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Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907):

His album of portrait photographs.

Leopold's album was presumably assembled in the late 1880s.  It contains portrait photographs of his family, friends, work colleagues and people that he met.

In most cases he has written the name of each person at the bottom of the image.

These images are mostly of the standard carte de viste size which is approx 54.0 mm (2.125 in) × 89 mm (3.5 in) mounted on a card sized 64 mm (2.5 in) × 100 mm (4 in).  These were very popular from the 1860s and were often swapped like visitor cards.

In the 1870s a larger version became popular and this was 110 mm (4.5 in) by 170 mm (6.5 in).

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Photograph album of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.  Although the spine has disintergrated the album itself appears to be complete.  Some of the pages just have one photograph but most have four photographs all of the uniform carte de viste size.

This is the first page and displays one of the large size photos.

This is the second page and shows an image of Queen Victoria in the large size.

Page 3.  Image I assume of the Princess of Wales with her children.

Page 4 showing images of the Royal family.  This page layout with four photographs per page is the standard layout for most of the album.

Page 5 showing images of the Royal family.  Standard layout with four photographs per page.

Image of a Cathedral. Presumably St Stephen's Cathedral in Vienna.

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Queen Victoria.

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Royal family.

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The Emperess Eugenie, presented to Adm Sir Leopold George Heath at Suez, 1969.

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The Prince Imperial 1879.

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Duke of Edinburgh presented to Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) by HRH at Trincomalea [Ceylon, Sri Lanka].

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The Dutchess of Edinburgh.

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The Prince Consort.

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The Crown Prince.

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The Prince of Wales.

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The Princess of Wales

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An excert from the Times.  Friday 18 August 1893.  Marriage of Leopold's son Gerard Heath to Mary daughter of Philip Henry Egerton.

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Mary Emma Lady Heath [Mary Emma Marsh, 1826-1902] wife of Adm Sir L G Heath.

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Arthur Raymond Heath [1854-1943].

Image probably dates to around 1867.

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Marion Emma Heath, 1856-1949.  

Photograph taken around 1864.

Marion later married:

1st Maj Alfred Fox Cotton (1850-1889) (1850-1889).
2nd Maj Richard Martin Crofton RHA (1854-1899).

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 Maj Gen Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945).

Photograph taken around 1862.

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Admiral Sir Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954).

Photograph taken in 1865.

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Ada Randolf Heath (1860-1957) who later married HJT Broadwood (1856-1911).

Photograph taken in 1864.

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Admiral Sir Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954) who later married Elizabeth Catherine Simson.
Major-General Sir Gerard Moore Heath (1863-1929) who later married Mary Egerton.

Gerard was born 7 June 1863.
The photograph was probably taken around 1866.

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Probably Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945).

Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943) who later married Flora Jean Baxter. 

Arthur was the eldest son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949) who married 1st Alfred Fox Cotton, 2nd Richard Martin Crofton. 

Marion was the eldest daughter of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945) who later married Constance Mary Helsham Helsham-Jones (1869-1957). 

Frederick was the second son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Cuthbert Eden Heath (1859-1939) who later married Sarah Caroline Gore Gambier (1859-1944). 

Cuthbert was the third son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Ada Randolf Heath (1860-1957) who later married HJT Broadwood (1856-1911).   Ada was the second daughter of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954) who later married Elizabeth Catherine Simson. 

Herbert was the forth son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945) as a cadet at the Royal Military College.

Frederick was the second son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Miss Rosamond Jane Marsh-Caldwell (1823-1911).  Sister of Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Miss Eliza Louisa Marsh-Caldwell (1818-1913).  Sister of Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Miss Georgina Amelia Marsh-Caldwell (1820-1900).  Sister of Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943) who later married Flora Jean Baxter.  Arthur was the eldest son of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Wasp the dog. Possibly owned by Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945)

