Lost Photos - Allen, Brown, Hassock, etc.
- 1806 - 1807
- 1808 - 1819
- 1843 - 1852
- 1861 - 1877
- 1880 - 1901
- 1907 - 1908
- 1910 - 1918
email me if you find anyone you know, original photographs are not my property and are not available - email@example.com
these photos were together at auction
update Nov. 2011 - I've been contacted by Nick Marsh, here is what he said
I know the
sitters in the photo on your web site which has “Amy and Eric Allen,
children of David Allen, Junior” (below left) inscribed on the
back. They are my Great Uncle Eric and Great Auntie Amy. His full
name was Eric Henry Cook Allen and her full name was Amy Agnes Leonora
Allen. As well as being the cousins of my Great Grandfather Maurice
Tyrone Workman Allen they were also the cousins of my other Great Uncle
William Edward David Allen who lived at Commonwood House in Hertfordshire
which is also shown on this page. Their shared Grandfather and my Great,
Great, Great Grandfather is David Allen Senior, the founder of David Allen
& Sons, the major printing and bill posting company in Belfast which also
expanded to England. My Grandmother was Daphne Allen who would have
been their niece. If you’re interested the attached family tree shows
the connection from Nicholas Maurice Ryding Marsh (me) back to them.
This is the first picture I have seen of Eric and what struck me about him is
how much he looks like my father when he was a boy and also how much he looks
like my nephew now! Absolutely incredible, so thank you so much for
posting the pictures!
(on back) Amy and Eric Allen, children of David Allen, Junior
(on back) Mrs. Brown with Mrs. Hassard's (?) love November 1895
(on back) no idea. I think came to me through Amy Allen - would they be Carsons? I see pages 6 & 7 of David Allen History - the Carsons were prosperous and in Business in Belfast and Glasgow
(on back) Great Grandmother? -- Amy's writing, I think. See note of companion photographs from "Hembley" studio
(on back) see note on companion photograph from "Hembley" studio ^^
(on back) Sheila and Harry or Henry Humpton?, children of William Browns sister, Milly (Aunt Milly)
(on back but scored out) Commonwood House, home of William and Cissy Allen!
The picture of Commonwood House,
Chipperfield in Lost Photos:
Florence Corbitt, my grandmother's sister was born in 1868 in Doctor's Commons, 38 Carter Lane, City of London.
Thank you to Jean Noble for contacting me with all this great information
(on back) Dorothy Brown 6 weeks & 1 day
(on back) Miss Hossack, Castle Street - Mrs. Saunders (L) Katie W. Coles (R) Mrs. ?
(on back) J. O. Rogers and Sarah Rogers in fancy dress on trip to Holyland
postcard made in Palestine, Jerusalem
(on back and written over) Dorothy Brown? D? serving in the first World War
Tree of Nicholas Maurice Ryding Marsh
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