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Bowes, Trow Heads 2002
Bowes, Trow Heads 2002
Taken by Nicholas Michael. The only access to this wonderfully remote farmhouse is by an earth track over the moor. The light.coloured boxes going from left to right are actually trucks on the A66 road from Bowes. 
 
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Bowes, Village in 2002
Bowes, Village in 2002
View from the north. 
 
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Bowes, West Pasture Farm in 2002
Bowes, West Pasture Farm in 2002
Mentioned as being "in the tenure of William Laydman Sonne of Richard Laydman" in the 1656 indenture. 
 
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Bowes, Whorlands 2002
Bowes, Whorlands 2002
where William was born - and died - in 1688. 
 
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Bowes, Yorks., St Giles
Bowes, Yorks., St Giles
where Thomas was baptised in 1704, and buried in 1752. 
 
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Bowes, Yorks., St Giles 2
Bowes, Yorks., St Giles 2
where Leonard and Mary were married in 1679 (although there is little left of the church from that time). 
 
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Bowes:The Ancient Unicorn Inn, formerly “The George”
Bowes:The Ancient Unicorn Inn, formerly “The George”
This impressive coaching inn built around a cobbled courtyard dates in part to 1545. From the eighteenth century it was an important stop on the old York to Carlisle mail coach run. Charles Dickens and his illustrator friend Hablot K. Browne (Phiz) stayed here at Bowes in the Ancient Unicorn in February 1838 when researching the rumours of the cruel Northern boarding schools where unwanted (often illegitimate) children were abandoned to an unknown fate. 
 
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Brian Swaine with his cousin Jill Laidman
Brian Swaine with his cousin Jill Laidman
Photo supplied by Peter Swaine (peter@swaine.info), December 2005 
 
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Brough under Stainmoor 2002
Brough under Stainmoor 2002
where John was baptised in 1568. 
 
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Brough, Thorney Scale 2
Brough, Thorney Scale 2
 
 
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Brough, Thorney Scale 2002
Brough, Thorney Scale 2002
Thorney Scale is still the name of a working farm just outside Brough. On a visit in 2002 it was owned by a family called Hunter, and 60 years previously the owners were Kidd. The unfaced part of this building could well have been standing in John Laidman’s time, in the sixteenth century, as could the outhouse or barn which stands opposite the house. 
 
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Brougham Castle, Westmorland, September 2014
Brougham Castle, Westmorland, September 2014
This was founded by Robert Vieuxpont who was granted the land by King John for being one of the few in the north of England to remain loyal to him. 
 
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Brune, le Maréchal
Brune, le Maréchal
 
 
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Bullocks Hall Township map
Bullocks Hall Township map
 
 
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Catherine Drusilla Helmore’s grave in Cathay’s cemetery, Cardiff in 2007.
Catherine Drusilla Helmore’s grave in Cathay’s cemetery, Cardiff in 2007.
Photo supplied in March 2007 by Brian Heard. 
 
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Catterlen Hall
Catterlen Hall
Home of the Bird family in the late 18th century. 
 
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Charles Harbottle
Charles Harbottle
Photo from The Tasmanian Mail, 20 June 1918. 
 
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Charles III Duke of Savoy
Charles III Duke of Savoy
Portrait by Jean Clouet
Galleria Sabauda,
Via Accademia delle Scienze,
10123 Turin 
 
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Charles III Duke of Savoy
Charles III Duke of Savoy
 
 
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Charles Laidman circa 1830
Charles Laidman circa 1830
Portrait in the possession of Jill & Graeme Salmon, Park Farm, Jericho, Tasmania. Graeme is the descendant of Thomas Harbottle and Mary Laidman, Charles' daughter. 
 
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Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
Etching by Hieronymus Hopfer, 1521. Original in possession of Nicholas Michael. 
 
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Charlotte Mary Laidman, 1907
Charlotte Mary Laidman, 1907
Miniature of her sister Charlotte Mary Laidman, dated 1907. Reproduced by kind permission of Warren Kundis, and Roger Phillips and Carmela Arturi, 2015.
See http://portraitminiature.blogspot.co.uk/search?updated-min=2015-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&updated-max=2016-01-01T00:00:00-08:00&max-results=1 
 
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Christopher Jeremy Ayling, 2003
Christopher Jeremy Ayling, 2003
Taken at the first worldwide Laidman reunion at Bowes, Yorkshire, September 2003 
 
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Claudine de Brosse of Brittany, Duchess of Savoy
Claudine de Brosse of Brittany, Duchess of Savoy
 
 
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Constance Smith, 1946
Constance Smith, 1946
Photo supplied by Linda Egan, September 2005 
 
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Cottingwood Lane Morpeth
Cottingwood Lane Morpeth
where Ann was living in 1844. 
 
