New on Gwulo: 2018, week 14
A summary of what's new and updated on Gwulo:
Looking for information about:
- Manley and Madar families in Shanghai and Hong Kong
- What did policeman William Stirton MCHARDY [1906-????] receive the Colonial Police Medal for?
- Douglas Ward (son of Elfrida Maria WARD (née XAVIER) [1915-2008] and Reginald Gwynne WARD [1905-1957]) has identified himself in the photo of children at Stanley Camp, but asks if anyone can spot his brother Reginald:
- New photos of Margaret Wheeldon PUGH (née WHEELDON) [1926-2017], one of Cathay Pacific's first air hostesses.
- John Alexander Robertson SELBY [1900-1951]
- Ann has added information to several of the Stanley internees' pages:
- Amy Alice BANDER [1871-1950]
- Bernard Joseph MURRAY [1897-????]
- William Arthur PEPPERELL [1878-????]
- William Frank CULVER [1894-????]
- Eric William SHARP [1890-????]
- Aleitha Ada HIRST [c.1907-????]
- Walter Henry NOLLOTH [1901-1968]
- Herbert Louis N ASCOUGH [1897-????]
- Brian Charles Keith HAWKINS [1900-1962]
- Arthur William BLISS [c.1876-????]
- Ruby Eileen HALL (née BLISS) [1908-2001]
- Bertram Walter BRADBURY [1885-????]
- P CULVER [????- ]
- Ashley has identified buildings I've wondered about for several years. They were the Hong Kong Electric Company's staff quarters, Causeway Hill [c.1926-c.1964]
- Edmond has created a video compilation showing how the Wanchai school and its surroundings changed over the years.
- Was the tadpole pond at Mount Austin built by the Japanese?
- New photos of Rikki's Restaurant in TST
- Klaus has mapped out the 1850/60's Praya Reclamation
- Ko Shing Theatre (1st generation) [c.1875-1927]
- Grandview Mansion [1955- ]
- Buildings below the hairpin bend on Tai Hang Road
- Abandoned school in Wo Tin, Lantau [1962- ]
- Ming Ying School on Third Street
- What was the house at the 11 1/2 milestone?
- Does anyone know where "Oliver's Mount" was in Hong Kong, or where Betty Church lived?
- John has lots of questions about St Joseph's Building and other buildings nearby.
- Q&A about Mollers Line
- Looking for when Hop Tuck the carpenter was in business and could have made this:
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