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Grampound School Carnival Float
Grampound School Carnival Float (20120405)
Heather James, Joy Rowe (in cauldron) (Crowe)
Carnival Queen 1980
Carnival Queen 1980 (20120404)
On their float Carnival Queen Miss Angela Crowe wearing the traditional leather crown made from Croggon leather; attendants are l Miss Melissa Chenoweth, r Miss Alison Paynter. (Crowe)
Grampound Carnival 1980
Grampound Carnival 1980 (20120403)
Angela Crowe, Carnival Queen with Truro MP David Penhaligon, his wife Annette (now Egerton) and their daughter Anna and son Matthew. (Crowe)
Carnival Queen 1980
Carnival Queen 1980 (20120402)
Carnival Queen is Miss Angela Crowe wearing the traditional Crown made from Croggon leather; attendants are (l) Miss Melissa Chenoweth and (r) Miss Alison Paynter. (Crowe)
Grampound School
Grampound School (20120401)
Back row l to r - ?, David Juleff, Alison Way, Angela Bennett, Connie Bennett, Second row l to r â€" ?, Linda ?, Jackie Pooley, Ian Pomeroy, Andrew Teague, Antony Bestoile, Pauline Bennett, ?. Third row l to r â€" Karen ?, Nigel Still, Angela Crowe, Robert Pooley, Beverley Way, Tina Bestoile, Elaine Bostock. Front row l to r â€" Katherine Way, Sonia May, Alison ?, Martin Bennett, ?, Jonathon Morford, Christopher Paynter. (Crowe)
Grampound School Football Team 1949
Grampound School Football Team 1949 (20120397)
Back row l to r â€" Evan Webb, George Ellis, Des Pollard, Paul Juleff, John ?, Raymond Mannell, Michael Biddick, Norman Way, Barry Bennetts, Bill Pollard, Douglas Richards. (Crowe)
Grampound Football Team 1952-3?
Grampound Football Team 1952-3? (20120395)
Back row l to r â€" Bill Pascoe, ‘Dad’ (somebody Spry?), Roy Cundie, ‘Uncle Basil’, ‘Uncle Norman’, ? Juleff, Frankie Goodman. Front row l to r â€" Cyril Knowles, Derek Way, Bill Bennets, Ernie Rowe, Frank Way. (Crowe)
People
People (20120393)
On the back of this postcard photo is written 'Grandma Mannell'. The object is usually in the centre but who is the lady with the elaborate costume and umbrella? late 19th early 20th C. (Crowe)
Grampound Football Team 1940-41
Grampound Football Team 1940-41 (20120392)
Included in the photograph are Syd Harry, Sam Keast, Denis Hooper, Vernon Richards, Alvin Blake, Norman Mannell, J Reynolds,, Syd Chapman, Harold Cocks, Leonard Goyne, Bill Paynter, Donald Coombe. (Crowe)
Grampound Bowls Club
Grampound Bowls Club (20120383)
Date unsure but possibly inter-war or just post WW2.The names include - ? Landry, Tommy Daniel, Ian Croggon, Wally Rowe, Jack Bickle, Dick Ellis, (Thunder) Jack Scholar, Fred Mannell, Alfred Mannell. (Crowe)
Grampound Scouts 1920's
Grampound Scouts 1920's (20120379)
Back row (standing) (from left) Percy Rowlands (perhaps), Eric Bennett (scout leader), Eric Buckingham. Front row (seated) (from left) not known, Harold Tregunna, Ronnie Short. See also 20090049. (Crowe)
Grampound School - Inter-school sports 1952
Grampound School - Inter-school sports 1952 (20120378)
winners of the inter-school sports. Back row, L-R Mary Thomas, Maureen Mannell(Kemp), Norman Way, Jill Matta,Mr Dobel, Valerie Cox(Cundy), Johnston Mitchel, Raymond Mannell, John Emmett, Anthony Mannell, David Paynter. Middle row, L-R Margaret Richards, Iris Ruchards, Leone Spry (Crowe), Bill Pollard, Jenny Horton(Rowe),Diana Mitchell, Douglas Richards, Paul Juleff, Jill Dobel. Front row, L-R Marilyn Best, Susan Mannell, Susan Lukey, Malcolm Spry, Donald Ford, William Richard. (Crowe)
Sunday School c2010
Sunday School c2010 (20120446)
Grampound with Creed Sunday School c2010. Featured are (l to r) Dorcas, Jade, Poppy, Sophia and Rachel. (Heritage Project Collection)
T J Lobb Cars Cornwall
T J Lobb Cars Cornwall (20110388)
In the autumn of 2011 Tim Lobb Cars, Cornwall, the long-established garage in Grampound, took a lease on the disused petrol station at the west end of the village. Considerable renovation of the premises took place before the opening for the car sales side of the business. Tim Lobb first opened his car repair, tuning and servicing business in 1970 at the old forge, opposite the Dolphin Inn. The petrol station, now closed for over 10 years, was certainly trading as long ago as the 1950s and was once renowned for its beautiful gardens. (Stovell)
