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Leonard Collinge included
Leonard Collinge, 1st left, back row
Johnny Collinge of New Delight Inn, Colden was among the lucky ones that came out of France in 1915
Rev M.G.J. Payne was vicar of St John's, Cragg Vale from 1918-1923. Mrs Payne is behind him on the right.
'Peace' celebration, 1919. Headmaster, Mr Jamieson is on the left; to the left of him is Annie Crossley. On the right hand end of that row is Minnie Wilkinson. Front row seated, L - R: Sam Hellowell; next ?; Jack Crossley
In the garden at Broadwood Cottages, Cragg Vale
Johnny Collinge is included
CHAMBERS - On January 30th, 1974, in hospital, Charles, aged 94 years, of 4, Knowl Top, Heptonstall, Hebden Bridge. Dearly loved husband of the late Annie Chambers.
A loving father and a much loved uncle. Service at Albert Street Chapel of Rest,…
A play given at Slack Chapel. Back row R to L: Vera Thorpe, Edith Hartley, Annie Redman, Clara Lonsdale
Front row R to L: Annie Speak, Gladys Rawsthorn, Ellen Speak, Ethel Denny
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