Rose and John Prince
14474 Private Charles Albert Prince, Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment), circa 1911
273843 Private Charles Albert Prince, Royal Engineers (Signals) circa 1917.
472816 Rifleman Percy Robert Prince 1/12th London Regiment (Rangers) - here as enlisted in 9th Battalion Middlesex Regiment.
Private Percy Robert Prince in the uniform of the 9th Bn. Middlesex Regiment date unknown (probably circa 1915). Percy killed in action 9th April 1917, Neuville-Vitasse, first day of the Battle of Arras (serving then in 12th Bn. London Regiment (Rangers).
Charles Albert Prince and Lewis James Prince on "Charlie's" allotment, circa 1926 (Lewis aged 2 years).
Florence (Florrie) Prince nee Gear, in her brother Fred's clothes.
Lewis James Prince aged 5 years
Alice Gear, Fred Gear and Florence Prince (sister and brother of Florence).
Charles Albert Prince (rear, second from right), London Auxiliary Fire Service (AFS) 1941/42?
Florence Prince with her mother Flora Gear. Date unknown but Post WWII.
Lewis James Prince (front row, crossed legs, second from left) after call-up in 1943.
Lewis Prince, Reconnaissance Corps, November 1944.
Lance Corporal Lewis Prince, Royal Military Police (location and date unknown but possibly after initial RMP training) centre row, third from the right.
Lance Corporal Lewis Prince, Royal Military Police, circa 1948, Nairobi, Kenya.
Lewis Prince, Nairobi, Kenya, March 1948
David John Prince and Charles Albert Prince 1950.
John Prince and his great-grandson David Prince in 1950.
Posed PR photo BAOR 1956. David,Phyllis, Paul, Michael & Lewis Prince
Corporal Lewis Prince RMP circa 1950 in the garden of his parents home.
Cpl Lewis Prince RMP
Sergeant Lewis Prince, RMP detachment, Osnabruck, Germany, circa 1963 (seated far left).
Sgt. Isaac Horner, Grenadier Guards.
Eleanor Horner (nee Kelsey) circa 1900.
Alice Horner and Fred Horner
Gladys May Horner, aged about 5 years, circa 1910, outside 11 Parmenter Mews, Ockley Road, (off Streatham High Street)London.
473513 Rifleman Frederick Horner, 1/12th London Regiment (Rangers). TF.
Seated left: Eleanor Horner (nee Kelsey). Standing left: Alice Horner. Standing right: Gladys Horner. Seated right: probably "May" referred to in Fred Horner's last letter home and possibly Fred's 'sweetheart'. This group photo is possibly a soldier's keepsake and specially taken before entering the theatre of war.
Eleanor Horner (nee Kelsey). Date unknown - possibly around the turn of the 19th/20th century.
Alice Horner, date unknown but probably around 1914 when she would have been aged 20 years.
Emma Furnell (nee Baker) and Gilbert Furnell circa 1910.
Dorothy May Furnell (later Francis), Emma Furnell (nee Baker), Bertie James Furnell and Gilbert Furnell (circa 1918).
Monksdene Close, Sutton, Surrey
Gladys May Furnell, rear of 18 Monkesdene Gardens.
Gladys May Furnell, rear of 18 Monkesdene Gdns.
Felbridge Close 1965
Bertie and Gladys Furnell
Phyllis, Brian & Peter Furnell, studio portrait circa 1937
Emma Furnell (nee Baker) & Phyllis Furnell (later Prince), Paignton circa 1938.
Brian and Peter (sea Scouts), Phyllis (Sea Rangers).
Brian, Peter, Dorothy, Gladys, Bertie and Walter Frances (Wedding of Dorothy and Walter 1955?)