Photo courtesy of Les Barber
The photograph was taken at the Dawbarns Joinery Works before 1936. It was one of the main employers in the parish at that time.
Back Row extreme right: John Ernest Lynam (he was a local Methodist lay preacher).
Seated, third from left (in trilby) Frederic Dawbarn (b. 1877, Bootle)
Horace Frederick (Fred) Else is second from the left front row and wearing a cap and polo neck jumper; sixth from the left on the back row is Cyril Else (names courtesy Jackie Walker)
First standing row: 9th from left (hatless with hands folded) Herbert Kirk
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Photo courtesy of Ken Stinson
Top Row: Stanley Glossop, Norman Smith, Gordon Lynam Jnr, Kenneth Harrison, Percy Bendall, Eddie Brown (person in front not remembered), Harry Weston, George Lynam, Philip Cooper, Allan Bowmer, Gordon Lynam Snr, George Smith & ?
Middle Row: William (Widdy) Radford, Oscar Snow, Bob Tritten, Frank Byard, George Byard, Joe Critchlow, Ted Stinson, Olive Gration (Mrs Siddons), ?, Archie Roe, Bill Lee
Bottom Row: Harry Cooper, Nellie Martin, Lucy Allsop, Doris Taylor (Mrs Walters), Mabel Slack (Mrs Bowlzer), Olive Brown, Ivan Stevenson (kneeling), ? , Jenny Gration, Beaty Byard, Philis Byard (Mrs Disney), Nelie Byard (Mrs Wood), Walter Glossop (standing)
Photo courtesy Peter Walters
Third left is Charlie Newton
Photo courtesy Nellie Bromwell
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