Quorn historical image   Quorn Village On-line Museum   Quorn historical image

Sunday 18th November 2018  

Museum Home
About our museum
Artefacts by Number
Quorn's location
The name change
Village publications
Information sources
Museum Award
Contact us
Copyright

Quorndon Allotment Society

This group may be the Quorn Allotment Society and looks as if it dates from the 1920s.

This information was contributed by Alan Wastnage:
The gentleman second left, front row is John Hallam Towell, my grandfather. His daughter, my mother, was Edna May Wastnage late of Barrow Road, Quorn and Abbeyfield. She was the second resident to move into Abbeyfield when it opened and resided there happily until 2001.

The photograph is most probably the Quorndon Allotment Society of which John Hallam Towell became a member on 29th September 1921. His Share Certificate is signed by Samuel Hallam, T G Turlington and Wm Swinfield. Maybe one or other of those gentlemen can be identified as being on the photograph. By 1935 there was also an E Bowler.

Could the gentleman back row, second from left possibly be Samuel Hallam?


 view larger image
   
 missing information Missing information: Can you identify this group or any member of the group?
Please email us at: team2018@quornmuseum.com
 Submitted on: 2010-05-27
 Updated on: 2010-06-10
 Submitted by: Marion Orton. Updated by Alan Wastnage.
 Artefact ID: 801
 Print: View artefact in printer-friendly page or just on its own.

   Quorn Village On-line Museum
 copyright notice
 search tips
 view latest news
 view latest news
 view latest news
 what's new What's New
See what items have been added recently.
 can you contribute? Can you Contribute?
We need historical material relating to Quorn village.
 filling in the gaps Filling in the gaps
Help us with names, places, locations and years.

 artefact counter

Artefact Counter
How many artefacts does this online museum contain?

 leave a comment

Seeking Information
Post your information request onto our notebook.

 make a donation

Make a donation
Help to secure more museum artefacts and this site's future.

 see our Facebook page
 login / register