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21:35, 20 April 2014Flag of Cheshire.png (file)Cottrells23 KB ({{Information |Description=The flag of Cheshire, England. The design is a banner of Arms of the former Cheshire County Council, granted in 1938. The shield displays the trio of golden wheat sheaves on blue which have been associated with the Earl)1
20:20, 20 April 2014Flag of Westmorland.png (file)Cottrells14 KB ({{Information |Description=The flag of Westmorland, England. The Flag consists of a golden heraldic apple tree (for Appleby) on white and red bars (for Kendal). The design is based on the shield from the coat of arms of the former Westmorland Cou)1
19:43, 20 April 2014Flag of Cumberland.png (file)Cottrells120 KB ({{Information |Description=Flag of Cumberland, England The design is a re-working of the banner of Arms of the former Cumberland County Council. Granted in 1950 the arms symbolise the coast line, mountains, fells and famous lakes with the blue an)1
19:11, 20 April 2014Flag of Worcestershire.png (file)Cottrells10 KB ({{Information |Description=The flag of Worcestershire, England.</br>This design was picked by members of the public during a competition run by BBC Hereford & Worcester. The winning design uses the black pear of Worcestershire in a shield as freq)1
18:37, 20 April 2014Flag of Somerset.png (file)Cottrells10 KB ({{Information |Description=The flag of Somerset, England.</br>In May 2013, the Somerset County Gazette, along with a local law firm, Pardoes, organized a county-wide competition to choose a county flag for Somerset. The competition was won by Ed W)1
20:39, 6 November 2013FYI Arrow.png (file)Cottrells7 KB ({{Information |description=A modified green glass arrow based off of the Crystal Clear theme. |date=6 November 2013 |source=[ File:ArrowGreen.svg] |author=User:Everaldo Coelho and [
06:03, 5 November 2013FamilySearch Logo.jpg (file)Cottrells27 KB 2
07:48, 29 October 201323 Nov - FamilySearch Centre A4 Poster 600.png (file)Cottrells744 KB (Category:Dorset)1
15:21, 19 September 2013Emblem-star-silver.png (file)Cottrells18 KB ({{Information |Description=Star icon. Created in the Tango! style. |Source= |Date=23 May 2010 |Author=[ Rocket000] derivative work: [https://commo)1
19:34, 5 September 2013Historical.png (file)Cottrells9 KB ({{Information |description="Historical" icon |date= 3 September 2010 |source=[ WikiCommons] |author=w:User:Mholland, User:Gmaxwell and User:David Levy |permission={{PD-author|David Levy}} }})1
12:54, 2 May 2013The WAACs marching in London,1918.jpg (file)Cottrells262 KB ({{Information |Description = Photographer: Thomas Frederick Scales <BR> The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps marching in London at the end of World War I, 1918<BR> Dry plate glass negative <BR> Reference No. 1/2-014074-G <BR> Royal New Zealand Returned and Se)1
20:22, 25 April 2013Broom icon.png (file)Cottrells17 KB (replace image with one with transparent background
20:15, 25 April 2013Deletion icon.svg.png (file)Cottrells67 KB 3
22:39, 20 March 2013RootsTech2013-app-icon.png (file)Cottrells12 KB (Source: [ RootsTech app icon from the Google Play Store] Category: Logos)1
18:00, 11 March 2013Old war office.JPG (file)Cottrells193 KB ({{Information | Description = Old War Office Building, Whitehall, London | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 31 March 2004 | Author = [ ChrisO] | Permiss)1
18:32, 31 January 2013Abbotsbury St Nicholas, Dorset.jpg (file)Cottrells74 KB ({{Geograph |title=Abbotsbury church |description=Abbotsbury church is dedicated to St Nicholas. |geograph_url= |taken=4 April 2012 |photographer_url= |photographer=Philip Halli)1
18:26, 31 January 2013St Laurence's Church, Affpuddle, Dorset.jpg (file)Cottrells145 KB ({{Geograph |title=St Laurence's Church, Affpuddle |description=The earliest datable parts of the church, about 1230 AD are the east window, the smaller chancel pointed window and the trefoil arch of the south door. The tower is Perpendicular dated about 1)1
07:07, 23 October 2012Hexagons-plain.png (file)Cottrells23 KB ({{Information | Description = Six hexagons arranged in a circle with a star shape in the void | Source = [ Open Clip Art] | Date = 10 January 2010 | Author = [
