Item BCA - 2017.390 - Mrs Frances Money and her husband Percy, a shoemaker

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BCA - 2017.390


Mrs Frances Money and her husband Percy, a shoemaker


  • 1960-01-20 - 2017-01-20 (Creation)

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pdf of two photographs

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The photograph of Mrs Money was probably taken about c2000.

The ones of her husband in his workshop in Bridge Street were taken in the 1960s. Their grandson Andrew Money still lives in Bampton and is a painter and decorator.

Percy's daughter is Madeleine seen here with Godfrey Horne outside Mathews' shop, called Duttons. Godfrey died 1944 Normandy landings. A second photograph of Madeleine shows her as a very young girl in c1936 or 37 standing next to PC Tippen outside the Horse Shoe Inn in Bridge Street.

The photograph of the shop was taken in the 1930s.

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