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John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
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John Lemmon Russell is a distant relative of mine and  I am researching his life and career. I have been told by a very knowledgeable researcher that something purporting to be JL Lemmon's personal…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Richard Sullivan HonFRPS Feb 4.

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Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
Feb 4
Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"It seems most everything is under Russell and Sons. I was able to get more hits without the stupid Son's with apostrophe and using a proximity search of "Russell" within 6 words of "Sons. " Eliminating And "&"…"
Feb 4
Peter Brunning replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"Thank you very much for this. The material is very interesting. The place name is "Worthing", which is on the South Coast of England. George Fielder is a known employee of the Russell family. It is a pity that the article does not make…"
Jan 31
Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"From what I can determine James is the father and John is one of the sons, thus Russell and Sons will provide some information. This extract from 1879, Pritchard's Studios of Europe is about Russell and Sons in Worthington, a short hop from…"
Jan 31
Peter Brunning replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"Hello Dick Thank you for this. Lord John Russell was a different person, who was a British prime minister. John Lemmon Russell, who was not a prime minister,  did have a photographic studio in Tuffnel Park North London. He took a lot of…"
Jan 30
Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"There are 5 references to a John Russell within 6 words of "Tuffnel." Note that there is twop "f's here and one in the rps fellowship registry. It is however on journal I do not have"
Jan 30
Richard Sullivan HonFRPS replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"There is a Lord John Russell lurking about in the mid-19th century. One mention is included in this dissertation. FRAMES BEHIND THE THRONE:CONTEXTUALIZING THE CALOTYPE ALBUMS OF PRINCE ALBERT 1850-1859BySherri Sorensen-ClemB.F.A., Printmaking and…"
Jan 30
Michael Pritchard replied to Peter Brunning's discussion John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)
"He was elected to membership of the Photographic Society (later, Royal Photographic Society) in 1881: http://rpsmembers.dmu.ac.uk/rps_results.php?mid=1094"
Jan 7
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John Lemmon Russell (1846 - 1915)

John Lemmon Russell is a distant relative of mine and  I am researching his life and career. I have been told by a very knowledgeable researcher that something purporting to be JL Lemmon's personal photograph album was sold on ebay (I don't know exactly when).I was wondering if anyone in the group knew of the whereabouts of any personal photographs of JL or of his family (including of course his father James Russell).RegardsPeterSee More
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