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The Steeden family

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Benjamin Rockall & Rebecca Steeden who married at Tingewick in 1859 then moved to Devon
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Contributed by Rob Rockall
Tingewick Hall in the 1930s. Can anyone put names to the faces?
(Probably) a group of servants The Hall Workmen (or gardeners?)
Arthur Trump (butler)is seated on the grass - but does anyone recognise the others?    
Contributed by Jane Munro


Photo of Reginald and Edith Steeden, plus their first three daughters - Gwendolen, Dorothy and Alice about 1916. Reginald George Benjamin Steeden (1884-1963) and his children, Gwendolen, Dorothy, Alice and Alfred, (all now deceased) standing in front of their house, demolished to enlarge the corner of the Tingewick High Street with the road that leads to Water Stratford Buckinghamshire County Council archives photo c. 1918 includes Edith Steeden standing on the left in the pale dress with buttons.
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Contributed by Jane Munro
Girl Guides (probably late 1920s)
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Can anyone put any names to these faces? Alice Lucy Steeden is standing far right, back row ( I think!)
Gwendolen Violet Steeden
married
Frank E. Tapping
Alice Lucy Steeden
married
Frederick Arthur Trump
Dorothy Hilda Steeden
married
Harold Andrew Tibbles
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winter 1938/9 June 1941 spring 1939
Contributed by Jane Munro