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Midshipman Duke Arthur Crofton RN (1850-1917) who later married Augusta Maude Lefroy (1854-1938). Nephew of Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Amelia Alicia Anne Isaac (nee Crofton, 1849-19??) who married John Swinton Isaac.  Niece of Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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William Godfrey Whatman (1819-1876) who married Emma Jane Heath (1821-1884). Brother-in-law of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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 Francis Fuller (1850-1936)who married George Dunbar Whatman (1846-1923).  George was a nephew of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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George Dunbar Whatman (1846-1923) who married Francis Fuller (1850-1936). Nephew of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Anne Whatman (1847-1870) daughter of Emma Jane Whatman (nee Heath, 1821-1884) and William Godfrey Whatman (1819-1876).  Niece of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Margaret Eleanor Malden (nee Whatman, 1852-1919) who married Henry Malden (1849-1931).  Niece of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Emma Louisa Forbes (nee Whatman, 1854-1945) who married Rev John Gregory Forbes (1848-1917).  Niece of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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William Douglas Whatman (1860-1929) who later married Anna Buxton (1868-1934). 
William was the son of Emma Jane Whatman (nee Heath) (1821-1884), who married William Godfrey Whatman (1819-1876). 
William was the nephew of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Ann Raymond Heath (nee Dunbar,1787-1842).
Mother of Adm Sir Leopold Geroge Heath.

This drawing is probably 1816.

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George Heath (1779-1852).

Father of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Rev John Moore Heath (1808-1882) who married Marianne Harman (1816-1888).

John was the brother of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Douglas Denon Heath (1811-1897).  Brother of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Rev John Moore Heath (1808-1882) who married Marianne Harman (1816-1888).

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Assumed to be Marie Henriette of Austria (Marie Henriette Anne; 1836 – 1902), Queen of the Belgians as the wife of King Leopold II.

In 1876, Adm Sir Leopold Heath was made a member of the Royal Commission on fugitive slaves, and in the same year, he attended at the invitation of the King of the Belgians, a conference at Brussels.

King Leopold II (1835 – 1909) was the second King of the Belgians from 1865 to 1909.

In 1876, Adm Sir Leopold Heath was made a member of the Royal Commission on fugitive slaves, and in the same year, he attended at the invitation of the King of the Belgians, a conference at Brussels.

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J D H Browne Esq. Presumably a friend of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath. Photograph taken around 1860.

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Edmund Gustavus, 6th Prince Batthyany-Strattmann (1826 – 1914), usually known in English as Count Batthyany, was a Hungarian prince, landowner, and yachtsman, a notable figure in Europe and the United States.  At some point he presumably met Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Vice-Admiral Philip Howard Colomb, RN (1831-1899) was a Royal Navy officer, historian, critic and inventor.  He was a colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.  From 1868 to 1870 he commanded HMS Dryad off the East Coast of Africa and the Persian Gulf where he was engaged in the suppression of the slave trade, particularly around Zanzibar and Oman. His book 'Slave-catching in the Indian Ocean: A record of naval experiences' was published in 1873. His medals were sold by Noonans Auctioneers 5 April 2006. India General Service 1854-95, 1 clasp, Pegu; Arctic 1818-55 (P. H. Colomb, Mate, H.M.S Phoenix), Baltic 1854-55 (Lieut. Colomb, H.M.S. Hastings), and an Institute of Naval Architect's prize medal.

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Admiral Sir Henry Frederick Nicholson KCB (1835–1914). Henry was a Lieutenant in HMS Cambridge from 1859 to 1864.  This was an old ship that was used as a Gunnery Training Ship at Plymouth.  Adm Sir Leopold George Heath was the Captain of HMS Cambridge from 1862 to 1863.

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Field Marshal Robert Cornelis Napier, 1st Baron Napier of Magdala GCB GCSI FRS (1810 –1890).  Robert led the Abyssinian expedition of 1868 against Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia.  Adm Sir Leopold George Heath commanded the naval side of the campaign.

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Admiral Sir Charles Eden, KCB (1808-1878) was a Royal Navy officer who went on to be Second Naval Lord. He was in command of HMS London in 1853 and saw action in the bombardment of Sevastopol during the Crimean War.  Adm Sir Leopold George Heath also took part in the Crimean War.

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Rear-Admiral William Charles Chamberlain (1818-1878) was a rear admiral in the Royal Navy.  He was the same age as Adm Sir Leopold George Heath and it is possible that they met early on and did their initial training together.

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Admiral Sir George Ommanney Willes GCB (1823-1901) was a Royal Navy officer who fought in the Crimean War.  He was a colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Maj Gen Richard Henry Crofton RA (1818-1897) was married to Frances Mary Marsh (1819-1906) who was the sister of Lady Mary Emma Heath (1826-1902).

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Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943) who married Flora Jean Baxter

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Frances Mary Crofton (nee Marsh, 1819-1906) who was the sister of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).

