
Great Colour restoration.
Thanks Mark.