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Stanhoe school, 1924

Stanhoe_00402.jpg Junction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with childrenJunction of The Street and Cross Lane. Methodist chapel, butcher's cart, and base of the cross. Postcard with postmark 1923.ThumbnailsCross Lane Pit with children

Stanhoe school, 1924

Back row (l–r): John Henry Stringer, T Pygall, S Linge, Leonard Charles (Lenny) Goss, Verdun Walker, R Osborne, C Callaby

Middle row (l–r): J Rout, Richard (Dick) Steward, Walter Sidney (Joey) Linge, D Scott, Richard (Dick) Seaman, John Ireson

Front row (l–r): M Pygall, G Gibson, Ruby Strudwick, S Callaby, M Hudson, Ella Goss

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  • Charles Butcher (Charles) - Friday 3 October 2014 18:55
    Thanks for the extra detail. I've edited the caption and the pop-up boxes a little, I hope without introducing any mistakes.
  • Carol Otty (nee Goss) - Friday 2 March 2012 22:09
    This photo shows my Dad - Lenny (Leonard Charles) Goss and his sister Ella. He is also on another of your photos. Dad went on to work at Barwick Hall, where I was born in 1953. Dad was married to Doris Mary Farrow. We used to come and stay with my Aunt Ella at Barwick, she married Dick Seaman. We used to walk down to see my Nan Goss who lived next to the Post Office opposite the pond.
    The photos are lovely, and the earliest ones I have seen of my Dad. If there was any chance of having a copy, I would be very grateful. Thank you.
  • T Bradley - Wednesday 26 October 2011 20:12
    J Linge known as Joey at school, was Walter Sidney Linge