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Women at Creed Rectory
Women at Creed Rectory (20120517)
A group of women photographed at Creed Rectory on July 29th 1895. There is no indication of the nature of the group but possibly Mother's Union. The woman standing in the back row third from the left is Mrs Minnie Scholar of Penbetha, mother of Fred Scholar whose memories of Grampound in the 20th century have been published by the Grampound with Creed Heritage Project. Fred's father was Thomas Scholar and Minnie was his second wife, his first wife having died in Devon at a young age. She was born Minnie Treneer at Laity Moor near Ponsonooth in the parish of St Gluvias (Penryn) and came to Grampound, probably in the 1880s, to work as a nurse to the children of Revd and Mrs Vivian at Creed Rectory. Minnie married Thomas Scholar late in 1891 and they went on to have eight children, including Frederick Charles - 'Fred'. She is buried at Creed Church. (Scholar)
Grampound production
Grampound production (20120374)
Probably a school production. Date unknown. (Crowe)
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)
Old Bridge
Old Bridge (20115019)
Bermondsey, Old Bridge, Old Smithy etc â€" date unknown. (Hicks)
Grampound Road Station
Grampound Road Station (20115015)
Grampound Road Station â€" date unknown but late 19th/early 20th century? (Hicks)
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)
Top of Fore Street looking west
Top of Fore Street looking west (20091004)
Top of Fore Street looking west from just below the sub Post Office which was then in the present (2008) antiques shop. The Town Hall clock shown is the old octagonal one that was replaced in the late 1890s. (Paynter)
Bible Christian Chapel
Bible Christian Chapel (20090195)
An original drawing for the Booklet ‘Grampound with Creed’ published in 1992 by Amy Bane and Mary Oliver. The Bible Christian Chapel in Creed Lane, built in 1881. It was converted into a private dwelling c1990 and called ‘The Old Chapel’. (Oliver)
Trevillick House
Trevillick House (20090176)
A group of adults and children outside Trevillick House, Fore Street, Grampound. The Town Hall clock dates this picture before c1894. (Oliver)
Creed church before 1885
Creed church before 1885 (20090041)
Creed Church before repair and extension of the Churchyard; this work was undertaken in 1885 (Croggon)
Fore street 1886
Fore street 1886 (20090040)
Fore Street 1886 showing two men and a child - looking west (Croggon)
Fore street 1886
Fore street 1886 (20090039)
Fore Street looking west in 1886 showing figures and Town Hall (Croggon)