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Maj Gen Richard Henry Crofton RA (1818-1897) who was the brother in law of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902)

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Mary Littledale Greenwood (18??-1913).  She lived at a house called Redlands in Holmwood and was a neighbour of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.  She married Major Rohde Hawkins (1821-1888) in 1853 and after the death of her husband she married Col Henry Helsham Helsham-Jones RE (1838-1920).  She was also known to Anne Marsh Caldwell (1791-1874) as Mary's brother John had been a friend of Martin William James Marsh (1825-1846).

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Major Rohde Hawkins (1821-1888) and his wife Mary Littledale Greenwood (18??-1913) lived in Holmwood and were neighbours of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath

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Amelia Alicia Anne Isaac (nee Crofton, 1849-19??) was married John Swinton Isaac.  Amelia's mother Frances Mary Crofton (nee Marsh, 1819-1906) was a sister of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).  

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John Swinton Isaac (18??-1888) of Boughton Park, Worcester, eldest son of John Whitmore Isaac.  He married Amelia Alicia Anne Crofton (1849-19??).  Amelia was a niece of Lady Mary Emma Heath (1826-1902)

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Francis Whatman nee Fuller (1850-1936) who married George Dunbar Whatman (1846-1923).  Francis' husband George was the son of Emma Jane Whatman nee Heath (1821-1884).  Emma was the sister of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).  In other words George was the nephew of Leopold.

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Mrs Bogle.  Connected to Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) but the details of the connection are not known.

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Lady Louisa Hall. Connected to Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) but the details of the connection are not known.  Possibly related to Captain Basil Sidmouth De Ros Hall RN (1833-1871).

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Lady Loring.  Probably Frances Louisa Adams who was the wife of Adm Sir William Loring (1811-1895).  They married in 1865. Presumably she was related to the family of Hannah-Adelaide Loring (nee Marsh, 1828-1859).  Hannah was the sister of Lady Mary Emma Lady Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).

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This picture is labled Ada R Heath which would be Ada Randolf Broadwood.  Clearly the lable has got mixed up as this photo is probably her brother Gerard Moore Heath (1863-1929)

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Miss Heath which would be either Marion Emma Heath Crofton (1856-1949) or Ada Randolf Broadwood (1860-1957).

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Miss Marianne Heath which would be Marion Emma Heath Heath (1856-1949)

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Miss George Petre.  Presumably friends of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath KCB RN and Mary Emma Lady Heath.

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Catherine Elizabeth Lady Stewart, Catherine Elizabeth Coote (1829–1867), only daughter of Eyre Coote (1806–1834) of West Park, Hampshire.  She was the first wife of Admiral Sir William Houston Stewart, GCB (1822-1901) who was a colleague of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath.

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Admiral Sir William Houston Stewart, GCB (1822-1901) was a colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907). They both fought in the Crimean Wa.

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Adm George Lydiard Sulivan (1832-1904).  Commander of HMS Daphne in 1869 while suppressing slavery on the East Coast of Africa.  Colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).  George wrote a book 'Dhow Chasing in Zanzibar Waters and on the Eastern Coast of Africa'.

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Sir Arthur Henry Freeling RE, 5th Baronet (1820-1885).  Presumably a colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).  Arthur spent some in Australia but retired back to England in 1861, possibly living in Sussex.  His wife was Charlotte Augusta, daughter of Sir Henry Rivers.

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Captain Basil Sidmouth De Ros Hall RN (1833-1871) and his wife Grace Reid.  In 1869 Basil was captain of HMS Octavia and he worked with Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) while they were suppressing slavery on the East Coast of Africa.

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General Sir Martin Andrew Dillon GCB CSI (1826-1913) was military secretary to Major-General Sir Robert Napier during the Abyssinian campaign.  Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) led the naval side of the campaign.

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Captain Hugh Campbell RN (1837-1877).  Colleague of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).

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Admiral Sir Astley Cooper Key (1821-1888).  He was the son of Charles Aston Key and Anne Cooper.  Astley and Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) both fought in the Crimean War. 

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Mary Littledale Greenwood (18??-1913).  She lived at a house called Redlands in Holmwood and was a neighbour of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath.  She married Major Rohde Hawkins (1821-1888) in 1853 and after the death of her husband she married Col Henry Helsham Helsham-Jones RE (1838-1920).  She was also known to Anne Marsh Caldwell (1791-1874) as Mary's brother John had been a friend of Martin William James Marsh (1825-1846).

