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1896 (approx) Coe family
1896 (approx) Coe family
Missing Joseph, and the youngest two sons William and Robert.

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1906 James Oliver & Family c. 1906
1906 James Oliver & Family c. 1906
James Oliver & his family. Picture from www.atoliver.co.uk website. 
 
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1928 William & Bessie Clark
1928 William & Bessie Clark
 
 
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1942 Coe Sisters
1942 Coe Sisters
Taken at Edie Crittell and William Clench's wedding, at Hurst Green, Oxted.

To see each sister's name, move the mouse pointer over each face. 
 
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1960's William & Bessie Clark
1960's William & Bessie Clark
William & Bessie on holiday during the 1960's. 
 
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1977 William & Bessie Clark Goldern Wedding
1977 William & Bessie Clark Goldern Wedding
 
 
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Wellington Street, Luton. The new dual carriage way ring road now cuts Wellington Street in half. No 63 has been lucky, as it survives as the first property next to the ring road, away from the rown centre. 
 
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Albert Hayter
Albert Hayter
 
 
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Alfred Brett
Alfred Brett
 
 
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Alfred Sayers
Alfred Sayers
 
 
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Alice Hayter (nee Church) with her daughter Alice Douglas (from her first marriage)
Alice Hayter (nee Church) with her daughter Alice Douglas (from her first marriage)
Alice Church married Arthus Douglas in 1878 before marrying George Hayter in 1903 
 
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Alice Louisa Le Cocq (nee Holmes)
Alice Louisa Le Cocq (nee Holmes)
 
 
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All Saints, Brenchley
All Saints, Brenchley
All Saints Parish Church. 
 
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Annie (Marjorie) Shepard ? c. 1900
Annie (Marjorie) Shepard ? c. 1900
 
 
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Bethel Independent Chapel
Bethel Independent Chapel
New building. The original chapel was built in the early 1790's on Hobbs Hill, Welwyn.

Where 18 Hale family children were christened between 1795 and 1833. 
 
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Brothers Albert and Ernest Hayter
Brothers Albert and Ernest Hayter
 
 
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Bull Inn, Brenchley
Bull Inn, Brenchley
In 1881 John Park(e)s (with his wife Ann) was the inn keeper at the Bull Inn, Brenchley, Kent. 
 
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Charles & Elizabeth (nee Hale) Shepard
Charles & Elizabeth (nee Hale) Shepard
Charles Stephen Shepard and his wife Elizabeth Annie Hale, and their first 4 children 
 
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Charles Stephen Shepard
Charles Stephen Shepard
Charles Stephen Shepard b. 1863 
 
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Chicklade All Saints Church, Chicklade, Wiltshire.
Chicklade All Saints Church, Chicklade, Wiltshire.
 
 
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Chilham, Kent
Chilham, Kent
St. Marys Church, Chilham 
 
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Coe/Clark Family Group
Coe/Clark Family Group
Left to right are:
1 - William Clark
2 - Bob Coe
3 - Emma Crittle
4 - Hilda Le Cocq

Possibly taken at Lingfield, Surrey. 
 
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Connie, Olive and George Hayter
Connie, Olive and George Hayter
Connie and Olive are sisters, with their cousin George 
 
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David Oliver Hale
David Oliver Hale
 
 
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Digswell Parish Church
Digswell Parish Church
 
 
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Donhead St. Mary church.
Donhead St. Mary church.
Donhead St. Mary is where Josiah Hayter lived. 
 
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Dorothea Hale and her four children
Dorothea Hale and her four children
 
 
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Dorothea Hepher
Dorothea Hepher
 
 
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Dorothea Hepher
Dorothea Hepher
 
 
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Dorothea Hepher
Dorothea Hepher
 
 
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Dorothea school class
Dorothea school class
 
 
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Ebenezer Hale's house
Ebenezer Hale's house
Ebenezer and his young family lived here in Villiers Road, Hertford, from before 1871 until his father died and the family moved back to Garden House, Hertford, in c.1884 
 
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Elizabeth Hale (nee Oliver) ?
Elizabeth Hale (nee Oliver) ?
 
 
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Elizabeth Sayers
Elizabeth Sayers
Elizabeth Wilkinson (nee Sayers) 
 
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Emma Wrestley (nee Hepher)
Emma Wrestley (nee Hepher)
Reproduced with the kind permission of JP. 
 
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Emma Wrestley (nee Hepher) and her first son Charles
Emma Wrestley (nee Hepher) and her first son Charles
Reproduced with the kind permission of JP. 
 
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Ernest and George Hayter
Ernest and George Hayter
Father and Son 
 
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Ernest Hayter
Ernest Hayter
 
 
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Family Crest / Coat of Arms
Hale of King's Walden (and of Tewin, and of Harmer Green)
Family Crest / Coat of Arms Hale of King's Walden (and of Tewin, and of Harmer Green)
The Victoria History of the Counties of England, General Editor William Page F.S.A

History of Hertfordshire Genealogical Volume 
 
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Florence Hayter
Florence Hayter
Florence Hayter (Nee Litten) 
 
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Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence and her Aunt Jane 
 
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Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence and her Aunt Jane 
 
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Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence Hayter (nee Litten) and Jane Miller (nee Watkins)
Florence and her Aunt Jane 
 
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Florence Litten
Florence Litten
Florence in 1922. 
 

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