T J Lobb Cars Cornwall
T J Lobb Cars Cornwall (20110387)
In the autumn of 2011 Tim Lobb Cars, Cornwall, the long-established garage in Grampound, took a lease on the disused petrol station at the west end of the village. Considerable renovation of the premises took place before the opening for the car sales side of the business. (Stovell)
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century (20110386)
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century. This image is probably later than 0385 as the band members now have uniforms. (Libby)
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century (20110385)
Grampound Town Band in the late 19th century. The Band Leader is seated in the middle of the front row, wearing a watch chain. He is Charles Mannell, the great-grandfather of Chris Libby who donated these images. (Libby)
African American Troops at Grampound Road 1944
African American Troops at Grampound Road 1944 (20110369)
During World War Two, around 130,000 black GIs came to Britain. They were members of the US armed forces, but kept strictly segregated from their white 'colleagues'. For the majority of the resident British population, this was their first exposure to black people en masse and to blatant racism. Public opinion was largely on the side of the black GIs. David Miles in his account of Britain in wartime quotes a West Country farmer who told a reporter from the New Statesman 'I love the Americans - but I don't like those white ones they've brought with them'. (Cornwall Centre)
Florence Mary, Wesley Reginald, Emily Grace Tiddy
Florence Mary, Wesley Reginald, Emily Grace Tiddy (20112272)
(Powell nee Tiddy)
Richard Tiddy possibly an engagement photo c1883
Richard Tiddy possibly an engagement photo c1883 (20112271)
The photos in this collection feature the family of Richard Tiddy and Emily nee James (daughter of James Roberts James, who lived at 'Woodbine Villa' and ran the mail coaches & a carrier service). Richard was born in Bissoe but all the rest were born in Grampound. Richard was Clerk of Works at one point and also worked as Maintenance Foreman for the Hawkin & Johnstone families at Trewithan. He remade the dock gates at Pentewan for the Johnstone family. He was also a Local Preacher for the Wesleyan Methodist St Austell circuit. George James features in a group with Richard & his sons. He was the son of Emily's brother Richard whose second wife was Caroline Croggan. George was brought up by Emily & her mother because of TB in the family. He used to drive Richard Tiddy to his preaching appointments in a pony & trap. The Tiddy and James family graves are back-to-back just inside the gate at Creed on the right. (Powell nee Tiddy)
Emily Grace Tiddy
Emily Grace Tiddy (20112270)
Emily Tiddy nee James.The photos in this collection feature the family of Richard Tiddy and Emily nee James (daughter of James Roberts James, who lived at 'Woodbine Villa' and ran the mail coaches & a carrier service). Richard was born in Bissoe but all the rest were born in Grampound. Richard was Clerk of Works at one point and also worked as Maintenance Foreman for the Hawkin & Johnstone families at Trewithan. He remade the dock gates at Pentewan for the Johnstone family. He was also a Local Preacher for the Wesleyan Methodist St Austell circuit. George James features in a group with Richard & his sons. He was the son of Emily's brother Richard whose second wife was Caroline Croggan. George was brought up by Emily & her mother because of TB in the family. He used to drive Richard Tiddy to his preaching appointments in a pony & trap. The Tiddy and James family graves are back-to-back just inside the gate at Creed on the right. (Powell nee Tiddy)
Emily Grace Tiddy C1920s
Emily Grace Tiddy C1920s (20112269)