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David & Denise Michael’s grave
David & Denise Michael’s grave
in the cemetery of Saint-Georges, Geneva. Photo taken in May 2011. 
 
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Dean Richard (?)
Dean Richard (?)
Photo found in the effects of the late Margaret Soutar née Dimmock. The attribution to Richard Dean is based solely upon the resemblance to his other known likeness, and is tenuous. 
 
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Dean Walter Rodolph ca 1890
Dean Walter Rodolph ca 1890
From the effects of the late Margaret Soutar née Dimmock 
 
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Dean William 1818-1900
Dean William 1818-1900
 
 
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Deloris & Margaret Braton, 2010
Deloris & Margaret Braton, 2010
Photo from the Facebook site of Connie Rae Braton, 2010 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman 1960's
Denise Anne Laidman 1960's
 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman by Sir Stanley Spencer 1947
Denise Anne Laidman by Sir Stanley Spencer 1947
This drawing was done by Sir Stanley Spencer in Cookham, on 13 January 1947. Denises's diary reads: "January 12 1947. Stanley came in the evening & is going to draw me tomorrow. January 13 1947. Stanley came early, started the drawing & finished it after lunch. It's not very good, rather disappointing, & I was very tired after sitting. January 17 1947. Stanley S. came again to do another drawing of me – again not awfully good. He wants £30 for the two drawings!" The Michaels decided to decline the drawings, which were later sold in auction. This drawing was also sold at Christies, sale 6457 lot 9, on 7 June 2001, under the title "Portrait of a Cookham girl", for £ 1,410. 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman by Sir Stanley Spencer, drawing 1947
Denise Anne Laidman by Sir Stanley Spencer, drawing 1947
This drawing was done by Sir Stanley Spencer in Cookham, on 17 January 1947. Denises's diary reads: "January 12 1947. Stanley came in the evening & is going to draw me tomorrow. January 13 1947. Stanley came early, started the drawing & finished it after lunch. It's not very good, rather disappointing, & I was very tired after sitting. January 17 1947. Stanley S. came again to do another drawing of me – again not awfully good. He wants £30 for the two drawings!" The Michaels decided to decline the drawings, which were later sold in auction. 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman ca 1924
Denise Anne Laidman ca 1924
 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman ca 1938
Denise Anne Laidman ca 1938
Photo in possession (2009) of Carolyn Wilson 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman ca 1947
Denise Anne Laidman ca 1947
Denise Anne Michael née Laidman with her daughter Carolyn Anne Michael in about 1946 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman circa 1927
Denise Anne Laidman circa 1927
Photo in possession (2009) of Carolyn Wilson 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman circa 1955
Denise Anne Laidman circa 1955
Photo taken in the garden at Godwyn House, Godwyn Road, Folkestone. 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman, 1997
Denise Anne Laidman, 1997
 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman, 2001
Denise Anne Laidman, 2001
Her daughter-in-law Marion Michael née Soutar is on her right 
 
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Denise Anne Laidman, April 2006
Denise Anne Laidman, April 2006
 
 
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Denise Michael née Laidman & daughter Carolyn, 1944 or 1945
Denise Michael née Laidman & daughter Carolyn, 1944 or 1945
 
 
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Denise Michael née Laidman, June 1943
Denise Michael née Laidman, June 1943
 
 
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Denise Michael née Laidman, New York May 1947
Denise Michael née Laidman, New York May 1947
 
 
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Denise with her father John Head Laidman at her wedding, 1942
Denise with her father John Head Laidman at her wedding, 1942
Photo in possession (2009) of Carolyn Wilson 
 
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Dennis Francis Hoggett (centre) with son Dennis AJ and father Francis Albert, circa 1980
Dennis Francis Hoggett (centre) with son Dennis AJ and father Francis Albert, circa 1980
 
 
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Dimmock Percy Buckingham 1908
Dimmock Percy Buckingham 1908
Postcard inscribed recto: "From one Percy to another Percy - with love. Dalhousie 13.1.08".
Verso: "Dalhousie 13.1.08
My dear Percy, I am sending these in one envelope because the[y] will not likely to become damaged - face to face - When are you coming to India to have a hunt after some wild animals. Many thanks for card with much love, Uncle Percy."

The addressee is certainly his nephew Percy Edgar Dimmock (ID 1069). 
 
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Dimmock Percy Edgar & William Guy
Dimmock Percy Edgar & William Guy
From the effects of Margaret Soutar née Dimmock. Percy Edgar is seated, right. 
 
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Dimmock Percy Edgar, Margate
Dimmock Percy Edgar, Margate
From the effects of the late Margaret Soutar née Dimmock 
 

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