Stanhoe Archive photos

Historic photos from the village of Stanhoe, Norfolk, UK

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Mr Hustler – Headmaster
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Back Row
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1 Janet Johnson
2 Colin Vergerson
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4 Geoffrey Howard
5 Michael Birch
6 Raymond Birch
7 Colin Johnson
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9 Terry Walker
10 Penny Birch
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Second Row
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11 Sheila Green
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14 Diane Johnson
15 Pat Oldfield
16 Jean Trundle
17 Jane Tuck
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19 Pamela Steward
20 Mary Scales
21 Gill Tidd (Now Gill Fenn) – Student Teacher
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Third Row
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23 Shirley Howard
24 Maureen Johnson
25 Beryl Flatt
26 Rita Steward
27 Diane Oldfield
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29 Hazel Blackburn
30 Jennifer Brown
31 Anne Reeves
32 Fay Thompson
33 Joyce Seaman
34 Christine Hustler
35 Joy Watling
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Fourth Row
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36 David Watling
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39 ? Armiger
40 Sylvia Seaman
41 Patsy Johnson
42 Barbara Scales
43 Audrey Trundle
44 Dorothy Bean
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46 Tony Walker
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Front Row
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49 Derek Scales
50 Roger Horn
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54 Peter Rump
55 Anthony Mann
56 Gerald Oldfield
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59 Christopher Taylor
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62 Ronnie Green

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Anthony Mann - Saturday 21 September 2013 16:43
No 55 on photo is myself, Anthony Mann, next to Peter Rump.
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Roger Horn - Saturday 1 October 2011 23:53
I believe No. 54 is Peter Rump
Anne Reeves - Tuesday 13 September 2011 18:21
It is possible that the little girl numbered 31 was me. Much depends upon which year and when during the year. If the year was between 1952 and the summer of 1953 then it probably was.

My parents and I lived on Bircham-Newton Road, next door to the Buckenhams. Dad (William [Bill] Reeves) worked as a herdsman for Major Ralli for a few years, from April 1948-January 1950 then again from December 1950 to some time in 1953.

When we first lived in Stanhoe the cottages had no water supply nor any electricity (of course). The second time around I know that electric light, at least, had been laid on; the water situation remained the same. Mum had to do the washing in the "copper" in the wash house and that was where the water for our weekly baths was boiled. How much I must have smelt then! One set of underwear per week (one in the wash; one on); weekly bath and hair wash; infrequent teeth cleaning. The poor teacher!