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Edwardian casual group photograph Featured Related Images Print

Edwardian casual group photograph

The man in the picture is Ernest Battersby, responsible for the photograph. May is on the left - she is May Battersby, sister in law to Ernest Battersby in the foreground. Elsie is currently not further identified. The photograph was taken in the billiard room at the family home of Strathclyde, Stockport. Date: 1906

© The Battersby Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Edwardian group Featured Related Images Print

Edwardian group

Edwardian group in the garden of Strathclyde, Offerton Road, Stockport. Standing with his sister and brothers is James Johnson Battersby who survived the Lusitania sinking ten years later. The seated older couple are the hat manufacturer William Battersbyand his wife Mary. Even for a group photograph taken by a family member it seems hats were almost obligatory, and note the enormous decorative key adorning Mrs Allpegarth, seated front right. Date: 1907

© The Battersby Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The barge of Edgar manned by eight kings on the Dee, 973 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle Featured Related Images Print

The barge of Edgar manned by eight kings on the Dee, 973 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle

The barge of Edgar manned by eight kings on the Dee, 1864. Edgar I, known as Edgar the Peaceful or the Peaceable, was King of England from 959 to 975. Six kings in Britain, including the King of Scots and the King of Strathclyde, pledged faith they would be the king's liege-men on sea and land. Later chroniclers made the kings into eight, all plying the oars of Edgar's state barge on the River Dee. From A Chronicle of England B.C. 55 - A.D. 1485 by James E. Doyle. [Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, London, 1864]

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