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Mrs Noble.  Presumably a friend of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath and Lady Mary Emma Heath.

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Miss Evelyn Eden.  Presumably related to Admiral Sir Charles Eden, KCB (1808-1878) but notes on the internet say that Charles had two wives but no children.

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Sir James Brooke, Rajah of Sarawak KCB (1803-1868).  Lt Leopold Heath and James worked together in Labaun (Borneo) in the late 1840s.

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Mrs H L Loring was probably a relative of Rev Edward Henry Loring MA (1823-1879).  Edward's first wife was Hannah-Adelaide Loring (1828-1859), the sister of Lady Mary Emma Heath (1826-1902).

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Vice Adm Joseph Denman (1810-1874) was ten years younger than Admiral Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).  It is unclear as to whether they ever sailed together but they were both actively involved in the suppression of slavery.

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Vice-Admiral Sir Richard Saunders Dundas, KCB (1802-1861).  Richard would have met Leopold in 1831 on HMS Melville, Flagship of the East Indies Station.  They would have also worked with each other in the Crimean War.

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Infant unnamed.

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Admiral William Henry Maxwell (1840-1920).  During 1868 and 1869 William was on board HMS Octavia and HMS Dryad where he would have been part of Leopold's squadron suppressing slavery and then participating in the Abyssinian Expedition.

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Lt Henry Walker RN worked under Philip Howard Colomb, RN (1831-1899) and Leopold George Heath off the East Coast of Africa and the Persian Gulf where they were engaged in the suppression of the slave trade, particularly around Zanzibar and Oman.

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John Loring (1854-19??) son of Hannah-Adelaide Loring (nee Marsh, 1828-1859).  Nephew of Lady Mary Emma Heath (1826-1902).  Photograph taken in 1882.

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Lt Reed RN.  Presumably a colleague of Admiral Sir Leopold George Heath.

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Arthur Henry Loring (1855-1931) who married Norah Helen Watson (?-1945).  Arthur was son of Hannah-Adelaide Loring (nee Marsh, 1828-1859) and nephew of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).  Photograph taken in October 1873.

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Norah Helen Watson (?-1945).  Wife of Arthur Henry Loring (1855-1931).

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John Greenwood.  Brother of Mary Littledale Greenwood (18??-1913) who became Mrs Rohde Hawkins and then Mrs Henry Helsham-Jones.

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Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943), eldest son of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath and Mary Emma Lady Heath.  Picture taken in Brighton which is where he went to school.

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Flora Jean Baxter who married Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943).

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Young child unnamed.

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Lady Pasley. Jane Matilda Lily Wynyard. Wife of Admiral Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, 2nd Baronet, KCB (1804-1884).

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Admiral Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, 2nd Baronet, KCB (1804-1884) who married Jane Matilda Lily Wynyard. Colleague of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath.

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Charles B Macpherson.  Presumably a friend of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath.  

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Mrs C B Macpherson.  Wife of Charles Macpherson.  Presumably both friends of Admiral Sir Leopold Heath.

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Samuel Wilberforce, FRS (1805-1873) was Archdeacon of Surrey and Bishop of Winchester.  He was the third son of William Wilberforce the anti-slavery campaigner.  In 1828 Samuel married Emily Sargent, daughter of the rector of East Lavington, West Sussex.

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This is a memorial dated 19 July 1873 which was the day that Samuel Wilberforce died from a riding accident, near Abinger, Surrey. His family erected a granite memorial on the spot where he fell.  He was buried at East Lavington with his wife and her sister, the wife of Manning.

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Leila Wickham.  Photograph taken in 1872.

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Young child.  Not named.  Picture taken in Dorking.

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Unnamed but probably Leopold's son Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954)

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H Reynolds Jolly

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Daisy Elliot

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Sir William Robert Seymour Vesey-FitzGerald (1818-1885) was the Member of Parliament for Horsham.  He was Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and was Governor of Bombay from 1867 to 1872.  He married Maria Seymour, daughter of Edward Seymour, in 1840 and had a son and daughter.

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General Sir John Henry Lefroy (1817-1890) was an English military officer and later colonial administrator.  He also became a Fellow of the Royal Society for his work measuring magnetism.  He married Emily Mary, daughter of Sir John Robinson.  She died in 1859 and in 1860 he married Charlotte Anna née Dundas (widow of Col. Armine Mountain).

