9 thoughts on “Armistice Celebration, Durham Street c1918

  1. I have a copy of this photo which says that the lady standing on the back of the lorry was Mable Henderson and it was the 1919 peace celebrations.


  2. If this is the shop at 42 Durham Street, Stockton, it was occupied for many years pre- and post- World War Two (until the early 1960’s) by Frederick and Frances Tatterton, grocers and general dealers, relatives of mine. This generation of local Tattertons were brought up in Wilkinsons Yard behind Norton High Street, opposite the Unicorn Pub. Their father George was from Elvington, Yorks.


    • June Tatterton went to school with me at the Frederick Nattrass. I knew she lived in Stockton but never could understand why she went to that school. It was 1942-49.


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