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  1. S

    This is a really interesting watermeadow, I will browse through some others now

  2. Lucy Cherry-Smith

    This article is an extremely useful potted history of the work and lives of my grandfather Arthur and his brothers Edward and Frank Cherry. In particular I am delighted to see that my great Aunt Ivy features in your article. Arthur died before I was born but I knew Ivy.
    I have sent your article to my cousin in Australia as he has a part to play in this saga since, as a toddler he lived with Arthur and his wife Margaret during the 2nd world war so he remembers his grandparents Arthur & Margaret.
    Thanking you!
    Lucy Cherry-Smith

    • W355eX_ar7

      I have always admired the detailed graphic work of the Cherry brothers and as a historian I have enjoyed delving further into their background. Thank you Lucy – it is lovely to hear from a family descendant – it helps bring the artists and their work alive. NP

    • Laurel Hayes

      I’ve been doing my family genealogy and believe that Frank was my great great grandfather. Frank Sr, and his son Frank Jr came to the US in 1910 via the SS Haverford with a home address of Chequers street St Albans according to the manifest. Frank Jr later married Marie Collins and had one son Edmund who was my grandfather. I found this article extremely enlightening and hope to be able to find more about this branch of my family tree. Up to this point it had been a bit of a mystery.

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