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Photo from Hathern Rectory given to Mrs. Griiffin who worked there for Rev. Ison
Thought originally to be daughter of the Rev. Ison but may be Marjorie the daughter of Rev. Lawrance who was the previous incumbent
Re-imagining of the "children on the Cross' picture from around 50 years earlier
John E.Tollington 1846-1927 married Sarah Strickland in August 1866 in Loughborough. They raised 11 children.
Born in Hathern Feb 6th 1820 to William and Sarah (nee Harrison). Married 1848 and settled in Melbourne, Derbyshire working as blacksmith employing 2 men and 2 boys. Died in Kaiapoi, New Zealand, in 1875.
Ada (Adah) Hunt, nee Spencer, dress maker and milliner with her husband James Hunt, tailor.
Ada was born in Hathern in 1823, and one month later was christened at the Methodist Church in Loughborough and baptised in Hathern. Ada converted to Catholicism later in life, marrying James in the Catholic chapel in Loughborough.They had 9 children whilst living in Loughborough and Leicester. Ada died in 1908 in a Dominican convent in Leicester.
James North. Born in Hathern April 6th 1823, 7th child of 14 to John North and Hannah (nee Hunt).
Moved to Loughborough in 1841 and married Sarah Shepherd at Stanford-on-Soar in 1845. In 1849 the couple emigrated to Australia on the ship “Ann Milne” and John worked as a blacksmith in Port Fairy, Victoria. In 1860 emigrated on ship “SS Active” to Dunedin, NZ, settling in Portobello, Otago (315 acres). On Sept 18th he accidentally drowned in Otago harbour. The couple had 11 children (2 in England, 4 in Australia and 5 in New Zealand).
Sunday School outing with names appended
School photo with headmaster Mr. Fern
Football team, maybe adult school. From D.Spencer collection.
Adult school football team. From D.Spencer collection
Baptist chapel outing with names appended
St. John's ambulance
Lady Crawshaw presenting
Herbert Everard Spencer, baker for the Co-op
Edwin Burnhill ?
Hansel and Gretel play
Looking down Wide Street
Toad Hall play
Carnival train ride