The 'Rimutaka', brought the Presants family to NZ in 1897
Eliza nee Brady and Myrtle Presants ca. 1950
Heyes family at wedding of Alice Heyes to Fred Bray, 1888
L-R: Back row: William Brady, Albert Barnes, Edith Brady nee Crane, Jack Brady, Edward Brady, William Lacey, Annie Lacey nee Brady.
Middle row: Lena Barnes nee Brady, Alfred Theobald Brady, Mary Eliza Brady nee Fox, Alfred Brady, Clara Brady nee Register.
Seated: Henry (Harry) Brady, Ernest Brady, Louis Brady. Taken ca. 1898
Lena, Philip and Lilian Presants ca. 1901
Photo ca. 1910; but who is it?
Hannah Oldfield 1890s
Mary Willis nee Punter 1870s
Amy and Alice Heyes 1880s
Rosa Heyes nee Gill in 1920s
Mary Hannah ('Polly') Castle nee Gill ca 1915
Louisa Castle ca 1895
Annie Heyes nee Wood ca. 1895
Says 'Wood' on the back; Annie's brother?
Is this John Heyes and Rosa nee Gill with Harry?
Lilian nee Presants and Harry Heyes ca. 1960
Another one I can't place; but I think she is in the cast below, too...
Wonder what the play was?
Josiah Oldfield and Fanny nee Heyes
Sarah Oldfield 1890s
Mary Brook nee Willis 1870s
Albert Gill and Edith nee Burhouse ca. 1905
Rosa Heyes nee Gill ca 1955
Giles Castle ca. 1915
Fred Bray ca. 1895
Willie Heyes ca. 1895
Two likely lads
"Auntie Florrie's mother, Polly Aunty" written on back; no other details
Florrie Dyson, NZ, ca. 1920s
Says 'Uncle John' on the back; could be John Brady and Alice Brady nee Bassingthwaite, 1910
John, Rosa and Henry travelling from London to Wellington in 1904
Philip and Eliza, Evalina and Philip travelling London to Wellington 1897
Thomas Caryl made Adjutant for Norfolk Regiment of Volunteer Infantry; major expansion during Napoleonic Wars, 1804. Norfolk Chronicle 12 May 1804.
Norfolk Chronicle, 6 Dec 1806, from British Newspaper Archive. One of my GGGGG-Grandfathers.
Wedding was 'Tuesday last' on 8 Apr 1820, Norfolk Chronicle. Philip Presants to Mary Ann Caryl; my GGGG-grandparents
Thomas Caryl jr died 1835 in East Indies.
The 'Corinthic', brought the Heyes family to NZ in 1904
Gill family in Brockholes ca. 1904. Back row: Edgar Gill, Emma Beatrice Gill, Lewis Gill, John William Gill (known as Jack), Albert Gill, John Heyes?, Whitfield Gill, Mary Hannah (known as Polly) Gill, Giles Castle.
Second Row: Louisa Gill (nee Castle), Edith Gill (nee Burhouse) Joseph Gill b.1839 and his wife Jane Gill (nee Lodge), Rosa Heyes (nee Gill), Florence Gill (nee Arundel), Clara Gill (nee Burhouse).
Children L to R are 1. Edna Gill 2. Nora Gill 3. Leslie Gill 4. Harry Heyes 5. Harold Gill 6. Winifred Gill 7. Kathleen Gill 8. Eric Gill
Heyes family in Honley ca. 1886
Record of 'Clandestine Marriage' in 1752 of Eliza Willis' great-great-grandparents (my GGGGGGGF&M!), both of High Barnett, Hertfordshire. These marriages occurred in London in the area around Fleet Street without banns, and were outlawed in 1754.
Mary Theobald 'now Piggin'... in 1786
The Piggin graves, St John's Hoveton, Norfolk
John and Fanney Heyes and children in 1851 census
Brothers Joseph and Samuel Cawston joining St Mary's Baptist Church in Norwich, 1780
John b 1759 and Mary Piggin nee Theobald b 1764 and daughter Ann in 1851 census; mistranscribed 'Piggie'
Joseph Lodge b 1806 and Mary nee Carter b 1806 and family in 1841 census
Sarah Deary nee Gibbs b 1798 and granddaughter Emma Gibbs b 1847 in 1851 census
Alfred Theobald Brady b 1831 signature, 1911
Alice Presence b 1888 signature, 1911
Henry Heyes b 1846 signature 1911
Who is in this striking pic from London?
Albert Barnes, Evalina Barnes nee Brady, Evalina Barnes ca. 1900
Is this another Gill, husband of pic to right?
Two cuties from Lockwood
Jane Gill nee Lodge ca. 1920
Formerly 'The Green Dragon' pub, kept by Henry Fox in 1840s, in Wells-next-the-sea
Lovely eyes... but who is it?
The hat says 'HMS Prince George' if that helps...
Matching photos; is this another Gill couple?
and two lads from St Alban's
and who is this little Miss?
Thomas Caryl declared Master of Lunatic Asylum in Norwich, 1814.
Look at Thomas Caryl's youngest son (b 1814)'s middle name...
Rosa Heyes nee Gill, Eliza Presants nee Brady and Alice Myrtle Presants
signed Piggin; beautiful fob watch movement
Note the publisher... but probably not a relation :-(
Beautiful detail of a Piggin clock face
Harry Heyes and the war effort in Wellington, 1941
Father and son Robert and John Piggin of Norwich were clockmakers in the period 1780-1850