31. Hove Creek, with Coast Road behind. Oysterman on the right with a tendle on his arm and another on the ground, wearing the canvas smock much favoured by many of ...
Date: Before 1928
Image ID MMC_L198_027
32. St Peter's Meadow from Hove Creek. GREY GULL, CK144, owned by Bunny and Bill Cook.
Date: Before 1984
Image ID MMC_P1005_003
33. View of Mersea from a boat. WOODPECKER.
12 Jan 2018 Graham Knott: WOODPECKER was Graham Wood's boat and Hoss Hoy's boat on the right. Wyatt's tug in centre ...
Image ID MMC_P369_004
34. Looking across St. Peter's Meadow to the beach and fisherman's hard, from Coast Road. Hove Creek comes in bottom right. There is a line of barbed wire just ...
Image ID MMC_P452
35. Hove Creek and the houseboats from Hove Hill. The tall funnel of SEAHORSE can be seen - she was not in her final resting place which was nearer Coast Road.
Image ID MMC_P753_A_010
36. Rose Bank Hill, West Mersea. W.H. Tilstone's Series postcard.
Image ID MMC_P755_005
37. Hove Creek - smacksmen are setting their trawls on the marsh beside the creek, with Jim Cook senior (in white) sitting on beam. Half a dozen smacks can be seen ...
Image ID MMC_P755_017
38. Hove Creek, working on a trawl. Jim Cook Snr in white.
Image ID MMC_P755_023
39. Orleans Cottage, West Mersea, with the church beyond. Kings Hard in the foreground.
W.H. Tilston's Series postcard.
Image ID MMC_P755_067
40. Charles Cook, known as 'Tuddy' or 'Gunner') winkling off the Monkey Beach. Coast Road, Coastguard mast and the church in the background. Another copy of this ...
Date: Before June 1905
Image ID MMC_P755_091
41. "Meditation". Annie Mabel Cooke on Ray Island.
Annie Mabel Cooke was probably born 1892 and the daugher of Elijah William "Robert" Cooke and Ellen Ennew. ...
Date: Before October 1906
Image ID MMC_P755_099
42. Buzz'n from the Monkey Steps
Image ID MMC_P870_H
43. Hove Creek. "Mr Jim Mussett" is written on back. Another copy has caption "Harold Cutts aged 22-23", and yet another copy "Hove Creek - Clarke Mussett and Jack ...
Image ID MST_OPA_037
44. A barge leaving Mersea having discharged timber on the Hard. Two packing sheds are visible on the left.
A picture from one of the slide shows run in Mersea ...
Image ID PA1_WAD_PIC32
45. Kings Hard, West Mersea - looking towards Orleans and the Church.
Postcard from Hammond, Great Totham, addressed to Miss Evelyn Turner, Post Office, West ...
Image ID PG2_617
46. A walk round Mersea Island. Pyefleet Creek looking across to Pewit Island.
Date: 16 March 2012
Image ID PJH_WRM_339
47. Special meeting over yacht centre. Opposition grows on Mersea Island.
From Essex County Standard
Date: 23 July 1965
Image ID PMS_SB01_003
48. No bungalow on Ray Island: shock decision.
Planning permission revoked after Mr Harrington, the owner who obtained planning permission immediately put it ...
Date: cOctober 1965
Image ID PMS_SB01_043
49. May 2015 Des Kaliszewski sailed his barge CYGNET up Pyefleet to the Strood. It is many years since barges regularly came up to the Strood to unload at the wharf ...
Date: 22 May 2015
Image ID PP4_CYG_828
50. Coast Road and the Hard in the background.
Image ID PUL_OPA_123
51. NELLIE PARKER when owned by Wakeley Bros. Mersea Quarters in the late 1930s.
Image ID RG03_845
52. Ray Island, West Mersea. Postcard 14377, postmarked 16 Sep 1923.
Date: Before September 1923
Image ID RG04_087
53. The Monkey Beach, West Mersea, looking east towards Beach Road and the Boat House. Postcard 78486 postmarked 24 December 1914.
Date: Before December 1914
Image ID RG04_093
54. The Brightlingsea owned ketch barge BRITANNIC unloading coal at Mersea. She was built at Southtown Suffolk in 1891.
Image ID RG06_107
55. Brightlingsea owned ketch barge BRITANNIC unloading coal at West Mersea, with oyster smack UNITY ahead of her. She was built at Southtown Suffolk in 1891 ...
Date: Before August 1924
Image ID RG06_109
56. West Mersea. Bawley 270CK PETREL at the Hard, West Mersea, owned by William John Stoker. Barge BRITANNIC.
Postcard No.11. Another copy of this card is ...
Date: Before 1911
Image ID RG11_123
57. Mersea Quarters. Chum Hewes is thought to be aboard the interesting - looking boat. Why is it flying a Port line houseflag ?
Image ID RG25_417
58. The Ray, West Mersea. Post card by Hammond, Gt. Totham, not mailed.
Image ID RG25_461
59. Fitting out at West Mersea, 1939. William Wyatt stands, rule in hand, while the covers come of the 40-foot cutter FLORENCE in the mud-berths at the "Old City" ...
Image ID RG27_353
60. The Gut. Looking up Ray Creek. 1930s. orig Dora Clift
Image ID RG27_437