12:26, 27 July 2012Padlock.png (file)Cottrells26 KB ({{Information | Description = Padlock icon | Source = | Date = | Author = AJ Ashton }} Category:Icons)1
14:35, 12 July 2012Schwerin-Schloss-gp.jpg (file)Cottrells148 KB ({{Information | Description = front aspect of Schwerin Castle, Germany | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 5 September 2009 | Author = [ User)1
13:05, 5 July 2012Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire.jpg (file)Cottrells88 KB ({{Geograph |title=Gloucester Cathedral |description= |geograph_url= |taken=4 August 2011 |photographer_url= |photographer=Chris Whippet }} Category:Cathedrals in England )1
16:50, 2 July 2012Carlisle Cathedral, Cumbria.jpg (file)Cottrells129 KB ({{Geograph |title=Carlisle Cathedral |description=Note the distinctive red stone colour. The Cathedral is not a particularly large one. The inside is very ornate. The official title of the Cathedral is 'The Cathedral Church of the Holy and Undivided Trini)1
16:16, 2 July 2012Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire.jpg (file)Cottrells103 KB ({{Geograph |title=Ely Cathedral - The Ship of the Fens |description=Of all English cathedrals, Ely has a special fascination, perhaps because its location on a rare piece of high ground amongst the low lying fens means it dominates the surrounding country)1
14:51, 29 June 2012Norwich Cathedral, Norfolk.jpg (file)Cottrells71 KB ({{Information | Description = Norwich Cathedral | Source = [ Wikipedia] | Date = 6 May 2010 | Author = [ Amitchell125] | Permission = {{PD-author}} }} [)1
17:17, 28 June 2012Chichester Cathedral, Sussex south-west aspect.jpg (file)Cottrells115 KB ({{Information | Description = '''Chichester Cathedral''' showing west front, south transept, tower and millennium statue of Saint Richard | Source = [ Wyrdlight] via [,_so)1
16:10, 27 June 2012Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire.jpg (file)Cottrells76 KB ({{Geograph |title=Lincoln Cathedral |description=The cathedral is the 3rd largest in Britain (in floor space) after St Paul's and York Minster. |geograph_url= |taken=24 September 2007 |photographer_url=http:)1
15:09, 27 June 2012Durham Cathedral, County Durham.jpg (file)Cottrells57 KB ({{Geograph |title=Durham Cathedral |description= from the west, over the Wear |geograph_url= |taken=23 November 1997 |photographer_url= |photographer=Christopher Hilton }} [)1
16:19, 26 June 2012Dr Daniel Williams.jpg (file)Cottrells7 KB ({{Information | Description = Portrait of {{wpd|Daniel Williams (theologian)|}} | Source = [ Oxford DNB] via [ Wikipedia] | Date = 17th century | A)1
17:16, 21 June 2012Royal Hospital Chelsea, the North Front.jpg (file)Cottrells84 KB ({{Geograph |title=Royal Hospital Chelsea, the North Front |description=Classical building, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with tower and colonnaded central portico. The Chelsea Pensioner statue in the foreground still carries two sprigs of oak from the)1
21:07, 7 June 2012Tip Post it Pin.png (file)Cottrells5 KB (add transparency )2
19:17, 3 June 2012Alaska.jpg (file)Cottrells39 KB (Reverted to version as of 05:15, 15 September 2008)4
13:15, 1 June 2012Commons-emblem-copyright.png (file)Cottrells20 KB ({{Information | Description = Modification of [ Image:Gnome-emblem-important.svg], from the [ GNOME-icon-theme]. | Source = [http://commons.wikim)1
14:25, 29 May 2012Wikipedia-logo.png (file)Cottrells38 KB ({{Information | Description = Puzzle piece with the letter W from the Wikipedia logo. | Source = [ WikiMedia Commons] | Date = 21 July 2006 | Author = [
16:31, 28 May 2012First Avenue House, High Holborn, London.jpg (file)Cottrells123 KB ({{Geograph |title=Family Division courts and probate service, High Holborn |description=First Avenue House at 42-49 High Holborn has 19 Family Division courts. It also has the Probate Department of the Principal Registry with a complete set of calendars o)1
10:16, 25 May 2012Exeter Cathedral, Devon.jpg (file)Cottrells136 KB ({{Information |Description=Exeter Cathedral |Source=[ Wyrdlight McCallum] via [ WikiMedia Commons] |Author= [ Antony )1
