1. "Uncle Bill Carrington". Ann Ward says that when she was a young girl, she and her parents used to enjoy musical evenings with Uncle Bill and the Sheltons.
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2. West Mersea Foresters
Court "Sailors' Home," No. 5105, AOF
Holders of the Colchester District Challenge Shield, 1931, 1934 and 1935, for the highest ...
Date: 25 April 1936
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3. Mersea regatta 1957
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4. Fleet View Stores, Coast Road.
Alf Parrish left
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5. Outside Fleet View Stores. L-R Janice Tucker, Alf Parish, Mrs Howland
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6. John Tucker (Alan's brothers) and Michael Ralph, by the old boating lake.
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7. Janice Parrish - Alan Tucker's wife. Mid 1950s. Beach huts and Spinney Cafe behind.
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8. Janice Parrish and Patricia Catchpole on the beach near the Spinney Cafe.
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9. 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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10. 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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11. Horseman's Sunday at Patricia Catchpole stables on East Road. Rev. East officiated.
L-R Gordon Allen, Charlie Buckingham, Norma Appleby, Ann Knight, Angela ...
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12. At Patricia Catchpole's Stables in East Road, c1958
Back Suzanne Taylor, Eval Tovim, Mike Spurgeon
Middle Catchy, Sarah Vince now Cock, Wendy Westcott ...
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13. On the field behind Empress Avenue.
L-R Gordon Allen's father, Rosemary Allen with Gordon behind. Nell the dog. Norma Appleby, Anne Knight, Charlie ...
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14. Patricia Catchpole
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15. Mersea. A Douglas Went photograph, used in The Sailor's Coast page 30. The boat is CERISE. The lady is Barbara Went.
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16. Unidentified gentleman of the road. Probably Wivenhoe.
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17. Unknown child standing in street with horse and cart in background
From: Rowhedge photos and documents
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18. Long guns and tall tales. L-R Bob South, who killed nine Brent geese with one shot from a single 12-bore; 'Admiral' Bill Wyatt, aged eighty-one and still ...
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19. First Ladies Race at Brightlingsea.
Top Miss K. Poole delighted at winning a Second Prize in JUMBO II, Jack Maltby's new B.O.D.C.
Bottom - A study of the ...
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20. The well known author & wildfowler J. Wentworth Day with a local West Mersea wildfowler and all their weapons and tools. Similar one published. [DW]
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21. Wildfowler Walter Linnet of Bradwell, at the mouth of the River Blackwater, in one of his gun punts. He lived in the small house in the background, built on the ...
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22. Captain Hayzell Polley of Brightlingsea, one time master of the 224 ton schooner yacht HEARTSEASE, demonstrates a sextant to David Leather.
From: Photographs --- various
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23. Fid Harnack - copy of photograph
Used in The Salty Shore.
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24. Shipyard management and workers
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25. George Peggs of Brightlingsea in a typical gun punt.
Used in The Northseamen page 72.
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26. Regatta committee aboard committee smack at Wivenhoe regatta about 1910. Refreshments for members visible down main hatch.
Used in The Northseamen page 79.
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27. Husk's boatyard, Wivenhoe, about 1930. From right: John Smith, Stanley Cook (foreman), extreme left James Theobald. The small boats under construction are for ...
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28. Platters and hand rivetters at Forrestt's Wivenhoe shipyard about 1900. Typical tradesmen who founded the Colne's tradition of steel shipbuilding.
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29. Mr Charles Scott being carried by two bathers after landing at the Golf Course. Barbara Mears is on the left with Bob Munro next to her. Charles Scott's first ...
Date: 13 July 1932
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30. Carolyn Chatters (Carolyn Fox) and Sea Cadet John Chatters.
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