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Taken at Pangbourne College iN Berkshire where he used to attend school 
 
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1841 census entry for Hoxne Road, Stradbroke
1841 census entry for Hoxne Road, Stradbroke
Close up of the name entries.  
 
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Archie & Elsie Wharton
Archie & Elsie Wharton
Archie Ernest Wharton (1897-1984) & Elsie Butler (1900-1980) 
 
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Arthur Philip Wharton
Arthur Philip Wharton
Taken in Ingoldisthorpe, Norfolk 
 
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Arthur Wharton - First Black Footballer in the UK
Arthur Wharton - First Black Footballer in the UK
 
 
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Charles Wharton -Pretoria Pit disaster - Memorial
Charles Wharton -Pretoria Pit disaster - Memorial
Pretoria Pit disaster Memorial - mining accident on 21 December 1910 n Over Hulton, Westhoughton, Lancashire. Bronze statue of kneeling miner in front of granite screen. Sculpture by Jane Robbins. 
 
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Charles William Wharton of Grange Farm Filby, Norfolk who died in 2013
Charles William Wharton of Grange Farm Filby, Norfolk who died in 2013
Charles William Wharton of Grange Farm Filby, Norfolk who died in 2013 
 
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Douglas James Wharton. Alberta Canada
Douglas James Wharton. Alberta Canada
 
 
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Extract from book called Historical Sketches of Scalby, Burniston and Cloughton
Extract from book called Historical Sketches of Scalby, Burniston and Cloughton
 
 
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Extract from the will of Stephen Wharton c1779 to 1811 Scarborough
Extract from the will of Stephen Wharton c1779 to 1811 Scarborough
This is a screen grab from his will - not all of the will is displayed. It can be downloaded from the National Archives reference IR/26/434 
 
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Geoffrey Wharton
Geoffrey Wharton
Great Britain, Royal Aero Club Aviatorsí Certificate 
 
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Geoffrey Wharton - Card Index Royal Aero Club Aviator
Geoffrey Wharton - Card Index Royal Aero Club Aviator
 
 
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Geoffrey Wharton Photograph Card from Royal Aero Club
Geoffrey Wharton Photograph Card from Royal Aero Club
 
 
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Henry Wharton and Ellen Jackson 31 May 1815 Marriage St Peter Leeds Yorkshire
Henry Wharton and Ellen Jackson 31 May 1815 Marriage St Peter Leeds Yorkshire
 
 
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Hugh Wharton
Hugh Wharton
 
 
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Hugh Wharton/Vera May Martin wedding 17 Nov 1931
Hugh Wharton/Vera May Martin wedding 17 Nov 1931
Wedding of Hugh Wharton and Vera May Martin. In the photo from left to right Arthur Philip Wharton, Kate May Martin (nee Wharton), Unknown Bridesmaid, Hugh Wharton, Vera May Martin, Geoffrey Wharton, Arthur John Martin and Lilian Estcourt Martin (nee Smith) 
 
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Irene Mildred Wharton - 1888 to 1983
Irene Mildred Wharton - 1888 to 1983
We know Irene loved music and singing and sang in various choirs. This photo was probably taken in her late teens. Photograph kindly provided by Heather Mallinson 
 
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John Rapson Wharton
John Rapson Wharton
 
 
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Joseph Westhead Wharton
Joseph Westhead Wharton
Entry in London Gazette in April - June 1843 re Bankrupty in Manchester. His son David was subsequently found in the 1851 census in Chorley Workhouse. 
 
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Ken Wharton - Racing Driver 1916 - 1957
Ken Wharton - Racing Driver 1916 - 1957
 
 
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Ken Wharton Racing Car Driver 1916-1957
Ken Wharton Racing Car Driver 1916-1957
 
 
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Map of Westmorland in 1824
Map of Westmorland in 1824
"Gray1824.westmoreland" by George Carrington Gray - Gray's Book of Roads. Licensed under Public Domain via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Gray1824.westmoreland.jpg#/media/File:Gray1824.westmoreland.jpg 
 
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Marriage annoucement of George Lee Wharton and Eleanor Smith
Marriage annoucement of George Lee Wharton and Eleanor Smith
Taken from Morning Post 4 Dec 1882 
 
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Michael Bernard Wharton 1913 to 2006
Michael Bernard Wharton 1913 to 2006
 
 
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Mildred Irene Beattie 1864 to 1939
Mildred Irene Beattie 1864 to 1939
This is one of a pair taken by the same photographer Bartlett Bros in Bendigo. We suspect the photos may have been taken after 1888 when their first and only child was born. Records indicate they moved to Bendigo at this time. Photograph kindly provided by Heather Mallinson 
 
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Portrait of William James Wharton
Portrait of William James Wharton
Courtesy of "Embrace" Ancestry Member 
 
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Sarah Brookes (nee Wharton) and Griffin Brookes headstone
Sarah Brookes (nee Wharton) and Griffin Brookes headstone
Picton, New South Wales, Australia 
 
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Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945
Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945
Photograph kindly provided by Heather Mallinson. Photo was taken by Bartlett Bros in Bendigo (Australia) around the time Thomas would have been editor for the local Bendigo newspaper. 
 
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Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945
Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945
Photograph kindly provided by HHeather Mallinson. Thomas L Wharton standing at front of his printing office/shop in North Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia 
 
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Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945 and Mildred Irene Beattie 1864 to 1939
Thomas Llewelyn WHARTON - 1864 to 1945 and Mildred Irene Beattie 1864 to 1939
Photo of Mildred and Thomas during the later years of life when they lived at Black Rock. Both were great gardeners and the block was a large one with a large bungalow and sheds at rear. Their daughter Irene and her husband lived there after her parents death. Photography kindly provided by Heather Mallinson. 
 
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Vera May Martin and Hugh Wharton
Vera May Martin and Hugh Wharton
Picture of Vera and Hugh Wharton at Old Hall Farm in Ingoldisthorpe, Norfolk, UK 
 
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Vera May Martin b1907 Barmer, Norfolk
Vera May Martin b1907 Barmer, Norfolk
Holding her son John 
 
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William Gardner Warton b 1838 in Lambeth FREEDOM papers residence croydon
William Gardner Warton b 1838 in Lambeth FREEDOM papers residence croydon
London, England, Freedom of the City Admission Papers. The three meanings of the word Freeman are: a man who did not have to pay trade taxes and shared in the profits of his borough, a person free of feudal service who had served their apprenticeship and could trade in their own right, and anyone who was a member of a City Guild. "Freedom of the Company" meant that a person had earned freemen status within the company or guild and could then apply for Freedom of the City. The tradition of becoming a Freeman is still practised today and is a point of pride for both men and women though the practical reasons for membership are no longer necessary. 
 
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William Tyndale Warton 2nd Mate Certificate
William Tyndale Warton 2nd Mate Certificate