Andrew Shepherd replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
"Dear Ian, Hugh Owen 1784-1860 was a soldier in the Anglo-Portuguese army. He had a son, Hugh Owen, 1825-91 who served with the Portuguese army. But no connection with Hugh Owen the photographer from…"
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Ian Sumner replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
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Edward McCann commented on Edward McCann's blog post Exhibition of G W Wilson carte-de-visite views, 1862-1900.
"Follow-up; In nine years of collecting Mr. Wilson's, I have acquired two 'Album' cards.Note, one has the 'registered' notation added shortly after the copyright law of…"
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Paul Godfrey commented on Edward McCann's blog post Exhibition of G W Wilson carte-de-visite views, 1862-1900.
"In the Yarmouth Independent of 22nd August 1863, the Great Yarmouth letterpress printer and stationer George Nall advertised his “NALL’S SERIES OF Stereoscopic Views of Yarmouth, 46…"
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Michael Pritchard posted blog posts
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Andrew Shepherd replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
"Thanks, Richard. I have edited the Wikipedia article on Owen to insert the date of the Inauguration Meeting of the Society, which he attended and have also edited the article on Joseph James…"
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Alex Novak replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
"Thank you, Andrew, for that first and interesting reference. Wikipedia I give less credence to, considering it is riddled with major mistakes in photographer biographies and other areas, and their…"
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Alex Novak replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
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Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Manuel Magalhaes's discussion HUGH OWEN
"Here's a few references to a Hugh Owen of Bristol. They are in the link with the sources included. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ktu2i3jd7pr9jr/AAD9tQrJFcxUUxB5Gh00yuDia?dl=0 --Dick Sullivan"
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