1905 to 1907, and undated: Nine postcards addressed to Mr R. Alderson, 26 Herbert Street, Darlington: 1.’Had a Champion day. Dined at the Wholesale Co. J. W.’; 2. 20 July 190?: postmark Watermillock:  ‘Many thanks for Cards  they are pretty & interesting  –  was quite surprised at your where abouts  –  how you do flit about   but I hope it was nothing more serious than pleasure or business that took you so far away  –   you can see this view from the Penrith Beacon. Did you notice it. Hoping you are well   A. C.’   Picture: Ullswater and Dunmallet; 3. 14 September 1905: postmark Watermillock:  ‘We intend returning to Fellside on Wed the 20th weather permitting.  it is a glorious day to-day   hope you keep well   also your Father & Mother   A. C.’   Picture: Head of Ullswater; 4. Stamp and postmark missing: ‘Thanks for your last, I am sorry the globe trotting is over for a bit’   Picture: Lendal Bridge, York; 5. Stamp and postmark missing: ‘Many thanks for all the lovely P.C. you have sent  –  the last one is the best I think, hope you go travelling again soon.  M. S/L’   Picture: St Cuthbert’s Church, Darlington; 6. Stamp and postmark missing: ‘Thanks for P- which I received last night, sorry I am not out of a sit  –  or I might have been housekeeper for a week for you   will write later   F’   Picture: Knaresborough from Castle Hill; 7. 17 July 1905: postmark Bangor. Message blank.  Picture: Conway Castle and Bridge; 8. Stamp and postmark missing: ‘Jesmond   25-5-07   Thanks very much for P.P.Cards. I expect you will have enjoyed your visit to Paris immensely. Kind regards from Mary   Picture: New Walk, Jesmond Dene; 9. 1907: stamp and postmark missing   ‘Got safely here. A fine day  J. A.’  Picture: Robin Hood’s Town, Yorkshire

1911, 1912, 1916, and undated: Five postcards addressed to Mr and Mrs Robert (Bob) and Sallie Alderson, 19 Bedford Street, Darlington: 1. 9 August 1911: postmark North Shields: Correction House Bank, Tynemouth. ‘Dear S & R, We saw cousin Lizzie on Monday night but only for a few minutes. She had been to our lodge but we were not in for tea. Mrs Donaldson made her a cup. We expect to be home on Saturday night. Are you thinking of having Em over at your place   if so you might let me know when as I shall have all her clothes to wash when I get home. Hope your Mother has enjoyed her holiday & all are quite well. Love to all from here   bie   Jennie x’  Picture: The Priory, Tynemouth, The Chancel; 2. 4 March 1912: postmark York: ‘Spending the weekend here. Been very fine to-day. Having a nice time. Love from ?Sonny & ?Leo’  Picture: York Minster, South East; 3. Stamp and postmark missing: ‘I am having a good time here   it is a nice place & I feel ever so much better already   Hope you are well   yours S Shields’  Picture: Co-operative Convalescent Home, Gilsland; 4. 23 August 1912: ‘Niagara Falls   Aug. 23. 1912.  Dear Bob, I arrived here 7.45 a.m. this morning & should reach Toronto tonight. Then get 2.30 p.m. boat to Clayton  Saturday  E. E. C.’  Picture: Niagara Falls; 5.  Stamp and postmark missing: ’11 Elton Street, West Dyke, Redcar   Oct 11th 1916   Dear Sallie and Rob: I am having another honeymoon all alone as usual. Monday & Tuesday were windy but fine, so we put our big coats & veils on & had a champion walk each day  Today is lovely   best love Alice’   Picture: Redcar Promenade.

1 April 1931: ‘Delightful weather favoured the sports at Trent College yesterday, and a large body of visitors, including parents and old boys, enjoyed the keen friendly competition’: among the competitors, Alderson

January 1957: Member of the Amateur Fencing Association: James Kenneth Alderson

1974: Members of Seaton Carew Golf Club: Gentlemen: W. I. R. Alderson, 26 Eldon Grove, Hartlepool. Tel.: 4967

c1990: Sue Alderson [ex husband Mick; son Warren], 49a Warminster Road, South Norwood, SE25 4PD; [Birthday list:] 30 January Sue Alderson