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Brian Minter
Brian Minter
A recent photo taken from a news article about Brian's reappointment as chancellor of the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). 
 
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Brian Minter born 1947, Canada
Brian Minter born 1947, Canada
Brian Minter sits on the new train at Minter Country Garden on Wednesday. The shiny red locomotive will be taking passengers for its first ride through the store's indoor Christmas display on Friday. — image credit: JENNA HAUCK/ THE PROGRESS 
 
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Capon Harry Minter
Capon Harry Minter
born 1879, Brightlingsea 
 
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Cecille Nichols Kingsley
Cecille Nichols Kingsley
Born 23 May 1892, Hudson Falls, New York, USA, died 8 September 1994 Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin, USA 
 
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Charles Edward Minter
Charles Edward Minter
born 1909, Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight 
 
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Charles Rolfe Seaborne
Charles Rolfe Seaborne
Born 30 March 1888, Thamesford, Ontario, Canada, died 7 July 1974, Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin, USA 
 
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Charles Rolfe Seaborne Jr.
Charles Rolfe Seaborne Jr.
Born 24 October 1917, Hudson Falls, New York, USA, died 31 October 1976, Appleton, Outagamie, Wisconsin, USA. 
 
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Charles Thomas Trinder
Charles Thomas Trinder
Married Ann Elizabeth Groombridge in Dublin, Ireland in 1894. 
 
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Charlotte Emma Flint
Charlotte Emma Flint
born about 1859 
 
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Charlotte Hannah Martha Minter
Charlotte Hannah Martha Minter
Taken when she was in her 60's. and would have been taken between the late 1930's-early 1940 period 
 
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Charlotte Suzanne Minter, born 1986
Charlotte Suzanne Minter, born 1986
Picture taken from Charlotte's page on the Moulton College, Northants website 
 
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Clara Eliza Minter
Clara Eliza Minter
born 1878, Brightlingsea 
 
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Clifford David (Cliff) Minter,
Clifford David (Cliff) Minter,
born 1931, Enfield, NSW, Australia, his mother Tess Minter nee Major. Photo taken taken about 1950 when Cliff was a member of the NSW Scottish Regiment 30th Infantry battalion Australian Citizen Military Forces (a voluntary part time unit). 
 
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Corn Hill, Texas, a painting by Talmage Minter
Corn Hill, Texas, a painting by Talmage Minter
Talmage describes the painting thus: Corn Hill is about 20-30 miles from our capital city of Austin. The church seems to be a little-used relic from another era. It's built in the style of a miniature cathedral. Despite its bucolic setting, it strikes me as a rather dark place. The horse represents, perhaps, the disinterest of God who has turned away from a dead expression of Christianity. To my way of thinking, the white color of the horse symbolizes God's purity, but also (maybe) hope for a new beginning.
I am probably the only artist in operation who paints nothing but old Texas churches. It is the mystery and the symbolism that I find endlessly fascinating.

More of Talmage's paintings can be seen at his website www.talmageminterart.wordpress.com 
 
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Cyril John Minter 1877 - 1925
Cyril John Minter 1877 - 1925
Tombstone in Ryde Cemetery. Composite photo showing all who are remembered on the stone. 
 
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Darren James Minter
Darren James Minter
The Weekend Australian, 29 July 2017

Orange boom times a good chance for navel gazing

Mildura orange grower Darren Minter is a happy man. After a cool summer, ripe oranges are hanging heavily from the trees on his farm near Iraak, Victoria, ready to be harvested.

But it is not just the size, quality and taste that is better this year. So too are the ­export prices, with Mr Minter’s top-grade navel eating oranges selling for $1000 a tonne, driven to record highs by unprecedented Chinese demand.

Six years ago China did not buy a single fresh orange from Australia. This year it will overtake Japan as Australia’s biggest export destin­ation, with 40,000 tonnes of ­oranges worth $70 million — about one-quarter of all orange ­exports — to be shipped to China.

