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Baston family of Hackney, Shoreditch and Whitechapel, London from 1785, originally from Bampton, Oxfordshire

 

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The News in 1891

oldimprints.com
FASHION
Early in the 1890s, fashion discovers sleeves as a new toy.
Their upper half is puffed, while the lower is tight, or they gradually taper towards the wrist. They've got nice hats too....
victoriancostume.org.uk

FOOTBALL
English Football League
Champions:
Everton
Runner up:
Preston North End
F.A. CUP
Champions:
Blackburn Rovers
Runner up:
Nottingham County

www.innotts.co.uk

CRIME
JACK THE
RIPPER LAST
MURDER

Click on picture to get the full report from the Metropolitan Police.

Jack the ripper
13th February: Frances Coles is found dead under the railway arch, Swallow Gardens, Whitechapel.
FINANCE James Fargo & Marcellus Berry are proud to introduce their new invention - the
American Express Traveller's Cheques

FUTURE
Still 8 years to go before the invention of the paper clip by Johann Vaaler

Biography UK TAXPAYERS MONEY SQUANDERED ON CENSUS AS US SAVES MILLIONS
The US government has saved 5 million dollars for the 1890 census by using Herman Hollerith's new 'punch card' machine. The counting machines were made by the Western Electric Company. Everything was in place by June 1890 and the first data from the census arrived in September of that year. The counting was completed by 12 December 1890 having taken about three months to process instead of the expected time of two years if counting had been done by hand. Canada, Norway and Austria were quick to follow the American example and the machine was used to process their 1891 census. Meanwhile, at home, it's business as usual and it will probably take another 20 years before the system is adopted.

 

"Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay!"
by Henry J. Sayers
"The Pardon Came Too Late"
by Paul Dresser
"The Picture That's Turned To The Wall" by Charles Graham

The Original Creation
"Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay!"
by Henry J. Sayers, as sung by Miss Lottie Collins in "Miss Helyett"


 
 
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  I'm still researching so if you have anything to add or correct then
please email Baston Family Genealogy

Please mention the RIN number attached to a person's name as it is very difficult for me to know for which John, William, Thomas, Edward etc you wish to have more information.

Thank you

 
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