This database contains an index of some of the books and papers held by Mersea Museum. In some cases the database contains a complete transcription of a book or document.

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Cooking Victory Days - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_073
Title Cooking Victory Days - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract I didn't know much about cooking and for that matter some of the customers didn't either. In those days there was every luxury at hand but without the necessary equipment. Mersea was a good place to start the art of cooking as there was no competition. I like to think I helped put Mersea on the ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

252

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The Dance Hall - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_076
Title The Dance Hall - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract 1920. After four years of war, the most monstrous of man's illusions, it was only natural for those who had survived to look upon life with a light hearted and carefree abandon. Dancing was to take chief priority, old and young were learning the light fantastic steps of the Tango, Foxtrot, Turkey ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

253

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Victory Hotel January 1924 - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_078
Title Victory Hotel January 1924 - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The political world was in a great ferment of uncertainty; we decided to install a wireless, then almost in its infancy, so we converted a ladies toilet, one of two, at great expense into a different sort of receiving room for the introduction of this magic voice from outer space. A lot of people ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

254

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1920s onwards - more Victory Days. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_081
Title 1920s onwards - more Victory Days. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Bill and Cecil Barlow, now demobbed from the RAF, were the sons of the late Mr Lazarus Barlow who had owned the 50 ton schooner, the ROSENEATH, which used to anchor in the Quarters when they were in residence in their Mersea Home 'The Grove' facing the sea. Later, when The Grove was sold, Bill ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

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Arthur & Ruby Dale - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_111
Title Arthur & Ruby Dale - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Freddy Bird, Arthur Hempstead, Chaworth-Musters, B. Keenlyside, P. Musters, W. Tawnton, H. Summerville, May Maude Duprey

Sing songs were very pleasant to remember, we had quite a few customers who had nice baritone and base voices, it was never difficult to get together and enjoy ...

Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

256

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Debating Meetings at the Victory Hall - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_131
Title Debating Meetings at the Victory Hall - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Dumas, Chadwick, Hollick, Scringer, Grimwood

Debating meetings at the Victory Hall consisted of gaiety and wholesome nonsense mixed with sound common sense, attended by a mass of interested people, especially when the speaker was a well known personality. Most nights after dinner - a ...

Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

257

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Mock trial. Victory Bar - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_141
Title Mock trial. Victory Bar - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Still on the subject of making one's own recreations, Arthur Dale and my husband were about to compete in a Dabchicks race when an unexpected squall overturned the boat, which was named SHRIMP - an International dinghy and very lively in the heavy weather. They had no option but to swim ashore. A ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

258

Article

Sailing and Social Club 1930 - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_151
Title Sailing and Social Club 1930 - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Sir Travers Humphreys, the learned Judge, used to come to Mersea for a few deays before going on circuit. He had a good regard for the Went family, proprietors of the White Hart where he stayed. Sir Travers was a deep thinking man of very simple tastes, he gave the impression of a man attempting ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

259

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Rough Shooting. Sailing Club Late 1930 - Winifred Hone memoirs.
ID WW01_161
Title Rough Shooting. Sailing Club Late 1930 - Winifred Hone memoirs.
Abstract

Pastime

Rough shooting was a favourite pastime that many of the fishermen as well as visitors indulged in. Fred Pullen and Jack Lungley were locals who enjoyed the friendship and respect of many of the visiting wild fowlers. I am not sure that all they shot came ...

Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

260

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Mersea Sailing Club - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_165
Title Mersea Sailing Club - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The Mersea Sailing Club was founded in 1866 with Headquarters at The White Hart, then it was transferred to the houseboat EVANDRA, but it went into abeyance during the First World War. There were still several members of the original club living on the Island and it was decided to get it going ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

261

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Home Guard 1940 - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_171
Title Home Guard 1940 - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Many of the Mersea men ineligible for service in the forces joined the Peldon Home Guard. They had their headquarters at the Rose at Peldon, the popular landlord Ivan Pullen being the Officer in Charge of the platoon. The essence of comedy must hae been terrific when they did their training, square ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

262

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Mr Edward Paxman - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_181
Title Mr Edward Paxman - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract I had known Mr Edward Paxman, affectionately known as Ted, since he was at Cambridge in the 1920s. He came into his inheritance on the death of his father Mr James N. Paxman during the engineering depression. He was a young man who should have been enjoying a carefree life. Joyful and genial, he ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

