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  • 60's Club Celebrates 100 members, 1993

    From L-R: Founder members, Mrs Kinchin, Mrs Wright, Dick Ward, Mrs Porter. [Is this correct?]
  • Back from market

    Arthur Kinchin , market gardener, back from market in Birmingham/Bristol.
  • Class 2 School Group Photograph, 1987

    Teacher: Elaine Shewan

    Pupils - from L-R:

    Holding board: Michelle Grinnall

    Front row: Katie Maull, Louisa Keitley, Elizabeth Mackenzie, Melanie Wasley, Julie Kinchin, Melanie Fincham

    Middle row: Sarah Bellew, Stephen Titmus, Adam Trainor, Adam Hingley, James Righton, Kate Righton

    Back row: James Grinnall, Samuel Jones, Simon Nicholas, Duncan Hopkins, Oliver Hartshorn

  • Class 3 School Group Photograph, 1984

    Teacher: Elaine Shewan

    Pupils - From L-R:

    Front row: Sarah Manktelow, Emma Hartshorn, Hannah Garton, Zena Griffin, Louise Kinchin, Sarah Keitley, Katy March, Samantha ?

    Middle row: Andrew Wright, Rory McEwan, Mark Lloyd, Neil Lodge, James Hollis, Peter Garret, James Wright, Nicholas Melville

    Back row: Ben Fairfax, Samantha Clark, Deborah Moss, Lisa Trainor, Jonathan Hinton

  • Cricket Team Loses Match

    This photograph is taken from an undated newspaper cutting. The caption below reads: Runs were plentiful at Mickleton on Sunday but the home team's total of 124 was not enough to beat the "Gloucestershire Echo" who won by five wickets. Our picture of the Mickleton team and umpires shows, back row (left to right): Sgt.-Maj. Matthews, D.Taylor, E.Buggins, A.Kitchen, A.H.Wright, H. Simmons and A. Grinnall. Front: J.Kinchin, A.Hicklin, R.Simmons (capt.), J.Brain and D.Barnes.

    The photograph was taken in front of the pavillion at the Senior Playing Field.

  • Father E.P. Hammond Retires

    Photograph and newspaper article, written by Mickleton reporter, John W.Kinchin, recording the life and work of the Reverend Hammond, vicar at St Lawrence's Church for 22 years.
  • Football Club

    Back row from L-R: Neil Potter, Arthur Roberts, ?, William Clarke, ?, Richard Brain, Toby Lewis, ? Barnes?

    Front row from L-R: ?, ?, Graham Rose, Les Barnes, Michael Clark, Michael Kinchin.

  • Football Team

    Date unknown.

    Back row, L-R: Michael Fairfax, Colin Dyde, Percy Lynes, Graham Mills, Tony Hickling, Dick Brain

    Front row, L-R: Ray Cotton, John Brain, Bert Simmons, Ray Allard, John Kinchin

  • Football Team - Gloucester Minor Cup Winners

    Back row: l to r: L Kinchin, E Mace, D Clarke, P Lynes, G Mills, H Peachy, D Mathews, W Brown, J Smith

    Front row: l to r: M Fairfax, M Williams, J Kinchin, L Barnes, H Organ, J Baker, ? Pitcher

  • Football Team, 1961

    Back row from L-R: Neil Potter, Arthur Roberts, ?, William Clarke, ?, Richard Brain, Toby Lewis, ? Barnes?

    Front row from L-R: ?, ?, Graham Rose, Les Barnes, Michael Clark, Michael Kinchin.

  • Frank Kinchin & Family

    Frank Kinchin, then owner of the Post Office, outside the store with his wife, Mary and children, Horace and Mary.
  • Garage Staff in the early 1950s

    From L-R: Rowland Bennett, Aubrey Harper, Margaret Hutchinson nee Kinchin, Graham [Tracker] Mills, Ted [Chippy] Davis.

    The owner at this time was Mr Rosamund.

  • Greyrick House

    W side of Mill Bank, through to Hobb's Alley.

    Camera facing SE.

    View across land now used for market gardening, enclosed between Mill Bank and Hobb's Alley - when Mr Wyatt farmed the land in the early years of this century he had a right to drive his sheep through here and out into Gloucester Lane (Mr Lewis Kinchin, June 1975).  Looking across at the back of the house and the unbroken line of farm buildings which adjoins, first a brick barn with dormers, then a stone barn said to have been a malthouse years ago - a singularly pleasant view in the centre of the village which we hope will remain.

  • Haymakers

    Still working with hand rakes. Date unknown. May be at Peter's Farm near Broadway Tower.

    Back row: Eric Sollis, Arthur Kinchin, ?, ?

    Middle row: ?

    Front row: ?, Ernest Holder, ?, ?

  • Kinchin Family outside Vine Cottage

    Mary Kinchin with Horace and baby Mary outside Vine Cottage, formerly known as Tracey's Cottage c1900.


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