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<b>Llanthony Priory Today</b>
Llanthony Priory Today


 
 
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<i>MS St. Louis</i>
MS St. Louis
Wikipedia on MS St. Louis  
 
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<i>RMS Mauretania</i>
RMS Mauretania
 
 
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<i>S.S. Cristobal</i>
S.S. Cristobal
 
 
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<i>S.S. Cristobal</i> shown on a stamp
S.S. Cristobal shown on a stamp
 
 
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<i>SS Helvetia</i>
SS Helvetia
The S/S Helvetia of the National Line, was built in England in 1864. It made the crossing between Liverpool and New York up to 1891. The ship had a tonnage of 3 318 gross tons, and had a length of 371,5 feet and a width of 41,2 feet. It was rebuilt in 1872 and lengthened to carry more passengers. There was space for a total of 72 cabin passengers and 1,200 passengers in the steerage. The ship is a typical example of how steam was combined with sails. The top speed of the S/S Helvetia was 10 knots. The company advertised large, light and airy quarters, which were heated with steam during the winter months. [old tradecard]

She was wrecked in 1894. The report read: The Court, having carefully inquired into the circumstances attending the above-mentioned shipping casualty, finds, for the reasons stated in the annex hereto, that the same was due to the "Helvetia" being sent to sea in an unseaworthy condition and to her being prematurely abandoned. The Court finds the master, John Gallichan, in default, and suspends his certificate for two years. The Court also finds the owner, Mr. Varley (a party to the proceedings), very seriously to blame, and orders him to pay to the solicitor to the Board of Trade the sum of 500l. on account of the expenses of this investigation. 
 
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A sketch of New Hanover Lutheran Church in 1768
A sketch of New Hanover Lutheran Church in 1768
In 1768, after having worshiped in three log structures for the first three-quarters of a century that it existed, the congregation at New Hanover dedicated its new stone edifice, the building which continues to serve to this day.

During the War for American Independence, the new church building served in a way its builders did not anticipate. In the autumn of 1777 the Continental Army, led by General George Washington, retreated before the oncoming British. They carried with them their wounded from Brandywine and Paoli. As the army moved north of the Schuylkill River, encampments were established from Pottsgrove to Towamencin, and the church at New Hanover became a temporary hospital.

In 1777-1778, the Reverend Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg, son of Henry, served the New Hanover congregation. He later entered civil life and served both in the Continental Congress and the first Congress of the United States, where he became the first Speaker of the House of Representatives. 
 
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Abbaye de Fontevraud
Abbaye de Fontevraud
 
 
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Abijah Eddy Brooks
Abijah Eddy Brooks
(1842-1939) 
 
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Abijah Eddy Brooks
Abijah Eddy Brooks
(1842-1939) 
 
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Ada (Copeland) Gladwin & Daughters
Ada (Copeland) Gladwin & Daughters
 
 
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Adam Merdian and Family
Adam Merdian and Family
 
 
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Adam Meridan
Adam Meridan
 
 
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Agnes (O'Neil) Scully
Agnes (O'Neil) Scully
 
 
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Aidan Roy in his First Year
Aidan Roy in his First Year
 
 
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Albert and Margaret Sahr's Family
Albert and Margaret Sahr's Family
circa 1900, Family dining room
 
 
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Albert Sahr
Albert Sahr
 
 
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Alex and Amanda Godin
Alex and Amanda Godin
 
 
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Alexander the Great
Alexander the Great
 
 
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Alexandre P. Godin
Alexandre P. Godin
 
 
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Alexandrine Haché
Alexandrine Haché
 
 
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Ali ibn Abi Talib
Ali ibn Abi Talib
 
 
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Althea Brindle
Althea Brindle
 
 
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Amanda Dushion
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Amanda Godin
Amanda Godin
 
 
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Amon Walls, Marie, Margaret and Helen Love
Amon Walls, Marie, Margaret and Helen Love
cira 1918 
 
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Amy Goodell
Amy Goodell
 
 
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Angeline (Goodell) Blanchard
Angeline (Goodell) Blanchard
 
 
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Anna C. Gladwin
Anna C. Gladwin
 
