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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)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120513)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development â€" June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120512)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development â€" June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120511)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development â€" June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120510)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development - June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120509)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development â€" June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Tannery Development 2012
Tannery Development 2012 (20120508)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development â€" June 2012. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Manor Tannery Development 2012
Manor Tannery Development 2012 (20120507)
Aerial photo of the tannery re-development June 2012. Site is mid top of the photograph. At the end of 2011 the re-development of the old Manor Tannery site began. The re-development consisted partly of new-build on land formerly owned by the Manor Tannery and the repair and conversion of those of the tannery buildings that were of architectural merit. These were to become residential and commercial units. The company J Croggon and Sons had traded from the Manor Tannery since 1845 but the Croggon family had operated tanneries in Grampound since 1712. The company finally ceased trading in 2002. (Squire)
Sandra and Susan Spry at Creed Lane in 1957
Sandra and Susan Spry at Creed Lane in 1957 (20110331)
Sandra and Susan Spry at Creed Lane in 1957 (Spry)
Basil Spry with Austin Van
Basil Spry with Austin Van (20110320)
Basil Spry with Austin van outside the police house opposite the junction to Creed Lane. (Spry)
Grampound Children’s Choir c1945
Grampound Children’s Choir c1945 (20110351)
Grampound Children’s Choir c1945. Back row (l to r) Miss KB Richards (Conductor), Miss Rona Teague, Stella Juleff (Mannell), Jean Juleff (Hicks), Annie Knowles, Doreen Mannell, Audry Thomas (Way), Elsie Mannell, Mrs Williams (Accompanist). Second row (l to r) Shirley Chapman (Way), Unknown, Betty Snell, Patsy Bennett, Jill Matta, Sally Olver (Varcoe), Unknown. Third row (l to r) Joan Richards, Valerie Cock (Cundy), Iris Richards, Jean Mannell (Priddle), Jenny Horton (Rowe), Unknown, Unknown, Wendy Olver. Front row (l to r) John Few, Keith Richards, Michael Biddick, Unknown, Raymond Mannell, Vivian Mannell. Missing from photo is Roger Paynter. (Gummow nee Teague)
East Methodist Chapel Choir in Creed Lane
East Methodist Chapel Choir in Creed Lane (20110350)
East Methodist Chapel Choir in Creed Lane c1940s. Back row (l to r) Mr Will Knowles, Mr Mannell, Mr Claude Mannell, Mr Jim Mannell, Mr Clifford Bennett, Mr Ernie Mitchell, Mr Jack Ford. Middle row (l to r) Mrs Vinnie Pascoe, Mrs Lily Mannell, Nora Teague, Ruth Snell, Rona Teague, Daisy Mannell, Mrs Ernie Mitchell, Mrs Will Knowles. Front row (l to r) Miss KB Richards (Conductor), Billy Bennett, Patsy Bennett, Annie Knowles, Doreen Mannell, Will Knowles, Mrs Ida Warne (nee James) (organist). (Gummow nee Teague)
Ladies of Grampound East Methodist Chapel Choir
Ladies of Grampound East Methodist Chapel Choir (20110349)
Ladies of Grampound East Methodist Chapel Choir c1940s. Back row (l to r) Doreen Mannell, Mrs Mitchell, Miss KB Richards, Mrs Lola Warne, Mrs W Knowles, Miss Daisy Mannell. Middle row (l to r) Miss Rona Teague, Mrs Lillie Mannell, Mrs Nora Teague, Mrs Ruth Snell, Mrs Vinnie Pascoe. Front row (l to r) Miss Annie Knowles, Master Billy Bennett, Miss Patsy Bennett. (Gummow nee Teague)
Carnival Day - Steam Roller
Carnival Day - Steam Roller (20112209)
Carnival Day parade, steam roller at end of parade. (Paynter)
Road Works in Fore Street 1990s
Road Works in Fore Street 1990s (20112202)
Road works in Fore Street mid 1990s Godfrey’s of Grampound shop in background (Paynter)
Bikers Rally
Bikers Rally (20112201)
Bikers rally passing through Grampound (Paynter)
Ian Botham in Grampound
Ian Botham in Grampound (20112198)
Ian Botham Lands End to John O’Groats walk (Paynter)
Round Britain Cycle Race
Round Britain Cycle Race (20112197)
Round Britain cycle race (Milk race) passing through Grampound (Paynter)
Old Chapel - Creed Lane c1989
Old Chapel - Creed Lane c1989 (20112194)
The Old Chapel Creed Lane, 1989 approx. (Paynter)
Old Chapel - Creed Lane c1989
Old Chapel - Creed Lane c1989 (20112193)
The Old Chapel Creed Lane, 1989 approx. (Paynter)
Mini Rally 1990s
Mini Rally 1990s (20112192)
Mini rally Fore Street turning into Creed Lane mid 1990s (Paynter)
Mini Rally 1990s
Mini Rally 1990s (20112191)
Mini rally Fore Street turning into Creed Lane mid 1990s (Paynter)
Creed Lane Bungalow
Creed Lane Bungalow (20102116)
First bungalow Creed Lane 1965 (Paynter)
Creed Church
Creed Church (20100153)
Creed Church. (Hicks)
Town Hall Clock 1912
Town Hall Clock 1912 (20100148)
Town Hall clock pictured in 1912. The Vicar of Creed the Rev Charles Henry Vivian donated the clock to the village in 1894 as a farewell gift. This photograph appeared in a newspaper article to mark the clock’s centenary in December 1994. There used to be a door in this elevation of the Town Hall. (Hicks)
Pasty Making at Creed Rectory c1900
Pasty Making at Creed Rectory c1900 (20100127)
Pasty making competition at Creed Rectory c1900. This was an annual event. (Hicks)
Creed Rectory
Creed Rectory (20100125)
Creed Rectory. In the 1940s a Youth Club met in the house; table tennis was played in one of the front ground floor rooms shown. In 2008 the house was owned by William Croggon, formerly of the tannery. (Hicks)
Information about Creed Church
Information about Creed Church (20091034)
Information about Creed Church, the Parish Church of Grampound with Creed. The source of this information is not known. (Parish Council)
Creed Parish Church
Creed Parish Church (20091020)
Creed Parish Church viewed from Creed Lane. (Paynter)
Wesleyan Chapel
Wesleyan Chapel (20091015)
The exterior of the Bible Christian or Wesleyan Chapel in Creed Lane. There is no date on the photo but the dress of the woman suggests late 19th century or very early 20th; long dresses of this kind were rarely seen after World War One. (Paynter)
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