James HARDACRE (1861-1947), is our 2nd Great Grandfather, from Settle, North Yorkshire. He was the fourth of six children born to Cooper & Casker, Richard HARDACRE, & farmer’s daughter, Mary CLAPHAM. James appears to have excelled at school and chose a career in teaching.
After taking teaching positions in Halifax, Skipton, and Redmire, James settled in Nether Poppleton as Headmaster of the village school. In 1922, the Hardacres retired to 150 Burton Stone Lane, York, a property which would become the family home for another two generations.
This photo album consists of James’ family, friends, and travels after being widowed in 1930. The album contains great deal of ‘Walkies’ aka Walking Pictures, pocket sized, photographic mementos taken of people walking on the street. Popular from the end of WWI to the 1970s, these images were taken in resort towns, on promenades, and piers, of tourist destinations.
- James HARDACRE (1861-1947) & Mary BARLOW (1860-1930)
- Gilbert Clapham Hardacre (1889-1959)
- Elsie Mary HARDACRE (1892-1963) & Bernard HUDSON (1888-1939)
- Beryl Hudson (1924-1993)
- Sheila Mary HUDSON (1925-2016) & Arnold Wear CLARK (1921-1983)
- Richard Dacre Hudson (1927-2011)
- Clara Cynthia Hudson (1933-2015)
- Geoffrey Ronald Hardacre (1900-1977)
- Societe Des Cinephotos – Walking Pictures, c. 1930
- GreatShips – SS Montcalm
- Wikipedia – SS Strathnaver
- Wikipedia – Columbus Monument, La Rambla, Barcelona
- Scotlands People – Photograph of “A” and “B” Decks aft from the Docking Bridge on the Canadian Pacific Line liners SS Montcalm & SS Montclare
- Alamy.com – Photograph at the Port of Algiers 1932
- Alamy.com – Photograph of 1920-1930s Colonial Architecture, Algiers
- iStockPhoto – Old stores in Tetouan Medina quarter in Northern Morocco
- Gibraltar Timeline – Gibraltar Places Then & Now: A – E
- urban75.org – Llandudno Pier: a splendid, Grade II listed Victorian pier in north Wales – photos and history