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Caroline Courts, overlooking Caroline Bay in Timaru.  After the farm at Salisbury was sold, Vic and Nancy O'D bought the upstairs flat on the left as their retirement home. Nancy's bedroom was front right and Vic's was behind at the back. Access to the flat was by a staircase at the rear.
Caroline Courts, overlooking Caroline Bay in Timaru. After the farm at Salisbury was sold, Vic and Nancy O'D bought the upstairs flat on the left as their retirement home. Nancy's bedroom was front right and Vic's was behind at the back. Access to the flat was by a staircase at the rear.
 
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Castle of Mey, Caithness
Castle of Mey, Caithness
 
203
Casualty list mentioning Ernie's death
Casualty list mentioning Ernie's death
 
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Caterina Anguissola
Caterina Anguissola
 
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Caterina Pico
Caterina Pico
 
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Caterina_Sforza by Vasari
Caterina_Sforza by Vasari
 
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Catherine de' Medici
Catherine de' Medici
 
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Catherine Elizabeth McGruer, wife of Digger Taylor
Catherine Elizabeth McGruer, wife of Digger Taylor
 
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Catherine Ewing
Catherine Ewing
 
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Catherine Rose
Catherine Rose
 
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Catherine Warneford nee Calverley by Thomas Gainsborough RA
Catherine Warneford nee Calverley by Thomas Gainsborough RA
 
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Chappie (Walter Leslie) Taylor on horseback
Chappie (Walter Leslie) Taylor on horseback
 
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Chappie Taylor and older brother Bert Taylor, taken in Palmerston, Otago. Original cabinet photo sent to their paternal aunt, Mary Dunbar Sharp nee Taylor, of Rongahere, South Otago.
Chappie Taylor and older brother Bert Taylor, taken in Palmerston, Otago. Original cabinet photo sent to their paternal aunt, Mary Dunbar Sharp nee Taylor, of Rongahere, South Otago.
 
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Charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo 1815 - entitled 'Scotland Forever' by Lady Butler
Charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo 1815 - entitled "Scotland Forever" by Lady Butler
 
215
Charles - unfortunately with eyes closed - taken at wedding of his daughter Rodney Donald in 1948
Charles - unfortunately with eyes closed - taken at wedding of his daughter Rodney Donald in 1948
 
216
Charles Canning !st Earl Canning
Charles Canning !st Earl Canning
Daguerrotype by Beard 1845
 
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Charles ceasing to be a Waitaki rep - Otago Daily Times 20 Feb 1936
Charles ceasing to be a Waitaki rep - Otago Daily Times 20 Feb 1936
 
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Charles DONALD - Advt for Commercial Hotel Clyde - Dunstan Times 11 Sep 1939
Charles DONALD - Advt for Commercial Hotel Clyde - Dunstan Times 11 Sep 1939
 
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Charles Donald - enlargement from family photo taken c 1889
Charles Donald - enlargement from family photo taken c 1889
 
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Charles Donald 2nd from right in the foreground - at opening of the new Ranfurly School on 17 Aug 1926
Charles Donald 2nd from right in the foreground - at opening of the new Ranfurly School on 17 Aug 1926
 
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Charles Donald c 1920
Charles Donald c 1920
Photo from Rich and Ralene Sutherland, colourised by Helen Innes
 
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Charles Donald c 1920
Charles Donald c 1920
 
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Charles Fraser
Charles Fraser
 
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Charles Gasson
Charles Gasson
 
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Charles Gasson
Charles Gasson
 
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Charles Gasson age 15 - close up from Lowe - Gasson wedding photo 1
Charles Gasson age 15 - close up from Lowe - Gasson wedding photo 1
 
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Charles II of England
Charles II of England
 
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Charles III, Duke of Lorraine
Charles III, Duke of Lorraine
 
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Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine
Charles IV, Duke of Lorraine
 
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Charles Lowe
Charles Lowe
 
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Charles Macdonell of Glengarry - signature from affidavit sworn in connection with his brother Alexander's estate.
Charles Macdonell of Glengarry - signature from affidavit sworn in connection with his brother Alexander's estate.
 
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Charles Marsham 1st Earl of Romney by Sir William Beechey
Charles Marsham 1st Earl of Romney by Sir William Beechey
 
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Charles Monck, 4th Viscount Monck of Ballytrammon
Charles Monck, 4th Viscount Monck of Ballytrammon
 
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Charles Stewart Rolls - co-founder of Rolls Royce
Charles Stewart Rolls - co-founder of Rolls Royce
 
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Charles takes over Ranfurly boarding house 1924 [Evening Star 17 Apr 1924]
Charles takes over Ranfurly boarding house 1924 [Evening Star 17 Apr 1924]
 
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Charles V, Duke of Lorraine
Charles V, Duke of Lorraine
 
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Charlie Sharp
Charlie Sharp
 
238
Charlie Sharp 'going away to the Mill' on his motorbike.
Charlie Sharp 'going away to the Mill' on his motorbike.
Tuapeka Mouth Hall in background
 
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Charlie Sharp (left) and possibly his Boyle great nephew (and great nephew's father?)
Charlie Sharp (left) and possibly his Boyle great nephew (and great nephew's father?)
 
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Charlie Sharp - Territorials
Charlie Sharp - Territorials
 
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Charlie Sharp c 1925?
Charlie Sharp c 1925?
close up from a group family photo
 
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Charlie Sharp close-up from Territorials group photo
Charlie Sharp close-up from Territorials group photo
 
243
Charlie Sharp dressed up as minister
Charlie Sharp dressed up as minister
 
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Charlie Sharp in Territorials (back row, 3rd from left)
Charlie Sharp in Territorials (back row, 3rd from left)
 
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Charlie Sharp on right
Charlie Sharp on right
 
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Charlie Sharp with his mother Mary Dunbar Sharp at cottage Tuapeka Mouth
Charlie Sharp with his mother Mary Dunbar Sharp at cottage Tuapeka Mouth
 
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Charlie Sharp, his truck, and Boyle great niece and nephews
Charlie Sharp, his truck, and Boyle great niece and nephews
 
248
Charterville House on smallholding, same as the one Charles Edward Hill would have occupied
Charterville House on smallholding, same as the one Charles Edward Hill would have occupied
 
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Chief Justice James Reid and Hugh Taylor Catalogue of Library 1882
Chief Justice James Reid and Hugh Taylor Catalogue of Library 1882
Offered for sale by Reid Taylor, son of Hugh Taylor
 
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Children of the Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, 1812.  William would have worn a uniform the same as the boy in the engraving.
Children of the Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea, 1812. William would have worn a uniform the same as the boy in the engraving.
 

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