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Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [1]
Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [1]
Study of a letter written by my 2xGreat Grandfather, Alfred Kingsnorth, to his daughters on 10 March 1891 while he was staying with his son in Westbourne, Dorset. His son owned and ran the Beehive Stores on Seamoor Road – a ‘Family Grocer and Provision Merchant’.  
 
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Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [2]
Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [2]
Study of a letter written by my 2xGreat Grandfather, Alfred Kingsnorth, to his daughters on 10 March 1891 while he was staying with his son in Westbourne, Dorset. His son owned and ran the Beehive Stores on Seamoor Road – a ‘Family Grocer and Provision Merchant’.  
 
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Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [3]
Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [3]
Study of a letter written by my 2xGreat Grandfather, Alfred Kingsnorth, to his daughters on 10 March 1891 while he was staying with his son in Westbourne, Dorset. His son owned and ran the Beehive Stores on Seamoor Road – a ‘Family Grocer and Provision Merchant’.  
 
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Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [4]
Alfred KINGSNORTH’s letter to daughter Susie, 10th March 1891 [4]
Study of a letter written by my 2xGreat Grandfather, Alfred Kingsnorth, to his daughters on 10 March 1891 while he was staying with his son in Westbourne, Dorset. His son owned and ran the Beehive Stores on Seamoor Road – a ‘Family Grocer and Provision Merchant’.  
 
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Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 1]
Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 1]
In the Willis family archives there is a handwritten letter from my Great Aunt, Elizabeth Nicholls, to her parents. It’s the document which sparked my interest in family history – when was the letter written, where from and who were the people mentioned in it?  
 
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Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 2]
Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 2]
In the Willis family archives there is a handwritten letter from my Great Aunt, Elizabeth Nicholls, to her parents. It’s the document which sparked my interest in family history – when was the letter written, where from and who were the people mentioned in it?  
 
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Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 3]
Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 3]
In the Willis family archives there is a handwritten letter from my Great Aunt, Elizabeth Nicholls, to her parents. It’s the document which sparked my interest in family history – when was the letter written, where from and who were the people mentioned in it?  
 
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Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 4]
Elizabeth NICHOLLS’ letter home to her family – Christmas 1919 [Page 4]
In the Willis family archives there is a handwritten letter from my Great Aunt, Elizabeth Nicholls, to her parents. It’s the document which sparked my interest in family history – when was the letter written, where from and who were the people mentioned in it?  
 
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Telegram addressed to William Nicholls, May 3rd 1893
Telegram addressed to William Nicholls, May 3rd 1893
The telegram was sent from Dartmouth on 3 May 1893 at 9.52am and addressed to William Nicholls at 135 Clarendon Street, Dover. The details of the sender are unknown. The telegram simply reads: 'Had a letter this morning your brother George is dead.'

George died on 20 January 1893 from Typhoid whilst stationed with the Royal Artillery in…