Item BCA - 2017.525 - The Eeles family, here and in Canada and some family trees

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BCA - 2017.525

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The Eeles family, here and in Canada and some family trees

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  • various from late C19th (Creation)

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pdf 39 photographs and 30 documents

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This photograph is of the Eeles family. There are pages about the branch of the family that emigrated to Canada, pension awarded to Ebenezer Eeles and his discharge certificate and pension notification and a form from the dispersal hospital centre in Huddersfield dated February 21st 1919. Several pages of family trees and lots of photographs of the family and their shop in Bampton.
EDWARD ~2 - Edward Rolls in his cousin's (the Hon Charles Rolls) model plane. Edward Rolls was related to Grace Eeles of Eeles grocery store (now Budgens 2014, Co-op late 2014) in the Market Square.
EDWARD~3 - Edward Rolls, related to Grace Eeles of Eeles grocery shop in the Market Square (now Budgens 2014)
EDWARD~1 - This Edwardian lady was related to Grace Eeles of Eeles grocery shop in the Market Square (now Budgens 2014)
GRACE&~1 - Grace and Douglas Eeles. The Eeles family ran a grocery shop on the site of the present day Budgens (2014)
GRACEE~1 - Grace Eeles as a child with her grandmother. The Eeles family ran a grocery shop on the site of the present day Budgens (2014) (Co-op in late 2014)
GRACEE~2 - Left to right - Grace Eeles, Audrey Taylor and Rose Gerring in 1973 planting a bush in the grass triangle in Cheapside.
GRACER~1 - Grace Eeles ages 21
HENRIE~1 - A Christmas card from Henrietta Eeles
JAMES&~2 - James and Grace Eeles with Audrey Beak in the centre.
JAMES@~1 - James and Mary Elizabeth Eeles
LARGEF~1 - Eeles family group including children, William Eeles, founder of Eeles grocer shop, is the elderly gentleman in front, Mrs William Eeles sits next to him. John Warner, the relative who introduced Plymouth Brethren to the Eeles family is the gentleman with the moustache in the front row right with child on his knee. His wife Annie (Nee Eeles) stands behind William Eeles. On Mrs William Eeles left is Florence Shaylor who married Richard Eeles.
a522 - Family photograph of the Eeles family. William Eeles and his wife seated centre front; John Warner (Plymouth Brethren) standing behind William: Annie Warner (nee Eeles) standing between William and his wife; Florence Shaylor, married to Richard Eeles seated front right, next to old Mrs Eeles.
RICHAR~1 - Richard Eeles and his dog Dinky in 1952
SITTIN~1 - The sitting room behind Eeles' shop in the Market Square. Polly, Pricilla (Tilly), and Henrietta (Tattie) sitting at the table.
TOMMY&~1 - Tommy and Tub were a 21st birthday gift for Grace Eeles from her mother
Untitl51 - Children gathered in the Market Square with their Garlands1960 ready for the judging. The shop Eeles & Sons can be seen quite clearly behind them.
a503 - H. Chandler maybe in the American army, maybe related to Albert Chandler the saddler in Bampton, Dated 1941 January 17th.
img065 - A picture of Grace Eeles with one of the very many corn dollies that she made. She was a member of the Eeles family that used to have Eeles grocery store which is now (2014) Budgens. Grace lived in the bungalow behind the Jubilee Inn in Lavender Square and Roy Shergold used to help her with her garden. (Late 2014 the shop became a Co-op)
img081 - Newspaper report of October 21st 1971; Bampton WI planting 3 Golden Eleagnus bushes in the grass triangle in Cheapside to commemorate their Golden Jubilee year. President Mrs Audrey Taylor, vice president Mrs Rose Gerring and Mrs Grace Eeles planted the shrubs in holes prepared by Mr Eeles.
img467 - The album produced by the Bampton branch of the WI to celebrate its 75th year. Members at the garden party including Elizabeth Chambers, Joyce Lee, Pat Barratt, Midge Newman, Vera Elward, Mary Farmer and Grace Eeles.

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