Historical information

Emil William (Mon) Motschall lived at Panton Hill all his life and married Marjorie Smith, also a local. In 1969, he was awarded the British Empire Medal for services to the local Fire Brigade and was involved with other local organisations. Marjorie wrote two chapters in Alan Marshall's book "Pioneers and Painters" and wrote a history of Panton Hill.

Newspaper article: "Mon devoted a life to the Hill", Diamond Valley News, c1977, Life of Emil Motschall.
Newspaper article: "Book on 'Hill' is launched", Diamond Valley News, 20 March 1984. Launch, by Robert Marshall, of Marjorie Smith Motschall's book "Wild Wood Days at Panton Hill".
Newspaper article: "Rare welcome for visitors to craftschop", Diamond Valley News, 20 March 1984. Small drama of locked door at Montsalvat craftschop.
Newspaper article: "Marjorie Florence Smith Motschall". Obituary.
Newspaper death notices: Marjorie Motschall.

Physical description

Newspaper clippings, A4 photocopies, etc