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Admiral Herbert Philip de Kantzow RN (1829-1915).  Photograph taken in Bombay, India, 1 April 1869.

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Lieutenant Hallifax RN.  Photograph taken in India.

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Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Hope, GCB (1808-1881) fought in the Crimean War where he would have met Leopold George Heath. In 1838 James married Frederica Kinnaird but she died in 1856. In 1877 William married Elizabeth Reid Cotton, daughter of General Sir Arthur Cotton. Elizabeth’s brother Maj Alfred Fox Cotton (1850-1889) married Leopold’s daughter Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949).

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Elizabeth Reid Cotton (1842-1922) was daughter of General Sir Arthur Cotton.  She moved to Dorking in 1869.   In 1877 she married Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Hope, GCB (1808-1881).  In 1881 Elizabeth’s brother Maj Alfred Fox Cotton (1850-1889) married Leopold's daughter Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949).  In 1893 Elizabeth married Thomas Anthony Denny.

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Maj Alfred Fox Cotton (1850-1889) who in 1881 married Leopold's daughter Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949).

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Maj Richard Martin Crofton RHA (1854-1899). who married Leopold's daughter Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949) in 1893.  Richard was the son of Frances Mary Crofton (nee Marsh, 1819-1906).  Richard was the nephew of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).

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Nele Loring (1857-1931) who married Mable Alice Isaac, daughter of Swinton Isacc and Elizabeth Ann Isaac.  Nele's mother was Hannah-Adelaide Loring (nee Marsh, 1828-1859).  Nele was the nephew of Lady Mary Emma Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902).

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Bertram Henry Buxton (1852-1934) was the son of Emily Mary Buxton nee Holland (1824-1908) who was the daughter of Margaret Emma Holland nee Caldwell (1792-1830) who was the daughter of James Caldwell (1759-1838).

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Gerald Fitzgerald

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James Park Harrison (1817-1901) was an architect.  He married Leopold's sister Julia Anna Harrison (nee Heath) (1807-1879).

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Leopold's sister Julia Anna Harrison nee Heath (1807-1879) who married James Park Harrison (1817-1901).

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Maj Gen Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945) who inherited the Linley Wood Estate.  He married Constance Mary Helsham Helsham-Jones (1869-1957).  Photo taken in April 1877 when he would have been 19 years old.

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Probably either Elizabeth Mary Roscoe (1856-1936) or Margaret Henrietta New nee Roscoe (1858-1919) who were the daughters of William Caldwell Roscoe (1823-1859) and Emily Sophia Malin.  William was the son of Willam Stanley Roscoe (1782-1843) and Hannah Eliza Roscoe (nee Caldwell, 1785-1854).  Hannah was the sister of Anne Marsh Caldwell (1791-1874).  Anne was the mother of Mary Emma Lady Heath (1826-1902).

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Leopold's brother Rev Dunbar Isidore Heath (1816-1888).

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Rev Edward Henry Loring (1823?-1879) who married Hannah-Adelaide Loring nee Marsh (1828-1859).  Hannah was the sister of Mary Emma Lady Heath  (1826-1902).

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Maj Gen Richard Henry Crofton RA (1818-1897) who married Frances Mary Crofton (nee Marsh, 1819-1906).  Frances was the sister of Mary Emma Lady Heath (1826-1902).

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Sir Seymour Fitzgerald and others India.  The Governor and staff.

Sir William Robert Seymour Vesey-FitzGerald (1818-1885) was the Member of Parliament for Horsham.  He was Under-Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and was Governor of Bombay from 1867 to 1872.  He married Maria Seymour, daughter of Edward Seymour, in 1840 and had a son and daughter.

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Abdulaziz (1830-1876) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1861 to 1876.  Leopold presumably met the Sultan during the Crimean War 1853-1856.  The Sultan's father Sultan Abdulmejid I (1823-1861)awarded Leopold the Order of the Medjidie, 5th class.

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Sayyid Barghash bin Said al-Busaidi (1836-1888) was the son of Said bin Sultan.  He was an Omani and was the second Sultan of Zanzibar. He ruled Zanzibar from 1870-1888.  He probably met Leopold in 1869 when the Royal Navy were suppressing the slave trade.  They kept in touch and met later in the 1880s when the Sultan visited Leopold and gave him seven Omani khanjars (daggers) for his seven children.

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Shar of Persia.  Naser al-Din Shah Qajar (1831-1896) was the fourth Shah of Qajar Iran from 1848 to 1896

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Young child.  Not named.