 
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Anna Goodell
Anna Goodell
 
 
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Anne of Kiev from Saint Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev
Anne of Kiev from Saint Sophia's Cathedral, Kiev
 
 
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Anne Rebecca Fleck Lotz
Anne Rebecca Fleck Lotz
Harry Lotz' Wife 
 
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Archbishop Ruthard of Mainz and Henry V
Archbishop Ruthard of Mainz and Henry V
 
 
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Armes of Saher de Quincy
Armes of Saher de Quincy
 
 
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Arms of Aenor de Totenais
Arms of Aenor de Totenais
 
 
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Arms of Bernard I
Arms of Bernard I
 
 
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Arms of Bertram de Verdun
Arms of Bertram de Verdun
 
 
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Arms of Blanche of Navarre
Arms of Blanche of Navarre
 
 
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Arms of De Vernon
Arms of De Vernon
 
 
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Arms of Del Vasto
Arms of Del Vasto
 
 
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Arms of Edmund of Langley
Arms of Edmund of Langley
As a son of the sovereign, Edmund bore the arms of the sovereign, differensed by a label argent, on each point three torteaux 
 
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Arms of Edward III
Arms of Edward III
 
 
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Arms of Edward the Black Prince
Arms of Edward the Black Prince
 
 
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Arms of Gilbert de Clare
Arms of Gilbert de Clare
 
 
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Arms of Hugh Bigod, Earl of Norfolk
Arms of Hugh Bigod, Earl of Norfolk
 
 
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Arms of Humphrey de Bohun.
Arms of Humphrey de Bohun.
Azure. a bend arzure. between. two cottises and six lions rampant. or. 
 
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Arms of Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York
Arms of Isabella of Castile, Duchess of York
 
 
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Arms of John of Gaunt
Arms of John of Gaunt
 
 
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Arms of Mortimer
Arms of Mortimer
Barry or and azure, on a chief of the first two pallets between two base esquires of the second over all an inescutcheon argent 
 
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Arms of Ralph Basset KG, Lord Basset of Drayton
Arms of Ralph Basset KG, Lord Basset of Drayton
Or, three piles, gules, a canton, Ermaine 
 
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Arms of Richard de Clare, Earl of Hertford
Arms of Richard de Clare, Earl of Hertford
 
 
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Arms of Richard Marshal, Earl of Pembroke
Arms of Richard Marshal, Earl of Pembroke
 
 
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Arms of Roger de Quincy
Arms of Roger de Quincy
 
 
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Arms of Sir Eustace de Whitney, Lord of Pencombe
Arms of Sir Eustace de Whitney, Lord of Pencombe
 
 
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Arms of Sir Walter de Hungerford
Arms of Sir Walter de Hungerford
 
 
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Arms of the Percy Earls of Northumberland
Arms of the Percy Earls of Northumberland
Or, lion rampant azure, armed and tongue gules 
 
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Arms of Theobald III
Arms of Theobald III
 
 
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Arms of Walter de Vernon
Arms of Walter de Vernon
 
 
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Arms of William de Cantilupe
Arms of William de Cantilupe
Gules, three fleurs-de-lys or 
 
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Arms of William Hill
Arms of William Hill
Gules, a shevron engrailed ermine, between three garbs, or within a
bordure argent. Crest: A dove rising azure, legged gules, holding in beak an oak branche vert, fructed or. 
 
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Arms of William Marshal
Arms of William Marshal
 
 
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Augustin Légère
Augustin Légère
 
 
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AVCM Robert Roy's Retirement
AVCM Robert Roy's Retirement
 
 
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Back of Deed from Indians to John Houghton Memorial
Back of Deed from Indians to John Houghton Memorial
 
 
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Baptismal Font - Church of Our Savior
Baptismal Font - Church of Our Savior
 
 
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Battle of Agincourt
Battle of Agincourt
 
 
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Battle of Hastings
Battle of Hastings
 
 
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Beatrice of France
Beatrice of France
 
 
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Bec Abbey
Bec Abbey
Burial Place of the Norman Royalty



 
 
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Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona
Berenguer Ramon I, Count of Barcelona
 
 
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Betsey Sherman (Goodell) Littlejohn
Betsey Sherman (Goodell) Littlejohn
 
