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FAMILY PHOTOGRAPHS RELATED TO MR COLIN BRADDOCK


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Reference 2282
Covering dates 1883 - 1934
Held by Greater Manchester County Record Office
Extent 40 PHOTOGRAPHS
Creators Braddock, Colin, fl 1984, of Blackpool, Lancashire



Details unknown. Possibly donor's maternal or paternal great-grandparents.  2282/1  No Date

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M46/99
Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/89

Hyde. Occasion unknown. John Thomas Braddock, donor's paternal grandfather, is standing 3rd from left. John Thomas's occupation is listed as 'carter' on the birth certificate of James Braddock (see below) and his address is recorded at 48, Queen Street, Hyde in 1898.  2282/2  1898

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M46/0

Alice Lloyd, donor's mother in 1908/9. Alice was the only daughter of George Lloyd (labourer) and Bertha nee Shallcross (a weaver at the time of her marriage in 1900), who lived in the Hadfield area. Alice attended Padfield Council School. Printed beneath image: Battey & Sons, Art Studios, Hadfield and Glossop.  2282/3  1908/9

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John (Jack) Braddock, brother of James donor's father, is thought to be the man on the extreme right. Young men on a trip to Blackpool before World War I. Printed on reverse: Cooper Bros., Photographers, Promenade & Central Pier, Blackpool.  2282/4  No Date

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James Braddock (donor's father) is third from the left in the front row in his school football team in c.1912.  2282/5  c1912

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Details unknown. Alice Lloyd (donor's mother) standing on the extreme left in c.1913/14.  2282/6  c1913/14

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Alice Lloyd (left), her mother Bertha, nee Shallcross (centre) and a cousin of Alice's at Blackpool in 1914.  2282/7  1914

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Alice Lloyd (donor's mother). Stamped on reverse: 18 Jun 1916... Wellington ? Opp. Central Pier, Blackpool.  2282/8  1916

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/95

Alice Lloyd (donor's mother). Stamped on reverse: 26 Jul 1915... may be had at any time from this photograph. Send this one with cash.  2282/9  1915

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/93

Alice Lloyd and her mother Bertha, nee Shallcross. Stamped on reverse: Cooper Bros., Photographers, Windsor Studio, Blackpool. 26 Jul 1915. Repeat orders may be had at any... from this photograph. Send...  2282/10  1915

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/94

Alice Lloyd in hospital in 1916. Alice's hand was crushed in an accident at work. She worked for The Globe Box Company, Boston Mills, Hyde. As a result of the injury, she was awarded £450.00 compensation.  2282/11  1916

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Staff at the hospital where Alice Lloyd went to have her crushed hand treated in 1916/17. Stamped on reverse: Harry Platt, Photographer, Rycroft, A-u-L  2282/12  1916/17

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Alice Lloyd with her parents George and Bertha, nee Shallcross, in c. 1914/15. George Lloyd served in the 1st Cheshire Regiment and was killed in action 1 Sept. 1916, aged 38 years.  2282/13  c1914/15

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George Lloyd, donor's maternal grandfather, who served in the 1st Cheshire Regiment and was killed in action 1 Sept 1916, aged 38 years.  2282/14  1916

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James Braddock, donor's father, in France in World War I, sitting in the front row, 2nd from the left.  2282/15  No Date

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John Braddock, a brother of James, in Salisbury in 1914.  2282/16  1914

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John Braddock in Salisbury in 1914. In manuscript on reverse: With Best respects from Jack. Printed on reverse: ?ennett Bulford Camp Studio Salisbury Plain.  2282/17  1914

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Fred Braddock, the eldest Braddock brother. On reverse in manuscript: May 22nd 1918 to Brother James.  2282/18  1918

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M46/13

Possibly Jack Braddock early in World War I. Impressed in bottom right corner: Searle, Market Place, Hyde.  2282/19  No Date

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Details unknown.  2282/20  No Date

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The youngest Braddock brother, Frank in the doorway of his hairdresser's shop in Hyde in the 1920s.  2282/21  1920s