09:41, 25 May 2012Old County Hall, Truro, Cornwall.jpg (file)Cottrells79 KB ({{Geograph |title=Old County Hall Truro |description=Still County Council offices but superseded as the county hall when the new one was built in the early 1960s. |geograph_url= |taken=13 July 2008 |photographer_url=)1
16:50, 24 May 2012The National Archives at Kew, London.jpg (file)Cottrells148 KB ({{Geograph |title=The National Archives at Kew |description=This impressive building holds the National Archives (formerly the Public Records Office) and provides excellent facilities got the public to access them. It was opened in 1977. It consists of tw)1
15:11, 24 May 2012Elliot House, Deansgate, Manchester.jpg (file)Cottrells222 KB ({{Geograph |title=Elliot House, Deansgate, Manchester |description=Attractively detailed, with finely-carved terracotta festoons. The materials are red sandstone, red brick and red terracotta. Lord knows how red it was when first built - it has now underg)1
16:07, 21 May 2012Rotherhithe St Olavs, London.jpg (file)Cottrells60 KB ({{Information | Description = St Olav's Church, Rotherhithe, Southwark, London | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 11 February 2006 | Author = Fin Fahey | Permission = }} [[Category:Lo)1
15:45, 21 May 2012Church in Honningsvag, Norway.jpg (file)Cottrells54 KB ({{Flickr |title=Church in Honningsvag, Norway |description= |flickr_url= |taken=9 June 2011 |photographer_url= |photographer=Jorge Andrade }} Category:Norway)1
15:39, 19 May 2012SomersetHousebyAnonpublAckermann&Co1836.jpg (file)Cottrells94 KB ({{Information | Description = The Strand front of Somerset House and St Mary-le-Strand church. Print published by Ackermann & Co in 1836 | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | )1
16:22, 16 May 2012Copyright-problem.png (file)Cottrells16 KB ({{Information | Description = A copyright symbol with a red exclamation mark. | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 16 September 2007 | Author = [ U)1
16:38, 8 May 20121963 Kelly's Directory of Torquay and Paignton.jpg (file)Cottrells59 KB ({{Flickr |title=Kelly's Directory |description= "History doesn't repeat itself, but it does rhyme" Mark Twain<br> A directory from 1963 showing familiar techniques to those used online 'nowadays'. |flickr_url=
19:06, 7 May 2012Former Assize Court, Devizes.jpg (file)Cottrells139 KB ({{Geograph |title=Former Assize Court, Devizes |description=A noble neo-Greek building in Bath stone with an Ionic portico. The architect was Thomas Henry Wyatt. It opened in 1835 and closed in 1982. Grade II* listed. A forlorn sight. It can be difficult )1
12:02, 4 May 2012Icon no license.png (file)Cottrells15 KB ({{Information | Description = Icon reporting a licensing problem. | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 11 December 2006 | Author = [ Bibi Sa)1
10:44, 4 May 2012Icon no source.png (file)Cottrells16 KB ({{Information | Description = Icon reporting a source problem. | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 11 December 2006 | Author = [ Bibi Saint-)1
10:19, 4 May 2012Icon no permission.png (file)Cottrells16 KB ({{Information | Description = Icon reporting a licensing problem. | Source = [ Wikimedia Commons] | Date = 28 February 2008 | Author = Original image from the [
16:21, 19 April 2012Langton Matravers St George, Dorset.jpg (file)Cottrells78 KB ({{Geograph |title=Langton Matravers: parish church of St. George |description=This church is unusual in that the tower is shorter than the roof. |geograph_url= |taken=1999 |photographer_url=
14:01, 9 April 2012Kingston St James, Dorset - 1880.jpg (file)Cottrells231 KB ({{Geograph |title=St James, Kingston, West end view |description=The church was paid for by 3rd Earl of Eldon, effectively as his private chapel although it has superseded Kingston's other church as the parish church. The church was designed and built by )1
13:54, 9 April 2012Kingston St James, Dorset - 1833.jpg (file)Cottrells81 KB ({{Geograph |title=Kingston: former parish church of St. James |description=This church was built in 1833, now a private house, and was replaced by a High Victorian Gothic Church built in 1880. |geograph_url= |taken=1)1

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