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General Everyday Clothing

1900
Submitted by Expat in Oz
My husband's grandfather - Jeremiah Goforth Wastling b1876


C1900
Sarah Jane Slade nee Davis. Submitted by Kathsgirl.48
Sarah in all her finery.

Not sure when this picture was taken, but I think it was before she married. She was born in 1880 and married in 1903. She trained as a milliner and eventually opened her own milliner's shop in the old centre of Bristol where she worked until she retired in 1953 approx. I can just vaguely remember the shop, walking betweeen the counters with the hat stands high above me when I was about 4 or 5years old.



1901-1910
Hunting Party Submitted by Bo the Bodger
A Chief Constable doing his duty! - to the far left of the photo. The rest is a hunting party of nobility + others!


1903
Isle of Wight Family. Submitted by Jill on the A272 by permission of Charles Frye
1904
'Weeks' grandparents (and 9 of their 11 children). Submitted by Kathsgirl.48
Pictured ourside their cottage in Corston nr Bath. Men are wearing button holes as if ready for a wedding.
1904
Family Group Submitted by Bo the Bodger
Family group of 4 generations of the same family. MY father is the babe in arms, my grandmother born 1878 is holding him, the lady to the left of the picture is my gt Grandmother born 1851 and her mother my gt gt grandmother born 1821 is on the right of the picture. They came from a solid upper middle class family. Personally I think that my grandmother's dress is beautiful and I feel that it must have been either her wedding dress (she married in 1901) or definitely her best dress.
C1905
Submitted by Kathsgirl.48
Grandma & Granddad, who died long before I was born, and my Uncle Archie born 26th Dec 1904
c1908
Submitted by Sue from Southend
This photo is my Grandmother and her youngest sister. The child, Rosie, was born in 1903 and my Grandmother in 1890 suggesting a date of about 1908. They were an East End family (Bethnal Green) and the photo was taken in the studio of F Butler, 98 Armagh Rd, Bow, E London.
1909
On Holiday. Submitted by Bo the Bodger
A middle class family group on holiday.
1909
Everyday Clothing. Submitted by Pat Hope
My Father is the small boy pictured at the front, on the right.
1909
Submitted by Katarzyna

Boots and Shoes

1902
7yr Old Girl's Shoes. Submitted by Jill on the A272

Uniforms

1900-1920
Submitted by Jen~Ealogy
William Nelson (Aunt's husband). Collar badges suggest Dress Uniform of the Royal Scots Greys (2nd Dragoons) OR The 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys). Timescale 1900-1921.


1907
Navy. Submitted by Wendy Pusey
William Thomas Pusey, Stoker.

Workwear

1900
The Gardener. Submitted by Judith M
Picture Shows my Gt Grandfather James Coe and his assistant.

James was head gardener to a race horse owner in Newmarket, Suffolk.

Sportswear

c1905-1910
Sportwear. Submitted by Sue from Southend
My Grandmother

Wedding Attire

1905
Wedding Group. Submitted by Yummy Mummy Amy
My Great grand uncles cousins wedding, 1905 Scarborough Yorkshire. This was sent to me via the brides 3rd great granddaughter.
1906
Wedding Guests. Submitted by Jill on the A272
The girl on the right (Adela Rose Steel) is 11, her own wedding picture is below under 1929.
1906
Submitted by Jill on the A272
Bride and groom seated centre, one of the twins, (Amelia Steel) has her own wedding picture on the 1920's page.
1906
Wedding Guests. Submitted by Jill on the A272
The old man, a retired shepherd holds the photograph of one of his daughters who was unable to be there.
1909
Wedding Group. Submitted by Tom Tom

Childrens Clothing

c1900
School Group. Submitted by Tom Tom
1902
Submitted by Jill on the A272
Taken shortly after the death of their mother.
Lawrence Gleaves. Submitted by Pat Hope.
Lawrence Gleaves was born in 1906 in Manchester.

Other

Sunday Best - c1901. Submitted by Langley Vale Sue
Dressed in their Sunday best, everyone looks very serious.