Village children at play. Pretend Wedding, outside thatched cottage at Hardy's Green, Birch. 1933 ?

L-R 1. Mary Wayman, 2. Mona Faircloth, 3. Joyce Wayman, 4. Alice Wayman ?, 5. Bernard Pepper, 6. Dennis Borley, 7. Jean Pepper, 8. Jean Borley.



Chris Faircloth emailed June 2016:

Mona Faircloth was my late Auntie Mona. My great grandad Sam Faircloth first moved into the Birch ...
Cat1 Birch-->Hardy's Green

Village children at play. "Pretend Wedding", outside thatched cottage at Hardy's Green, Birch. 1933 ?
L-R 1. Mary Wayman, 2. Mona Faircloth, 3. Joyce Wayman, 4. Alice Wayman ?, 5. Bernard Pepper, 6. Dennis Borley, 7. Jean Pepper, 8. Jean Borley.

Chris Faircloth emailed June 2016:
Mona Faircloth was my late Auntie Mona. My great grandad Sam Faircloth first moved into the Birch area in the mid 1840s ( we think) from Finchingfield, his wife had a number of sisters who all married locally and so my grandfather had first cousins who were Whybrows, Burmbys and (if I remember rightly) Frenchs.
I have a photo somewhere of two elderly brothers with Abe Lincoln beards we always refer to as the Whybrow twins who were some of those cousins.
Date: c1933      


Photo: Pat Adkins
Image ID PBA_043_001
Category 1 Birch-->Hardy's Green

This image is part of the Mersea Island Museum Collection.