Item BCA - 2019.1809 - Alice and James Gardner lived in Bourton Cottages 1906 to 1915

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BCA - 2019.1809

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Alice and James Gardner lived in Bourton Cottages 1906 to 1915

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  • 1906 1915 (Creation)

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pdf of 2 photographs

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Bob Gardner said

"The family lived in the “Bourton Cottages” since they were re-built in 1906. He was married to Alice and died when he was in his mid fifties. He died in 1915 and was buried in the Bampton cemetery where we recently found his grave (unmarked).
He was a photographer by trade and had a business in Fairford. We think he took many photographs of family’s and their children. He obviously took several around Bampton ... The family had (we think) 8 children, two of which died and we think at least one was buried in Bampton cemetery."

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