Old Photos of Witham

Group of five including Croxall parents at 51 Guithavon Street

Taken: 1930s, Ref: M2167

Group of five in front of 51 Guithavon Street, to which the Croxalls moved c 1931 (identified from air photos, electoral registers etc). They added the bay windows etc (see M2174 for the house before that happened). Left to right on chairs, James Croxall, Frances Croxall his wife, ???. Just possibly the woman with the dog could be their daughter Gladys Croxall, who married Mr Stark. Probably same occasion as M2168. Was in small snapshot album which has on the back ‘Butcher’s Studios, Witham. Same Day Service. Developing, Printing, Enlarging’ (George Butcher came mid-1920s).

Date taken1930s
SourceWebb, David. 87 Station Road, Manningtree, Essex. CO11 1ED The photos formerly belonged to Lucy Croxall and her sisters. A relative of theirs from the Midlands (perhaps a brother) asked David, who was driving him in a taxi, to dispose of them about the 1980s, perhaps when the sisters moved to a home or when one died.
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