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PINK line Gallery

Charles on polo pony
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JTW Shore Medium Web view
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John Teignmouth Carpenter Shore
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Mary (Adamthwaite) shore 2
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caroline townsend and dorothy neligan
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maj W C N Shore
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mary adamthwaiteb1847
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photo of islington square from flickr
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st margarets church draycott en le moors
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charles adamthwaite on Shaba
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evelyn juliet adamthwaite 2
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Thank you to Ella for most of these photos

 

photo 1  shows Charles Adamthwaite (b.1860) the son of Jack Adamthwaite and Maria Jane (Worrall)

photo 2  John Teignmouth William Shore - son of William and Mary (Adamthwaite) Shore

photo 3  a later photo of John Teignmouth William Shore

photo 4  Mary Adamthwaite (dau of Jack and Maria), shortly after her marriage to William Carpenter Shore

photo 5  Caroline Townsend, dau of Mary (Adamthwaite) Shore, with her daughter Dorothy Neligan and Posie the dog

photo 6  Major William Carpenter Shore - husband of Mary Adamthwaite

photo 7 Mary Shore - nee Adamthwaite

photo 8  this photo shows Islington Square in Salford - where John Adamthwaite and his wife Maria Jane (Worrall) lived with their family in the 1851 census

photo 9  is an image of St Margaret's Church in Draycott en le Moors, where there is a stained glass window, erected in memory of John Adamthwaite (1810-1870) by his wife and children

photo 10 shows Mr Charles Adamthwaite on his grey Arab Shaba, from 'Polo' by T B Dryborough (1898).  The description of the photograph adds "a tough pair to tackle a Back"

photos 11 and 12 show Evelyn Juliet Adamthwaite (with kind permission of HG)

 

You can read about many of these members of the PINK line in Mary's story in the Miscellany section