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William I or Wilhelm I (Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig, 1797-1888) was King of Prussia from 1861 and German Emperor from 1871 until 1888.

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Napoleon III (Charles-Louis Napoléon Bonaparte, 1808-1873) was the first president of France from 1848 to 1852, and the last monarch of France from 1852 to 1870.

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Comte de Bismark.  Otto, Prince of Bismarck, Count of Bismarck-Schönhausen, Duke of Lauenburg (1815-1898) was a Prussian and later German statesman and diplomat. He was the French ambassador in 1862 and later became German Chancellor.

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Possibly a German general?

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Assumed to be Leopold's son Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943) who married Flora Jean Baxter.

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Assumed to be Leopold's daughter-in-law Flora Jean Baxter who married Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943).

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Lady unnamed.

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Young child unnamed.

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Naval cadet Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954)

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Mary Emma Lady Heath (1826-1902).  This photograph was used when her portrait was painted by Julian C Brewer.

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F C Heath Gentleman Cadet at Woolwich.
Maj Gen Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945)

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Maj Henry Caldwell Crofton RHA (1856-1947) who married Helen Rose Ann Millman.  He was the son of Francis Mary Crofton (nee Marsh, 1819-1906) and the nephew of Mary Emma Lady Heath  (nee Marsh, 1826-1902)

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Young infant unnamed.

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Young lady unnamed.

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Emily Baxter.  May have been a sister of Flora Jean Baxter who married Arthur Raymond Heath (1854-1943).

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Unknown.  Possibly Herbert Leopold Heath (1861-1954).

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Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (Arthur William Patrick Albert; 1850-1942), was the third son of Queen Victoria.  In 1866 he went to the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and was later commissioned as a lieutenant in the Royal Engineers in 1868 followed by the Royal Artillery and the Rifle Brigade.  He served in South Africa, Canada in 1869, Ireland, Egypt in 1882, and in India from 1886 to 1890.

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Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia (Louise Margaret Alexandra Victoria Agnes; 1860-1917).  Wife of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn (Arthur William Patrick Albert; 1850-1942).

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Lady Frances Churchill and Lord Sunderland.

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June 1881 note in the Times regarding the marriage of Marion Emma Heath (1856-1949) and Maj Alfred Fox Cotton (1850-1889).

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Lady Lillian Churchill.  

Could this be: Lily Spencer-Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (née Lilian Warren Price) (1854-1909) was an American heiress.  Her father was Commodore Cicero Price (1805–1888), an officer in the United States Navy who was Commander of the East India Squadron.  Lily married Louis Carré Hamersley, a millionaire heir to a real estate fortune in New York City, who died in 1883.  Her second husband was George Charles Spencer-Churchill, 8th Duke of Marlborough (1844–1892).

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Unnamed lady.

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Commander Matthew James Harrison RN (1846?-1926) who married Lucy Wedgwood (1846-1919).  Matthew was the son of Julia Harrison (nee Heath, 1807-1879).  Matthew was the nephew of Adm Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907).  Picture taken in Canada.

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Lucy Wedgwood (1846-1919) who married Commander Matthew James Harrison RN (1846?-1926).

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Leopold's son Major-General Sir Gerard Moore Heath (1863-1929) who married Mary Egerton.

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Unnamed lady.

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Leopold's sister Emma Jane Whatman (nee Heath) (1821-1884)

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Leopold's daughter-in-law Constance Mary Helsham Helsham-Jones (1869-1957) who married Maj Gen Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945).

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Leopold's sister-in-law Miss Georgina Amelia Marsh-Caldwell (1820-1900) of Linley Wood.

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Leopold's son Maj Gen Frederick Crofton Heath-Caldwell (1858-1945) who married Constance Mary Helsham Helsham-Jones (1869-1957).  He inherited the Linley Wood estate.

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Linley Wood, Talke, Staffordshire.  The ancestorial home of the Caldwell family from 1789 to 1949.

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A note in the Times newspaper for 30 August 1886 regarding the marriage of Leopolds daughter Ada Randolf Heath (1860-1957) to Henry John Tschudi Broadwood (1856-1911).

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Admiral Lord Frederick Herbert Kerr RN (1818-1896).  Frederick was a similar age to Admiral Sir Leopold George Heath (1817-1907) and presumably their paths crossed as various times in their careers.

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Inscription difficult to read but looks like G R Heath's carriage.

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