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Charlotte Smith A.K.A. Elizabeth Smith - Vintage Mug Shot.

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How do you like your tea?

Is this why it's called cup size? (failed trends) Woman with Cups and Saucers - Coffee, tea and her.My tea cups bring all the boys to the yard

In Manchester, Mary Davies (if indeed that was her real name) needed a good memory. She was prosecuted under the names of Anne Cawley (1886), Hannah M Dixon (1886), Annie Lloyd (1886), Mary A Williams (1886), Mary Richards (1887), Mary Kelly (1889), Mary Richardson (1890) and Mary Farrell (1890). Maybe she simply adopted the names of women in the news?

Mary Davies, arrested in Manchester, was prosecuted under the aliases of Anne Hannah M Dixon Annie Lloyd Mary A Williams Mary Richards Mary Kelly Mary Richardson and Mary Farrel

Thief: Housekeper Emma Child was arrested aged 35 for stealing a sweater, her records describe her as of 5ft2', medium build with brown hair, brown eyes and a 'pale' complexion

The wanted Victorian women: Historic mugshots reveal the cunning faces of England’s Nineteenth Century bad girls

Thief: Housekeper Emma Child was arrested aged 35 for stealing a sweater, her records describe her as of 5ft2', medium build with brown hair, brown eyes and a 'pale' complexion

London bobby circa 1910

City of London bobby circa 1910 - this is the uniform Harry Sawdon wore only a few years later as a WWI London Constabulary Special Constable, for which he later received the Freedom of the City.

Street vendor on Bethnal Green Road, London's East End 1952

silver gelatin print - A Jewish street vendor on Bethnal Green Road, East London

Outdoor camera snapshot portrait (gelatin silver print) of two young brothers or friends on a front door step, 1890-1900. Both little boys wear woollen knickerbocker suits with wide whitework collars and ankle boots. by manchestergalleries, via Flickr

Outdoor camera snapshot portrait (gelatin silver print) of two young brothers or friends on a front door step, Both little boys wear woollen knickerbocker suits with wide whitework collars and ankle boots.

Do you have a german name?  #genealogy #german #nameexplanations

Discover your German Heritage-My g-Grandpa ("Opa") John (Johann) Pinner emigrated from Mecklenburg, Germany and arrived in Chicago in June of I wonder who the children in this photo are and if their descendents have claimed them!

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