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HA02406_Beeforth_s_Borogate.jpg
HA02406 Beeforth's Blacksmiths, BorogateAt the time of King George V's Silver Jubilee celebrations?
HA02732_The_Stables_Borogate_.jpg
HA02732 The Stables, Borogate, ~1904Tom Barker (standing), landlord of The Royal Oak at that time, and Kit Barker, Tom’s son, on the horse.
Kit Barker was born in 1895 suggesting that the photograph was taken about 1904
HA03229_Helmsley_Town_map_1823_.jpg
HA03229 Helmsley Town map - 1823 Map by Tukes and Ayer
HA05046_Helmsley_aerial_view_.jpg
HA05046 Helmsley aerial view Likely to have been taken on a Monday from the washing on the lines!
HA05152_Helmsley_Stables_.jpg
HA05152 Helmsley Stables Kit Barker seated, Fred Maynard (Head Groom) standing
HA06674_Market_Place_and_Royal_Oak_1956.jpg
HA06674 Market Place and Royal Oak, 1956
HA06796_Market_Square_taken_from_Church_tower.jpg
HA06796 Market Place taken from Church tower
HA07046_Pockley.jpg
HA07046 Pockley
HA07101_Market_Place.jpg
HA07101 Market Place
HA08409_Barker_s_Livery_Stable_Horses_outside_Sherwood_s_Grocers.jpg
HA08409 Barker's Livery Stable Horses outside Sherwood's Grocers
HA08561_Percy_Beeforth_s_shop_in_Helmsley.jpg
HA08561 Percy Beeforth's shop on BorogateIn the 1911 census, Percy Beeforth was a "blacksmith journeyman" working for Pennock's blacksmiths off the Market Place
In this image, taken in 1935 (King George V's Silver Jubilee celebrations) the sign over the door says "shoemaker and general store"
The lady in the doorway is likely to be Gladys Irene Beeforth (née Waines)
HA08762_Helmsley_Forge2C_Borogate.jpg
HA08762 Helmsley Forge, BorogateClick here for Google StreetView...
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