The children of John and Caroline New at Craddock

Caroline            John Somers    Johanna           Vernon Arthur

1866-1926        1871-1960          1868-1942        1879- ????

went to California

Caroline NewJohn Somers NewJohanna Constance NewVernon New

 

by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd), half-plate nitrate negative, 27 June 1932

Henry Harcourt New 1874-1961 at Craddocks       by Lafayette  June 1932

John Cave New and Caroline Somers Smith New

John Cave New MD  1826 – 1901 and his wife Caroline Somers Smith New 1845 – 1926

lived at Craddock until their deaths as above leaving 6 children.  Craddock  was bought either by John’s father John New MD 1799 – 1862 and married to Harriet Cave or his grandfather John New 1769 – 1851 and married to Mary Bull. The New family were originally Bristol based merchants, who did well out of their estates in the Indies.

John Cave NewCaroline Somers Smith

1st Hemyock Scots and Venture Scouts in Denmark

1st Hemyock Scouts, Venture Scouts and Leaders in Denmark, July 1986. Skip Lowman is pictured in the front, behind him are other John Northam, Ashley Alford, Alan Holway, Linda Holway and Gerald Petticrew.

Hemyock Scout Meeting 1967.

A scout meeting in the Church Rooms in 1967. Skip Lowman flanked by senior scouts Brian Milton and Martin Pring.

Hemyock Guides and Brownies in late 1940’s.

Guides and Brownies late 1940s (?) Back Row Standing L to R. Mary Salter, Margaret Pring, Jane Moore, Margaret Moore, Beryl Doble, Margaret(?) Guppy, Brenda Warren, Julie Summers, Marilyn Woodman, Margaret Dunn. Middle Row kneeling L to R. Pam Lowman, Ruth Hold, Sally Eastick, Sylvia Wright, Diane Mitchell. Thirds Row sitting- L to R. ? , Susan Pring(?), ?, ?, Margaret Doble. Front Row. L to R. (?)Guppy, ?, ?, ?, Anne Trenchard.

Norman Lowman and Ray Griffiths at Blue Anchor camp 1941.

Norman Lowman and Ray Griffiths at Blue Anchor camp 1941.

Ashculm Farm 1926

A scene at Ashculm(e) Farm 1926. The lad in front is Fred Lawrence, the men L to R. are Harry Trott, Bob Tait and Percy Clist (who was killed in the war)

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.

Kenneth Clarke, Minister of Health opening the surgery.

3rd March 1982. Mr. Kenneth Clarke, Minister of Health, opening the newly enlarged surgery.

L to R. Dr. John Griffin(Jun), Mr. Clarke M.P. Dr. Jonathan Meads, Dr. John Griffin(Sen), Dr. Roger Wells.