Old photos of Little Shelford people from the past

The historical people featured elsewhere on this website include;

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Charles Elbourne died in 1908 but this photo shows him walking down Church Street when he was 68 accompanied by his little grandson Charlemagne, then five years old. In 1914 he enlisted to fight the Germans.

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Rev James Edward Law

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Vic Dickerson making hurdles at the back of the Prince Regent pub, Hauxton Road, Little Shelford

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Frank and Reuben Litchfield bring in the harvest. From Great & little Shelford in Old Picture Postcards by Margaret Ward.

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"For 40 years, John Everett was Clerk and Sexton to All saints Church."

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Charlotte (nee Rider) Ivett with her grand daughter Lucy Constance Ivett

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Mrs Charles Gee (Ann Collins), second wife of Mr Charles Gee.

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Emma Elbourn baptised in 1844 in Little Shelford

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Jim Crutchley with the Goodwins in the Plough. He and his brother used to meet at the pub after Jim returned to England after living in Australia. The drinking friends assumed the name of the Little Shelford Mountain Rescue Club.

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Sarah Louisa Walker nee Percy born 1852 who moved to Little Shelford in the 1870s living at the Prince Regent pub. She died in 1939. Photo taken 1937.

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Little Shelford Church Sunday school 1923. 

Back row standing first right is Olive Joan Lilley nee Walker.

Back row standing third right is Joyce Arber nee Walker

Front row standing third right is Douglas Neville Walker.

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Reginald Dennison Gall around 1916

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Rita Gall, Reginald Dennison Gall and Bertrand Gall.

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From left Bertrand Victor Gall, Reginald Dennison Gall holding Dennison Edgar Gall, Bertrand Gall and William Dennison Gall.

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William Reginald Gall in 1916

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From left Alice Louisa Gall, Bertrand Gall and William Reginald Gall circa 1884

 
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May and Joan Whybro

William Dennison Gall

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Bertrand Gall circa 1905

Douglas Neville Walker born 1917 and ied 2019 aged 102. He lived all his life at Swiss Cottage and the Terrace Little Shelford. Photo taken during WW2 outside of the rear door of Swiss Cottage. He was youngest Regimental Sgt Major in the British Army.

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Sarah Louisa Walker nee Percy born 1852. She came to Little Shelford in the 1870s and lived at the Prince Regent pub. Photo taken 1937.

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Bertrand Victor Gall and friend outside Ferndale now Rutland House.

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Thomas Ivett

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Rupert Neve at the Priesthouse where he started the Shelford Studio range.

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Fishmonger Jack Hurst

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Dennis Atkins who received the George Medal while serving as a District Officer in the Colonial Service in what is now Botswana. The medal was awarded for warding off attacks on Government staff while being wounded himself during the Serowe riots in 1952.

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Rev Berwick, Sid Dockerill, Mary Cage, Jill Andrews at All Saints Church.

Vic Dickerson hurdle maker

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This portrait of Miss Elizabeth Finch at her house in Church Street. She and her sister were the first Sunday school teachers in Shelford.

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Mrs Bosschart, Cintra Lodge, Little Shelford

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Mrs Bosschart, Cintra Lodge, Little Shelford

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Mrs Bosschart, Cintra Lodge, Little Shelford

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Francis Litchfield and his son Frank returning to Little Shelford with their timber cart. Frank, aged 15, holds the lead horse. They are returning from Shelford station where they have collected a load of wood, possibly for carpenter Edward Walker, as the man with the bike is one of his workmen.

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Mrs Rodwell, Rectory Farm, 1926

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Mrs Payne in 1915