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EXIT Scrapbook

Scrapbook Page for Charles James Roberts

CJ Roberts

Charles in 1st Battalion of 40th rifles taken April 1872.

~~In 1870 he volunteered for "The Red River Expedition" Canada. To read his personal account of this mission click here<

Charles James Roberts

Portrait of Charles - date unknown.


Newsclip announcing the wedding of Charles & Sarah on 19th September 1892.

Charles & Sarah

Charles James Roberts & Sarah at Stonehenge. Taken 22nd September 1892 on their honeymoon.

Roberts group photo

Left to Right - Florence (Floss), Charles, Jessie, Sarah, Agnes.

Charles James Roberts

Charles in a horse drawn carriage outside his music shop at 78 High Street, Tonbridge, Kent. The shop is now a Building Society.

Charles James Roberts

A later photo of Charles in the doorway of his shop at 78 High Street, Tonbridge, Kent.