Delighted to present and preserve these portraits offered by Mr and Mrs Bower. Sharing their known ancestral relations associates the Huthwaite family names of Allsop, Hallam, Carrington and Nunn.
First couple shows a Miss Sarah Allsop, born 1888 at 38 Newcastle Street, who wed Frederick Hallam 1906 at All Saints Church, Huthwaite. Their first home on Market Street was in Pudding Bag Yard until being moved into Bonser Crescent.
Mavis would like to know more about the following relatives. Florrie was a niece of Sarah Hallam, and the unnamed fellow could also be a related Hallam.
One of three mourning cards reflect dated deaths of these family members.
Revealed below is Miss Eliza Ann Hallam whom, shown as Mrs Carrington is addressed outside 37 Club Yard. Happily wed in fashionable attire outside All Saints Church doorway are Jack and Mrs Gladys Nunn. The young Miss Mavis Carrington is herself shown sitting between mother Mrs Carrington and the related Mrs Nunn.
I'm pleased to recognise Mrs Edith Yates in the past Miners Arms public house from long after these c1957 scenes. Presentation made to former local councillor Roy Elliott is witnessed by the central Bill Hallam, aside landlord Baron Yates wearing his distinguishing bow tie.
One of many annual flower plus gardening competitions hosted by Mr and Mrs Yates furthermore identifies given family names for Joe Rogers, John (Pommer) Thompson of Woodland Avenue, Bill Hallam, Bill Hickingbottom and Noel Carrington.
This 1904 team certainly identified the old Blenheim ground off Little Lane Huthwaite Peacock and Hucknall Huthwaite West End FC did share the pitch. The name recalled is Huthwaite Trinity FC, and as these are quite young faces, that would suggest they likely represented the nearby Blackwell Road Church School. Noted names of related interest here are Jim (Griff) Griffiths in front row second left, plus Fred Hallam far right.