Genealogy

Showing results 81 to 90 of 108
Russell memorial
photograph

Russell memorial

Museum Ref No: Canmem6Russell
Russell Memorial photographed in Canford Church, June 2015 Information included: Thomas Macnamara Russell Esquire Admiral of the White. late Commander in Chief in the North Seas. He actively served his Country Seventy Years with ardour, bravery and ability and combated her enemies in Thirty six engagements. His most undaunted spirit of enterprize during the first revolutionary wars of America and France was unrivalled. In1784 he was offered The Honour of Knighthood and at the close of his brilliant career he receieved the warmest acknowledgements from the Admiralty for his superior conduct as a Naval Chief His successful blockade of the Texel during the threatened invasion of our shores was conducted on a new and admirable system of his own. He was the first who had ever dared to anchor a Fleet there in the strongest gales of a Northern Winter and on an enemy’s lee shore. Heligoland surrendered to him by which he secured invaluable advantages to his Country. The Magnanimous intrepid and generous heart of a British Seaman was united in him with the urbanity of a Courtier. He departed This Life on the 22nd Day of July 1824 in his 85th Year. Elizabeth his Wife Died on the 2nd of March 1818 in her 66th Year
Photograph
Skinner Street Congregational Church - Centenary Leaflet (1877)
document

Skinner Street Congregational Church - Centenary Leaflet (1877)

The images are of a 7-page leaflet, commemorating the first centenary of the Skinner Street Congregationalist Church. Martin Kemp-Welch's name appears at the end of the leaflet, indicating that he may have been the author. PRC. SSCC
Document
Skinner Street Congregational Church - Some glimpses into our history
document

Skinner Street Congregational Church - Some glimpses into our history

The images are of a 4-page leaflet containing a concise history of the Skinner Street United Reformed Church, Poole (formerly, the Skinner Street Congregational Church). It was originally written in 1987 by Rev. W. A. Kerr and later revised and augmented by Mr. R. E. Harding, in 1996. PRS. SSCC
Document
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Baptisms 1838-1902

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church Baptisms 1838-1902. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum, using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS. SSCC
Factfile
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Burials 1787-1794

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church Burials Book. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS. SSCC
Factfile
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Burials 1802-1837

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church burials 1802-1837. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS SSCC
Factfile
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Burials 1837-1879

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church Burials 1837-1879. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS. SSCC
Factfile
Skinner Street Congregational Church Manual - 1910
document

Skinner Street Congregational Church Manual - 1910

The images are a selection of the Skinner Street Congregational Church 1910 Manual (or 'annual report'). To view all the images of the 20-page leaflet, call into the Local History Centre, Poole Museum. It contains lists of the church's services, activities and societies, its church officers and members and accounts of various funds associated with the church. It is a window into the religious and wider social history of a well attended and active independent church, just before the First World War. PRS. SSCC
Document
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Marriages 1837-1902

A transcription of Skinner Street Congregational Church Marriages 1837-1902. Created by a joint project of Skinner Street United Reformed Church and Poole Museum using equipment kindly provided by the Somerset and Dorset Family History Society. PRS. SSCC
Factfile
factfile

Skinner Street Congregational Church Membership Book 1741 - 1844

Skinner Street Church Membership Book 1741 - 1844 Contains the above Church Book and Analysis by Gender Analysis by Members Sanctioned for Misconduct Analyses by Where Members came from and moved to SSCC
Factfile