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Reuben Roberts Grave
Reuben Roberts Grave
 
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Rev Thomas B. Jones
Rev Thomas B. Jones
 
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Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War
 
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Richard the Fearless
Richard the Fearless
Richard the Fearless as part of the Six Dukes of Normandy statue in the town square of Falaise.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Robert Parks Bowden
Robert Parks Bowden
Robert Parks Bowden
 
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Robert Richard Hanson
Robert Richard Hanson
 
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Robert Richard Hanson & Maybell Laura Daugherty - Wedding
Robert Richard Hanson & Maybell Laura Daugherty - Wedding
 
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Rollo Statue in Falaise
Rollo Statue in Falaise
Rollo on the Six Dukes statue in Falaise town square.
 
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Ruby Charlotte MARTIN
Ruby Charlotte MARTIN
 
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Ruby L Hanson
Ruby L Hanson
 
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Ruby Lee Hanson
Ruby Lee Hanson
 
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Ruby Lee Hanson.jpeg
Ruby Lee Hanson.jpeg
 
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Ruby Lee Hanson2.jpeg
Ruby Lee Hanson2.jpeg
 
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S S China
S S China
The Steam Ship China was built for the Pacific Mail Steamship Company for their San Francisco, Yokahama, and Hong Kong service.

Launched in 1889, it was the smaller vessel in the fleet being 320 feet long and 40 feet in the Beam with three decks, four holds and four masts. It was capable of 17 knots and was powered by a 953 n.h.p. steam engine and single screw.

Originally designed to accommodate 139 first class passengers, 33 second, and 519 third class, she had a major refit in 1903 and emerged with accommodation for 139 first class passengers, 41 second, and 347 third class.
 
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S.M.Churn-Image-1-York-Lo
S.M.Churn-Image-1-York-Lo
Left: Picture and obituary of S.M. Churn in 1959 (KSEN, 1959-5-28); Right: the former Lena Lodge (now Enchi Lodge) bought by S.M. Churn in 1928 and named after his first wife.
 
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S.M.Churn-Image-2-York-Lo
S.M.Churn-Image-2-York-Lo
Picture of China Provident’s godown in the Western district
 
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S.M.Churn-Image-3-York-Lo
S.M.Churn-Image-3-York-Lo
Picture showing a 140 ton test on a single Vibro pile in a Vibro ad in the early 1940s (HK Builder)
 
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S.M.Churn-Image-4-York-Lo
S.M.Churn-Image-4-York-Lo
Charlie Churn (right) receiving the top prize for the Waterskiing Marathon in 1960 from manager of the Omega distributor Omtis in Deepwater Bay. (WKYP, 1963-6-30)
 
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Sallie Blanny Jones
Sallie Blanny Jones
Highschool Graduation
 
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Sallie Sabina Roberts & Henry P Emerson
Sallie Sabina Roberts & Henry P Emerson
 
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Samuel Macomber CHURN_1887
Samuel Macomber CHURN_1887
 
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Samuel Macomber CHURN_1928
Samuel Macomber CHURN_1928
 
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Sara Breier
Sara Breier
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Sardis Primitive Baptist Church also known as Grace Primitive Baptist Church
Sardis Primitive Baptist Church also known as Grace Primitive Baptist Church
 
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Sardis Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Sardis Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery
Sardis Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery Also known as Grace Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery and Old Sardis Church Cemetery
 
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Shadrack Potts Gravestone
Shadrack Potts Gravestone
Mt Paran Baptist Church
 
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Sir John Savage 1
Sir John Savage 1
 
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Sir John Savage 2
Sir John Savage 2
 
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Sir John Savage 3
Sir John Savage 3
 
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Sir John Savage 4
Sir John Savage 4
 
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Sir John Savage Chapel
Sir John Savage Chapel
St. Michael's/Savage Chapel Cheshire, England. This is where John Savage Lies inside the Chapel, along with other Savage's
 
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Sir Richard Empson
Sir Richard Empson
Sir Richard Empson (left), with Henry VII and Sir Edmund Dudley.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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Spring Creek Church Cemetery
Spring Creek Church Cemetery
115 County Road 36
Riceville
McMinn County
Tennessee USA
 
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SS Taiyo Maru
SS Taiyo Maru
 
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St Leger Coat of Arms
St Leger Coat of Arms
 
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Stanislawa Bertha NIERADKO
Stanislawa Bertha NIERADKO
 
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Stanley E Michalowski
Stanley E Michalowski
Second Lieutenant Stanley E. Michalowski, 342nd Fighter Squadron, standing by his P-51D Mustang, Ie Shima, Japan, August 1945.
 
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Statue of Poppa of Bayeux
Statue of Poppa of Bayeux
Statue of Poppa of Bayeux, Place de Gaulle, Bayeux.
 
