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Same lady?

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devonliz
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Same lady?

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In the same desk drawer as the previous two photos was this smashed-up lady. I think she must have been in a similar portable frame as the others, but has been prised out and was then insufficiently protected by the backing paper, hence the glass print and the picture glass have both been broken.
My question is, could this be the same lady, say 20 years later, as the lady in the previous photo?
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Mick Loney
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Could you add both photos to same post please? Hard to compare when not being able to see tham side by side. Not easy to compare when jumping from one post to another.
Ta!

devonliz
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I'm afraid I can't figure out how to compress the originals and then post them together without a lot of white space around each.
I have got them together on a Word doc but that does not seem to be allowed as an attachment. I will keep trying.

Mick Loney
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You don’t need to stick them together. You’ve got both images, just attach them both to the same post, and they will both appear when reading the post. We will forgive the white space :D

devonliz
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I have now confirmed that the lady I have in mind was born in 1814-15 and died in 1894 aged 79.
Therefore I may be able to tie a third picture to the first two. See what you think
Her husband died in 1871 aged 73, so the relative ages seem to work out.
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VALLMO9
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I think it's the same lady, but unsure of how many years later the latter photo was taken.

Mick Loney
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I agree with Valmo09, I think all ‘Three’!! Women are the same.

devonliz
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Post by devonliz »

Thank you Mick and Vallm09 - these photos are in a biscuit tin now, but they were inherited in an old desk that had originally belonged to Wilhelmina's family. She does appear to be a very pleasant person.

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