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Cockerton, St Mary's Church, choir

St Mary's Church choir, 4 July 1954. Back row from left: W Brown (Verger), J H Hall (People's Warden), F Menzies, F Nicholson, R Leeman, F Bellis, W Lowes, G Goodyear, W Cuthbertson, T Trotter, H Wetherill, J Lloyd, W H Kitching (Vicar's Warden). 2nd row: D Robinson, E Lawson, A Taylor, D Mawer, M Taylor, W Jewers, G Douthwaite, N Willis, J Johnson, G Roberts, T B Chaytor, P Tindale. Front row: C Norman, S Taylor, R Shaw (Choir Sec), E Taylor (Organist & Choirmaster), Rev J F Walker, A Minto (Organist, Holy Trinity), Rev H N Swinburne, T MacSorley, K Titt, K Bell, B Porritt, D Alderson.

Alderson, D
Bell, K
Bellis, F
Brown, W
Chaytor, T B
Cuthbertson, W
Douthwaite, G
Goodyear, G
Hall, J H
Jewers, W
Johnson, J
Kitching, W H
Lawson, E
Leeman, R
Lloyd, J
Lowes, W
MacSorley, T
Mawer, D
Menzies, F
Minto, A
Nicholson, F
Norman, C
Porritt, B
Roberts, G
Robinson, D
Shaw, R
Swinburne, H N
Taylor, A
Taylor, E
Taylor, M
Taylor, S
Tindale, P
Trotter, T
Walker, J F
Wetherill, H
Willis, N
1951 - 1975
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