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 The Zeppelin at Little Wigborough - some of the Special Constables involved in arresting the German crew.

From left, Olive Dansie (daughter of Edgar Dansie and Grace White), one of the two girls is Marjorie Hyam (later Costello), the boys unknown, then the three Special Constables; Charlie King who lived opposite the Plough in Peldon, Edgar Nicholas who accepted the surrender of the German ...
Cat1 Places-->Peldon-->Shops and Businesses Cat2 War-->World War 1 Cat3 Places-->Wigborough Cat4 Places-->Peldon-->People

The Zeppelin at Little Wigborough - some of the Special Constables involved in arresting the German crew.
From left, Olive Dansie (daughter of Edgar Dansie and Grace White), one of the two girls is Marjorie Hyam (later Costello), the boys unknown, then the three Special Constables; Charlie King who lived opposite the Plough in Peldon, Edgar Nicholas who accepted the surrender of the German crew, and Clem Hyam.
In the background is Sam White's Peldon shop, which was managed by Edgar Dansie, standing far right.
Caption by Alan Smith. The Photograph was originally from Miss M. Cock.
Date: cOctober 1916      


Photo: Mersea Museum - Alan Smith Collection
Image ID ALS_ZEP_001
Category 1 Places-->Peldon-->Shops and Businesses
Category 2 War-->World War 1
Category 3 Places-->Wigborough
Category 4 Places-->Peldon-->People

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.