Working at Richard’s Stonemasons workshop, Ross c 1900 Stonemasons finishing stone blocks from the Ross sandstone quarries so they are ready to be used for building. If you’re passing by Bakery 31 in Ross, take a peek at the wooden shed behind it. The locals think this was where Richard’s workshop was.
‘Ashby’ is a wool-growing property near Ross. If you look closely, you can see members of the Bennett household on the veranda, and a lady ready to drive a four wheeled buggy – a little glimpse of life in another era. We’ve included some close-ups of the Bennett family. Claude Standaloft, the photographer, ran a […]
E T Richard was a builder and mason. This postcard of his family was probably taken by Claude Standaloft, and later used to promote Mr Richard’s business. There is much happening in this delightful photo. We can see one of his older daughters bringing out some lunch, some of the other kids larking about on […]