263

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Edward Phillip Paxman - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_182
Title Edward Phillip Paxman - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The sudden death of E.P. Paxman at the early age of 48 was a serious loss to the engineering world and a sad blow to his many friends. It is not saying too much to describe it as a national disaster, for he was a man of dynamic energy and personality and a brilliant pioneer in diesel ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

264

Article

K.O.S.B. wartime. Caesar - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_191
Title K.O.S.B. wartime. Caesar - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The Kings Own Scottish Borderers were stationed here, they had a goose for their mascot named Caesar. The Regiment had no proof of her gender although at a much later date after the K.O.S.B. had departed for France it was established. Nobody could resist Caesar's charm, she liked titbits from the ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

265

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Old folk and children entertained - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_201
Title Old folk and children entertained - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Organised by Mrs Hone of the Sailing and Social Club, together with her daughters Mrs Garriock and Mrs Todhunter, and a very large band of willing helpers, one hundred old folk of West Mersea enjoyed a wonderful treat. In the beautifully decorated British Legion Hall they sat down on Friday to a ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

266

Article

Present day fishermen 1969 - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_211
Title Present day fishermen 1969 - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Rome was once saved by geese, but it is a still humbler creature that the Mersea fishermen look for each winter, Sprats and Herrings, but that didn't come up to expectations too frequently. Fishermen are dedicated to their vocation just as much as the Clergy are to the Church, which is usually ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published 1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

267

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Meditation 1969 - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_221
Title Meditation 1969 - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Maharishi Mahesh Yogi introduced his theory on the subject, you had to journey to India at great expense to indulge in this particular cult. Here on the Island there are considerable locations where with only the expenditure of time you can enjoy spiritual meditation. Cast your eye on an object ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published 1969
Source Mersea Museum

268

Article

Tollesbury - Archie White - 1918. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_231
Title Tollesbury - Archie White - 1918. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Archie White, who became quite famous with articles books and drawings later, I first met when he had sailed up Woodruffe Creek from Mersea with two friends, Cecil Woods and Donald Blythe, to attend Gooseberry Fair. This was a notable affair of long standing, something to be remembered, the sun ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

269

Article

Turner Postmaster - 1919. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_241
Title Turner Postmaster - 1919. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Mr Turner was the postmaster and his post office was in Yorick Road. He was a friendly man, when you went in for a stamp or to post a parcel he always found time for a nice friendly chat. One day I went to post a parcel and the door was locked. I just knocked and waited, I didn't even know that ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

270

Article

Harold Blind. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_251
Title Harold Blind. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Harold Blind was a colourful character, who came to Mersea after the First World War. He spent quite a time trying to improve his innonence [ enunciation ?] over an afflictive order, which he did with great difficulty as he suffered an impediment in his speech. Later he married a charming lady ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

271

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A. Dumas - yachtsman at the Victory. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_261
Title A. Dumas - yachtsman at the Victory. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Mr Dumas, owner of STORMCOCK, was a well known yachtsman that we inherited when we took the Victory, he used to come every evening for dinner and preferred a joint and two veg, followed by a boiled pudding of some sort. He had a tremendous capacity for food, he used to arrive at the beginning of ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

272

Article

1920 - Victory Hotel - People. Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_271
Title 1920 - Victory Hotel - People. Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Mr Justice Younger who afterwards became Lord Blanesburgh, a Justice of Appeal during our tenancy at the Victory, a batchelor and a very kindly man, one of his interests was in orphan societies to which he made many grants. He owned a picture of Mersea beach painted in the long distant past ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

273

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E. Arnot Robinson - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_281
Title E. Arnot Robinson - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract E. Arnot Robinson was little more than a girl when she came to the Island in the early twenties, she had been lent the Dutch boat owned by James McBey, the famous etcher. He had met her in London, he had painted a picture of her that was accepted and hung in the Royal Academy and named 'A portrait ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

274

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Taffy the Welshman - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_291
Title Taffy the Welshman - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Taffy the Welshman had arrived at Mersea in answer to an advert he had seen in the Daily News of that day. The advertiser was a foreman that Taffy had worked for on other sewerage developments. Taffy had been a miner in his early days and his tale of hardship and adversities used to keep the ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

275

Article

Reverend Baring Gould and Reverend Dunn
ID WW01_301
Title Reverend Baring Gould and Reverend Dunn
Abstract The Reverend Baring Gould, author of many Victorian novels, gave us this information. That this much loved church service Harvest Festival was first introduced by Rev. Robert Stephen Hawker September 1843. The Harvest Festival is the countrywide celebration and thanksgiving in the ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

