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Janet Braidwood's Family Janet's husband, William Salthouse, and her daughters Janet, on the left, and Lucy, just about to leave with Dolly the pony. Where were they going? The photograph was taken outside the smallholding at Green Lane, Ditton (near Widnes). If the hats were anything to go by, this was am important day. Looking at the next picture, which also shows 

Janet Braidwood is at the centre of this picture. By this time she is Janet Salthouse, married to William Salthouse who is sitting to the left of her. Her children are Lucy Salthouse (standing, left), William Salthouse (sitting, right), Janet Salthouse, the youngest daughter, and Jim (James Thomas) Salthouse, the youngest son, standing at the back. They are all sitting on what appears to be a home made garden swing. 'Janet' was always pronounced 'Jennet'

If this picture was taken in about 1908, then Janet Braidwood/Salthouse would be about 55 years old.

John Braidwood Salthouse, at work at The Mersey Docks & Harbour Board, Liverpool. It looks as if he is an engineer and seems to be in a winding house. In close up, the wheel next to him is carrying a rubber drive belt and there is a chain going from behind the wheel up to the top of the picture. Does anyone recognise the location?


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