GRANGETOWN IN TIMES PAST
St Marys School
Mick Traynor - Boer War Recruit + Others
Streets and Buildings
World War One 1914 -18
Parish, Priests and Processions
Street Stories + Characters
1925 Ladies Parish Outing + More
A Tale from the Duckie + other stories
World War Two 1939 - 45
Messages from Home & Abroad
Shops and Shopkeepers
The World of Work
Upstairs and Downstairs...
The Board School
Pochin Road Infants School
Leisure & Sports
Grangetown Boys' Club
Sir Wm Worsley School
Maps, Plans & Aerial Photos
St Peter's Senior School
St Matthew's Parish
Eston Grammar School
Trolley Buses TRTB
Grangetown Methodist Church
Eston Technical School
Contact Information for Grangetown in Times Past
Links for Grangetown in Times Past
Salvation Army Band 1934
| photo - courtesy of Dennis King
Back Row: Harry Hudson, Tom Coats, Wm Dawkins, Jim Taylor, Tom Appleby, John Archer, C.Atkinson, C. Brigham, Will Clark.
Front Row: Tom Williams, Fred Codling, Robert Read, Mabel Phillips, Jim Jackson, Dorothy Wright, Joe Holmes, T.Dawkins, Harold Caswell, Wm Clark.
Salvation Army Band
|photo - courtesy of Dennis King|
Salvation Army Children - Bessemer St c 1954
|photo - courtesy of Flo Lincoln
Only people I remember are:
Florence Loader, Marion Smith, Mary & Allen Crowther, Sylvia, Norma & Sharron Brooks, Dorothy Leach, Joan Pearce, Linda Brigham, Rose of the Salvation Army.
Taken in approx. 1954 Bessemer Street Salvation Army.
Florence Lincoln nee Loader
Linda Brigham is the niece of Gertie Brigham of "Upstairs and Downstairs" section. SB
Salvation Army Tent Crusade 1934
|Salvation Army Tent Crusade c 1930's - courtesy of Mr Clarke of Beckenham|
The Salvation Amy Girls c 1920's
|The Salvation Amy Girls c 1920's - courtesy of Col. William Clark
L-R: Florence Macadam later Read; Unknown; Florence King later Clark; Beatrice King later Jones; Cecilia King.
The Clark Family moved to Grangetown from South Bank in 1925 just after William Clark was born. They were all dedicated members of the Grangetown Corps which sadly closed a few years ago and its members transferred to Eston, Middlesbrough West and Pallister Park Corps.
Pictured above is William's mother Florence King in the centre with her two sisters on the right.
Salvation Army Singers 1927
|Salvation Army Singers 1927 - courtesy of Craig Hornby
The brickwork behind looks like the Board School playground and featured are:
Back Row: B Jackson; R Gibson; E Dawkins; A Becker; J Bullock; J Watson
Middle Row: Mrs L Hudson; Mrs McKie; Mrs Garbutt; Bandsman T Tary; Mrs Kirk; Mrs Darbyson; Mrs Adams; Mr Coates
Front Row: Mrs Thomas; Benton, Evans; S/Ldr Williams; Capt Mussett; Dep G Garbutt; Mrs Aungers; Mrs Tary; Mrs Richardson