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    Dr Frederick Gordon Brown conducting a medical on a new recruit.*

    He was identified on this photograph from his official portrait taken around 1909, which features in my book, and is the first confirmed photgraph of him.

    Monty
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    Fantastic find , Neil
    Good to see the man at last

    This week I have seen photos of Charles Cross and Dr Gordon Brown
    Happy days !!

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    • #3
      It was already out there Jon, I just identified him from the official portrait, which is shown for the first time in my book.

      Monty

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      • #4
        Great stuff, Monty!

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        • #5
          To be honest, this photo featured in my article in the last Rip

          Monty

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Monty View Post
            To be honest, this photo featured in my article in the last Rip

            Monty
            I`m banned from having an email address so I could not receive the RIP in question. I did hear about it though.
            Still ...nice one mate

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Jon Simons View Post
              I`m banned from having an email address so I could not receive the RIP in question. I did hear about it though.
              Still ...nice one mate
              Who could ban you from having an e-mail addy?

              It is indeed a great photo, Monty. We get to see inside his exam room. Action shots are more interesting than official portraits any day.

              Yours truly,

              Tom Wescott

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              • #8
                The other one is slightly better Tom.

                As I said, its in the book...which you haven't got yet ;-)

                Monty

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                • #9
                  thanks

                  Hello Neil. Thanks for posting it here.

                  Cheers.
                  LC

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                  • #10
                    Jon:
                    Do you need the latest issue of the Rip ?
                    I'll be glad to send it. Just tell me where.
                    To Join JTR Forums :
                    Contact Howard@jtrforums.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Tom_Wescott View Post
                      Who could ban you from having an e-mail addy?
                      Dr Hilling, Tom.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Howard Brown View Post
                        Jon:
                        Do you need the latest issue of the Rip ?
                        I'll be glad to send it. Just tell me where.
                        I don`t have an email address, How. Many thanks for the offer, but I will enjoy the catching up on Rips.

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                        • #13
                          Emily Brown, wife of Dr Frederick Gordon Brown.

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                          A carte de visite of Emily Brown, nee Appleford (1846-1905), wife of Dr Frederick Gordon Brown. Taken by Turner and Everitt, 17 Upper Street, Islington N. and Cheapside, City, E.C.

                          Four years ago I purchased an old photograph album (from a reputed dealer living in the Isle of Wight) which contains thirty six carte de visite photos of people related to the Appleford and Gardner families of Essex and London, all of who are related in one way or another to Dr Frederick Gordon Brown. The album also contains a photo of Dr Frederick Gordon Brown's brother in law and live in (17 Finsbury Circus, 1888) business partner, Dr Stephen Herbert Appleford (1852-1940). Dr Appleford was present at the Pinchin Street torso post mortem in 1889. The album also contains many interesting pencilled annotations which give additional details on the various people included in the album.
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