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James Braddock, donor's father, in Hyde in the 1920s. The label attached to the horse reads: Hyde Carnival First Prize. Stamped on reverse: E. Rawlins, Photographer, 20 Edna Street, Hyde.  2282/22  1920s

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M46/17

In manuscript on reverse: To Uncle, Aunt and Couson, From George Age 1. April 25th 1929.  2282/23  1929

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Alice Braddock (nee Lloyd), with her mother Bertha Lloyd (nee Shallcross) and her first child George who was born 25 April 1928. Stamped on reverse: While U Wait Studios, Big Wheel Grounds, 70, Talbot Road, and 165, Wellington Terrace, Promenade, Blackpool. For Extra Copies send Photo and date taken.  2282/24  1928

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Alice Lloyd in Padfield in 1917.  2282/25  1917

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/92

The donor, who was born 19 July 1932. Stamped on reverse: Cooper E.M.(?). Repeat orders of this photo can be had anytime by returning this picture 159, Wellington Terrace, Blackpool. 24 Jan. 1934.  2282/26  1934

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George (left) and Colin Braddock with their maternal grandmother Bertha Lloyd, nee Shallcross in 1933 in Blackpool.  2282/27  1933

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Colin Braddock, the donor, in c. 1936/7.  2282/28  c1936/7

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/62

James Braddock, donor's father, (born 17 April 1898, died November 1979). Stamped on reverse: Alan Jackson, 86, Waterloo Rd., Blackpool. Repeat orders of this photo can be had any time by returning this picture. Feb. 1940.  2282/29  1940

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/63

Details unknown.  2282/30  No Date

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M49/90+91

Certificate issued to Alice Lloyd who has reached 6th Standard at Padfield Council School and is entitled to free admission to a primary evening continuation school in the Borough. Sept. 1914.  2282/31  1914

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Memorial card for George Lloyd, who was killed in action Sept. 1st. 1916, aged 38 years. Front cover.  2282/32a  1916

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Inside pages of 2282/32a.  2282/32b  [n.d.]

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Certified Copy of an Entry of Birth. 4 May 1865 at Mottram. James Thomas son of William Shallcross, cotton spinner, and Martha, nee Potts.  2282/33  1865

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Certified Copy of an Entry of Birth. 9 Feb. 1878 at Speedwell, Tintwistle. Bertha, daughter of William Shallcross, self actor minder and Martha, nee Potts.  2282/34  1878

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Certified Copy of an Entry of Birth. 15 Jan. 1883 at The Square, Ugley Hay, Brownhills, U.S.D. Lucy, daughter of John Biggins, coalminer, and Ann, nee Joyce.  2282/35  1883

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M48/27

Certified Copy of an Entry of Birth. 17 April 1898 at 48 Queen Street, Hyde. James, son of John Thomas Braddock, carter, and Esther, nee Blackshaw.  2282/36  1898

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20 Aug. 1900. Marriage certificate. George Lloyd, aged 23, Labourer, 43 Woolley Bridge Road, Hadfield married Bertha Shallcross, 22, weaver, 66 Station Road, Hadfield.  2282/37  1900

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Certificate of Marriage. 18 Oct. 1911. James Thomas Shallcross, aged 47, cotton spinner, 11 Victoria Street, Morecambe. Lucy Biggins, aged 26, Domestic servant, 11 Victoria Street, Morecambe.  2282/38  1911

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M48/23+24

Newspaper cutting. Four Soldier Sons. One awarded a Trench Honour. Refers to the family of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Braddock, 48, Queen Street, Hyde. Their eldest son Fred "aged 35... clothroom foreman at J and J. Ashtons'," John Braddock is the second son, 24 years of age, the third son Squire Braddock aged 22, a presser at Redferns' Rubber workers, James Braddock, 20, the fourth son employed at Slack Mills, the youngest son being only 13 years of age.  2282/39  No Date

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M48/22

Midget message card. Presented with "The Red Letter". No.9. "Bless all who are fighting for us". Bassano Copyright.  2282/40  No Date

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Negative Sheet Number 2/M48/18

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