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1906. Lerryn River. View down river from the bridge.
1906. Lerryn River. View down river from the bridge.
1906 Lerryn River viewed down river from the bridge
1905. Ethy House, Lerryn, from the South West.
1905. Ethy House, Lerryn, from the South West.
1905 Ethy House, Lerryn
1900s Lerryn Regatta view of the south Bank before the Drill Hall was erected.
1900s Lerryn Regatta view of the south Bank before the Drill Hall was erected.
1900s Lerryn Regatta view of the south Bank before the Drill Hall was erected
1900s. Lerryn Bridge, pony, rider and dog.
1900s. Lerryn Bridge, pony, rider and dog.
1900s. Lerryn Bridge pony, rider and dog
Lerryn Workers 1901/02<BR><BR>Back row L-R:  Jack Cundy, lived next to Ricardie; Charlie Wilcox of Blackdown, retired farmer used to drive a donkey cart to Polperro for fish.<BR><BR>Middle row L-R:  Bill Cundy, son of Jack, Harry Mutton, (blacksmith) of Forge Cottage; Hedley Martin (mason); Billy Swiggs (general merchant), dealing in coal, fertilisers, bricks, cement brought up at high tide in sailing barges (‘The Rival’, ‘William Gladstone’);<BR><BR>Front row L-R:  David Mutton (painter & decorator); Richard Bowden (carpenter); Tommy Littleton, son of farmer at Ribby (delivered  coal); Tom Wilcox (trapper, holding ferret, and quarry worker); Richard Philp (road worker), father of Mrs Holten of Ricardie.
Lerryn Workers 1901/02

Back row L-R: Jack Cundy, lived next to Ricardie; Charlie Wilcox of Blackdown, retired farmer used to drive a donkey cart to Polperro for fish.

Middle row L-R: Bill Cundy, son of Jack, Harry Mutton, (blacksmith) of Forge Cottage; Hedley Martin (mason); Billy Swiggs (general merchant), dealing in coal, fertilisers, bricks, cement brought up at high tide in sailing barges (‘The Rival’, ‘William Gladstone’);

Front row L-R: David Mutton (painter & decorator); Richard Bowden (carpenter); Tommy Littleton, son of farmer at Ribby (delivered coal); Tom Wilcox (trapper, holding ferret, and quarry worker); Richard Philp (road worker), father of Mrs Holten of Ricardie.
1902 Lerryn workers
1900. Lowertown Bridge was built to allow goods to be brought from Lower Stores (now Lerryn Quay House). Horse and trap outside Miss May's Cottage.
1900. Lowertown Bridge was built to allow goods to be brought from Lower Stores (now Lerryn Quay House). Horse and trap outside Miss May's Cottage.
1900 Lowertown Bridge
1900s. Lowertown bridge. Reproduction of a painting by E W Haslehust. The thatched cottage, no longer there, was the home of Phyllis Tubb's Great Granny Swiggs.
1900s. Lowertown bridge. Reproduction of a painting by E W Haslehust. The thatched cottage, no longer there, was the home of Phyllis Tubb's Great Granny Swiggs.
1900s Lowertown bridge (painting, copy)
1900. Lowertown  Cottages. The two cottages are now only one. Previously known as Ricardie.  Harry and Claude Hoskin and friend.
1900. Lowertown Cottages. The two cottages are now only one. Previously known as Ricardie. Harry and Claude Hoskin and friend.
1900 Lowertown cottages
1900s. Lowertown Bridge.  Horse and Trap outside Miss May's Cottage.
1900s. Lowertown Bridge. Horse and Trap outside Miss May's Cottage.
1900s Lowertown bridge
1906. Lowertown Bridge. View under the bridge at half tide. The Black store  on the Boathouse Quay, no longer there. Across the river, Woodside cottage, path behind the Cottage leading up to Ethy House.
1906. Lowertown Bridge. View under the bridge at half tide. The Black store on the Boathouse Quay, no longer there. Across the river, Woodside cottage, path behind the Cottage leading up to Ethy House.
1906 Lowertown Bridge
1907. Lerryn Bridge. View across the bridge, with Bridge House, and Mixton House in the background.
1907. Lerryn Bridge. View across the bridge, with Bridge House, and Mixton House in the background.
1907 Lerryn Bridge
1900. View up river from near the present Tivoli Quay. Wood View (?) Cottage, left, now replaced by Little Quay.
1900. View up river from near the present Tivoli Quay. Wood View (?) Cottage, left, now replaced by Little Quay.
1900. View up river from near the present Tivoli Quay
1900 Lerryn Fore Street. Ned Cole at Hawken's butcher's shop
1900 Lerryn Fore Street. Ned Cole at Hawken's butcher's shop
1900 Lerryn Fore Street. Ned Cole at Hawken's butcher's shop
Lerryn School Group Photograph 1908.<BR><BR>Back Row L-R: Teacher, Mr Mallett? 4>Ernie Jolliffe<BR><BR>Middle Row L-R: 1>Beattie Glanville, 3>Vena Hoskin<BR><BR>Front RowL-R: 2>Bertie Pearce.
Lerryn School Group Photograph 1908.

Back Row L-R: Teacher, Mr Mallett? 4>Ernie Jolliffe

Middle Row L-R: 1>Beattie Glanville, 3>Vena Hoskin

Front RowL-R: 2>Bertie Pearce.
Lerryn School Group Photograph, 1908
Lerryn School Group Photograph, 1908?  <BR>Teacher left: Mr Mallett?<BR>3rd Row L-R: 6>Vena Hoskin 7>Beattie Glanville<BR>Front Row L-R: 1>Bertie Pearce.
Lerryn School Group Photograph, 1908?
Teacher left: Mr Mallett?
3rd Row L-R: 6>Vena Hoskin 7>Beattie Glanville
Front Row L-R: 1>Bertie Pearce.
Lerryn School Group Photograph, 1908?
c1901 Lerryn Workers.<BR><BR>Front row: Dave Mutton (postman), Hedley Martin, William Henry Hoskin, Hiram Hoskin
c1901 Lerryn Workers.

Front row: Dave Mutton (postman), Hedley Martin, William Henry Hoskin, Hiram Hoskin
1901/2 Lerryn Workers
1906. Centre of Lerryn, between Chapel and Coal Store.
1906. Centre of Lerryn, between Chapel and Coal Store.
1906 Centre of Lerryn, between Chapel and Coal Store
1905. View from near Lowertown Green. Granary, Sunnyside, Woodside/Tanglewood.
1905. View from near Lowertown Green. Granary, Sunnyside, Woodside/Tanglewood.
1905 View from near Lowertown Green
G. Mallett, Head Teacher, Lerryn School. Early 1900s.
G. Mallett, Head Teacher, Lerryn School. Early 1900s.
G. Mallett, Head Teacher, Lerryn School, early 1900s
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