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Thought to be descendants of Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descendants of Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Elsie Willingale
Elsie Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
Thought to be descended from Thomas Samuel Willingale
 
 
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Thomas Samuel Willingale (grandad)  
Thomas James Willingale (uncle Tom)  
William Willingale (Uncle Will)
Thomas Samuel Willingale (grandad) Thomas James Willingale (uncle Tom) William Willingale (Uncle Will)
Peter Willingale, great grand-son of Thomas James Willingale writes: I can help you with identifying the brothers in the photo of Thomas Samuel Willingale, Thomas James Willingale and William Willingale. My great grand father Thomas James Willingale is standing in the centre in army uniform. William is seated on the left.
 
 
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Katharine Willingale
Katharine Willingale
 
 
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Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale
Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale
 
 
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Mary Ann Selby
Mary Ann Selby
 
 
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February 1908 - Post card from Lizzie's Auntie who was living at 109 College Place, London NW
February 1908 - Post card from Lizzie's Auntie who was living at 109 College Place, London NW
 
 
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Post card to Elizabeth Sarah Ann from her sister in law Ada Constance Willingale nee Stacey.
Post card to Elizabeth Sarah Ann from her sister in law Ada Constance Willingale nee Stacey.
She asks Lizzie to go and see Father on Sunday to cheer him up. She sends love to Will (brother William). 
 
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Postcard from Lily Willingale to her sister Lizzie (Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale),
Postcard from Lily Willingale to her sister Lizzie (Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale),
saying sorry she was out when Lizzie called. Lily has received a post card from Edie and she sends her love to Lizzie. 
 
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Message from Lily to say she is spending the day at Bournemouth
Message from Lily to say she is spending the day at Bournemouth
 
 
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Message from Daisy (Daisy Ethel Smith) wife of Lizzie's cousin John Bruce, asking if they could call and see her on Friday evening before Uncle & Aunt go back as they are leaving on the 5-30 train on Saturday.
Message from Daisy (Daisy Ethel Smith) wife of Lizzie's cousin John Bruce, asking if they could call and see her on Friday evening before Uncle & Aunt go back as they are leaving on the 5-30 train on Saturday.
 
 
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This appears to be a message from a workmate of Lizzie's, named Jennie, who is away having treatment somewhere. She asks Lizzie to remember her to all the girls.
This appears to be a message from a workmate of Lizzie's, named Jennie, who is away having treatment somewhere. She asks Lizzie to remember her to all the girls.
 
 
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Message from John Bruce & his wife (Jack & Daisy) from Skegness
Message from John Bruce & his wife (Jack & Daisy) from Skegness
 
 
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Message to Lizzie's brother William from John Bruce (cousin Jack) saying that the 'question of our sticks' was settled a few weeks ago but that he had written to Fred about them.
 
Is he referring to furniture?
Message to Lizzie's brother William from John Bruce (cousin Jack) saying that the "question of our sticks" was settled a few weeks ago but that he had written to Fred about them. Is he referring to furniture?
 
 
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Message from Lil who is staying at Pettits Hall, Chigwell.
Message from Lil who is staying at Pettits Hall, Chigwell.
 
 
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Message from someone called Mary, addressed to Lizzie at Crosse & Blackwell, where she worked, but referring to her as Mo.
Message from someone called Mary, addressed to Lizzie at Crosse & Blackwell, where she worked, but referring to her as Mo.
 
 
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Message from Elizabeth Sarah Ann's cousin John Bruce asking her to call in on Wednesday after work to meet uncle
Message from Elizabeth Sarah Ann's cousin John Bruce asking her to call in on Wednesday after work to meet uncle
 
 
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From a cousin of Lizzie's, also called Lizzie. Can't read the postmark but wherever cousin Lizzie is, she says they are very busy. She will be glad to get back to London but they have to stay another 4 weeks yet. I think this is probably John Bruce's sister Elizabeth Ellen Bruce
From a cousin of Lizzie's, also called Lizzie. Can't read the postmark but wherever cousin Lizzie is, she says they are very busy. She will be glad to get back to London but they have to stay another 4 weeks yet. I think this is probably John Bruce's sister Elizabeth Ellen Bruce
 
 
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from Daisy nee Smith and her husband John (known as Jack) Bruce, Lizzie's cousin. They have been staying in Felling but are now spending a couple of days at Barnard Castle
from Daisy nee Smith and her husband John (known as Jack) Bruce, Lizzie's cousin. They have been staying in Felling but are now spending a couple of days at Barnard Castle
 
 
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Postcard from a Mrs Clark who is in Brighton. She says she is pleased to hear that Lizzie's dad is improving and hopes they had a nice service.
Postcard from a Mrs Clark who is in Brighton. She says she is pleased to hear that Lizzie's dad is improving and hopes they had a nice service.
 
 
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Postcard to Lizzie from her auntie who is enjoying a visit to Worthing
Postcard to Lizzie from her auntie who is enjoying a visit to Worthing
 
 
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Postcard
Postcard
The sender, Hector M Turner married Lizzie's niece Elizabeth Lily Stephenson in 1972. This marriage took place long after Lizzie had died so it looks as though Elizabeth Lily had possession of the album at some time.  
 
