The successful 1947 St George’s Cricket team

Back row L-R

HMC Havergal, RA Parvin, RG McFarlane, COV Hume, PH Collinson

Front row L-R

PC Bowsher, TM Holden, MG Griffiths, JD Harvey, BJ Gibbons, ECH Huddy

This is 1950 or 51 when the Raleigh was extended over the Victoria.

As you look at the picture R S Ward is on the left and A R C Lane on the right.

Old black and white photo of the St George's School PlaygroundThe Playground in the late 1940s

Old black and white photo of the St George's School PlaygroundAnd another view from the same period

Old black and white photo of the football of St George's School Windsor1952 football team

back row L-R
I M McIntyre, P A Denny,
Mr Harvard, R S Ward, A R C Lane

middle row L-R
J J A Clarke, N C H Harris,
M J Fisher, R I S McGuigan, R A Holmes

front row L-R:
A D H McCullough, N W L Berry

Old black and white photo of the Choir of St George's School Windsor

This is a picture of the Choir in 1951 in Cheltenham when we performed in the Festival. On Doc H’s right is David Brook with Martin Fisher next to him. On his left Anthony Davis with Richard Latham behind them. In front of him is Robert Ward with Allan McDowell on my left. Front row from the right as you look at the picture David Houston, Tom Blower, Peter Denny, Andy McCullough and Ian McIntyre.

Old black and white photo of a School Play - The Fellow Traveller in 1952School Play – The Fellow Traveller 1952

Old black and white photo of the army at St George's School Windsor
David Brook writes… I attach a high quality scan (I hope) of the school visit to the George V and the US Valley Forge. (I can still remember seeing white bread for the first time being sliced on the American boat.) I think we are on the former. On the back of the photo I have written “about 1948”, but this was done several years later.

The names are, L to R: Nicolai de Gren, D.T.U.Watson, X, Ernie M.R. Robinson (back row), Watkins (in front), Tim d’Arch Smith (“Datchet”), Coombe minor, Barnsley, Richard Latham, me (half hidden), Daniels, A. de R. Davis, Collinson ma, Brian D. Taylor (front), Huddy, Lane ma, Malcolm Havergal (at back), X, Gibbens ma, X (half-hidden, back row), Tim Bavin(front), Holden, Matron, K.J.K. Payne, Peter C. Bowsher, Mark Cherniavsky, Mervyn C. Griffiths (only forehead and hair visible), McVie, Mrs Griffiths, W.P.O. Cleave.

I suspect the photographer was Mr Griffiths who was, I seem to recall, a Naval Chaplain, and had organised the visit. (Somehow I acquired, possibly on a “quissing” Sunday, two photos taken by him during the 1944 D-day landings. Not much to see actually.)