Monday, 20 April 2020

Photographic History - Village Characters - George Mumford - Butcher


From the 1920s until 1961, George Mumford was the village Butcher, his shop being the left half of the house on the Eton Wick Road shown in the photograph. Until the 1960s the other half of the 'semi' was a domestic dwelling. The building has seen many uses and occupiers, including a launderette, originally set up by George Mumford, and run by his eldest daughter Betty (wife of Windsor Chief Fire Officer Fred Clatworthy). The building has also housed a car accessory shop, a florists, a bakery, and a bookmakers. 


The Shepherds Hut Darts Team 1948/49
George Mumford is on the left.

This article was first published in A Pictorial History of Eton Wick & Eton.

No comments:

Post a comment