The trade surge is the result of the obsession by middle-class Chin­ese consumers with eating healthy, safe food grown in Australia; a desire that has spread from infant milk formula and beef to now include fresh fruit.

Even major orange exporters such as the Mildura Fruit Company — bought several years ago by Chinese state-owned Bright Foods — can’t keep up, despite ­increased production from big growers such as Minter Magic.

It’s a remarkable industry turnaround for citrus growers such as the Minter family, who have been farming grapes, oranges and ­almonds along the Murray River near Mildura for four generations.

Six years ago, orange prices were so low — one-tenth of current­ values — growers were ripping out trees, leaving fruit to rot on the ground or feeding oranges to cattle. Many citrus farmers planted wine grapes instead.

“It’s been an amazing change after a very tough decade. In 2011 after the drought I was on my arse financially, wondering how I would pay the bills and ready to walk away,” Mr Minter says.

“If you had told me then that five years later my farm would have tripled in size (to 300ha), I’d be planting more trees and oranges­ would be selling for $1000 a tonne, I would have laughed.”

But for Australian consumers the export boom to China has a downside. While fresh oranges ­remain cheap in supermarkets — although the best fruit is all going overseas — the price of Australian-grown orange juice has climbed to more than $7 for two litres­. It is simply not worthwhile for Australian farmers to grow the lower-value Valencia juicing ­oranges for the local market when export prices are so high.

It has left local juice companies such as Berri and Daily Juice — both owned by the Japanese Lion-Kirin group — forced to import orange juice concentrate from Brazil. Stickers added to Daily Juice’s orange juice last month warned consumers that “a ­national­ shortage of oranges” had forced a switch to imports.

Moree farmer Dick Estens, who owns The Grove juice company, has resorted to planting large orchards of new Valencia trees on his own properties to ensure his business does not run dry.

“The Chinese are sucking in ­oranges from everywhere, it’s causing us a headache,” Mr Estens says.

“I’m not sure Australian consumers have realised that unless they pay more for locally grown orange juice, maybe $10 for two ­litres, it’s all going to end up with the rising Chinese middle class.” 
 
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David Minter
David Minter
baptised Boyton, Suffolk 19 Jan 1834 
 
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David Minter
David Minter
born Q4 1894, Boyton, Suffolk 
 
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Dean Minter, born 1965
Dean Minter, born 1965
Newspaper picture from August 2012 
 
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Dennis Marlow
Dennis Marlow
Royal Marines, with an address of 27, Ingal Road, Plaistow, London E13 on the reverse. Son of Alice Maud Minter and George W Marlow 
 
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Denys Biron Minter in Australia
Denys Biron Minter in Australia
Temporary passport 
 
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Derek Minter born 1932
Derek Minter born 1932
"The King of Brands" 
 
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Deric Frank Minter born 1909
Deric Frank Minter born 1909
with wife Nellie Elizabeth nee Ward 
 
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Derick Edward Minter
Derick Edward Minter
Born 1917, Mildura, Victoria, Australia, died in 1998. 
 
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Doris Irene Minter
Doris Irene Minter
born 1901, Ash, Kent. Family group - Albert Edward and Rosa with (from left) Doris Irene, born 1901, Gladys Muriel, born 1894, and Roderick (Derick), born 1903 
 
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Dorothy Helen Minter
Dorothy Helen Minter
born 1906 
 
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Dorothy Marguerite  Minter
Dorothy Marguerite Minter
born 1894, Southend on Sea, Essex, 
 
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Dr Michael Minter
Dr Michael Minter
born 12 January 1807, Vlissingen, Holland 
 
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Edith Annie(Dee-dee)Minter
Edith Annie(Dee-dee)Minter
born 1889, Paddington, London 
 
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Edith Jane Minter born 1905
Edith Jane Minter born 1905
 
 
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Edith Jane Pain
Edith Jane Pain
 
 
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Edith Maria Minter 1927 wedding
Edith Maria Minter 1927 wedding
Newspaper report of Edith's marriage to Albert Edward Archer 
 
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Edna Minter
Edna Minter
born 2 February 1929, Walkerville, Ontario, Canada 
 
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Edward Alfred Chatfield 1846 - 1874
Edward Alfred Chatfield 1846 - 1874
A collection of newspaper reports relating to Edward's death at sea. 
 