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Stephen Petruska and Maria Fagyas.jpg
Stephen Petruska and Maria Fagyas.jpg
 
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Stephen Petruska Jr
Stephen Petruska Jr
 
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Stephen Petruska Jr
Stephen Petruska Jr
With Mother, Mary FAGYAS and father, Stephen PETRUSKA, Sr
 
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Stephen Petruska Sr
Stephen Petruska Sr
 
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Stephen Petruska Sr & Maria Fagyas
Stephen Petruska Sr & Maria Fagyas
 
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Tara MACKIE
Tara MACKIE
 
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Tenyo Maru
Tenyo Maru
The "Tenyo Maru", "Shinyo Maru" and "Chiyo Maru" were sister ships built for the Toyo Kisen Kaisha company in Tokyo, Japan. They were triple screw turbine steamers capable of 21.6 knots.
 
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Thomas Benjamin Jones.jpg
Thomas Benjamin Jones.jpg
 
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Thomas Hearne
Thomas Hearne
 
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Thomas Henry Jones & Martha Ellen Jennings_Great Grand Parents_Sally Johnson.jpg
Thomas Henry Jones & Martha Ellen Jennings_Great Grand Parents_Sally Johnson.jpg
 
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Thomas Henry Jones and Martha Ellen Jones
Thomas Henry Jones and Martha Ellen Jones
Children are Guy at top of photo, Sallie at right with sisters Alma, connie and Clara sitting in front.
 
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Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk
Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk
Thomas Howard, 2nd Duke of Norfolk, KG, PC, Earl Marshal (1443 – 21 May 1524), styled Earl of Surrey from 1483 to 1485 and again from 1489 to 1514, was the only son of John Howard, 1st Duke of Norfolk, by his first wife, Katherine Moleyns. The Duke was the grandfather of both Queen Anne Boleyn and Queen Catherine Howard and the great grandfather of Queen Elizabeth I. He served four monarchs as a soldier and statesman.
 
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Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk by Hans Hobein
Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk by Hans Hobein
Sir Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, 2nd Earl of Surrey, 14th Baron Segrave, 13th Baron Mowbray KG, Earl Marshal (1473 – 25 August 1554) was a prominent Tudor politician. He was uncle to Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard, two wives of King Henry VIII, and played a major role in the machinations behind these relationships. After falling from favour, he was stripped of his dukedom and imprisoned in the Tower of London, avoiding execution when the king died. He was released on the accession of Queen Mary I. He aided Mary in securing her throne, setting the stage for alienation between his Catholic family and the Protestant royal line that would be continued by his great-niece, Queen Elizabeth I.
 
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Thomas Jefferson Hanson and Sarah M Hanson
Thomas Jefferson Hanson and Sarah M Hanson
 
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Tomb of Sir Richard Sherbourne and Matilda (Maude) Bolde
Tomb of Sir Richard Sherbourne and Matilda (Maude) Bolde
The original tomb in the original location: the Sherbourne Chapel in All Hallows Church, Mitton, Lancashire, England near Garstang.
Address: Clitheroe Road, BB7 9PH, Mitton, Lancashire, BB7 9PH, United Kingdom BB7, United Kingdom
 
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Tomb of Sir Richard Sherbourne and Maude Bolde
Tomb of Sir Richard Sherbourne and Maude Bolde
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
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US Mortality Schedule
US Mortality Schedule
US Federal Mortality Schedule 1860
 
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Wade Dobbins Bostick
Wade Dobbins Bostick
The photograph of Wade Dobbins Bostick was extracted and retouched from an article in the Bible Recorder published on Wednesday, December 08, 1915. Pg.1.
 
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Wedding dress of Susan Gatsy Teel
Wedding dress of Susan Gatsy Teel
Members of the Rockbridge Volunteers Society, C.A.R. presented the gown to the Natural Bridge Wax Museum during their tour of the Museum in June 1991
 
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Wedding Dress of Susan Gatsy Teel_Plaque
Wedding Dress of Susan Gatsy Teel_Plaque
Members of the Rockbridge Volunteers Society, C.A.R. presented the gown to the Natural Bridge Wax Museum during their tour of the Museum in June 1991
 
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Weyman A Roberts
Weyman A Roberts
 
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Wiley Thomas Roberts
Wiley Thomas Roberts
 
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Wiley Thomas Roberts and Belle Hasseltine Neal Roberts
Wiley Thomas Roberts and Belle Hasseltine Neal Roberts
 
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William Barr Bailey Headstone
William Barr Bailey Headstone
Died 30 Jun 1903 (aged 78)
Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
Burial
Midway Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Anderson County, South Carolina, USA
 
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William Guy Jones
William Guy Jones
 
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William Guy Jones Gravestone
William Guy Jones Gravestone
Methodist Church Lizella GA
 
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William I Longsword
William I Longsword
Statue of William Longsword, part of the "Six Dukes of Normandy" series in Falaise.
 
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William Luke Roberts
William Luke Roberts
 
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William Luke Roberts
William Luke Roberts
 
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William Luke Roberts
William Luke Roberts
 
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William Russell Jones
William Russell Jones
 
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William Syme MACKIE
William Syme MACKIE
 
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Wong Ah TSAW_1841
Wong Ah TSAW_1841
 

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