About the Book
This version is intended for family history research. The names of the people are in the order that they appear in the album and are as follows: Kate & Bob Ewart, Edward Dalgleish, Mrs John Little, Edward Dalgleish, N F Tucker, Louise Tucker, George Edmundson, C F P Edmundson, Emily Burrell, Lily De Gruchy, Thos Edmundson, Tom & Charlie Ewart & nurse, Mrs Ewart, Lily Edmundson, Joe Emundson, Emily Burrill, T O Burrill, Lily Edmundson (Little), Tom & Charlie Ewart, Neil Ewart, Joe Edmundson, Mrs Kirk, Dr Dalgleish, Emily Cockcroft, George Edmundson, Canon Hedley, Emily Carter (Burrill), Harry Dalgleish, Nellie Carter (Edmundson), Harry De Gruchy, Mittie & Edith Edmundson, Charlie De Gruchy, Joe Carter, Bob D'Aville, Dr Dalgleish, Mr & Mrs Ed Dalgleish, Millie Little, Ted Little, Jack Little, C F P Edmundson, F S Gowland, Charlie Ewart, Tom Ewart, Hannah Edmundson, Eubank Edmundson, Harry Dalgleish, Edith Carter (Dalgleish), Tom Ewart, Charlie Ewart, Betsy Cockcroft, Nellie Carter (Edmundson), Lily Edmundson, Alfred & George Edmundson, Jane Burrill, Boycott, Dr Cockcroft & party, Edith Carter, Emily Edmundson, Mrs Thos Edmundson, Kate Edmundson, Tom Ewart (Australia), Dr Cockcroft, Col Ewart, Annie Lightfoot, Lily Edmundson, Mrs Morton, Dixon, Douglas Tucker, Maggie Watson (Evans), Emily & Alice Burrill, Mrs George Edmundson, Connie De Gruchy, Annie Lightfoot, John Little, Dora Little, Mrs Dixon, Susan Little, Ted Little, Mittie Edmundson, Ted Little, Millie Tucker, Annie Lightforward, Douglas Tucker, S A Tucker (Annie Edmundson), William Dalgleish, Bob Ewart, Kate Ewart (Edmundson), Geo Edmundson, Thos & Mrs Lightfoot and Charles Edward Tucker (2nd Lieutenant Royal Warwickshire Regiment). Photographic studio locations include Stirling, Hastings, York, Ripon, Scarborough, Hereford, Ludlow, Glasgow, Redcar, Dumfries, Bedale, Liverpool, Swansea, Aberystwyth, Richmond (Yorkshire) and central London.
My interest in photographing albums started when I realised that many of the fascinating Victorian and Edwardian Photograph (Portrait) Albums of the mid 1800s and later were being broken up by CDV collectors. You will get an idea of what I mean if you visit http://www.cartedevisite.co.uk REPRODUCTION OF ALBUMS AND RESEARCH VERSIONS FOR STUDY The break-up of these family albums, each one being unique and irreplaceable, seems to me to be a real shame. Using optical scanning, photography and a purpose designed rocking copy stand I am able to faithfully reproduce these treasures of family history. PURCHASE The examples I have on show here will give you an idea of what is possible and the cost. Best wishes Simon