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Letter
sent to Harold from his nephew Reginald James Wooster in 1951. He lived at 34 Canning Road, Wealdstone 
 
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Marriage Certificate 
 
3
99th Birthday greeting
99th Birthday greeting
A card sent by Henrietta Elizabeth Sivies (nee Wooster) to her uncle Charles Wooster on his (alleged!) 99th birthday.
This adds more intrigue as to his actual age. 
 
4
Appointment as Postal Clerk in Bath in 1849
Appointment as Postal Clerk in Bath in 1849
William was appointed on the recommendation of Viscount Duncan, MP for Bath.
However, it appears that the other entries on the page were also recommendations by their respective MP's, so it is possible that this was just part of the protocol and maybe William didn't know Viscount Duncan personally.
The stamp over the document saying "minute cancelled" might suggest that this appointment was cancelled. We do know, however, from the 1851 census that William was a post office clerk by 1851. 
 
5
Bertha Mabel Wooster Emigration (1912)
Bertha Mabel Wooster Emigration (1912)
Documents showing Bertha departing from England and arrival in Australia in 1912. Note, just below her on the departure list is her future husband Frederick Deadman. Did they meet on the voyage or were they acquainted beforehand?  
 
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Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths - George Worster (1792)
Coroners' Inquests into Suspicious Deaths - George Worster (1792)
Coroners' inquest into the death of George Worster (child) at or near the Bell Inn, Fleet Street, London 
 
7
Departure Letter
Departure Letter
A letter given to Ernest from his old workmates on the eve of his departure to Australia 
 
8
Ellen Theresa Tanner Lived to 105 Years
Ellen Theresa Tanner Lived to 105 Years
Collection of documents for Ellen Theresa Tanner who lived to 105 years old. Documents are her baptism, marriage, probate and Death Index entry. 
 
9
Funeral Service
Funeral Service
 
 
10
Hammersmith Old Map
Hammersmith Old Map
An old map of Hammersmith showing many streets now lost or renamed 
 
11
Henry Samuel Thomas Wooster Arrival in Canada
Henry Samuel Thomas Wooster Arrival in Canada
Arrival into Quebec, Canada on the "Vancouver" in 1907 
 
12
John Bailey Wooster Birth Entry
John Bailey Wooster Birth Entry
 
 
13
John Bailey Wooster Death Notice
John Bailey Wooster Death Notice
Newspaper report of the death of John Bailey Wooster and the funeral arrangements 
 
14
Joseph Wooster & Margaret Carroll & Family Emigrate to New Zealand (1884)
Joseph Wooster & Margaret Carroll & Family Emigrate to New Zealand (1884)
Assisted Emigration to Marlborough on BRITISH KING 13 Jun 1884
WOOSTER Joseph 27 Middlesex Labourer
Margaret 24
Joseph 3
Rebecca 2
Elizabeth 1
New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Passenger Lists
Event Type Immigration
Event Date 13 Jun 1884
Event Place Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, Hawkes Bay, Westland, Nelson, Marlborough and Taranaki, New Zealand
Gender Female
Nationality Middlesex
Departure Date 1884
Arrival Port Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, Hawkes Bay, Westland, Nelson, Marlborough and Taranaki
Ship Name British King
Arrival Place Auckland, Wellington, Canterbury, Hawkes Bay, Westland, Nelson, Marlborough and Taranaki
Source:
"New Zealand, Archives New Zealand, Passenger Lists, 1839-1973,"
Digital Folder Number 004412610 
 
15
Land Grant for Charles Wooster
Land Grant for Charles Wooster
Land granted to Charles Wooster in New Zealand 
 
16
Letter
Letter
Letter sent to Emily Hey (nee Wooster) in New Zealand from Sister-in-law Eliza Wooster (nee Fox) in Colne in 1915 
 
17
Non-Conformist Birth Register
Non-Conformist Birth Register
Birth entries for three of the children of James Wooster and Sarah Hammond. Joseph Hammond (b. 1826), Lydia and Sophia 
 
18
Prison Record
Prison Record
On 12th October 1853, Maria was sent to Aylesbury prison for one month for indecent behaviour and being a prostitute. On 22nd May 1854 she received another month in prison and by now had added drunkenness and vagrancy to her repertoire. 
 
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Worster Family Emigration (1923)
Worster Family Emigration (1923)
The emigration of Mary Ellen Worster (nee Bailey) and her family from Barnoldswick to Melbourne in 1923.