The Constables of Brighton and Reigate: William - the Photographer, Clair - the Town Clerk by Claire Constable

The Constables of Brighton and Reigate: William - the Photographer, Clair - the Town Clerk by Claire Constable

"Synopsis This work presents a detailed picture of middle-class family life in mid-Victorian England, which is full of charm and wit and is almost without parallel. Claire Constable's happy discovery of the vast Constable family archive of letters and personal journals has allowed her to share this remarkable story of one of photography's pioneers. In the current digital age, when pictures are instant and disposable, it is hard to imagine the excitement that greeted the opening of William Constable's Photographic Institution in Brighton in 1841. However, the excitement was such that even Prince Albert and his brothers came to have their portraits made. Before ta...

The Constables of Brighton and Reigate: William - the Photographer, Clair - the Town Clerk by Claire Constable

"Synopsis This work presents a detailed picture of middle-class family life in mid-Victorian England, which is full of charm and wit and is almost without parallel. Claire Constable's happy discovery of the vast Constable family archive of letters and personal journals has allowed her to share this remarkable story of one of photography's pioneers. In the current digital age, when pictures are instant and disposable, it is hard to imagine the excitement that greeted the opening of William Constable's Photographic Institution in Brighton in 1841. However, the excitement was such that even Prince Albert and his brothers came to have their portraits made. Before taking up photography, William Constable's life had been far from dull. In 1806, William, his brother Daniel and their dog Frank went to A...

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Consequently in 1696 during the reign of william iii the first turnpike act was passed and was for the repair of the highway between reigate in surrey and crawley in sussex the act made provision to erect turnpikes and appoint toll collectors also to appoint surveyors who were authorised by order of the justices to borrow money at 5 per cent on security of the tolls. Westminster bank guild lectures 1928 55 leaflets n d staff association booklets including constitutions n d poster 1941 statement of accounts 1942 history of guild c 1942 rules and related papers of sickness and accident fund 1943. 1872 81 1872 4 april go 237 foot and mouth outbreak 81 1872 16 october go 245 constables were no longer to be referred to as first class second class constables etc but constables receiving the first rate of pay and so on note political correctness creeping in 82 1873 13 february go 256 within this order the chief constable refers to the surrey county constabulary 83.

The constables of brighton and reigate also details william s nephew clair james grece who was also a pioneer but in the field of local democracy clair became the first town clerk of reigate in surrey in 1841 a post he was to hold for more than forty years. 3 jobs in met police uk programme manager london negotiable full time met police uk job posted posted 1 week ago. Batchellor henry william henry batchellor was born in danehill fletching sussex about 1835 owned the old mill house from 1859 where the family ran a grocery business by 1871 henry had his grocery business in station road then by 1881 he had retired to frenches in redhill but in 1891 he moved back to horley to live with his son william.