1. West Mersea Parish Church in the snow.
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2. Adela Cottage, Victory Road, West Mersea. Built 1908 for Ernest (Manny) French. Named after the schooner ADELA on which Ernest was Chief Steward.
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3. Top Chapel in Mill Road, West Mersea. The building on the left at the end of the drive was a very early school on the island. The Congregational Church is now ...
Date: Before May 1905
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4. The mill in Mill Road, West Mersea.
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5. The rear of 22 Victory Road, West Mersea. Home of Joan, Norman and Ann Ward. They had bought the land from Mrs de Manby - enough to build numbers 22 and 26. ...
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6. Emily Pullen outside "Beeches", now 26 Victory Road. Number 22 next door, where the Ward family eventually lived, is yet to be built.
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7. Summer House at the back of 26 Victory Road. Ann Ward
Date: August 1964
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8. Anthea Harding sitting on the wall at her grandparent's house - 'Strood Close' on the Peldon side of the Strood. This wall came down in the 1953 flood.
Date: Before February 1953
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9. Gwendoline and Edward Harding outside their home - Strood Close, The Strood, Peldon. They named the house Strood Close. They had bought the house from ...
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10. Aerial view of part of East Road, West Mersea, looking northeast. Brierley Hall is lower centre. On the left is Mondamin, with Patricia Catchpole's stables next ...
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11. Patricia Catchpole's stables on East Road.
Anne Watson says "The second building was put up in 58, we called it "Buckingham Palace" it was an old prefab ...
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12. Patricia Catchpole at Hall Barn Riding Stables.
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13. Orleans House, West Mersea, now demolished. From Essex in Literature, Essex County Standard 6 May 1960.
Date: Before 6 May 1960
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14. Mr & Mrs Wheeler's house in Lower Kingsland Road ?
The girls with the lovely pushchair are not known.
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15. Grandmother Southgate's cottage onthe left. Mrs Cundy's cottage first door. The Lane. March 1961, just before Cundy's cottage was demolished.
Now Curlew ...
Date: March 1961
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16. Last days of Cherry Cottage, The Lane.
On the left is the shed used by Bert Cudmore, the carrier.
The 1951 Electoral Roll says Mrs Florence G. Mole ...
Date: March 1961.
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17. The Croft, Melrose Road, West Mersea. Home of Clifford White and Family.
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18. Riverside House, West Mersea. Later 118 Coast Road.
The lady on left is Martha Stoker, the girl standing is Grace Stoker [Andy Brown]
[ In 1911 ...
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19. West Mersea Water Tower
Constructed with red bricks manufactured and supplied by Clifford White & Co., West Mersea.
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20. Surviving earthworks of the East Mersea Blockhouse Fort. Taken from the seawall looking south.
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21. The Blockhouse Fort at East Mersea.
Drawing: Cudmore Grove Country Park / Essex County Council.
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22. Roman Catholic Church of St Cedd & St Gregory, West Mersea. Stained glass window in the Lady Chapel.
This church was built in 1962 and has a fine ...
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23. East Mersea Parish Church - East Window in memory of Ernest Arthur Lazarus Barlow. c1920.
After the end of the Great War 1914 - 1918 the family of ...
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24. West Mersea Parish Church, south aisle. Stained glass window by Lisa McFarlane in 2005, commemorating Mersea Island's Fishermen and Oystermen.
At the top ...
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25. Brierley Hall Estate brochure Page 11. Brierley Hall.
Date: After August 1908
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26. From a Paper on Mersea Island read by Dr Philip Laver at AGM of Essex Archaeological Society.
Foundation of Roman Building at West Mersea. [known as the ...
Date: 26 April 1923
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27. Former Post Office, High Street opposite Yorick Road. Toby Greenleaf.
From Dixon family photographs.
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28. West Mersea Church - interior. Postcard 101942.
Writing on the back says "Its ever so old, all the pews are painted bottle green it does look ...
Date: Before April 1932
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29. Cottages in The Lane, West Mersea. The cottages at the right hand end had once been the Ship public house. The cottages were demolished and the City Hall built ...
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30. Great Eastern Railway bus outside West Mersea Church. Another copy of this postcard was mailed July 1908.
Date: Before July 1908
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