Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Stones Bakery, King Street Ramsgate, now Evolution Café, old photos,

 The wedding of Frederick William Stone and Annie Ethel Cashman
 left to right, William John Stone, William Frederick Stone (Bill) and the last Baker in King Street, and Frederick William Stone. I am pretty sure the is grandfather left, father right and son in the middle
 David Richards left Fred Ewington right in the bakery 1960s
 bakery 1960s
  bakery 1960s
Ted Pitcher left Charlie Carter right. I assume this is the rear of the bakery.

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In view of the new café opening there and the substantial renovation of the whole building still ongoing I have been trying to put together some related historic photos, thanks to Dave Richards and Graham Anderson for the ones above.

What I have been trying to get in particular is an old picture of the outside, nothing so far I’m afraid.

4 comments:

  1. Hi - there is an old photo of the front with 4 of the women who worked there. Someone posted it on the We Love Ramsgate Facebook page. My name is Ruth Winstanley on Facebook

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  2. Hi - there is an old photo of the front with 4 of the women who worked there. Someone posted it on the We Love Ramsgate Facebook page. My name is Ruth Winstanley on Facebook

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  3. Ruth I looked and can't find it, any idea when

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  4. Hi there
    Did anyone find the photo of the workers outside the Stones Bakery? one of the ladies may be my mother.

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