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Postcard
Postcard
Postcard from someone named Lou who is having a lovely time. Postmark is Hoddesdon in Hertfordshire 
 
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Postcard is from Lizzie's brother William and was sent from Robertsbridge. He asks Lizzie if she would mind sending that wedding group down as he wants to show it to Mrs Duck. It is in his tin box. He tells Lizzie 'Remember me to all the Dainty Ladies' and says he will be returning on Tuesday evening
Postcard is from Lizzie's brother William and was sent from Robertsbridge. He asks Lizzie if she would mind sending that wedding group down as he wants to show it to Mrs Duck. It is in his tin box. He tells Lizzie "Remember me to all the Dainty Ladies" and says he will be returning on Tuesday evening
 
 
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Postcard from Lizzie's cousin Jack (John Bruce) to say that he and D. (wife Daisy) will give Lizzie a look in tomorrow, Thursday, at 8-30
Postcard from Lizzie's cousin Jack (John Bruce) to say that he and D. (wife Daisy) will give Lizzie a look in tomorrow, Thursday, at 8-30
 
 
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Postcard from Lil. Unable to make out postmark but she says 'I am here. Very quiet'
Postcard from Lil. Unable to make out postmark but she says "I am here. Very quiet"
 
 
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Postcard is from someone named Flo telling Lizzie that her father intends catching the 6-15 train tomorrow evening, and perhaps Lizzie would like to meet him. The card was sent from Robertsbridge in Sussex, and Flo says W.(Lizzie's brother William) may stay another week. She added 'we are so pleased to have had them with us'.
Postcard is from someone named Flo telling Lizzie that her father intends catching the 6-15 train tomorrow evening, and perhaps Lizzie would like to meet him. The card was sent from Robertsbridge in Sussex, and Flo says W.(Lizzie's brother William) may stay another week. She added "we are so pleased to have had them with us".
 
 
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From Lizzie's sister in law Ada Constance nee Stacey. She asks how father is and says she is 'going on nicely'. If Lizzie wants to write the address is H C Hospital, Park Road. The card is postmarked Hornsey so Ada must be in Hornsey Cottage Hospital
From Lizzie's sister in law Ada Constance nee Stacey. She asks how father is and says she is 'going on nicely'. If Lizzie wants to write the address is H C Hospital, Park Road. The card is postmarked Hornsey so Ada must be in Hornsey Cottage Hospital
 
 
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From Lil who says she arrived safe and sound last Wednesday. She hopes to see Lizzie soon and says 'if you have a few spare moments any evening, do pop in'.
From Lil who says she arrived safe and sound last Wednesday. She hopes to see Lizzie soon and says "if you have a few spare moments any evening, do pop in".
 
 
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From Lydia and Lou saying they went to Rochford after all and are having a good time. Probably work mates of Lizzie.
From Lydia and Lou saying they went to Rochford after all and are having a good time. Probably work mates of Lizzie.
 
 
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From Lizzie's brother William and is post marked 'Bordon Camp' which is in Hampshire. He says that they won't know the time of the train until the last minute
From Lizzie's brother William and is post marked 'Bordon Camp' which is in Hampshire. He says that they won't know the time of the train until the last minute
 
 
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From Ted also sent from France in 1916. He says there is plenty of shifting at present and he'll write a letter later on.
From Ted also sent from France in 1916. He says there is plenty of shifting at present and he'll write a letter later on.
 
 
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From Ted, and appears to have been sent from France in 1916. Ted mentions the trenches and the card is franked 'Army Post Office' and 'Passed Field Censor'. Ted mentions Lill in his message so I think this card is from Edward Henry Stephenson who married Lizzie's sister Lily.
From Ted, and appears to have been sent from France in 1916. Ted mentions the trenches and the card is franked 'Army Post Office' and 'Passed Field Censor'. Ted mentions Lill in his message so I think this card is from Edward Henry Stephenson who married Lizzie's sister Lily.
 
 
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Postcard from someone named Mary. She tells Lizzie to try and call in next Monday as she has the things ready for her. Mary was living at 79 Tottenham Court Road in 1916 when she sent the card.
Postcard from someone named Mary. She tells Lizzie to try and call in next Monday as she has the things ready for her. Mary was living at 79 Tottenham Court Road in 1916 when she sent the card.
 
 
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Postcard from Flo who is having 'a thorough good time' in Rochford.
Probably a workmate as it was sent to Lizzie c/o Crosse & Blackwell.
Postcard from Flo who is having 'a thorough good time' in Rochford. Probably a workmate as it was sent to Lizzie c/o Crosse & Blackwell.
 
 
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Another message from Lil
Another message from Lil
 
 
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from a Lizzie Brice who is having a grand time in Margate
from a Lizzie Brice who is having a grand time in Margate
 
 
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Birthday Postcard
Birthday Postcard
 
 
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Postcard from Daisy nee Smith, the wife of Lizzie's cousin John (Jack) Bruce.
Postcard from Daisy nee Smith, the wife of Lizzie's cousin John (Jack) Bruce.
She says if convenient they will come and see Lizzie next Sunday afternoon for a cup of tea. She asks whether they should bring mum with them. This would be John Bruce's mother, and Lizzie's aunt, Maria nee Willingale  
 
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Ada Constance Willingale (nee Stacey) holding I think her daughter Grace
Ada Constance Willingale (nee Stacey) holding I think her daughter Grace
 
 
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Postcard from Lizzie's cousin John (Jack) Bruce, thanking her for the Christmas card. He says they have just heard from Felling that Grandfather has died and will be buried at Bolton on Saturday. Postcard is date stamped Dec 24 1908
Postcard from Lizzie's cousin John (Jack) Bruce, thanking her for the Christmas card. He says they have just heard from Felling that Grandfather has died and will be buried at Bolton on Saturday. Postcard is date stamped Dec 24 1908
 
 
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Postcard from William to Lizzie
Postcard from William to Lizzie
Enquiring after parcel and wedding group 
 
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Thomas James Willingale
Thomas James Willingale
photo has date on back 8 APR 1917
Confirmed as Thomas James Willingale by Peter Willingale 25/07/2010