Interesting Material

Obituary Notice for Sarah Gronow Tunaley b.1857 - d. 1924

Late 18th Century Portraits of Robert and Constantia Tunaley (by kind permission of Rob Carman)

The text of the 'Masters Declaration' from the Derby Silk Mill Lockout of 1833-34 signed by Thomas Tunaley Junior (1796-1868)

A John Tunaley in a Trade Directory for Leeds from 1798

Another Leeds Trade Directory this one is from 1817.

A Derbyshire Trade Directory from 1829 with an interesting description of Thomas Tunaley Jrs. Dyeworks

A page from the journal of John Wodehouse 1st Earl of Kimberley which include references to Robert James Tunaley (1801-1868)

An account of a challenge to the will of Robert Tunaley (1746-1821)

A US patent for Improvements to a Linotype printing machine (with thanks to Phil Tunaley)

A Frontispiece by Henry Tunaley from the book 'Red Deer' by Richard Jefferies published 1892

A Tunaly in the Universal British Directory of 1793-98

A newspaper article from 1915 featuring Henry Tunaley; presumably the same person who illustrated the 'Red Deer'

The first page of a family bible that belonged to Thomas Tunaley and his wife Annie Thornhill (by kind permission of Arnold Tunaley who  is Thomas and Annie's Great Grandson)

An extract from a book on the Poor Law in Norfolk which throws some light on the comments of John Wodehouse regarding Robert James Tunaley (1801-1868)

An advertisement from the 1840 Midland Counties' Railway Companion listing a Mr Tunaley as a teacher of Dancing and Callisthenics

A signed dinner menu from the RMS Franconia which includes Mrs F A Tunaley.  The Franconia sailed from Liverpool to Quebec in 1955

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