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Darlington Quoit Club

Darlington Quoit Club, established 1846, played annually for the Silver Quoit at the back of the Central Hall (Horsemarket). This photograph taken 1860 shows a number of prominent citizens, back row, from left: William Smith, George Allison jnr (son of solicitor Geo Allison), William Hardy, Thomas Swinburne snr, Charles Brady (of Backhouses Bank), T Preston (wine merchant of High Row), William Lear (ironmonger). Front: Thomas Potts (of Potts & Swinburne, tobacco manufacturers), Richard Child (tanner), John Harrison (coachbuilder), John Lear (ironmonger), Richard Graham (gardner at Peirremont or Brinkburn).

Allison, George
Brady, Charles
Child, Richard
Graham, Richard
Hardy, William
Harrison, John
Lear, John
Lear, William
Potts, Thomas
Preston, T
Smith, William
Swinburne, Thomas
1850 - 1875
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