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Cheltenham Football Club B Grade Premiers, 1934. Back Row: Trainer Gould, -, -, Bill Walker, Len Whitecross, Alby White, Claude Greenwood, Daryl -, Tom Butler, Fred Virtue, Ossie Nicols, Percy Woff, Centre Row: Tim Kennor,  Jack Connor, Alec Crawford, Bill Darby, Alf Clark, - Captain, Cyril Anthony, Fred Virture, Front Row: Unknown Umpire, Jim Whitehead, Stan Robertson, Bill Fawkner, Arthur Wilson.
Date:
1935
Cheltenham Football Club – Premiers 1913.
Date:
1913

Letterhead for Mary Ann Fiander’s drapery business at Cheltenham.

Courtesy:
Zoe Ratcliffe

Grave of Charles Joseph and Mary Ann Fiander in the Pioneers Cheltenham Cemetery, 2009.

Date:
2009
Creator:
Zoe Ratcliffe
Memorial Brass for Charles Fiander and his son Louis at St Matthew’s Cheltenham.

The Home of the Judd Family becomes First Home of the Centre.

Courtesy:
Judith Haskins

New Community Centre and Centre of Worship for the South Cross Community Church, 2021.

Date:
2021
Fiander Charles Joseph brass engraving St Pauls Anglican Cathedral Melbourne in 2001.
Date:
2001
Creator:
Zoe Ratcliffe
Mary Ann Fiander in 1905 with her sons, left to right, Frederick , Francis, Charles, Ernest and Louis.
Date:
1905
Courtesy:
Zoe Ratcliffe

View of the chancel of St Matthew’s Church 1942.

Date:
1942
Courtesy:
Dennis Maynard
New Organ at St Matthew’s Anglican Church Cheltenham, dedicated in memory of Mrs Mary Ann Tricks formerly Mary Fiander. From left: J McKnight, Claude Simpson, Mrs N Ratcliffe and Miss S D Fiander grand-daughters of Mary Fiander, and Rev George Lucas, vicar. 1964.
Date:
1964

Australian and New Zealand War Memorial at Gallipoli.

Date:
2008
Creator:
Pam Whitehead

Grave of Corporal Claude Nuttall MM at Heath Cemetery north of Harbonnieres in France.

Date:
2000
Courtesy:
Jessie Brent
Marriage of Corporarl Claude Nuttall in England to Violet Alma Mary Palfreman. Arthur Morris Gains from Cheltenham in the wedding group
Courtesy:
Jessie Brent
The Nuttall sisters, Marjorie, Freda and Adeline
Date:
1950
Courtesy:
Jessie Brent

Claude Milton Rich Nuttall of Cheltenham, who fought in France in WW1, was wounded in the thigh and later killed by a sniper in August 1918.

Date:
1916
Courtesy:
Jessie Brent

Wet Evening circa 1927, Clarice Beckett.

Date:
1927

Summer Fields 1926 Clarice Beckett.

Date:
1926

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