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Jack Allen at Garden Show c1910
Jack Allen at Garden Show c1910 (20100219)
Jack Allen exhibiting his vegetables at one of the garden shows held in the village in the earlier years of the 20th century. This may have been held on land belonging to Croggon's tannery. John Thomas Allen was born c1872 and was a life-long resident of Grampound. He worked at Croggon’s tannery and was the father of 2 sons and 3 daughters. (Allen)
Fore Street c1920
Fore Street c1920 (20100149)
Upper part of Fore Street looking east with the Town Hall on the left; the walls are still rendered - c1920s. (Hicks)
Lower Fore Street c 1920s/30s
Lower Fore Street c 1920s/30s (20100143)
Lower Fore Street â€" possibly inter-war. The white house in the foreground is Trevail and below that Pendene. The single storey extension on the side of Pendene was a Barber’s Shop; it has now been demolished. A Chapel used to stand behind these houses; it was also used as a meeting place for the British Legion. (Hicks)
Bowling Club 1920s
Bowling Club 1920s (20100135)
Bowling Club 1920s. This is a second version of 0110. (Hicks)
Grampound School c1920s
Grampound School c1920s (20100118)
Pupils at Grampound School â€" c1920s; this is a better version of 0075. (Hicks)
Zerica, The Gypsy Maid, 1928-1929
Zerica, The Gypsy Maid, 1928-1929 (20091046)
This photograph is identical to 20092037. The people included are: Mannell, Edward Richards, Vernon Cundy, Ernest Cundy, Percy Burns, Nelly Rogers, Hetty Mitchell, Audrey Brown, May Mannell, Claude Tucker, Maggie Dawe, Gwen Hoskin, Mary Mitchell, Dolphus Bunkham, Enid Hill, Percy Tregonning, Lilian Brown, Margery Brown, Cora Jones, Barbara James, Ida Tregonning, Vida Hugh, Avis Luke, Addie Parmeter, Arthur (Parish Council)
The Hollies
The Hollies (20091007)
The Hollies engulfed by a shrub. Looking uphill towards the eastern end of the village. Pre motor traffic probably. (Paynter)
Bowls players 1925
Bowls players 1925 (20090110)
This was at the site of the old bowling green, Quarry Parc in Creed Lane where the club was located between 1921and 1927. The Bowling Club moved to its present home in 1927. On the left in the back row stands Mr Ralph James; he had been affected by polio and went everywhere by horse. The third from the right in the back row (wearing flat cap) is Mr Cundy, whose blacksmith's forge was located at the foot of Old Hill. (Hicks)
Town Hall 1920s
Town Hall 1920s (20090088)
Town Hall c 1920s. Note bus and rail timetables on end wall of Town Hall. (Hicks)
School photo 1920s
School photo 1920s (20090075)
Older pupils at Grampound School circa 1920s. (Hicks)
School photo 1920s
School photo 1920s (20090074)
Younger pupils at Grampound School circa 1920s. (Hicks)
Molly Allen and dog
Molly Allen and dog (20090045)
Molly Allen with neighbour's dog late 1920s. (Tregunna)
Children at Charlestown
Children at Charlestown (20090042)
Party of children at Charlestown c1929. The girls on the left are (rear) Barbara Allen (now Tregunna) and (front) Molly Allen both of Grampound. Molly Allen died of tuberculosis at the age of 16. (Tregunna)
Manor house, Fore Street
Manor house, Fore Street (20090023)
The Manor House, Grampound about 1926 (Croggon)
Manor house doorway, Fore Street
Manor house doorway, Fore Street (20090024)
Detail of the doorway of the Manor House, Grampound about 1926 (Croggon)
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