John William and Emma Beach Falkner Family

John William and Emma Beach Falkner Family (circa 1890s). My great-grandfather, George Ernest Falkner, is back row, far left. John Wlliam Falkner founded a building company, J.W. Falkner and Sons. This photo is from the collection of my second cousin (once-removed), the late Anthony “ Tony” Falkner. #falknerjarrell #jwfalknerandsons #london #familyhistory #genealogy #genealogyphoto #falknergenealogy #englishhistory... Continue Reading →

Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney)

My great-aunt, Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney), as an old woman. Taken at Selly Park in Birmingham, Lancashire, England (1960s). #carneygenealogy #falknerjarrell #carney #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #vintagephotography #lancashire #england #convent #nun #sister #catholicnun #catholic #catholicchurch #convent #birmingham #birminghamuk #stpaulsconvent #sellypark #religious #genealogia #genealogie #genealogist #england #greataunt #sellypark #manhattanbeach #oldwoman #devoutcatholic

8 Little College Street SW1, Westminster, London, UK

Building by J.W. Falkner and Sons, my great-great grandfather’s building company. Architect: Edwin Lutyens (1911). 8 Little College Street SW1, Westminster, London, UK. #thearchitecturaltourist #architecturaltourist #falknerjarrell #falknergenealogy #jwfalknerandsons #jwfalkner #westminster #edwinlutyens #lutyens #familyhistory #genealogy #edwardianarchitecture #architecture #architecturephotography #architec #architechture #architectures #architecture_hunter #architecture_lovers #travelphoto #travelphotography #london #london_city_photo #lovelondon #london🇬🇧 #iglondon #londonarchitecture #londonbuildings #brickbuilding #littlecollegestreet

Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney) Convent

My great-aunt, Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney), was a Catholic nun in Birmingham, England. She sent a photo of the convent, with her sleeping quarters marked, possibly in the 1920s/30s. She completed her service at St Paul’s Convent at Selly Park, Birmingham, Lancashire, England, but I am not sure if this is the same institution.... Continue Reading →

Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney)

Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney), at right, with a colleague who reminds me of “The Flying Nun,” television show, with Sally Field. Aunt Kathleen was a sister to my paternal grandmother, Agnes Carney Falkner. She served at St. Paul’s Convent in Selly Park, Birmingham, UK. #carneygenealogy #falknerjarrell #carney #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #vintagephotography #lancashire #england #convent... Continue Reading →

John Beach (1815-1884) Gravestone

John Beach (1815-1884) Gravestone, Nunhead Cemetery. Linden Grove, London SE15 3LP, UK. He was my 3x great-grandfather and owned a tannery in Southwark, London, UK. #falknerjarrell #london #familyhistory #genealogy #genealogyphoto #englishhistory #cityoflondon #familyphoto #london🇬🇧 #londoncityworld #londonphotography #london #southwark #19thcentury l #ancestors #ancestor #croydon #southlondon #cemetery #nunheadcemetery #nunhead #gravestone #beachgenealogy #beach #tanner #tannery #victorianlondon #lindengrove

St. Paul’s Convent. Selly Park, Birmingham, Lancashire, UK

St. Paul’s Convent. Selly Park, Birmingham, Lancashire, UK. This was the residence of my great-aunt, Sister St. Edmund (Kathleen Carney), who celebrated the golden jubilee of her religious profession in 1965. #carneygenealogy #falknerjarrell #carney #familyhistory #genealogy #familyphotos #vintagephotography #lancashire #england #convent #nun #sister #catholicnun #catholic #catholicchurch #convent #birmingham #birminghamuk #stpaulsconvent #sellypark #religious #genealogia #genealogie #genealogist... Continue Reading →

Elizabeth Mitchell Falkner (1808-1882)

Elizabeth Mitchell Falkner (1808-1882), my paternal great-great-great grandmother. She was married to William, a builder, decorator, and mortician. Their son, John William, continued the business and built it into J.W. Falkner and Sons, builders located in Southwark, London. #falknerjarrell #jwfalknerandsons #architecture #oldbuilding #london #familyhistory #genealogy #genealogyphoto #falknergenealogy #englishhistory #cityoflondon #oldphoto #oldphotos #london🇬🇧 #londoncityworld #londonphotography #londonarchitecture... Continue Reading →

“Clovelly” Gardens – John William Falkner House

The back garden of “Clovelly.” This was the last home of my great-great grandparents, John William and Emma Beach Falkner, at 12 Buckleigh Rd, Streatham Common, England, UK. John founded J.W. Falkner and Sons, builders in 19th and 20th Century London. They were the parents of George Ernest Falkner, Sr. #falknergenealogy #falknerjarrell #familyhistory #familypictures #genealogy... Continue Reading →

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