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The Jones Victorian Photograph Album - Carte-de-visite

This leather bound CDV album is complete with all its photos. Written in the front in pencil is R.D. Booth Davies, Given to me by My dear friend and relation Mrs Jones my second mother.
The photos are presented in the order preserved in the album.
I have added some notes to the list below from the pages of the album.
General views of the album
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Photos shown at about twice the natural size
Use of brackets: (transcribed notes) [my notes]
Front and the back views are available.
All addresses are in the UK unless stated.

Surnames: Jones, Hendon, Davies, Boll, Drew, Cole, Pollard, Blake, Clare, Eyam, Meyler, Houlton, Wells, Phelps, Marthia, Wake.

This family lived at Pembroke Dock a town two miles NW of Pembroke in Pembrokeshire, South Wales. UK. It includes friends and family from a wide area and includes clergy, a doctor, someone who went to Australia, and a general in India.


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PHOTOGRAPHER AND NOTES

G.Bartlett, Carlton Cottage, Hewlett Street, Cheltenham (Mrs Letetia Jones, cousin) [Lady c.1862]
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G.Bartlett, Carlton Cottage, Hewlett Street, Cheltenham (William Jones, son of Letetia) [unclear: [died] Revd W. Jones, Newnham Aug 77]
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G.Bartlett, Carlton Cottage, Hewlett Street, Cheltenham (Miss Jones) [c.1865 lady] [George Bartlett working 1870 at this address - Kelly's Dir.]
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Humphreys & Whaite, Royal Old Wells, Cheltenham. (Anney Jones died at Clapham) Lady c.1864]
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Adams & Stillard, 9 Bernard Street, Southampton. MAR 1873. [Anney Jones, in same slot as above]
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M.Guttenberg, 29 Triangle, Bristol. (Emily Jones) [Lady c. 1867]
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C.Hart, 9, Higher, Southernhay, Exeter. (Cousin Revd John Hendon, B. 25 June 1805) [Older gent 1870s]
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A Gem mounted tin type of a lady 1870s
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Mrs Middleton, late Trindall, Dimond St., Pembroke Dock.[Wales] (Howard Davies 1884 - buried at Houghton) [young man in uniform]
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C.T.Newcombe, 109 Regent Street W. [London] (Auntie Bally, - Emily Warren Davies) [ Lady c.1862]
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H.Gorvin & Son, Herbert Place, Swansea. No. 3441. (Dear old aunt Boll, Emily aged 40.) [Lady c.1864]
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Mrs Middleton, late Trindall, Dimond St., Pembroke Dock. [Wales] (Dearest auntie Boll, Emily Warren Davies, buried at St. Davids [?Pembroke] aged 93, Easter day 1907) [Lady 1880s, same lady in the 3 photos]
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Ayles & Bonniwell, Trinity House, Hastings. (Harrey died at Southam, Warwickshire.) [Gent c.1864]
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M.Berthaud, 9, Rue Cadet, 9 Paris. (Emma Drew, November 6th 1878 - Dear old Jocks wife died at [Bath] ]
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S.W.Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (Dear old Twaney - The Methodist Preacher we call him, here not a bit like him) [Gent late 1860s]
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S.W.Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (Kelly his wife) [Lady late 1860s]
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Clement Rogers, Victoria Chambers, Derby. (Mrs Henry Cole) [Lady c.1876]
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Henry Knight, Regina House, Grand Parade, St. Leonards on Sea. (Mrs Pollard)
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Bassano, 122 Regent Street, London. (Mr Robert Cole, Hollybourne) [Older gent mid 1870s]
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Maull & Polyblank, 55 Gracechurch Street, 187a Piccadilly and Tavistock House, Fulham Road, London. No. 36939 (Mr John Wake) [Gent c.1865]
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Ace & Son, Vaughan Street, Llanelly. (Cornelius Cole) [Gent late 1860s - faded image]
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Debenham & Gould, Glen View Studio, Bournmouth. No. 8437A. (Aunt Ellie Davies - Nee Nunn, Mabel's Mother. August 1892 (1882?)
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Boy mid to late 1860s
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Girl mid to late 1860s
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S.Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (N.V.P.D assume Davies) [Seated Gent c.1866 with top hat, holding CDV album]
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Gunn & Stuart, 2 The Quadrangle, Richmond S.W. [London] No. 183.(Mrs P.R.Clare) [Lady c.1888]
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Robert W. Thrupp, 66 New Street, Birmingham. (My dear friend James Eyam) [Older gent with beard 1880s ?]
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[Older lady c.1864] (His dear old mother) [assume Mrs Eyam]
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J.Warr, 3 High Street, Haverford West. (With Williams love) (William Meyler) [young man c.1865]
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Henry A Chapman, 235, High Street, Swansea. No.40377 (My dearest friend Car Cole & his wife) [Older couple c.1874]
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Ace & Son, Vaughan Street, Llanelly. (Mrs Cole Houton) [Late 1860s copy of c.1862 lady]
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Ace & Son, Vaughan Street, Llanelly. (her grand old husband)[Mr Cole Houton] [Late 1860s copy of c.1862 gent]
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Byrne & Co. Hill Street, Richmond. No.61389A. (Miss Wells) [lady c.1884]
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E.Smorthwaite, 174 Regent Street, London.W. No.97634. (Revd Arthur Wells, My pupil) [young man 1880s or later]
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G.Glanville, 5 High Street & No.1 Broadway (removed from Vale Rd) Tunbridge Wells. No.12749. (Curtis as when with me) [young man c.1878]
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H.B.Solomons, Armidale. [Australia] (Curtis in Australia) [Young man early 1880s]
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Ritter, Molkenteller & Co. India. (Colonel / General & Mrs Pollard (Alice) India) [Lady side-saddle on horse held by bearded man in pith hat with rustic stick - 1870s]
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Sidney Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (J.W.Davies - John Davies) [Man c.1876 - discoloured image]
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Sawyer & Bird, Norwich. No.126314. (My sweetheart Alice Phelps) [lady ?c.1873]
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S.J.Allen, Bush St. Pembroke Dock (Maud) [1890s lady - faded image]
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S.Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (Mary our nurse) [Older lady in unfashionable clothes 1870s]
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S.Webb, Commercial Row, Pembroke Dock. (Issac Marthia her husband - ie Mary) [Older man, fringer beard 1870s]
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S.J.Allen, Bush Street, Pembroke Dock. (My noble self at 19 - 1850) [This is a later copy of an ambrotype or similar, from 1850 re-photographed in the 1880s/1890s and is the person who created this album]
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No Photographer: (Emy Wather) [Looks like the gardner in working clothes with straw hat - 1870s]
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Debenham & Gould, Glen View Studio, Bournmouth. No. 8905. (Lucy Meyler) [Lady 1880s]
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Franco American Photographic Atelier, Opposite the Town Hall, High Street, Haverfordwest. (For Aunt Boll) (Andrew Meyler) [oval raised mount - man 1880s]
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No Photographer: A tintype mounted in a gem CDV - loose tintype so scanned on top. (Mr Wells) [1870s]
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No Photographer: (Dr.Heathcote Wake) [1860s]
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No Photographer: The Rufus Stone, New Forest. [1870s] [Here stood the oak tree on which an arrow shot by Sir Walter Tyrrell at a stag glanced and struck King William II surnamed Rufus on the breast of which stroke he instantly died on the second day of August anno 1100] [The stone still stands 2002]
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