Hyde Name Origins.

The name "HYDE" is derived from the hide, a measure of land for taxation purposes, taken to be that area of land necessary to support a peasant family. In later times it was taken to be equivalent to 120 acres .
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Monday, 29 April 2013

Temperance Seven and the White Hart

Here are some more photos taken by Tony Downend's Father.

Over to Tony....

"This time it's one of Newton's own, I discovering this local fact much later.
A young Cephos Howard of Temperance Seven fame and son of the landlord of the once White Hart Pub on Old Road.  
Also, there are a few pics, indeed a study,  a good insight into just how much things and we have changed is gained by simply looking at the faces of the early 1950's, our grandparents, our heritage and how we once were.  

God Bless them All".
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 Cephos Howard

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 Cephos Howard Jnr

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The Howard Family

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Harry Smith and his Wife

 The following are unknown locals of the White Hart on Old Road

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 Off to powder his nose :)


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Mr and Mrs John Travis
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Many thanks again,Tony.
Wonderful photos. very evocative of the age. :)

6 comments:

Jeff Sherwin said...

Looks a lot like Coronation Street. Wonderful History.

John Taylor said...

Nice ones Wilber :-)

Susan Jaleel said...

These photos are amazing. I remember Cephas Howard being landlord of The Werneth, and his son's connection with The Temperance Seven, of which i was a big fan in the early 60s. I'm presuming that they came to Gee Cross from The White Hart then.

What strikes me most about the folk in the photos is how people sat in the pub wearing hats and coats. It reminds you that there was a time before central heating!

Marjorie said...

I remember Cephas from the Grammar School. A talented artist. He was born in Romiley.

Tom said...

Fantastic pictures...

Brian Hodkinson said...

I was at school with Cephas, Flowery Field Jr. and Hyde Grammar. We've been retired here in Spain 9 years now, but in 2005 met up with Cephas on the Isle of Wight, had a liquid lunch with him, talked about old times, missed our ferry booking! Same old Cephas; larger than life. Regards Brian.