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by Brett Payne, of Tauranga, New Zealand
Samuel Maddock

of Long Eaton




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Samuel Maddock was operating in Long Eaton from at least the late 1920s until 1940 (see dated photos below).  There was a Samuel Maddock (born c. 1869 Southport, Lancashire) living in Southport at the time of the 1901 Census, who was working as an "Artist Miniature Painter & Manager of Photo Business."  It seems likely that this is the same person.

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Photograph © & courtesy of Picture the Past Long Eaton Pierrots, taken by Samuel Maddock, at Tamworth Road, Long Eaton, c. 1929
Size: unknown

Photograph © & courtesy of Picture the Past

The Pierrots are shown here, probably outside St James' Church (with which they were connected). Front right is Nellie Longden, back second from right is Albert Rudd and second row fourth from the left is Mary Ann Longden (they were married in 1930).


Photograph © & courtesy of Roger Beswick Phyllis & George Beswick, taken by Samuel Maddock of Long Eaton, in 1933
Size: unknown

Photograph © & courtesy of Roger Beswick

No further information available.

Photograph © & courtesy of Roger Beswick

Subject: Cousin of David Hutchings (Image unavailable),
by Samuel Maddock of Long Eaton,
Date: Taken in 1940

Format: Post Card
Size: 150 x 93 mm

Photograph © & courtesy of David Hutchings

Notes.

Photograph © & courtesy of David Hutchings

References
Image kindly provided by David Hutchings, Picture the Past, Roger Beswick
Image reproduced by kind permission from Picture the Past - North East Midland Photographic Record
1881 UK Census - online from the LDS church
1891 UK Census - online from Ancestry.com
1901 UK Census index - online from the PRO
FreeBMD
Anon (1932) Kelly's Directory of Derbyshire 1932, Kelly's Directories Ltd., London.

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