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Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Hannah Marson (nee. Barkby) The second wife of Charlie Marson, the Coleorton Master Nailmaker outside 'Marson’s Cottage' where they lived c.1900. Here she is visiting her in-laws after leaving the cottage following her husband Charlie's death. Marson's Cottage (also known as Ivy Cottage and The Thatches) is the only thatched cottage to have survived to this day in Coleorton and was thought to have been originally built in the 17th century

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Photograph taken outside of Ivy Cottage c. 1925 L to R: Connie Hogg, Ada Stewart, Clarrie Stewart, Agnes Bird

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Sam Stewart (b. 1879) Walking in front of his beloved Ivy Cottage, Stoney Lane, Coleorton c.1950.

Lane, Coleorton

Lane, Coleorton

Charlie Marson’s daughter Ada with her husband Samuel Stewart in the entrance porch at Ivy Cottage c.1940.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Ada Stewart and friend c.1904

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Ada Stewart on the right c.1930 with Lizzie Ainge and dog Randy

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Photograph taken on the front lawn of Ivy Cottage c.1915. L to R: Annie Stewart, Ada Stewart (nee Marson), Samuel Marson Stewart, Ada Stewart, Samuel Stewart, Clarrie Stewart,

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

L to R: Young Sam (with gun), Clarrie, Annie and Ada outside Ivy Cottage c.1911.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Young Samuel Stewart with his sister Annie on the front lawn at Ivy Cottage

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Carrie and Ada Stewart

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

John Whyman and Clarrie Stewart (b.1902) taken at the entrance porch to Ivy Cottage before leaving to be married at Coleorton Primitive Methodist chapel

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Christopher Jones and Annie Stewart (b.1901) taken at the entrance porch to Ivy Cottage before leaving to be married at Coleorton Primitive Methodist chapel.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Four generations of Stewarts on the lawn at Ivy Cottage c.1931 Sam Senior (from Lount) in the centre back, with Sam junior his son on his left and his grandson known as young Sam to his right with his daughter Betty in front.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

c.1928 Samuel Stewart Senior and his wife Annie (nee. Richards) Standing on the veranda of the two bedroom wooden bungalow built for them and their disabled son John (aka Jack) to retire into from their small holding in Lount. To the left in the distance is the embankment of the old Coleorton railway and next door is the house named 'Cwm-Rhondda built by his grandson Samuel and his wife Agnes (nee. Bird).

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

c.1928 Samuel Stewart senior with son John (aka Jack) and wife Annie.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Roland and Ada (nee. Stewart) Hill after they were married and living in the bungalow

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Four generations of Stewarts' on the patio outside the Wooden Bungalow Back row:Agnes Stewart (nee Bird), Samuel Marson Stewart, Ada Stewart (Samuel Marson's sister) Front Row: Samuel Stewart of Lount, Betty Stewart (daughter of Sam & Agnes), Ada Stewart (nee Marson) holding Greta Stewart (daughter of Sam & Agnes)

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Marriage of Roland Hill and Ada Stewart (daughter of Samuel & Ada Stewart of Ivy Cottage) A - Gwen Poisier, B - Mary Saddington, C - Betty Stewart, D -Roland Hilll's sister, E -Samuel Stewart (Ada Stewart's father)

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

c.1928 The house named Cwm-Rhondda next to the Wooden Bungalow was built for Samuel and Agnes Stewart to move into following their marriage in 1924.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Greta Stewart 1933 with 'Cwm-Rhondda' in the background

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Author Trevor Stewart at 'Cwm-Rhonnda' with Frankie Bailey's fowl pen and Whyman's / Bailey's cottages in the background - 1947

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Author Trevor Stewart on Stoney Lane opposite 'Cwm-Rhondda' with the Woolrooms in the background and further afield New Lount Colliery pit banks - c.1949

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

In the front garden at 'Cwm-Rhondda' Samuel Stewart with daughters Betty and Greta

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

In the front garden at 'Cwm-Rhondda' Betty with Mum Agnes Stewart

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

“Cwm-Rhondda”, Stoney Lane, Coleorton from the rear c.1970 built next to the original wooden bungalow which had been externally rendered by this time. The area forward of the old apple tree stump was where the underground bomb shelter was built which is defined by the raised ground area.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Poly Whyman lived with her mum and dad in the Whymans/Bailey's cottages till they passed away.

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Minnie and Frankie Bailey in this 1945 photograph, lived in the second cottage of the Whyman's/Bailey's Cottages

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

Stoney Lane, Coleorton

The only photograph available c. 1947. of the Whyman's and Bailey's semi- detached cottages taken from Cwm-Rhondda, Stoney Lane. They had their gardens in the area over the hedge until they passed away and the land was purchased by George Robinson to build his bungalow on.

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