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All photos from Paul Cole.

The Orange Family

Paul's great grandfather James Orange and family moved to Feltwell from Newcastle. Paul's grandfather was John Thomas Orange (seen below). Paul's uncle was Alfred (Pip) James Orange founder of Feltwell A&H Society and researcher of much of the information found on this website.
Left, Francis Mary Simpson (nee Orange).
Middle: Catherine (Kitty) Louisa Symonds. (23/12/1899-11/11/1984)
Right: Catherine Georgeina Cole (nee Orange) (23/6/1938-)
Baby is Judith Simpson

John Thomas Orange (6/2/1897-19/12/1968) in his Home Guard uniform, rank of Major.
 John married Catherine Louisa Symonds in 1918

Details to follow

John Orange (26/5/1932-)

Mr & Mrs James Orange. Grandparents of AJO
James (1872-1946)
Georgina Greenfield Orange (nee Nicholson) (1871-1951)
Taken before 1925 at Feltwell

Catherine Georgeina Orange (Paul's mother) outside the shop in Hill Street. Married Jack Alfred Cole on 28/6/1958. Malcolm Cock and ? outside the shop Catherine Cheeseman outside the shop Alfred William (Kelly) Cole with Herbie Cock's Fordson tractor. Alfred James Orange AJO (18/8/1919-)
His wife, Vera Mabel Orange (nee Botterill) (23/8/1931-14/8/1976)
Daughter: Linda Jane Orange (6/11/1964-)
The shop on Hill Street was owned by Alfred George Symonds and his wife Susan Maria nee Beamis, the parents of Catherine Symonds when she married John Orange. It was a successful newsagents and stationers. John and Catherine eventually sold the business to Waterman's but kept the premises. These were, for a time, rented to an organ company and then to Bell's Bakery of Hockwold before being turned into a house called The Orangery.