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Great War Touchscreen Kiosk Tour

Collections of images from across historic Cheshire are now available on 6 touchscreens at local museums and libraries. The photographs show different aspects of the Great War, from the men who went away to fight and never returned, the people left behind, to the war memorials. 4 of the kiosks have permanent homes until November […]

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Corporal Robert Gordon Kind 1889 – 1917 – Chester

Born in Birkenhead, the only child of accountant Thomas Kind and his wife Marian, Robert lived with his parents at 15 The Groves, Chester.  A bright student, after graduation he worked as an analytical chemist with Walker, Parker & Co at the Leadworks, he was a member of St Paul’s Church and performed in the […]

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Community Collections – The Evans Family, Chester

We are pleased that Brenda Southward, the family’s descendent recently identified this group photograph as the Evans family, with her father George being the youngest child. From left to right:  George Evans, his son George Evans, Bobby Evans, Stanley Evans, Elizabeth Evans, about 1916. The Evans family lived at 14 New Street, Newtown, Chester.  Brenda’s grandfather won […]

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