276

Article

Zebedee Milgate and Tom Mole - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_311
Title Zebedee Milgate and Tom Mole - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Zebedee Milgate and Tom Mole were two other amusing characters. On one occasion Milgate was discussing his wealth with Mole having sold his small smack for £70. Not to be outdone by Milgate's statement of wealth, Mole replied he had plenty, his daughters heads always in the cupboards ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

277

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Harry Tate - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_321
Title Harry Tate - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Harry Tate, the well known comedian, visited Mersea with the idea of a yachting sketch in mind. The WATERLILLY owned by Mr Arthur Hempstead was chosen for the tryout. They all went aboard with picnic baskets and champagne, in fact a lot, but unfortunately they sailed onto Cobmarsh ten minutes after ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

278

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General Sir William Horwood KCB DSO - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_331
Title General Sir William Horwood KCB DSO - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract General Sir William Horwood KCB DSO, Chief of Metropolitan Police, had a house down the road near the Victory and always took an interest in our activities. He had known some of my husband's relations in their Irish affluency, that of a very old established firm of Lawyers in Dublin. It took a ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

279

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Lord Upjohn - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_341
Title Lord Upjohn - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Sir Gerald and Lady Upjohn have been members for many years, often come for a quiet meal and sometimes with friends. Their favourite menu seemed to be Fillet Steak with mushrooms and crip onions followed by [ ? ] omelette. after dinner very often he asked me to sit at his table and have a chat, I ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

280

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Captain Charles Simms - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_351
Title Captain Charles Simms - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Captain Charles Simms of the Mediterranean Fleet after his retirement visited the Industrial Fair in Germany where he was looking for a gadget to occupy him in his retirement. It was at this time stiletto heels were in fashion, made of wood and always splitting. He was interested ina small machine ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

281

Article

Nice Families - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_361
Title Nice Families - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Sir Alfred and Lady Soward lived on the Island and had to suffer knowing that their eldest daughter was drowned after the torpedoing of the LUSITANIA. Lieut. E.A. Soward, their eldest son, married Alma, the daughter of an Indian Army Officer, Captain Allyster Parker and was born at sea. At a very ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

282

Article

Leonard Weaver - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_371
Title Leonard Weaver - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Long before 1920 Mr Leonard Weaver must have been one of the first Gospellers. On Sunday afternoon he used to hold his spiritual gathering, his pulpit a horseless cart, his temple the sky surrounded by sea and grass fields, his organ the sign of the sea. Glory Glory Hallelujah and Onward Christian ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

283

Article

Mrs Condon
ID WW01_381
Title Mrs Condon
Abstract Mrs Condon, who saw service in the Boer war and ran a field kitchen in the 1914-1918 war with the Russians too near for comfort, was a noble and generous person without a selfish thought in her head. Her hobbies gardening and sailing, She had two brothers, Howard a well known architect who ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

284

Article

Thomas Gabriel - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_391
Title Thomas Gabriel - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Mr Thomas Gabriel of hollow spar fame lived at Saltedge with his family, one son and two daughters. One daughter married Captain Ritchie, Black Watch, who was Adjudant to the London Scottish Regiment that came to camp at Colchester. It was only natural that he would make for the Island. During ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

285

Article

Noel and Muriel Brandon - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_401
Title Noel and Muriel Brandon - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Noel and Muriel Brandon came to live at Mersea, buying Brierley Cottage to live in and the MONGESSE, a motor boat for pleasure. They had a charming family, one girl and three boys, Muriel was just the wife for Noel, relaxed, unruffled on the surface but in complete command of any situation come ...
Author Winifred Hone
Keywords MONGOOSE
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

286

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Lord and Lady Alexander - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_411
Title Lord and Lady Alexander - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Mr and Mrs Alexander were great friends of the Greenwoods, I always understood that this influenced them to come and settle in Mersea, buying Well House Farm from Mr Orson Wright and farming there for several years. Mr Alexander was First Lord of the Admiralty in Mr Winston Churchill's coalition ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

287

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Arthur Greenwood - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_421
Title Arthur Greenwood - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Arthur Greenwood was tall and very distinguished looking, and his wife Catherine was as pretty as a Dresden China shepherdess with the bluest of eyes and a nature as sweet as her expression. They had a togetherness that made you feel good when in their presence, they gave you the feeling that they ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

288

Article

Mrs Guthrie Smith - Orleans - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_431
Title Mrs Guthrie Smith - Orleans - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Orleans

