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Bampton Traditional Morris Dancers outside the Talbot

  • BCA - 2019.2050
  • Item
  • c1986-1988

Bampton Traditional Morris Dancers under squire Francis Shergold, fool Terry Rouse outside The Talbot about 1982.
Brother and sister Francis Shergold and Ruth Wheeler on the right looking down at the two little boys

Bampton Community Archive

Bampton Traditional Morris Men outside The Talbot

  • BCA - 2019.2052
  • Item
  • between 1986 and 1988

Reg Hall playing the fiddle for squire Francis Shergold's team The Bampton Traditional Morris Men outside the Talbot

Bampton Community Archive

Bampton Traditional Morris Men, outside The Talbot

  • BCA - 2019.2051
  • Item
  • about 1985

L-R Bill Daniels, Ray Borrett, Billy Main, Tony Daniels (started dancing in 1965), Martin Ferguson, David Rose dancing outside The Talbot under squire Francis Shergold

Bampton Community Archive

Celebrating the home coming of Yvette Bovington's son Pierre from the Falklands war

  • BCA - 2021.2626
  • Item
  • 1982

Pierre Bovington, the son of Yvette is welcomed back home from the Falklands War in 1982. In the photograph are

  1. Herbert Lock, son of Bill
  2. Ron Hickman – butcher
  3. Henry Willis
  4. Betty Lock
  5. Yvette Bovington
  6. Pierre, Yvette’s son back from Falklands
  7. Billy Mathews
  8. Jane Willis
  9. Mrs Betty Hickman, the butcher’s wife

Bampton Community Archive

George Talbot, The 6th Earl of Shrewsbury 1528-1590

  • BCA - 2022.3811
  • Item
  • 1528-1590

George Talbot the 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, was the only son of Francis Talbot, 5th Earl of Shrewsbury and Mary Dacre. As a young man George saw military service under Protector Somerset in the ‘Rough Wooings’ in Scotland and he married Gertrude Manners, daughter of the 1st Earl of Rutland, by whom he had six children, although she died in 1566. In March 1568, he married Bess of Hardwick, the wealthy widow of Sir William Cavendish of Chatsworth, who was a year older than himself.
The first creation of Earl of Shrewsbury occurred in 1074 for Roger de Montgomerie, one of William the Conqueror's principal counsellors. Roger thus became one of the most powerful magnates in England, ruling most of Shropshire and holding lands in eleven other counties, and included most of Bampton which continued to belong to the family through future generations.
Roger was succeeded in 1094 by his younger son Hugh, his elder son Robert of Belléme succeeding to his lands in Normandy. On Hugh's death in 1098 the earldom passed to his brother Robert.
More information about the Earls of Shrewsbury can be found in the pdf attached.

Janet Westman

Horse Fair & fair across the west side of the town hall

  • BCA - 2022.3448
  • Item
  • 2022

Horse fair and fun fair seen outside the west side of the Market Square. It would also have filled the Market Square. The Inn at the top left of the photograph is the Lamb, known by locals as The Tree because of the large Ash tree growing outside it. The Inn was completely demolished in 1960 to make way for building the Market Square Garage. The sign for the Talbot hotel shows the landlord to be W Norman. Almost every man wears a hat.

Nik Stanbridge

Horses lined up outside Thompson's grocery shop

  • BCA - 2022.3449
  • Item
  • 2022

Horse Fair outside the Talbot. Several carts outside Thompson's the high class grocers. Note everyone, young and old, is wearing a hat of some sort.

Nik Stanbridge

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