A long shot, but could you have a connection to any of these old photographs?

Recently when visiting family in Bristol I visited a car boot sale in the area, buying a shoebox full of old postcards and on closer inspection found several old photographs in the bottom of the box – sadly none of the photographs have names on them, although a few have numbers and they are all from various photographic studios.

Could you have a connection? Do you recognise a familiar face from your own family tree? Do you have a particular interest in any of the photographic studios shown? – if you do please get in touch, as I would love to reunite any of the photographs if possible – although I know this is a long shot!!

F T Day front  F T Day reverse

F T Day Photographer Saffron Walden

Gillman and Masslin  Gillman and Masslin 1

Gillman and Masslin reverse

Gillman & Masslin – 9 Magdalen Street oxford

Salmon Reading  Salmon 1

Salmon Reading reverse

William Salmon – 54 London Street Reading (opposite Lovejoy’s Library)

Sydney Victor White 1  Sydney Victor White 1 reverse

Sydney Victor White & Ernest E White –

Talbot Lodge Castle Street Reading and Falcon House Basingstoke

Sydney Victor White Reading  Sydney Victor White Reading reverse

Sydney Victor White 2  Sydney Victor White 2 reverse

Sydney Victor White – Talbot Lodge Castle Street Reading

Fall  Fall reverse

T Fall – 9 Baker Street Portman Square

Yeoman Co

Yeoman Co – Bourke St East Melbourne

Stilliard and Co

Stilliard and Co – 9 Magdalen Street Oxford

Marsh Bros

Marsh Bros – Maidenhead & Henley on Thames

T Owen  J Owen reverse

J Owen – Catherine Street Salisbury and Union Street Andover

C Bates

C Bates – 326 High Street West Bromwich

Woodcocks  Woodcocks reverse

Woodcocks – Imperial and Queen Studios Douglas Isle of Man

Branch: Lodge Lane Liverpool

Unamed  Father and Daughter


I hope to hear from someone with a  connection and will keep you updated!!

Simon Last

charnwoodresearch@virginmedia.com                  http://www.charnwood-genealogy.com

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