The Land Army girls had their headquarters there during the war and their efforts helped to cultivate the land by hard work amidst a war raging with death and destruction. Mrs Guthrie Smith was assisted in the development of rehabilitation apparatus by Mr Hawkins, her tenant of ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

289

Article

Bill Wyatt - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_441
Title Bill Wyatt - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Bill Wyatt known as "The Admiral" became internationally as famous as Mersea Oysters, his father having come from Butlers Hard and started up as a shipwright when Bill was a boy. From these small beginnings it developed into a small but flourishing firm. It did'nt come easily as his policy was ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

290

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Bill the Bold - a poem - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_451
Title Bill the Bold - a poem - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract We read our tales and ancient legends
Stories, songs and saga's old.
But none exceed the valiant doings
Of him we know as Bill the Bold

He. Bill Wyatt, fond of racing,
But living far from any course.
Discovered that the humble porpoise
In sport, excelled the ...

Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

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Sam Costa - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_461
Title Sam Costa - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Sam Costa was entertained here as the guest at a luncheon party for him by the Priory Biscuit company. After lunch was over I was introduced to him - he complemented me on the excellent menu and asked me to send a drink to the cook with his compliments. I withdrew, enjoyed the drink, and returned ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

292

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Fid Harnack S.M.A. - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_471
Title Fid Harnack S.M.A. - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Fid Harnack (Society of Marine Artists) lived here and many people must be grateful to him for being able to take some scene of Mersea to hang in their homes. The following extract from "La Revue Moderne" will give you some idea of his great talent.

The La Revue Moderne extract is on ...

Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

293

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Captain Goulandris - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_481
Title Captain Goulandris - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Attempted piracy in the River Blackwater. One ship, the ST GEORGE, was owned by the Goulandris brothers, one brother in command. The other brother wanted to get rid of him as he considered him too old, but this was not considered as a legitimate grievance by Captain Goulandris. His brother was quite ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

294

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Tollesbury - Mr Hasler - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_501
Title Tollesbury - Mr Hasler - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract There are two wonderful windows in the church. The main window is known as the Seafarer's Window to record the close association between the village and the sea. In the left hand are depicted four of the famous yachts that had contested the America's Cup, yacht racing's most coveted trophy. ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

295

Article

Walter Mussett - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_511
Title Walter Mussett - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Walter Mussett, known as Navvy, another well known Islander who volunteered for the River Fire Service during the Second World War. His hair always seemed to stand up on end, which he said was caused by the experiences he'd had doing his duty. This reiteration certainly made his listeners stand on ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

296

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Captain Edward Sycamore - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_521
Title Captain Edward Sycamore - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Essex has bred many famous ship's masters since the 15th century, most of them notorious for annexation and exploitation which apparently was necessary in order to build up the might of England. The ship master who used to visit us at Mersea that I know was Captain Edward Sycamore of ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

297

Article

Clifford Brand - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_531
Title Clifford Brand - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Cliff Brand, a member of a well known Island family, was skipper of THOMA II, a beautiful white barge yacht. He looked stunning in his uniform of navy blue with gold buttons, he was very nice looking with red hair and had a personality to match. His owner thought the world of him and I think his ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

298

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Rev. Pierrepont Edwards M.C. - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_541
Title Rev. Pierrepont Edwards M.C. - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract Our Vicar was then the Rev. Pierrepont Edwards M.C., familiarly known as the fighting parson. I am not sure whether it was for his religious bliefs or his political activities, but I do know he was a great supporter of the Conservative Party and a pugilist was a useful asset when attending ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

299

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Shopkeepers - Mersea Island - Oscar Whiting - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_551
Title Shopkeepers - Mersea Island - Oscar Whiting - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The established shops on the Island are run by independent families who are interested in what they sell, also interested in the people they are selling to, and as long as it isn't peak hours a little friendly chat can be thrown in, which keeps you in touch with what is happening on the Island. ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley

300

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Fred Smith - Winifred Hone memoirs
ID WW01_561
Title Fred Smith - Winifred Hone memoirs
Abstract The only bakery and oldest established firm on Mersea Island was established in 1860 and is still in the same family. Fred G. Smith, now run by Fred Smith, extremely popular and likeable. The Bakery still stands on the same site, the Windmill that used to grind all the corn from the farmers has ...
Author Winifred Hone
Published c1969
Source Mersea Museum / Wendy Woolley
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