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Archive for the ‘Montagu Street’ Category

Montagu Street was was laid out circa 1906 and named after Montagu Butterworth, a partner in a firm of solicitors in Old Town who financed much of the development in Rodbourne at this time (See also Morrison Street, Rose Street, etc).

Reg Maisey with his sons on Alan Maisey’s Wedding Day

Group Photo Info – L/R – Reg Maisey, Alan Maisey, George Maisey & Dave Maisey

ID Number – 1274

Image No – img641

Subject – Wedding Photo

Date – circa 1963

Donor – WarburtonBeryl

Street – Montagu Street

Location –  Outside St Augustine’s Vicarage

Additional Info – Dave is in the uniform of a private in the  Royal Lancers.  Later he was promoted to Corporal (see ID 1272)

Pauline, & Beryl Maisey with Mum Hilda

ID Number – 1270

Image No – img633

Subject – Pauline Maisey, Hilda Maisey (Mum) & Beryl Maisey

Date – circa 1969

Donor – WarburtonBeryl

House No/Name – 61

Street – Montagu Street

Location -Back Garden

Reg Maisey with Son & Grandson

ID Number – 1265

Image No – img623

Subject – Dave Maisey, Grandson Paul Maisey & Reg Maisey

Date – circa 1962

Donor – WarburtonBeryl

House No/Name – 61

Street – Montagu Street

Location -Back Garden

Reg & Hilda Maisey with Granddaughter

ID Number – 1264

Image No – img621

Subject – Hilda, Reg & Granddaughter Karen

Date – circa 1965

Donor – WarburtonBeryl

House No/Name – 61

Street – Montagu Street

Location -Front Garden

Ruby Hill nee Talbot with her brother Gordon Talbot

Group Photo info – Ruby Hill nee Talbot, Gordon Talbot

ID Number – 254

Image No – img881

Subject – Ruby Hill nee Talbot with her brother Gordon Talbot

Date – circa 1940

Donor – HillChristine

Street – Montagu Street

Location – Montague Street

Group Activity – Family Photo

Workshop

ID Number – 455.8

Image No – imgDSC10002

Subject – Workshop

Date – 2008

Donor – RogersStan

Street – Montagu Street

Location – Backway (Backsie) rear of Montague Street

Additional Info.- The square steel panels were reclaimed from a water tank that was originally on the GWR/ British Rail Works site.

Percy Street Wesleyan Church Band of Hope

Group Photo info – ?,?,?,/,?,?,?,?,?, George Ewart Hobbs holding the Bodhran, ?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?.
Agnes Ann Thomas, ?,?,?,?, Henry Hobbs, ?, ?,?,?,?.
?,?, John Thomas, ?,?,?,?.

ID Number – 025

Image No – img753

Subject – Percy Street Wesleyan Church Band of Hope

Date – circa 1899 – 1905

Donor – FieldPeter

Street – Montagu Street

Location – ? Grounds of Cellular Clothing Factory

Factory – Cellular Clothing

Church/Chapel – Percy Street Wesleyan Chapel

Group Activity – Church Photo

Additional Info – Possibly Field where Cellular Clothing Factory was built with houses in Montague Street under Construction in the background. Henry Hobbs (Engine Fitter? GWR Works) John Thomas (Fireman in GWR Rolling Mills, born Abergavenny) George would later marry Agnes

Tom Wheelers Fire Guard Certification (Certificate)

ID Number – 011.1

Image No – img855

Subject – Tom Wheelers Fire Guard Certification (Certificate)

Date – 1942

Donor – WheelerBetty

Street – Montagu Street

House Number/Name – 43

Location – Montague Street

War – 2nd World War

Tom Wheelers Fire Guard Certification (Cover)

ID Number – 011.1

Image No – img854

Subject – Tom Wheelers Fire Guard Certification (Cover)

Date – 1942

Donor – WheelerBetty

Street – Montagu Street

House Number/Name – 43

Location – Montague Street

War – 2nd World War

Henry Hazel

ID Number – 007.1

Image No – img153

Subject – Henry Hazel

Date – ?

Donor – WheelerBetty

Street – Montagu Street

Location – Back Garden

Group Activity – Family Photo

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