|The front of the Red Lion and two pictures of the Fleet at the back of the Tavern|
|Mr Middlemore's Book in Birmingham|
Another family split by emigration and misfortune can be found here
|The Lindsay sisters a) Caroline b) Fanny c) Alice|
Clan Lindsay Society http://www.angelfire.com/fl/Starlabs/Book_No_19_Vol_V_1950.htm
For more information about these tragic events please go to Mimi Matthews account
|Lucy Talbot and Sons 1866|
|Ince's Farm by L. Sanguinetti 1977|
|Gibraltar by L. Sanguinetti 1977|
“We have got a new Queen as you will see stamped Victoria on the head of this sheet, but what good she may do in her reign is unknown for prophets is forbidden to enter our Land... But I have no doubt to say that there will be some events in her reign that will fill up the pages of History and be a blessing to one class in this realm and a scourge unto another.”
In 1844 there were talks in the Free Kirk of giving females a right to vote for a Minister, but it was felt that the men would not accept the result. However many of the daughters of the families received a good education, studying Reading, English Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography and Botany.
“Is there a probability that I could get a good, braw, rich, active, young woman for a wife?” Rev. Young believed his daughters could provide every one of those qualities except riches!
|John Williams VI|
I have always been fascinated by fairground horses ever since I inherited my grandfather's rocking horse which was made by Savage's in King's Lynn, who usually only made fairground horses.
|Savage Carousel at the Thursford Collection in Norfolk|
|Statue of Frederick Savage in Kings Lynn|
N. Chadwick via www.geograph.org.uk
St Luke's Parish magazine
British History online
"Rambles Around Guildford" by W C Smith
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