May 9th, 1910


Francis Bennett-Goldney the Mayor, Earl Roberts and the Town Clerk, Henry Fielding in the carriage in front of no. 12 Lower Bridge Street, the home of Dr. James Reid.


Francis Bennett-Goldney the mayor & Earl Roberts sitting beside him


The Town Clerk, Henry Fielding reading the proclamation in front of Twymans, with Mayor Bennett-Goldney, Earl Roberts and a Clergyman in the carriage


The Proclamation being read in St. Peter's Street by the West Gate

The Proclamation being read in St. Peter's Street


The Proclamation procession in St. Peter's Street, just before the Westgate. You can see Holy Cross Church in the background. The street where the car is coming from is St. Peter's Place. The photograph is most likely being taken from the roof of Barrett's Garage.


St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church at Wincheap Green, with the entrance to the Canterbury East Station on the right, along with the Station Hotel

Nothing written on the back of this card

The band and escorts of the procession are the 21st Lancers




*I'm not quite sure at this time, if this is of the same event.....

Mailed from Canterbury September 14, 1910 to

Mrs. K Simmonds

34 Palace Street


(no other writing)


© T. Machado 2007