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High Street Census 1841-1871

Museum Ref No: HSH
Transcription of Census Returns for the High Street 1841-1871. Transcribed as part of the High Street History Project. HSH
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High Street Census 1871-1901

Museum Ref No: HSH
Transcription of Census Returns for the High Street 1871-1901. Transcribed as part of the High Street History Project. HSH
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High Street Census 1901-1911

Museum Ref No: HSH
Transcription of Census Returns for the High Street 1901-1911. Transcribed as part of the High Street History Project. HSH
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Hornblow, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0461
Memorial to 384667 Serjeant W. Hornblow of the Royal Artilley, who died on the 15th July 1942, age 52. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker.
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Hosking, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0502
Memorial to 21739 Private H. Hosking of the Somerset Light Infantry, who died on 27th April 1916. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker.
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John Montague Guest Memorial
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J M Guest, John Montague Guest Memorial

Museum Ref No: Canmem3JMGuest
JM Guest Memorial photographed in Canford Church, June 2015 Information included: To the glory of God and in Lasting Memory of Montague John Guest M.P For Youghal 1869-1874 and for Wareham 1880-1885. 3rd son of Sir John and Lady Charlotte Guest. “Monty” Died suddenly at Sandringham when on a visit to his friend and King.Edward VII on His Majesty’s birthday November 9. 1909. This tablet is erected in Sorrow and in Love by his youngest sister Blanche Countess of Bessborough
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Jefferies memorial
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Jefferies memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0470
Memorial to 2599227 Signalman H. Jefferies of the Royal Signals, who died on 8th February 1944, age 22. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker
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Jolliffe Memorial
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Jolliffe, Jolliffe Memorial

Museum Ref No: Stjamem6jolliffe
Jolliffe Memorial photographed in St. James’ Church, Poole, September 2015 Information included: Near this Place Lies The Body of Peter Jolliff Who in the Late Wars Signalised himself against the French with uncommon Courage And frequently revenged their Insolences towards the English By Captivity or Death. William the third In justice to the merit of so brave a man Rewarded his Services with a Commission and a medal of Gold George the first at his Accession to the Throne Gave him the Command of this Town in all Military Affairs. Thus having been distinguished by these two great Kings. He died in the 72nd Year of his Age On the 12th day of November 1730. He left several Children William the Youngest Caused this monument to be erected to his Memory on the 9th October 1737. In memory also of the above mentione’d William Jolliff (an alderman and a Merchant of this town) who died August the 7th 1762 aged 64 years and Elizabeth his wife who died January the 5th 1747/8 aged 45 years: whose bodies lie entombed near this place.
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Rev Jolliffe
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Jolliffe, Rev Jolliffe

Museum Ref No: Stjamem8Jolliffe
Jolliffe Memorial photographed in St. James’ Church, Poole, September 2015 Information included: Sacred to the memory of The Reverend Peter William Jolliffe. M A son of Peter Jolliffe Merchant And Alderman of this Town. He was born on the 3rd of February 1767 and died on the 21st February 1861 in his 95th year. This Monument is erected by the Friends and Parishioners of The Reverend Peter William Jolliffe for nearly Seventy Years The Beloved and Respected Pastor of the Town of Poole. He was a man of Child Like simplicity. Of unaffected courtesy Of unblemished reputation Of unbounded benevolence Of singular disinterestedness and afforded a bright example of a pious and consistent clergyman adorning the Doctrine of God his Saviour. “ God Forbid That I Should Glory Save In The Cross Of Our Lord Jesus Christ “ “ Which Hope We Have As An Anchor Of The Soul Sure And Steadfast “
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King, Memorial

Museum Ref No: PEP 0492
Memorial to William King of the British Red Cross, who died on 19th October 1918. Poole Cemetery. Photograph P. E. Parker.
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