Donators Gallery Index

With grateful thanks acknowledging all contributors

Having gratefully received copies of old postcards, family albums and memorabilia covering a wide range of historic Huthwaite interests, most are directly donated by residents past and present, upon finding interest from readers near and far. All these magnificent scenes help reveal and better record many startling village changes while adding genealogy interests by portraying related family groups.

This Gallery Index recognises all named donators, offered in thanks of receiving all kinds of information. Diversely ranging from personal memories or small news clippings, to specialised knowledge about any related subjects or entire family albums tying other descendants. Even smallest snippets of data have proved helpfully enlightening. So I really would like to add your name here as a significant contributor who assisted in pictorially depicting village changes.

Side menu additionally acknowledges donators able to supply larger photographic collections. These may well mix topical subjects amid family portraits. While aiming to eventually include all among topical pages, they are collectively shown in Preview Albums as a way to ensure initial display. They also offer a reference in potentially raising other related interests and through your recognition to expand broader knowledge.

Facebook has since emerged as the latest form of social media. Members of a Sutton-in-Ashfield group do find a new wealth of historic photos. There's surely more to be discovered, perhaps including your own, and although these are indirectly shared, credit will whenever possible be given the identified original donator. Consideration has been given adding a specific Huthwaite group. But the additional work requiring regular monitoring would distract a personal long term commitment into wider reseach behind continually updating this well established Huthwaite-Online website. My studious preference retains contact via email.

