People of Tupton.
Ellen Cook & Tom Stamp (1930-32) Tupton Carnival King & Queen.
Tupton Carnival King & Queen and attendees
Reminiscence by John Stamp click HERE
Carnival Day (Maiden Street) - Irene Westbury (left) & Ellen Westbury.
John Lowe the darts player was born in a semi-detached house called "Holy Hurst" on Ward Street.
Click the picture above to read an extract from his book "Old Stoneface -My Autobiography."
Click the photo belowof pictures of Mrs Janet Lowe and friends.
Provided by Angela Hall daughter of Janet Lowe. With thanks
History of Tupton's Chapel Players: Click HERE.
Tupton Tornados 2003- (Thanks to Pam Windley)
Ernest Roger Bicknell was a boxer born in Tupton in 1905.
Thanks to Dean Buckley
Tommy Stamp on Horse.
Tommy a well known farmer and milk man in Tupton and Wingerworth is sat on the Horse with Margaret his daughter. Tommy's father is holding the horse and the young woman we think is Edna Haykin ( nee Westbury ) who did some work on the farm.
Kathleen Turner front right with Harold Thorpe rear centre. Harold married Edna Turner and she and Harold built the detached house at the top of Whitehouse Farm drive which was in land presumably given them by Edna's father Herbert Turner. Harold was a joiner and undertaker and moved to Ashover.
Rebecca and Herbert Turner with Kathleen (then Turner) became Stamp. The Turners bought Whitehouse Farm when the Hunloke estate was sold off.
John Madin who built and named Madin Street and other properties in Tupton. Lived in big stone house above Madin street
Whitehouse Farm around 1955 with the opencast going on in the field operated by a Howie? Elvin?
Not sure whee this is. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks to John Stamp and Pam Windley
Bertha Cantrill, Kath Elliott, Midge White, Ada Simpson.
Thanks to Gail Hamson and Pam Windley
Paul Elliott, his mother, eldest sister Kath and youngest Gail.
Paul and his brothers - 10 children in all.
Thanks to Paul Elliott.
Click above for the Waterhouse Family