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Donald Mackay Shaw, Dairyman, 249 High Street

Mark Bruce has provided this photo of his great grandfather, Donald Mackay Shaw, dairyman, of 249, High Street. He had a dairy business and later on a cafe both in the High Street of Brentford
Dairyman and handcart with empty milk bottles, in back garden
The three wheel handcart is smartly painted with signage 'Langhorne Dairy, D.M. Shaw & Son, 249 High Street, Brentford'.

Donald Mackay Shaw, dairyman is recorded in trade directories for 1933 and 1940 at this address (but not 1931: this was still a butchers). Telephone directory entries for 1950-1955 show D J M Shaw, photographer at this address: Donald James, the son of Donald Mackay Shaw and grandfather to Mark.

Published October 2010