1. Gunners & punts. Winter weather. BJ: About 1930 Local wildfowlers, left. to right, Tom D'Wit, Navvy Mussett, Clarke Mussett and Bill Mussett retum with a good ...
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2. German Prisoners of War Church Parade at West Mersea.
WW1 records list West Mersea as having a Working Camp run under the auspices of Pattishall POW Camp ...
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3. A Conservative Campain at West Mersea. "Worthy Once More" on the big placard. Sir Laming Worthington Evans, M.P. - Member of Parliament for Colchester from 1910 ...
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4. West Mersea Parish Church. Lantern over the gateway.
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5. On the stage - Bernice D'Wit either left or right !
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6. Dramatic Club outside the Legion Hall.
Back Mrs 'Chum' Hewes.
Middle row Jean Titford, John Hempstead
Front row 1. Mrs Brewington, 2. Mrs Fred ...
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7. B.I. Woodward. Tobacco, confectionery, General Stores.
In High Street, formerly D'Wit's Tea Rooms and currently  Jan's Collectables. The house was known ...
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8. Guy Titford dairy cart from Barfield Road. Guy Titford was a relative of Janet Woodward [RG].
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9. German prisoners from Zeppelin L33 ?
Date: cSeptember 1916
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10. Wesleyan Chapel and Lane, West Mersea. Now Mill Road. Postcard mailed 21 September 1910 (but another copy of this card was mailed July 1907).
Date: Before July 1907
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11. Beach and Bathing Tents, West Mersea. Another copy of this postcard is postmarked 1907.
Date: Before 1907
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12. West Mersea War Memorial. An early photograph before the 'roof' was added.
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13. St Michael's School - this was in the corrugated iron building behind the Council Offices in Melrose Road and was known as the 'Tin Lizzie School'. It is still ...
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14. Girl Guides outing to Scotland. Dita Hible, Margaret Underwood (Basil's sister), Ann Gentry, Enid Heard, Pam Lee, ? Barton, Marie Pamment, Brenda Whiting, Joyce ...
Date: August 1948
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15. L-R Sam (Samson) Gentry, Joe Read, General D'Wit
Samson Gentry, born West Mersea 1839, died March 1916. He married Emma Munson, who was born West Mersea ...
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16. Wyatts shed, Old City. Men standing L-R Zeb Milgate, Jack Cudmore, Bob South, ?, Jim Hempstead, Wm Wyatt.
The sign reads J.W. Wyatt, Boat & Punt Builder. ...
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17. Cricket Team.
Back Row L-R 1. Ted Mussett, 2. Brassy Mussett 3. Peck Hewes or Sid Ward 4.? 5. Arthur Cock 6. Bob Woodward
Front 1. ?, 2. Hector Pearl ...
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