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Edward Arthur Minter
Edward Arthur Minter
Gravestone in Plympton St Mary Churchyard, Devon 
 
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Edward Kennett Minter 1817 - 1900
Edward Kennett Minter 1817 - 1900
Tombstone at Ryde Cemetery. The inscription reads:
In loving memory of Edward Kennett Minter who peacefully passed away September 4th 1900 aged 83. With Christ which is far better.
Also of Lavinia wife of the above who died Jan 9th 1907 aged 92 years 
 
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Edward Minter
Edward Minter
born 1914, Chesterfield, Derbyshire 
 
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Edward Minter
Edward Minter
Gravestone at St Nicholas Hospital, Harbledown, Kent 
 
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Edward William Minter
Edward William Minter
born Jun 1877, Norwich, Norfolk
Back Row - Edward Minter and his wife Frances Minter (nee Cordery)
Front Row - thought to be Edward's mother, Rosina (nee Rix) and sister Rosina Minter
 
 
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Eleanor Edmonds Minter nee Jeffery.
Eleanor Edmonds Minter nee Jeffery.
The photo probably dates from 1866: it is endorsed on the back "Eleanor Edmund Minter nee Jeffreys wife of Michael Minter MD. By appointment E. de Balk, Geelong. Ada Peck 24th Feb 1866". 
 
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Eleanor Minter
Eleanor Minter
born 2 January 1846, Ridgewell, Essex with husband William Francis Frederick Pattison and grandson Peter. 
 
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Elisha Kay Gregory
Elisha Kay Gregory
 
 
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Elizabeth Alston (Beth) Waldegrave
Elizabeth Alston (Beth) Waldegrave
with husband Clifford David (Cliff) Minter,on their wedding day, 12 March 1955 
 
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Elizabeth Ann Minter 1867 - 1935
Elizabeth Ann Minter 1867 - 1935
A close-up of one of the sidestones of Elizabeth Ann's grave in Barnsley Cemetery. The initials E.A.R stand for Elizabeth Ann Renshaw. Elizabeth was married three times, to Joseph Ibbeson, Henry Barton and finally to George Renshaw, who outlived her by about six years. 
 
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Elizabeth Jane Clark
Elizabeth Jane Clark
Taken in 1917, the year before she married Leslie Furey 
 
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Elizabeth Jane Minter nee Phillips & Rose Alice Bowden nee Minter
Elizabeth Jane Minter nee Phillips & Rose Alice Bowden nee Minter
Chris Horgan writes: [23 July 2013] was the 97th anniversary of the death of Elizabeth Jane Minter (nee Phillips). Her daughter Alice Rose Bowden (nee Minter) was buried with her mother when she died in 1971, I attended the burial service at Rookwood Old Presbyterian on a very bleak wet winters day. It was always my mothers wish to have the grave site re-done and a fitting headstone erected.
This task was completed last week and my family presented at the grave site to honour our great grandmother and grandmother. It was also rewarding to see the wishes of our mother met.
 
 
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Elizabeth Jane Phillips
Elizabeth Jane Phillips
born 1854, Fortitude Valley Queensland Australia 
 
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Elizabeth Minter
Elizabeth Minter
Born 22 August 1807, Boxted, Essex, died 21 August 1892, Great Bromley, Essex 
 
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Elizabeth Sandford Jeffery 1806 - 1881, married Bartholomew Minter in 1827.
Elizabeth Sandford Jeffery 1806 - 1881, married Bartholomew Minter in 1827.
Photo from Memoirs of The Minter Family by Geo. Warden Haines, 1937 
 
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Elizabeth Smith Bushby born 1853, Lewes, Sussex, married Thomas Chatfield in 1875.
Elizabeth Smith Bushby born 1853, Lewes, Sussex, married Thomas Chatfield in 1875.
 
 

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