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Old Postcards: Vintage Postcards for sale and History and Genealogical links from Old Postcards

Coggeshall Museum

A Habit of Dying and Collection of photographs

Can you help D J Wiseman, author of “A Habit of Dying”, find a home for a collection of photographs
found in a partially burnt-out shed in Witney, Oxfordshire?  The album includes photographs of :

H A S Greenhill, a Schoolmaster, who may have been born in Marylebone in 1909

and who has been tracked to an address in Hull in 1947, and

Rev G Sprittles who may have been the incumbent of St Alban’s Church, Forest Town, from 1929 – 1935.

Forgotten Faces” and Rob Jennings’ Photographs on Flickr

Rob Jennings would love to hear from you if you recognise any of the people shown in photographs
on his blog, “Forgotten Faces, and on his Flickr account?

Date Old Photographs with Jayne Shrimpton

Jayne Shrimpton, a freelance consultant and qualified dress historian offers a picture dating and analysis service to  family historians and organisations seeking an expert opinion on historical photographs, paintings and drawings.  Further information may obtained from Jayne’s website.

Gravestone Photograph Resource

Charles Sale’s Gravestone Photograph Resource website attempts to provide a much needed online resource for Family Historians. The project aims to digitally photograph grave monuments worldwide that are currently legible.  If you are looking for a photograph of an ancestral grave, this site is well worth a visit.