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 The LORD WARDEN at Church Wharf Salcott unloading flints, c1920. Her skipper at this time was Jack Spitty. 

Used in Down Tops'l page 65 - caption is:

LORD WARDEN after a stack at Salcot, where the creek is now dammed. On this trip the LORD WARDEN's skipper met his future wife, and they were married in the church hard by. Their son has been named after the barge. Page 123 names the ...
Cat1 Places-->Salcott & Virley Cat2 Barges-->Pictures Cat4 [Display on front screen]

The LORD WARDEN at Church Wharf Salcott unloading flints, c1920. Her skipper at this time was Jack Spitty.
Used in Down Tops'l page 65 - caption is:
"LORD WARDEN after a stack at Salcot, where the creek is now dammed. On this trip the LORD WARDEN's skipper met his future wife, and they were married in the church hard by. Their son has been named after the barge." Page 123 names the skipper as Jack Spitty and his son as Victa Warden Spitty.
LORD WARDEN was built Sandwich 1891 for William Jas. Hughes, Official No. 97705. She was later owned by Clem Parker at Bradwell and Wakeley Bros of Rainham.
Date: c1920      


Photo: Ron Green Collection
Image ID RG06_351
Category 1 Places-->Salcott & Virley
Category 4 [Display on front screen]


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.