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Macnair, Frank Gordon c1945Dr Frank Macnair was a GP, between about about 1932 and 1947, based at Charlecote, on Church Lane and later in Winnington Road. He was also Medical Officer for the Marple Orthopaedic Hospital and worked part time at Stockport Infirmary. Provided by son Andrew. See comments for more information.Apr 02, 2021
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Macnair, Frank Gordon c1935Dr Frank Macnair with children at Marple Orthopaedic Hospital in c1935, where he was Medical Officer. Provided by son Andrew Macnair, see comments for more information.Apr 02, 2021
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Hodgkinson, SamuelSamuel Hodgkinson, one of the original owners of Hollins Mill. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Mar 21, 2021
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Hodgkinson, SamuelSamuel Hodgkinson, one of the original owners of Hollins Mill. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Mar 21, 2021
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Hodgkinson, AdelaideAdelaide Hodgkinson, wife of Samuel, one of the original owners of Hollins Mill. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Mar 21, 2021
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Lodge, OscarOscar Lodge used to interpret people’s character from their handwriting. He did this for various charities and ‘good causes’ like the Carver Playhouse, but didn’t always dress up - in my mother’s 1930s dressing gown back to front! In this picture he’s at a garden party in aid of the Carver in the Headridges’ garden at the end of Dale Road overlooking the deep valley of the Goyt towards the viaduct. Provided by son Ken Lodge.Dec 23, 2020
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Bradley, Wilfred and LilyWilfred Bradley and Lily Wisdom who married in 1927. Wilfred lived on Joseph Street, Marple with his parents, George and Mary Bradley. From Marple Local History Society Archives.Oct 21, 2020
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Turner FamilySeated are John and Elizabeth Turner, John was engineer at Shepley Mill. Behind is son Herbert John and young wife, Mary Jane (3rd wife). Herbert was 1st Engineer at the Goyt Mill. Girl is Clara Elizabeth Turner and boy is John Turner who died when he was 18. Provided to Marple Local History Society Archives by Anne Bradbury, daughter of Clara. Click to Read More.Jul 19, 2020
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Girl GuidesTwo guides from Marple Bridge, left is Dorothy Harrison, the other unknown. From Marple Local History Society Archives. May 01, 2020
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Mellor WI Golden Jubilee SeatA seat near Manchester Cathedral Home presented by Mellor WI for their Golden Jubilee celebrations in 1965. Councillor Headridge, Mrs E Atherton, Councillors Arnfield and Cooke. From Marple Local History Society Archives. Apr 23, 2020
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Rowbottom, JohnJohn Rowbottom, Mellor Blacksmith, delivering paraffin in a vehicle that might once have been the hearse. From Marple Local History Society Archives. Apr 23, 2020
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Sgt Richard Speakman KIA 15/9/1918A great photo of Sergeant Richard Speakman of Marple, who was killed in action during WWI on 15 September 1918. From Marple Local History Society Archives. Mar 16, 2020
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