ASPECTS OF HARVINGTON'S HISTORY
A personal rendering

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PEOPLE

OF

HARVINGTON



INTRODUCTION

This is a similar page to 'Pictures' but deals with people rather then street scenes and houses. At present it mainly contains groups of people connected to Harvington. The following photographs have been gathered from various sources and, where possible, have been accredited.

Photograph of a village fete in the grounds of the Rectory. There are two copies of this photograph: written alongside the 1st is "1910 Harvington Village Fete", and below the 2nd is "right to left 1st aunt Nancy Cook, 4th Granny Cook (2nd), 5th aunt Hilda Cook". From the Cook Family Collection.
Photograph of mostly children taken in the grounds of the Rectory. From the Shailer Family.
Photograph of a church fete. Written alongside is "Thomas Hancock's 2nd wife, Annie Hancock 2nd left". From the Cook Family Collection.
Photograph of Mr Grimmett, the village blacksmith, sitting upon the cider press mill stone. From the Cook Family Collection.
Harvesting near the Fish and Anchor. Written alongside is "The Stratton's at Fish & Anchor". From the Cook Family Collection.
1920 - Lilian Shailer in black stockings, aunt of Angela Rawlings. From the Rawlings Family.
Constance Rawlings, Village midwife, circa 1910.
Doris Coley, Hilda Brewer (left of lady in black coat), Mrs Beazeley (right of lady in black coat), ?, ?
Taken at the back of the Golden Cross.
A fete in the Rectory garden. Reg Coley is second from the right.
A harvest supper at the village hall. Reg Coley, Ralph Brazier, John Bull, Mrs Bull, Rev Johnson, Ray Cresswell.
Taken on Station Bank
Sunday best in the orchards. Written alongside is "1905?". From Cook Family Collection.
Photograph of a group of hop pickers. Written alongside is "1905?". From Cook Family Collection.
Hop picking. Written alongside is "Hop picking 1905?". From Cook Family Collection.
Photograph of a harvesting group. Written alongside is "3rd left J Tyack and friends". From Cook Family Collection.
Harvesting during WW1. Written alongside "Wartime Volunteers 1917". From Cook Family Collection.
Harvesting during WW1. Written alongside "Wartime Volunteers hop pickers about 1917". From Cook Family Collection.