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Durham City, Mount Oswald, Wilkinson family

Percival Spearman Wilkinson, with some of his children and one grandchild, on the steps of the entrance to Mount Oswald. Standing left Percival Spearman Wilkinson; standing right Lieutenant Percival Spearman Wilkinson (Percy). Middle seated left to right: Wilfred Edward Wilkinson (Ted), Edith Blanche Wilkinson (Edith) and Mary Charlotte Headlam nee Wilkinson (May), holding her first child, Margaret Ellen Headlam (Madge). Seated at front is Rev Henry Clennell Wilkinson (Harry). Identification courtesy of the Wilkinson family.

People:
Wilkinson (Family)
Date:
1895
Period:
1876 - 1900
Place:
Durham City
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Item Type:
photograph
Donor:
Richardson, Michael
Artist:
unknown
Reference:
DR01989

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