William Reeve’s son Walter, also a wheelwright/carpenter, can be seen with his son George in the photograph below, taken c1880. Blaxhall, Suffolk, England. My Keer ancestors came from this area of Suffolk - if you're researching this surname, please get in touch at esjones <at> btopenworld.com
This is Michael Ibsen, a Canadian carpenter living in England and the 17th generation descendant of King Richard III sister. His unusual DNA matches the King's therefore it is been proved beyond doubt that the skeleton found in a Leicester car park is King Richard III. The model was made from the skeleton found and bears a remarkable resemblance to the King, so does Michael come to that!
18th century trade card: "Henry Sidgier Carpenter, Joyner, and Undetaker. At the Carpenters Arms in Great Shere Lane near Temple Barr, London. Boys Sells and Appraises all sorts of Household Goods, Pictures, China &c. Likewise Cabinet and Upholsterers Work done, and Funerals Perform'd. NB All sorts of Boxes & Packing Cases made."
Governor William Bradford - Plymouth, MA. William was born in Yorkshire, England. He became an orphan at age 7. He first wife,Dorothy fell from the Mayflower while it was anchored at shore and drowned. He later married Alice Carpenter. He became governor after John Carver.