Emily Tiddy (nee James) lived at Bella Vista now Penhayes. The photos in this collection feature the family of Richard Tiddy and Emily nee James (daughter of James Roberts James, who lived at 'Woodbine Villa' and ran the mail coaches & a carrier service). Richard was born in Bissoe but all the rest were born in Grampound. Richard was Clerk of Works at one point and also worked as Maintenance Foreman for the Hawkin & Johnstone families at Trewithan. He remade the dock gates at Pentewan for the Johnstone family. He was also a Local Preacher for the Wesleyan Methodist St Austell circuit. George James features in a group with Richard & his sons. He was the son of Emily's brother Richard whose second wife was Caroline Croggan. George was brought up by Emily & her mother because of TB in the family. He used to drive Richard Tiddy to his preaching appointments in a pony & trap. The Tiddy and James family graves are back-to-back just inside the gate at Creed on the right. (Powell nee Tiddy)
Emily Grace Tiddy and her daughter Ethel Annette
Emily Grace Tiddy and her daughter Ethel Annette (20112268)
Emily Grace Tiddy and her daughter Ethel Annette at Bella Vista now Penhayes. The photos in this collection feature the family of Richard Tiddy and Emily nee James (daughter of James Roberts James, who lived at 'Woodbine Villa' and ran the mail coaches & a carrier service). Richard was born in Bissoe but all the rest were born in Grampound. Richard was Clerk of Works at one point and also worked as Maintenance Foreman for the Hawkin & Johnstone families at Trewithan. He remade the dock gates at Pentewan for the Johnstone family. He was also a Local Preacher for the Wesleyan Methodist St Austell circuit. George James features in a group with Richard & his sons. He was the son of Emily's brother Richard whose second wife was Caroline Croggan. George was brought up by Emily & her mother because of TB in the family. He used to drive Richard Tiddy to his preaching appointments in a pony & trap. The Tiddy and James family graves are back-to-back just inside the gate at Creed on the right. (Powell nee Tiddy)
Grampound School Scholars
Grampound School Scholars (20115021)
The Heritage Project was given this photograph by the School in 2009. On the back is inscribed "Great Grandfather William Andrew and his scholars and teachers at Grampound School of which he was Headmaster for 36 years. Great Gran also taught here too. This appears to show the Sunday School.Jane may be the Great Gran (Census 1891) (Parish Council Collection)
Probus School
Probus School (20115017)
Probus School 1927. Are any Grampound children/people featured here? (Hicks)
Grampound Civil Defence Corps 1940s
Grampound Civil Defence Corps 1940s (20110365)
Grampound Civil Defence Corps 1940s. Back row â€" Charlie Ford, Vernon Richards, ? King, Billy James, Donald Mitchell. Front row â€" Ernie Ford, Elvean Blake, Jack Bickle, Sid Honey, Jack Richards. This is probably just after the end of the war. Photograph by Negus, East Hill, St Austell. (Rowe)
Grampound Carnival Queen 1983
Grampound Carnival Queen 1983 (20110367)
Grampound Carnival Queen 1983. Carnival Queen is Emma Rowe. Attendants (l - r) Sharon Tullet and Christine Pipe. (Rowe)
Grampound Women's Institute 50th Anniversary
Grampound Women's Institute 50th Anniversary (20110366)
Grampound Women's Institute 50th Anniversary 1974. Committee Members l to r are Trixie Crocker, June Teague, Liz Sherman, Joy Bennett, Pat Paynter, Nancy Newman, Enid Heather, Stella Juleff, Valerie Blayney, Mary Broom, Lilian Mannell. Cutting the cake is Mrs Ellis. Photograph by Robert Roskrow of Highertown Truro. (Rowe)
Grampound Scouts July 15th 1939
Grampound Scouts July 15th 1939 (20110364)
Grampound Scouts July 15th 1939. Pictured l to r Gerald Goyne, Bill Knowles, Clarence Landry, Richard Teague, George Rowe, Richard Pascoe. (Rowe)
Grampound's First Carnival Queen 1937
Grampound's First Carnival Queen 1937 (20110361)
Grampound’s First Carnival Queen 1937 was Pauline Ellis (now Whetter). This photo was kindly made available by Mrs Pauline Whetter. (Whetter)
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