Mrs Seagrave is probably still best known as Mary Stone. A Huthwaite resident with colourful memories from being raised as the adopted daughter of Hettie Stone. Family album magnificently shows Hetties well known Sutton Road hairdressing salon, dating far back aside one former Huthwaite Post Office.
The Library later built opposite roadside is where Mrs Seagrave is shown given honour of cutting its 2013 centenary cake. Mary did claim longest known living membership, when also noting after a long past marriage her genealogy quest was for tracing original Mcgurk roots.
Neighbouring childhood friends circa 1950 represent families residing in New Fall Street former terraced blocks. A happy faced gang are named Backrow:- ???, Della Keeling, Maureen Griffin, Malcolm Keeling, Derek Bowmer.
Frontrow:- Ellen Mansell, Edwin Allen, Mary Stone, Alan Keeling, Jean Vardy, ???, Harran Head
A bowls team show off trophies upon their Welfare park match grounds. Mr Bradreth is recalled for his time as Park Caretaker, very proudly maintaining their greens and flower bordered footpaths. Footballers from 1904, plus United at the 1913 White Swan have since been featured. Notes left by 105 year old Miss Offiler offers reference witnessing some rapid 20th century developments.