Category Archives: WW1 Photograph

Are you related to the HILLS family from Enfield Wash?

A recent old photographic postcard find was this lovely image of a smartly dress young man which had written on the back Mr C HILLS, 34 Uckfield Road, Enfield Wash – could I find a family link? I started by … Continue reading

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Can you help to reunite this World War 1 photograph with the WOOLLARD family from Holloway?

Many of the fascinating old World War 1 photographic postcards I find at Postcard Fairs unfortunately have no clues to help identify them to research and possibly reunite with a  family member. However on this occasion a lovely old photograph … Continue reading

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FURTHER UPDATE: Photographs reunited – Beautiful WW1 photographs of the LOADES family from Norwich in Norfolk – are you related?

FURTHER UPDATE – These three beautiful old photographs of the LOADES family in Norwich were last week reunited with Haydn the grandson of Sidney Joseph LOADES, who is shown in the images below. Haydn had found my original blog post … Continue reading

Posted in CHATTON, LOADES, Norfolk, Norwich, Old Photograph, One Name Study, PERKINS, Swaffham, World War 1, WW1 Photograph, WW1 postcard | 8 Comments

Lest we Forget…the unknown faces of WW1

With Sunday 11th November 2018 fast approaching marking the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1 remembrance is very much in everyone’s mind this week and I wanted to share some of my collection of postcards showing the unknown faces … Continue reading

Posted in Battle of the Somme, Cenotaph, Old Photographs, Postcard, World War 1, WW1 Photograph, WW1 postcard | 1 Comment

Brother William Carleton BARRETT – Reuniting a face with a name on a fantastic WW1 project!

Following a fascinating and informative AGRA (Association of Genealogists and Researchers in Archives) visit to Freemasons Hall in London last month, I was therefore intrigued to recently find this lovely photographic postcard with lots of information written on the back! The … Continue reading

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WW1 photo postcard sent to the HANDS family – are you connected?

At a recent postcard fair in Surrey I found and bought a lovely photographic postcard showing a group, with several of the men in uniform. Was this a family shot showing siblings before going off to war – I decided … Continue reading

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Intriguing WW1 photograph – George WALTERS & family Wellisford Cottages Wellington Somerset

Regular readers of this blog will know that when visiting car boot sales and antique fairs I try to find old postcards and photographs with a WW1 connection that I can research and possibly reunite with a family member. On my … Continue reading

Posted in Battle of the Somme, Harpurhey, Postcard, Somerset, WALTERS, Wellington, Wellisford Manor, World War 1, WW1 Photograph | 7 Comments

WW1 postcard sent from Mons in Belgium 18th November 1918

Always on the lookout for WW1 postcards or old photographs with a possible written name or clue to investigate, I recently purchased an old WW1 postcard on eBay from ‘Old Postcards’ one of my favourite online sellers. The postcard shows … Continue reading

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Another WW1 photograph reunited!

On Sunday 5th June I visited an Antiques Fair at Lingfield Racecourse in Sussex and as always my eyes were peeled for any interesting old photographs or postcards, that I might be able to research. One such photo postcard of four … Continue reading

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