Images for WildfowlingFound 14 images - displaying 1 to 14
1. 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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2. 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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3. George Peggs of Brightlingsea in a typical gun punt.
Used in The Northseamen page 72.
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4. Wild fowling.
Fair Haven Temperance Resort brochure. Page 14.
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5. Mersea Gunners at Bocking Hall Farm. Several of them are holding young foxes.
L-R 1., 2., 3., 4. Sid Pullen, 5. Percy Bacon, 6., 7., 8., 9., 10., 11. ...
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6. Punt gunning
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7. Jack Mussett wildfowling
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8. Boatman Haward with smack gun.
Heather says she would like to think this man is a Haward, but she does not really know.
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9. Gun punt built by William Wyatt at West Mersea in 1919. It has its original gun and was used for wildfowling in Mersea for many years, owned by Charlie Stoker ...
Date: 1 May 2008
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10. John Benns on a fox shoot near Middlewick Ranges. Photograph by Roy Farthing.
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11. "Down to the Hard". Hove Hill.
L to R are "Gunner" Cook, Councillor Charlie Prigg (in soft hat), Titus Mussett (in white shirt), Captain Bill Wyatt, a ...
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12. A notable family - the Mussetts of West Mersea. L-R "Hutch", "Sooty", Titus, "Swan", and his younger brother, all Mussetts, aged from 21 to 81.
From The ...
Date: August 1935
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13. Gun punt - Bill Cook.
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14. 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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