Rose Cottage, Whitecroft (General)

by probinson @, S. Oxon, Friday, November 30, 2018, 20:52 (661 days ago) @ Clements Tump

Of no help but found these references at the BNA:

Cheltenham Chronicle - Saturday 28 July 1923
Lydney Mining Prize.—Mr. Harold Morgan. fourth son of Mr and Mrs. E. Morgan, of Rose Cottage, Whitecroft, near Lydney, is the winner this year of the valuable chief prize offered by tile committee of the Forest of Dean Mining Classes. It consists £100 a year for two years, with tuition at upto-date mining colliery and facilities for pursuing mining studies at leading mining college. Sir. Morgan has beeu employed at the Princess Royal. He has specialized in pumping activities. Last year he missed winning eovetcd honour by narrow margin. His elder Drother, Cyril, won this same, prize three years ago. Another brother, John, also succeeded some years ago in reaching the top of the list Mr. W. C. Morgan, seuior, twice distinguished himself as mining student in that he caiue out at tho top of the lists for two years succession.

Gloucester Journal - Saturday 09 January 1932
THROWN TO HIS HEAD. Mr. W. K. C. Morgan, # Rose Cottage, Whitecroft, was severely injured when the motor cycle was riding to Cinderford skidded on tho greasy road at Parkend. Morgan was thrown his head and received severe cuts and slight concussion. was afterwards conveyed his home, following medical attention, by a private motor car.

Gloucester Journal - Saturday 07 November 1914
GLOUCESTER'S ROLL OF HONOUR. - Morgan, Cyril C., Rose Cottage, Whitecroft, Lydney.

Gloucester Journal - Saturday 12 June 1926
BEES for Sale; strong early swarms.— Apply W. E. Morgan, Rose Cottage, Whitecroft. Lydney. Glos.


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