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St Margaret's Village History
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High Jump at St Margaret's Sports Day. c1910
Sepia postcard. undated but after 1909 and pre 1914. The man second on the left holding a card is J.B.Madge Rev. Moberly is on the left behind the jumper. Dr Molesworth is on the extreme right
High Street, Beehive Stores and Madge's Stores
This sepia postcard, number 1697 in the 'Victoria Series' published by John Davis of 24 Queen Victoria Street, London E C, shows the village High Street and the stores of Sidney Houghton and J B ...
High Street, Madge's Stores. c.1900
Two black and white photographs featuring Madge's Stores, High Street, St Margaret's at Cliffe. In the first, the gentleman standing in the doorway appears to be J B Madge, the proprietor. In the second he is standing ...
Joseph and Selina Madge, c.1895
Black and white photograph of Joseph and Selina Madge
Madge family group portraits. c. 1905
A series of four black and white photographs featuring Joseph Beavis Madge, his wife Selina and their only son Karl. All taken in a garden setting, probably their own house in Well Lane.
Musicians and spectators at St Margaret's Sports Day. c1910
Sepia postcard. undated The man in the straw boater in the front row of spectators to the extreme left is Sydney Houghton. The man in the light suit standing next to the orchestra on the left is ...
Officials at St Margaret's Sports Day. c1909
Sepia postcard. This photograph shows some of the most active people in the Edwardian village community. Undated but after 1909 as Rev. Moberly (4th from right, standing) did not come to St Margaret's until December 1909. Other figures ...
Officials at St Margaret's Sports Days. 1910
Black and white photograph. JB Madge centre with Rosette and papers.
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