 
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Betsy (McNall) Parents
Betsy (McNall) Parents
 
 
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Bibianne and Camille Boudreau with their baby
Bibianne and Camille Boudreau with their baby
 
 
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Bibianne and William Légère
Bibianne and William Légère
 
 
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Blanche of Castile
Blanche of Castile
 
 
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Blanche of Castile as regent and her son Louis IX
Blanche of Castile as regent and her son Louis IX
 
 
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Blue Anchor Tavern - Newburyport
Blue Anchor Tavern - Newburyport
 
 
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Bob and Shirley at Fort Devens
Bob and Shirley at Fort Devens
 
 
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Bob and Shirley Roy
Bob and Shirley Roy
 
 
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Bob Roy when in High School
Bob Roy when in High School
 
 
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Book Written by Mary (White) Rowlandson
Book Written by Mary (White) Rowlandson
 
 
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Brass marker over Stephen of Blois' Grave
Brass marker over Stephen of Blois' Grave
 
 
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Brenda (Boudreau) Wolff and her Family
Brenda (Boudreau) Wolff and her Family
 
 
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Brenizer Mine Rescue Team
Brenizer Mine Rescue Team
The Brenizer Mine Rescue Team with breathing apparatus. Richard Brindle in second row, top left. 
 
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Brian Bórú
Brian Bórú
 
 
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Brian Bórú's Murder
Brian Bórú's Murder
A youngster attempted to defend the ageing Brian Bórú, High King of Ireland, from attack by a fleeing Viking warrior. 
 
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Brunswick Wesleyan Methodist Church
Brunswick Wesleyan Methodist Church
pened on 28 August 1814 by the Primitive Methodist congregation. James Butterworth describes it in the following"

"Pendleton, a very beautiful village now adjoining to Salford, is Brunswick-Row Chapel, belonging to the Old Methodists' Connection, built by subscription. It is small and neat, and has a cemetery attached to it." ( History of Brunswick Chapel, Pendleton: With Notices of Early Methodism in Manchester and Salford (1880))

The chapel was built of brick and stone, and modelled on the Oldham Street Chapel in Manchester, Brunswick Chapel was enlarged twice before it was demolished to make way for the new building. By 1836 it could accommodate 600 worshipers. The chapel also operated a Sunday school.  
 
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Bunyan Smith, Roxy's Husband
Bunyan Smith, Roxy's Husband
May 1891 age73 
 
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Burnett Children - Buck jr., Beverley,  Bessie, & Margaret
Burnett Children - Buck jr., Beverley, Bessie, & Margaret
 
 
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Burnett Family
Burnett Family
L to R: Mom (Julia Kate), Gloria, cousin Freddie Burnett, not sure who the head is behind Vera, Grandma Vera holding Tobin, Grandpa Ernest & cousin Richard Brown. 
 
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Camille and Bibianne Boudreau
Camille and Bibianne Boudreau
 
 
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Camille and Bibianne Boudreau and their children
Camille and Bibianne Boudreau and their children
 
 
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Cathedral of Saint Julian (Cathédrale St-Julien du Mans)
Cathedral of Saint Julian (Cathédrale St-Julien du Mans)
a Catholic church situated in Le Mans, France. The cathedral is dedicated to Saint Julian of Le Mans, the city's first bishop, who established Christianity in the area around the beginning of the 4th century. Its construction dated from the 6th through the 14th century, and it features many French Gothic elements.

Click here to go to Wikipedia entry. 
 
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Catherine Fleck Lotz
Catherine Fleck Lotz
About 1880 
 
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Catherine Marie Boudreau and her Family.
Catherine Marie Boudreau and her Family.
 
 
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Charlemagne, Emperor of the West and the King of the Franks
Charlemagne, Emperor of the West and the King of the Franks
 
 
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Charlemagne's Empire in 814
Charlemagne's Empire in 814
 
 
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Charlemagne's Tomb
Charlemagne's Tomb
 
 
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Charles and Beverly (Burnett) O'Brien
Charles and Beverly (Burnett) O'Brien
 
 
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Charles and Hattie (Blanchard) Parents
Charles and Hattie (Blanchard) Parents
 
 

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