We are desperately seeking information
on the couple in the picture below for
a friend of ours who has not got a computer. The details are as
NAME; George BARTLETT (and unknown wife)
BORN; 29 June 1861
PARENTS; John BARTLETT and Ann COOK
BURIED; Chapel Hill Cemetery Basingstoke, Hampshire England
LAST KNOWN RESIDENCE; believed to be in Catford London England
Charabanc outing believed to be in Woolston
Sign above shop window reads OFFICE PLEASURE STEAMERS
FOUND: It is in Bournemouth, opposite the pier,
outside the shop of Sydenham's, local bookseller, printer,
postcard publisher and library. A favourite location for
charabancs that were visiting the town ( as distinct from
the 'local' firms, who are more usually seen in the Square
or close to the Lansdowne).
Can anybody identify this coach party?
Or maybe the make of the charabanc (bus) and date?
If so please contact Edna at
Can anybody identify what is believe
to be a Southampton Pub dated 1934 or anything about the
Assistants Strike in Southampton a date would be useful CONTACT:
The name of the Photographer is
J.T. Eltringham, artist in Photography, Portsmouth Road, Woolston
I would like to know if anyone can identify the period of time ,
or the name of the building "Sefton Villa". I believe the wedding
couple could posibly be connected to my Mother. either SNOOK, or
SPARKS from the Southampton, Woolston area.
If anyone can help please email Joyce Iler at
CROIX DE GUERRE RECIPIENT (see separate page)
We have a family photo of an unusual house that was built in the
mid 1930's for my wife's uant Betty and her Husband John Bourne.
We don't know exactly where it was built. It was built in the New
forest possibly somewhere near Brockenhurst as the Bourne's were
going to break in Forest Ponies and sell them to the public.