AcknowledgingIn thanks for contributing images, memories or information relating Huthwaite
Richard HammertonExtends a Huthwaite WWI Memorial to John Walter Hill, as his grandfathers brother.
Mr Steven CookePresents a few more past underground scenes once faced below New Hucknall Colliery
Mr Keith RickersInheriting a family album shows close Huthwaite ties, initially featuring an Uncle Jim.
Mr Tony FisherTony Fisher adds more unique photos further exposing the past New Hucknall Colliery.
Mrs Shirley WardConfirms from New Zealand her Huthwaite interests with founders of the Toffee Factory
Mr Eric OliverResearching into partner Carol's genealogy exposes an influential Mr William Fidler
Mr Paul HarveyMore family links may be revealed, after finally exposing footballer George Reeves.
Mr & Mrs Cornwellfrom Huthwaite schooling through her family names of Hancock and Elliott
Mr Mike Cookfamily kept medals uncover a locally unrecognised WWII victim Private Hughes.
Mr Richard Hilldiscovers later whereabouts of the Huthwaite mineral surveyor John Thomas Boot.
Mr Dave Phillipsremembers CWS takeover after keenly following trains serving New Hucknall Colliery.
Miss Linda Youngpresents names for most of class three from year 1969 at John Davis School.
Mr Trevor Leelocal cinema / theatre historian discovers past musical talents of Reg Holland.
Mr Mike SmithReveals some of his relatives and their neighbours celebrating on George Street.
Mr Chris ShawExposes past Huthwaite ancestors relating WWII death of Private John Henry Shaw.
Mr Bernard O'ConnorRecalls following his fathers career as a WWII Naval Medical Supplies Storeman.
Mr Mark FittallLiving in Egypt shares dated memories of when parents once ran the Portland Arms.
Mr Glen MorrisReveals former Lyric demolition coming after his fathers joinery business partnership.
Mr & Mrs AbbottA comprehensive family album featuring a WWI hero, plus their son's acting career.
Mrs Nicol DaleAntiquarian book dealer in Wales discovers three preserved silk memorial bookmarks.
Mr John NowellReveals some 1950's photographs exposing a Huthwaite St John Ambulance Brigade.
Ms Chris KidgerAdds interest to emergency services showing the first Sutton motor Ambulance.
Mrs Shirley Ward Facebook message relates her fathers founding of Huthwaite Edwardian Confectionery.
Mrs Diane SheppardReveals her Coleman relations who ran a Huthwaite shop aside the Portland Arms.
Mr Davd SmithOur teacher at the former Huthwaite Secondary Schools exposes his ancestral ties.
Mr David EgginsonRaises subject of collier fatalities with reported relations fate of Thomas Marshall.
Julia WarneShares information concerning her great grandparents Simeon and Mary Ann Watson.
Mr Gerry WardConfirms an uncle Private Frederick Smith is rightfully given WWII remembrance.
Mr Bill TownsendPresents schoolboy memory in the 1953 cup winning team of New Street Juniors FC.
Mrs Lynne WestonAdds information and photos exposing Sherwood Foresters in the WWI War Memorial.
Mrs Mary MageeHer Rutter grandparents ran the Shoulder of Mutton when marriage tied our Elliott line.
Mr Darron EllisA marvellous album shared amongst broader Sutton-in-Ashfield Facebook coverage
Mr David StonesShares memories and our tied geneology, while magnificently featuring the CWS FC
Mr Malcolm ClarksonDisplays family roots among historic memorabilia covering Sutton Road Methodists
Mrs Mary SeagraveRaised in Huthwaite a daughter of Hettie Stone, sharing memories and family photos
Mr Adrian EverleyProvides his family album portraying Bromley relatives plus New Street Classrooms
Ms Elizabeth PaceyExposes 1948 Press clipping reveals a Ukrainian choir in hostel upon Common Rd
Mr & Mrs BowerHuthwaite groups and portraits linking surnames of Hallam, Allsop, Carrington, Nunn
Mr Mick BostockMagnificent album nostalgically covering his working life at the New Hucknall Colliery
Mr Ken SwainA 1917 family photograph of the uniformed WW1 veteran Lance Corporal George Blow
Rachel FarrandResearch links to Huthwaite names on the Notts County Council war memorial.
Johan LubbeReveals our first school headmaster named Boardman who moved onto Burton Latimer
Alan ChamberlainDiscovers an original White Lion Rule book for hosting their Sick and Dividing Society
Bernd FrostUncovers our original Portland Arms pub sign now hangs on his Portland barn, Canada
Mr Brian HayesSharing Huthwaite name and ties with his own impressively unique pit photo collection.
Mr Roy ElliottNow my father digitizes his family slides revealing some background village changes.
Mr Allan JarvisAdding interest with material helping share his own Holland ancestors in Huthwaite.
Mr Glynn WaiteSpecialist researcher and author further revealing our past Whiteboro' Railway Station.
Ms Jaquie CookKindly offering a village lookup services from her 1881 Nottinghamshire census.
Mr Brian HayesPersonally exposing the Portland Arms with video coverage following 2000 demolition.
Mr Trevor AshmoreVarious album photographs with relational press plus more specialised references.
Nicolette HaynesReceived from Archive CD Books Ltd helps fill a historic gap with Whites 1844 extract
Mr Ben WoolleyRecollections and loan of a rare informative Sutton diary book by E.E. Needham 1913
Mr Des TaylorRecalling his farm land memories which firstly exposed past village Quaker plot. RIP
Mr John FlowersLoan of brother James excellent book recounting RAF war years as flight rear gunner
Mr Robert HollandExtensive family history sharing photos of roots firmly planted in Hucknall Huthwaite
Mavis RadfordPhotos of her families village business interests with keen memory recalling more
Betty Smith and MidgeThe sisters now share past Huthwaite interests revealed from their Fox family album
Mr & Mrs G SuggsSupplying full genealogy data updating one Huthwaite Hill families World Record
Ms Sharon MarshallArchived 1925 news report naming residents and including relative connections.
Mr Alex FisherSecretary of Westhouses Residents Association sharing mutual train connections
Mrs A M BrooksSharing album of memories recalling her notable family origins in Huthwaite. RIP
Mrs Iris EvansSharing family contacts and some historically claimed findings upon Boots Yard
Mr Roy WhittakerTranscribed 1913 family news cutting reporting Mr and Mrs Hills diamond wedding
Miss Jennifer GleesonHuthwaite Secondary School 1960 - 1977 commemorative brochure.
Mr Mick O´SullivanPhotographic collection covering New Hucknall Colliery under NCB and its closure
Mr John KnightSupplying ancestral relatives original architects sketch for Huthwaite Library.
Mr George WoodwardPersonal memories and various historical documents recalling Hucknall District. RIP
Mr Michael DenbyAttempts sharing village and customers interests through Huthwaite Market Club. RIP
Mr Ralph AllcockA former resident now in Canada sent full 1884 ordnance survey map of Huthwaite.
Mrs Jayne ElliottThe current village barber who kindly offered old postcard scenes plus memorabilia.
Mr Paul BradshawFamily photograph of past business and research towards a War Memorial Project.
Rev Charles MaidenEnabling supply of historic material relating to All Saints Parish Church.
Mr David PennySourcing photographs of Huthwaites past local events and New Hucknall Colliery. RIP
Mr Tom HardwickOne elder resident who accurately recalled many early village developments. RIP
Mr Bill HarrisonHis memories and reference documents pertaining to New Hucknall Colliery. RIP
Mr John Bootespecially for sourcing rare photographs and memorabilia of New Hucknall Colliery.
Mrs E & Mr D Wallacesharing Eileens greatly documented and long family history within Huthwaite.
Miss Helen WilsonHelpful research plus sharing images and many past Local Genealogy Services.
Dr Kevin HillSharing his personal collection of village postcards with mutual interest with E Lakin.

Entrusted with archiving prized family photos and documented memorabilia, these marvellously depict so many lost Huthwaite scenes of nostalgic and historic interests. Eagerly listening too, but reaching beyond eldest villager memories, the broadening coverage into ancestral genealogy could start revealing several interlinked influential family surnames to further expand interest and local knowledge.

Written 2002 Revised 23 Jun 17 © by Gary Elliott