Wheat field being harvested at Churchill’s Farm. 1923

A field of wheat being harvested at Churchill’s Farm c.1923. Some of the sheaves are already stooked, notice how tall the straw is. Pictured are- adults L to R. Bill Granger, Bob Lowman. George Salter, Jane Clapp, Jack Granger. Children L to R Jack Granger, Winnie Smith and Cissie Granger.

Hemyock Home Guard, early 1940s

Hemyock Home Guard, early 1940s

L to R Back Row – Geoff James, Leslie Hart, Stanley Salter, Stanley Lowman, Chris Doble, Frank Lowman, George Salter Percy Pike, Albert Salter, Stanley Doble, Harry Richards, Leonard Stuart, Jack Wood, Roy Granger, Harold Durham.

Middle Row – Arthur Shire, Bill Pike, Jack Trenchard, Frank Simmonds, Dennis Pring, Cedric Jenkins, Eric Cubitt, ? Chichester, Jim Hart, Dr. Muir, George Gammon Dick Granger, Walter Lee, Jack Lilley.

Front Row – Fred Clark, Fred Lawrence, Jim Lowman, Bill Alway, Bill Trickey, Dick Pooley, Harold Cubitt, H.O.Lowry, R. Thorne, George Franks, Bill Hutchings, Jim Woodgate, Harry Bale, Bill Bradford, Harry Trickey.

Hemyock School Open Day June 1955.

School open day June 1955. Names at each table starting in the bottom left going clockwise around the room and around each table.

Table 1. Raymond Granger(bottom left), Doreen Howe, Derek Granger, Ronald Kallaway, Heather Cox, Janet South. Table 2.- Brian Jenkins, David Kallaway, Raymond Vian, Monica Bright. Table 3-Heather Grabham, Shelagh Bourdon, John Northam, Alan Ridler, Jean Burston, Shirley Troake, Bill Guppy, Raymond Salter. Table 4- Andrew Clements, Mary Sanders, – Edwards. Table 5- Michael Sweetland, Jennifer Smith, Patricia Maltby.

Parents and teachers. Left to right. Mrs Drew, Mrs Mutter, Mrs Evans, Mrs Coles, Mrs Burston, Mrs Perrott, Mrs Edwards, Mrs Grabham with Coralie, Mr.Jack Reed, (Headmaster) Miss Mavis Baker (Mistress), Beryl Sanders, Mrs Sanders.

Hemyock School, Christmas 1956.

Hemyock School pupils in historical costume. Christmas 1956. With teacher Mavis Clist at the back.

Back Row. L to R. Marilyn Jones, Raymond Drew, Tom Fouracre, Rosalind Bourden, Maureen Granger, Michael Knott, Christine Henson, Carolyn Dew, Janet Granger, Rosemary Hurd, Janice Fuller, Roy Perrott.

Front Row. L to R. Brian Doble, Trevor Coles, Malcolm Edwards, Gwen Kallaway, John Lawrence, Keith Gammon, Christine Middleton.

Hemyock School Class of 1910/1912

Hemyock School. Class 1. C 1910/12

Back Row. Headmaster Mr.A.T. Baxter, John Stradling, Sam Cross, Walter Salter, Fred (or Sidney) Hart, Cecil Pike, Stanley Wide, George Hold, Percy Wide.

Second. Row. Ernest Lowman, William Marklew, May Florence(?) Hill, Hilda Parsons, Ida Wide, Emily Pring, William Baker

Third Row. Sarah Lowman, Ellen Pike. Alice Cross, Katie Hart, Florence Hart, May Clapp, Ivy Ayres, May Salter.

Front Row. Wilfred George Clist, Charlie Manley, Walter Webber, James Graves, Harold Quick, Walter Ridgeway, Harold Lawrence, William Granger.

Golden Jubilee at St Joseph’s Roman Catholic Chapel.

Outside St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Chapel (now demolished) on the celebration of the Golden Jubilee, 1989. L to R. Roman Catholic Bishop of Exeter, The Rt. Rev. Christopher Budd, Betty and Bill Granger and Father Terence Perkins.

Mr Sanders, Good Friday 1962

Mr Perce Sanders giving hotcross buns to some village children Good Friday 1962. This is outside Hemyock Post Office which, on those days, also housed Mr.Sanders bakery. The recipients of his wares are , Back Row L to R.- Maureen Granger, Janice Fuller, Patricia Fuller ? North and Malcolm Shire. Front Row L to R.

Jack Granger c. 1930

Jack Granger c. 1930

Clist and Granger family.

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Eli Clist and Lily Clist on the steps of Churchill’s farm. Jack Granger is standing in the road and the other lady is Lillian Granger.