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PHOTOGRAPHS IN THE BAIPIP ARCHIVES

ST PAUL'S CHURCH

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 1   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa 1952

Brierley Mothers Union  

Front row L to R:

?, Mrs Ethel Grimes, ?, Mrs Baker, Mary Winham (Bowden), Mrs Dyson, Mrs Greenall, Mrs Greenhough

Back row L to R:

Mrs J Wroe, Mrs C Turner, ?,Mrs O Grimes, Mrs Woodward, Mrs Picken, Mrs J Dixon, Dorothy Booker (Marigold), Rev Grainger, Mrs Brazier (Winham), ?, Mrs Fry (postmistress), ?, Mrs Watmough,?, ?, ?.

Thanks to Keith Grimes and brothers Gordon, Ron and John Steele for providing the names to this photograph.

Photograph and information supplied by Winifred Goulding (nee Walker).

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 2

Circa 1950s

Sunday School visit to Burntwood Hall

Left to right; Catherine Harris, Pat Harris, Sheila Dixon, Jill Cowling, Pat Cowling, Joan Goodhall, Beryl Webb, Carol Holder, Dorothy Moorhouse, Mary Steele and Paul Goodhall.

Photograph and information provided by Doreen Bradbury

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 3

1949

Sunday School visit to Burntwood Hall

No known faces, can you help?

Photograph re produced from an old newspaper cutting

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 4

Circa late 1960s

Gifts for the poor

This looks like one of those occasions when the children gathered together all their unused toys and books to send to a poorer country.

Known faces:  Mr Cartwright (curate), Elizabeth and Jane Nunn, James Cavanagh, Barbara Nixon, Neil Tibble?, Frank Wright, John and Amanda Burton.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 5  This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

1949

Sunday School visit to Burntwood Hall

Mrs Dymond Lady of the Hall, showing the children round the ancient wall battlements and statuettes. Right front Raymond and Gordon Steele. Next to Mrs Dymond are Mary Steele with Elaine Hodgson.

Photograph re produced from an old newspaper cutting.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 6

1955

Church Bazaar held in the Institute

After opening the Bazaar, Mrs J M Webb was presented with a huge Christmas cracker by Janet Edson. Mrs Webb then took Janet on a tour of the stalls and here Mrs Marigold tempts them with a couple of ornaments. 2nd left Mrs Edson far right is Mrs Webb and Janet is the little girl in the middle.

Photograph re produced from an old newspaper cutting.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 7

1955

Sunday School visit to Burntwood Hall

Left to right: Alan Fleetwood, David Nichols and brothers Raymond and Gordon Steele.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 8

Circa 1920s

Church Institute Trustees

Back row left to right: Jack Steele, Reverend Hill and Halliday Thorpe. The only other known face is William Haigh on the bottom right.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 9

Circa 1960s

Garden Party

The Reverend Terence Boyard Webster tries his luck on the Hoopla stall. The tall chap at the back is Mr Burton and Mrs Burton is also at the back with the glasses. John Keele is the young chap at the front with the big smile.

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 10   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa late 1960s

Confirmation service at Felkirk St Peterís

The Reverend Terence Boyard Webster is on the left stood at the side of the Bishop Eric Treacy from Wakefield. Lee Smith is on the left of the three boys on the second row. The next chap is unknown and John Keele. On the bottom row of boys left to right: ?, Glen Smith, ?, ?, Peter Wilkinson, Graham Marsh, Keith Dyson and ?. Susan Armitage is on the bottom row of girls 6th from the left.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 11

Date unknown

Womanís Institute Gathering

Left to right: Mrs Wood, Jean Johnson and Mrs Lovett.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 12   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

1951

Church Institute old folks treat

The vicar is the Reverend Jarman and sat directly opposite him are Mr and Mrs Rogerson. Fourth down from Mr Jarman is William Shackleton. On the right hand table the second chap down with the pipe is Mr Dinsdale.

Information provided by Gordon and John Steele.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 13   This photograph is on line. Click the photograph number to view

Circa 1952/53

St Paul's Church Sunday School outing to Burntwood

The vicar is Mr Terence Boyard Webster. 2nd row from the back, lad with the striped cardigan is Raymond Steele. The little lad two to his left popping his head through with the big smile is Raymondís brother Gordon Steele, and to his left is David Nichol.

Information provided by Gordon Steele.

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting.

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Photograph number: St Paulís Church 14

1951

Church Institute old folks treat

The oldest couple at the treat were Mr and Mrs J W Steele, 86 and 81 years respectively. Also on the photograph is the Rev H Jarman. At one time Mrs Steele was the caretaker of the church and Institute.

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting supplied by Gordon Steele.

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Photograph number: St Paul ís Church 15

1990

Womenís Institute Christmas party

The event was held at 10 Church Street the home of Jean Johnson. Left to right: Mrs Burton, Lucy Corcoran, Mrs Lovett, Mrs Dixon and Mary Graham.

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Photograph number: St Paul ís Church 16

1990

Womenís Institute Christmas party

The event was held at 10 Church Street the home of Jean Johnson. Left to right: Mrs Lovett, Jean Johnson and Grace Denton.

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Photograph number: St Paul ís Church 17

1990

Womenís Institute Christmas party

The event was held at 10 Church Street the home of Jean Johnson. Left to right: Mrs Peacock, Mrs Armitage, ? and Winifred Goulding.

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Photograph number: St Paul ís Church 18

1990

Womenís Institute Christmas party

The event was held at 10 Church Street the home of Jean Johnson. Left to right: Mary Graham, Mrs Goddard, Jean Johnson and Grace Denton.

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Photograph number: St Paul ís Church 19

Circa 1948/49

Sunday school visit to Burntwood Hall

Number 1 is Mrs Greenhough 2 Sylvia Dixon 3 Mrs Dyson 4 Barbara Lawton and 5  is Neil Mansfield

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