Historic Photos by Malcom Hopkins

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A picture of my Grandmother Winifred Thomson, she is standing in the center with the two children, I believe a number of the people in the background are relatives. When my Grandmother married Mortimer Douglas Dudman they moved to a house (semi-detached) called Westhorpe that I believe was in Hodford Road (possibly 39), Golders Green. Some of you memebers my recognise the house in the background or maybe where the picture was taken (North Finchley - Woodside Park?). I was curious if the coach/carriage/ was one that went between North Finchley and London, I am amazed at how many people are on it and counted at least 12 pairs of eyes.

A picture of my Grandmother Winifred Thomson, she is standing in the center with the two children, I believe a number of the people in the background are relatives. When my Grandmother married Mortimer Douglas Dudman they moved to a house (semi-detached) called Westhorpe that I believe was in Hodford Road (possibly 39), Golders Green.
Some of you memebers my recognise the house in the background or maybe where the picture was taken (North Finchley – Woodside Park?).
I was curious if the coach/carriage/ was one that went between North Finchley and London, I am amazed at how many people are on it and counted at least 12 pairs of eyes.

John Thomson 4b

John Frederick Denzil Thomson and Harriet Elizabeth Quinton

A.R Quinton a well-known landscape artist and his wife

The Oaks 73 Holden Road North Finchley (Woodside Park?)

The Oaks
73 Holden Road
North Finchley (Woodside Park?)

The Oaks 73 Holden Road North Finchley (Woodside Park?)

The Oaks
73 Holden Road
North Finchley (Woodside Park?)

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