1. George Smith Senior's dark horse is called "Blacky" No date but would have to be before 1914 when he had a bad accident smashing his ankle poor Blacky had to be ...
Date: Before 1914
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2. George Smith born 1873, son of Joseph Smith and Emma Beaumont. In 1907 he married Edith Head and they had five children - George, Clement, Alfred, Constance and ...
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3. Smith family children.
Back Clem, George Saunders Smith
Front Connie, Francis ???
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4. Smith family
Back; George Saunders Smith b 1909, his mother Edith, his father George born 1873
Front; Clem, Connie , Francis. Alf (Clem's twin ...
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5. Winifred and George Saunders Smith in their garden at West Mersea in the 1960s.
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6. Joseph and Emma Smith
Joseph was born in Fingringhoe c1850
Emma Beaumont was born in Beaumont, Essex, c1844.
They married in 1866
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7. Edith Head - born 9 June 1880 at Mortlake. She married George Smith 28 December 1907 at Mortlake.
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8. Constance Rose Smith, daughter of George and Edith Smith.
Connie worked in London for many years in shops, Sainsburys etc. She came back to Mersea and ...
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9. Connie Smith in fancy dress
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10. Clem Smith, Edith and Harriett, on High Street North. The Smith family shop is behind the fence on the left on the corner of Mersea Avenue.
Edith Smith ...
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11. Greetings from 32nd Co., R.G.A., Sandown, I.W.
[32 Company Royal Garrison Artillery were at Sandown Fort 1898 to 1908 ...
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12. Wedding of George Smith and Edith Head at Mortlake.
George is left of centre with Edith below him to the right. Fanny Head (Edith's mother) is to the right ...
Date: 28 December 1907
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13. Twin brothers Clem Smith on the left and Alf Smith on the right.
Alf had a shop, I think it was Peldon, on the road to Colchester. My mum [Winifred] ...
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14. Smith family from Mersea Avenue
Back L-R 1. Clem, 2. Winnie, 3. George Smith senior, 4. George Saunders Smith ?, 5. Alf Smith
Front 1. Agnes (Alf's ...
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15. Edith Smith née Head towards the right with a baby on her lap. George Saunders Smith is standing behind the baby. Fanny Head née Saunders and Emma ...
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16. Captain Mark Head
Mark Liberty Head born 1885, died 1953. He was Edith Head's youngest brother.
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17. George Saunders Smith of West Mersea. Certificate of School Attendance for the purpose of Employment.
Tending and Lexden & Winstree District Sub-Committee
Date: 27 May 1922
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18. The Mersea, Colchester & District Transport & Bus Co., Ltd. [Primrose Buses]
Letter To all whom it may concern
This is certify that George Smith of ...
Date: 8 March 1926
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19. George Saunders (or Sanders) Smith born 1909, first son of George and Edith Smith.
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20. Edith Smith née Head, George Saunders Smith, Connie Smith, George Smith Senior, Francis Smith
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21. George Saunders Smith, Coldstream Guards
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22. George Saunders Smith on guard - Coldstream Guards
George was part of the Trooping the Colour on Horse Guards Parade June 3rd 1929, No. 1 Guard (Escort for ...
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23. George Saunders Smith. Royal Air Force
George enlisted in the R.A.F 14 January 1941. In 1944 he was a Sergeant in the R.A.F. Police Special Investigation ...
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24. George Saunders Smith as a chosen right-hand man in RAF Guard of Honour for arrival of Prime Minisiter Winston Churchill at the docks in Reykjavik, Iceland. He ...
Date: 16 August 1941
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25. Winston Churchill visiting Iceland during WW2. George Saunders Smith is part of the Guard of Honour.
Date: 16 August 1941
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26. George Saunders Smith returning from Iceland. He is on the left, sitting on the rail.
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