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A Unique Photographic Record of Matlock & District, 1910-1915, and World War One Soldiers

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Place: Darley Dale, Matlock
Property / Street / Road: Hackney Lane
Date: 1910 - 1914
Description/Historical Information: Family group of six women and girls, with male. They are now known to have been members of the Fleet family who moved to Matlock from Chester in 1906, living initially at Gresley Villa on Bakewell Road and then moving to Mount View on Dimple Road. They were members of Matlock's Congregational Church, probably why Vernon Lamb took their picture.
In the picture are:
Top row: Ada, Alice (wife of Thomas Bridge, owner of the Holly Tree Inn) and Ida (grandmother of George Warren of Matlock).
Bottom row: Annie, Mary (mother), Eva and Dan Fleet (father) who was an Assurance Agent.

There are two other photographs of Dan or Daniel Fleet, in the Singles and Couples section - VLA5102 and VLA5135. Also see the Holly Tree Inn.
Ida, Ada and Eva Flint can be seen on VLA5121.
Further information
elsewhere on this site:
- Matlock: The Fleet Family of Bakewell Road and the Dimple.
- Matlock: Thomas Stephen Bridge & his Family, 19th & 20th Century.
Image Reference: VLA5115
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