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Attached is a photo of the boys making a snowman at Leland Meadows near Pinecrest, California. They had a wonderful time sliding down the hill in inner tubes and Mitch and Ray also enjoyed ice skating (pushing a "bar" which looks much like a walker). Walt was more into socializing at the ice rink.
Mark Abrahams aged about 49 years.
Status: Located; NEAR THIS PLACE ARE INTERRED THE REMAINS OF HESTER LYNCH PIOZZI.
"DOCTOR JOHSNON'S MRS THRALE"
BORN 1741. DIED 1821.
WITTY, VIVACIOUS AND CHARMING. IN AN AGE OF GENIUS:
SHE EVER HELD A FOREMOST PLACE.
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY ORLANDO BUTLER FELLOWES,
GRAND-SON OF SIR JAMES FELLOWES, THE INTIMATE FRIEND OF
MRS PIOZZI AND HER EXECUTOR.
ASSISTED BY SUBSCRIPTIONS
28TH APRIL 1909.
Henry Merrik Hoare by Samuel Woodford.
|6||'Frontispiece for the 2nd edition of Dr Johnson's letters'|
by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell. Etching, published 7 April 1788.
9 3/4 in. x 6 7/8 in. (249 mm x 175 mm) plate size; 10 5/8 in. x 7 5/8 in. (269 mm x 194 mm).
|7||'Mark' of Thomas Thrale|
In this period, most people were illiterate, and used an "X" to mark their name on documents. However Thomas used the mark of the broad arrow to sign his agreement to his own will on 8 September 1600.
This mark has since been adopted as the logo for this website - Thrale.com.
by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published June 1786|
10 3/4 in. x 7 5/8 in. (273 mm x 194 mm) plate size;
11 5/8 in. x 8 3/8 in. (295 mm x 214 mm) paper size
|9||1822 survey of Streatham Park|
See also later survey.
|10||1825 survey of Streatham Park |
After Hester Thrale Piozzi's death in 1821, this watercolor on vellum survey of her home, Streatham Park, was commissioned by her daughters Hester, Susanna, and Cecilia from J. & W. Newton. It was then incorporated into the 1825 deed of sale of the property to Michael Shepley. Source: http://hcl.harvard.edu/libraries/houghton/exhibits/johnson/acquisitions/9_9.cfm
See also, a earlier survey at http://www.thrale.com/sites/all/libraries/tng/showmedia.php?mediaID=279&medialinkID=399.
|12||1851 census |
|14||1881 census |
Village, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
|15||1881 England Census for Thomas Henry Thrale and family|
79 High Street, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
39 Fashion Street
33 Lower Wood Street, Woolwich, Surrey
High Street, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, England
122 Brick Lane
|28||1927 discharge papers|
|29||1930 US census|
Israel Levenson, wife Deborah and children.
|30||2 April 1911 census|
31 Fashion Street, Brick Lane, London
|31||2nd Lt. Notts Sherwood Rangers|
|32||64 West Street, Brighton|
|33||64 West Street, Brighton in 1865|
64 West Street is the double bow-fronted house to the left the New Brighton Arcade premises.
|34||A new Thraliana - a chronicle of the Thrale family of Hertfordshire. 1952. By Richard William Thrale.|
|35||A Newer Thraliana by Richard Thrale in 2005.|
|36||Admiral George Keith Elphinstone by George Sanders|
Portrait of Admiral George Keith Elphinstone, GCB, 1st Viscount Keith 1746-1823
Admiral George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount Keith
oil on canvas
76.20 x 63.50 cm. (30 x 25 in.)
|37||Admission and discharge register for girls. Bath Street School, London.|
|38||Advertisement for Hardenwick School whilst located at Sandridgebury|
|39||Alf with son Jonathan his 92nd birthday on 29 September 2012|
(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.)
|40||An entertainment in Vauxhall Gardens by Thomas Rowlandson in 1784|
The box in the bottom left of the image depicts a supper box at a concert containing: James Boswell; Hester Thrale; Samuel Johnson; Hester Thrale (she appears twice); and Oliver Goldsmith.
|41||Anchor brewery 1820 by John Thomas Smith|
Entrance to Thrale's brewhouse in Park Street, Southwark. By John Thomas Smith (1766-1833).
|42||Anchor Brewery by G Yates in 1826|
|43||Anchor brewery circa 1785|
|44||Anchor Brewery deed of sale 31 May 1781.|
Deed of sale of Anchor Brewery on 31 May 1781 by Henry Thrale's executors and purchasers:
Hester Lynch Thrale;
|45||Anchor brewery fire in 1832 by William Clarkson Stanfield|
A painting of a disastrous fire in 1832 at the Anchor Brewery on Bankside by William Clarkson Stanfield. Purchased by Guildhall Art Gallery on 22 July 2009 for £4,375.
|46||Anchor brewery plaque|
Located in Park Street. Inscribed ...
List of Brewers
The Monger Family 1616-1670
Josiah Child 1670-1693
Edmund Halsey MP 1693-1729
Ralph Thrale 1729-1758
Henry Thrale 1758-1781
Barclay, Perkins & Co 1781-1955
Courage Ltd 1955 - 1986.
|47||Anchor brewery seventeenth century accounts|
Domestic accounts kept by Edmund Halsey in the 17th century.
|48||Anchor Brewery, Park Street entrance circa 1835. By John Thomas Smith.|
|49||Anchor brewery, Southwark, plan 1875|
Plan of Bankside (based on the 1875 Ordnance Survey). Note the Borough Waterworks Company (in pink) which supplied water to the brewery.
Marriage of Andrew Goodman and May Thrale. Confirmed by Rebecca Fuller's aunt, who was the niece of Andrew Goodman.