WE ARE OPEN AGAIN
OPEN FRIDAY 22 .. all back to normal. The ceiling work is finished and thanks to our builders for a fantastic job in good time. Here are some of the volunteers who set to, sweeping, wiping and dusting down to make the room fit to take tea again. Note our eldest volunteer, Barbara, 90 - the first to pick up the sweeping brush!
Site Last Updated: 21:25 21 March : AD 2019
WELCOME TO ALL OUR VISITORS
A very warm welcome to all our visitors,
and especially to all those
ex-Sutton & Wawne folk who
may have long since left these 'gentle climes'
for other abodes in the far corners of this globe.
With special greetings for those of you now settled
in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa or
the USA, and anywhere within our Commonwealth and
this great world-wide family of English-speaking peoples.
For all of you who were born, worshipped
or were married here in Sutton or Wawne,
or have loved ones resting here -
to you all, wherever in the world you live now,
an especially warm welcome indeed.
We're pleased you have discovered us -
Clicking the buttons further below will start or stop a short peal
of Sutton's bells. They were added at Christmas, 2003.
Photos of all 14 CWGC War Graves in St James' churchyard are
posted on the appropriate page, added for Armistice Day in 2009.
Photos of the further 5 Family War Graves and Memorials were
added in time for Armistice Day in 2014. A database of the 420+ men
on all of our memorial plaques was started in 2014, and is now nearing
completion. What we have so far can be seen here in the Museum ~
Lest We Forget
May you all enjoy your visit
and brief stay with us.
We hope you will call again.
And of course, if you have a Family History
query we can help with . . . we're here to help !
or the churchbells
The Background map of The Groves that was here on this page,
along with a lengthy explanation of the history of this former
Sutton parish area, is now on a dedicated page of its own.
It can be accessed by clicking ... The Groves
reload this page with Side Menu .. .. if it helps you ... or dump it if not
Apologies : this website doesn't display as well in Internet Explorer ;
All squares and angles, about as subtle as a Soviet-era block of flats.
Recommend viewing in Firefox or Chrome.
the 2 school photos above
are historic postcards of 1910
A lot of family names & contacts
are already in our Guestbook ...
Why not add yours too .. ?
Founded by Merrill Rhodes, and husband Peter,
we are a local Folk Museum & Family History Centre
inside this Grade II listed school building of 1859;
the oldest former council school in Hull
still used for educational purposes:
staffed entirely by Volunteers and
supported by visitor donations;
Press F11 to view this site Full Screen
- without toolbars!
You can now also drag the menu
out of the way to the left.
Click Here also to
enter Our Museum Pages
. . . has anyone seen our ... little mouse!
Do you like our earlier background ?
... here it is again
A Map to Find Us at HU7 4TL
The little dead-end side road is a free car park
Our area covers the historic parishes of both
Sutton and Wawne villages.
Sutton parish also included Stoneferry, Wilmington, St Marks and The Groves,
all the way down to the north side of Witham,
up until the 1880s when new churches were built.
WE OFFER HELP WITH|
FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH
every Friday 10 till 2
not just Sutton & Wawne;
ALL areas of the UK !
Donations Always Welcome!
The Sutton War Memorial
has updates to spellings and
forenames of the now 236 men
never previously remembered
on our memorials.
We can take a photo of your child for you
in our re-creation of a Victorian School photo ?
Click these Chalkboards for More Details!
WE FIND CENSUS RECORDS &
interpretation of Service Records
ships, regiments & squadrons found;
both Royal & Merchant Navy;
Troopships & Convoys;
lost trawlers, etc
A map showing the relative
positions of our ancient villages is
We are proud to be supported by:
several local schools and the
Sutton in Holderness
and many individual
A full list of all our existing
Friends and Supporters
appears on our Friends Page
We can also be found on Google+
only until April 4th when it finishes
which leads to our 'Friends Page' . .
G.D.P.R. Data Protection and What we do
our website is hosted by Free Virtual Servers
School Visits from All Schools very Welcome;
if you can get here, we'll entertain you !
We can also host arranged visits by
Church Groups, Townswomens' Guilds,
Womens' Institutes, Clubs & Societies.
Click the railway station sign
to see our restored station seat
You can contact us at:
This website, and all its associated pages, is brought to you by the Sutton & Wawne Museum, a Free Museum inside the Old School, Sutton on Hull.
Sutton & Wawne Museum ~ inside The Old School ~ 25 Church St ~ Sutton on Hull ~ HU7 4TL
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PRESENTATIONS - TALKS - SPEAKERS
for Clubs and Societies
To further the finances of our museum, we have two speakers for hire
to talk to your society or interest group.
All proceeds from talks benefit the upkeep of this museum - no expenses ever deducted!
Five presentation subjects are available; all within the wider realm of history.
A projector / screen / laptop / leads, can be provided; only your mains power required.
A Wi-Fi connection is useful for the Internet maps talk.
Maps are downloaded directly from the internet, of
places requested by members of the audience.
See a list of Groups and Societies that have already supported us
for which we have already given talks and presentations.
please email for details
a small selection of miscellaneous
pics of Volunteer Staff memories
are now available to view for those
with the password to access them
Photo Album Archive
complete up to Folder 6