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Hambrook Silver Band Master Albert Fowler
This photo kindly sent in by Caroline Barton, great-granddaughter of Albert. Thank you Caroline (Jan 2018)
|Hambrook Prize Band - 1928/29|
row, left to right; George Bracey, Charlie Adams, not known,
row; gent in trilby hat
Band Master Albert Fowler [
Front row; sitting far left Fred Lockyer; sitting far right Jack Adams. Trombonist, see message below.
Base drummer; not known.
Middle & front row names remembered and sent in by Kay Fry's Mum. Thankyou.
Maria Gregory-Brown, nee
Thompson, has written to say... "My grandfather, Victor Thompson,
is seated in the front row next to the cups holding a trombone.
Hambrook Prize Band - 1928/29 [similar to picture above]
Left to right, back row:
1. George Bracey,
2. Charlie Adams, 3. ?, 4.
Middle row: 8, 9, 10, 11, Band Master Albert Fowler, 13, 14, 15 Joe Huish, 16 Phillip Lockyer, 17 drummer.
Front row: 18, 19, 20, 21 Victor Thompson, 22, 23.
Names 15 & 16 and photograph kindly sent in by Michael James Huish.
Hambrook Prize Band - Parade at Kingswood, Bristol, late 1920s
Bandsman in centre, reaching out into crowd, is Joe Huish. Small Bandsboy in front of him is Phillip Lockyer.
Names and photograph kindly sent in by Michael James Huish.
Hambrook Prize Band - thought to be taken on Two Mile Hill, Kingswood, Bristol
Photograph kindly sent in by Michael James Huish.
Another photo sent in by Caroline Barton, great-granddaughter of Band Master Albert Fowler, far right.
Thank you Caroline. Jan 2018.