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Edwin Albert Victor 1886-1831 and Sarah Maddern: from Cornwall to South Wales

Edwin was the youngest of eight children of fisherman Bernard Victor and his wife Alice (nee Rowe).   He was born on 21 July and baptised on 7 October 1886 in Paul Church, 10 minutes up the hill from Mousehole, Cornwall where he was born and grew up. 566 more words


Recap - Week 3 - Eagles vs. Jets...

Not bad guys. Not bad.  That was definitely a total team win.  There was some young kids that stepped in and made some plays. Chip seemed like he was on his game a bit more. 410 more words

Eagles Football

John Victor, Boiler-maker and Hammerman, 1852-1934

On Boxing Day 1852, Bernard and Alice Victor (nee Rowe) stood in Paul Church, Cornwall, for the baptism of their son John.  Bernard was a fisherman, and Alice was a fisherman’s wife, formerly a domestic servant. 1,491 more words


Grace D Rowe 1819 - 1905 - milliner and dear aunt

Grace arrived in the world on Tuesday 7 December 1819 and baptised into the Methodist faith on 7 January 1821 in the Penzance area, probably in the local Trinity Methodist Chapel in Newlyn. 599 more words


No Place for Old Men

There are projects around here and then there are the PROJECTS.  The jobs that require a lot of planning and thinking and some hesitation to start because you know they are going to turn into something unexpected halfway through. 549 more words


Bernard Victor and the Cornishmen who wet the other eye

I’m not an academic, but I work at the University of Stirling, but I just really get on with being a secretary, my day job; exploring my family’s history is one of my hobbies. 646 more words


Rare 1960's Turquoise Rowe Chair

Great vintage find by BarefootDwelling (550.00 USD) http://ift.tt/1JU1BiH