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|1||1826 map of Ower.|
A small map of the village during 1826, provided by Helena Hunt researching the Hunt & Lee families.
|2||A young William Wylie taken about the time of his marriage to Jean Allison|
Photograph taken during the 1940's
Photograph taken at Alec's home in Port Glasgow.
|5||David Oliver Paull|
Photograph taken of David sometime between 1910 and 1917. It was in a collection of photograph's belonging to William Oliver Paull, David's elder brother.
|6||David Oliver Paull, Nellie Norton with son Philip at 25 Stoneleigh Road, Carshalton.|
|7||David Oliver-Paull |
David age 3 or 4 years old.
|8||David Oliver-Paull & Elizabeth Wylie on their 50th wedding anniversary.|
Photograph was taken during their 50th wedding anniversary celebrations.
|9||David Oliver-Paull in Port Glasgow Fire Brigade. |
David is in the centre of the group.
|10||David Oliver-Paull's and Elizabeth Wylie's wedding day.|
The bridesmaid is Agnes Wylie sister to Elizabeth Wylie
|11||Description of the Banstead Cottage Homes/Kensington & Chelsea School District by Peter Higginbotham|
|12||Description of workhouse life by Peter Higginbotham|
|13||Edward Oliver Paull |
Photograph taken about 1960
|14||Elizabeth Wylie age 20.|
|15||Elizabeth Wylie in China|
Note on back of photograph reads "Taken on Golf course Saturday before I went to hospital My hubby took it"
|16||Elizabeth Wylie with her son Alistair.|
Elizabeth Wylie age 31 with her son Alistair age approximately 9 months and a friend who was also in service.
|17||Henry Oliver Paull|
Photograph taken in Bognor Regis during 1966
|18||Henry Oliver Paull with his daughter Selina|
Post card photograph of Henry Oliver Paull with his 1st child Selina Harriet Paull. Photograph taken 18 Jul 1909. Henry was just 24 years old and already a widower, his first wife Harriet Selina Lee had died of tuberculosis just 6 months before. The post card was sent by Henry to his brother William.
|19||History of Islington|
|20||Jeanie & Agnes Allison|
Photograph of Jeanie & Agnes Allison taken circa 1920. Jeanie is on the right.
|21||Knowlton Distributing Home in Knowlton, Quebec, Canada. Photograph taken about 15 years prior to David's brief stay at the home. |
|22||Margaret & Elizabeth Wylie|
Photograph taken in Port Glasgow probably during the 1930's.
|23||Margaret Wylie (Meg)|
Photograph taken during the 1920's.
|24||Mary Eunice Paull|
Deb photo May 1954
|25||Nellie Elizabeth Norton age 19 years.|
|26||Nellie Elizabeth Norton with her son Philip George Oliver-Paull in 1943|
Photograph of a young Nellie Norton possibly taken before she met David Oliver Paull.
Nellie in her early thirties.
Ossulstone was a hundred of the ancient county of Middlesex, England. It covered
the south-east of the county, and included Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing,
Kensington, Chelsea, Islington, Westminster (a liberty), the City of London
(which was outside its jurisdiction), Hackney, Bethnal Green, Poplar, Shadwell,
Stepney, Wapping, Whitechapel, Finchley, Friern Barnet, Hornsey, Acton,
Chiswick, Brentford, West Twyford, Willesden, Hampstead, Paddington, Mile End,
Ratcliffe and Spitalfields.
In the 17th Century the hundred was split into four divisions, which replaced
the hundred for most administrative purposes. These were:
Tower division - also known as Tower Hamlets
In addition, the Liberty of Westminster had separate jurisdiction
|30||Page 2 of William George Norton's British Mercantile Marine Identity Card|
|31||Photograph of David Oliver Paull and Nellie Norton|
Photograph taken in the early 1920's.
|32||Photograph of HMS Ramilles|
This photograph was taken during October 1917. David Oliver Paull was assigned to Ramilles during that time.
|33||Photograph of Ruth Miriam Oliver-Paull on her wedding day. This is the photo she gave to her father.|
Hand written on the back of the photograph is "my dearest daddy with lots of love from Ruth"
|34||Photograph taken in Ower during 1908.|
A general view of the main road in 1908. Provided by Helena Hunt researching the Hunt & Lee families.
|35||Post Card from Henry Oliver Paull to William Oliver Paull|
Other side of post card photograph of Henry Oliver Paull and Selina Harriett Paull sent by Henry to his brother William.
USA Studios had a number of locations throughout London and the southern counties. They seem to have opened about 1907 and were in business at least 5 years. Some of their locations were on Edgeware Road, Westbourne Grove, Upper Street, Holloway Road, Whitechapel Road, Rye Lane Peckham, North End Croydon, Powis Street Woolwich and outside of London in Portsmouth, Ipswich, Chatham, Reading and Norwich.
|36||Ruth Miriam Oliver-Paull. |
Picture probably taken in the late 1930's or early 1940's.
Note pictures of a very young Nellie Norton and even younger David Oliver-Paull at the bottom of the photograph.
|38||Southampton Below Bar c.1890|
William Norton lived above a Tailor's shop with his second wife after WW1. It is one of the shops on the right hand side of the photograph. Nellie Norton lived here as young adult.
|39||The R.M.S. Virginian which carried David to Canada in 1906|
|40||VE party at Stoneleigh Road|
VE party near 25 Stoneleigh Road. Ruth Miriam Oliver-Paull is at the front and to the left. David Oliver-Paull in uniform is at the back in the centre.
|41||William Oliver Paull 1915|
William Oliver Paull with the 10th Royal Fusiliers band at Windmill Hill in 1915. Not sure where Windmill Hill is located as there are many spots with that name throughout England.