1. Fingringhoe. The 16th century tide mill, now clad in corrugated iron, the 19th century steam mill and the giant siloes required by the 20th century.
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2. GEORGE SMEED at Fingringhoe Mill ? - see ...
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3. CAMBRIA unloading at Fingringhoe. She was built by the Everards at Greenhithe in 1906 and registered in London Official No. 120676.
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4. GEORGE SMEED at Fingringhoe Mill
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5. Village mourns blaze victim. 81-year old cook-housekeeper Mrs Dorothy Slowgrove was killed in a fire which swept 17th century Fingringhoe Hall.
Date: January 1976
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6. Outside the Whalebone Inn, Fingringhoe.
Robert Wyncoll was the innkeeper and you can just see his name over the door.
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7. The Pedalo - a photograph that has been handed down the Wyncoll family.
Spring Wyncoll of Fingringhoe built the pedalo and his friend, Mr Crickmar, ...
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8. Death of Mr Spring Wyncoll at age of 73. Fingringhoe's G.O.M.
Rode "Cycle-boat" on the Colne.
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9. Wanted: A penny farthing expert - for Fingringhoe Pageant.
A photograph taken in 1888 shows Mr Spring Wyncoll - Fingringhoe's firs6 cyclist.
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10. The man with the sheep is probably my father, Stephen Wooldridge, but it's hard to be sure. We did have sheep at one time, but mostly only arable crops and ...
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11. Ploughing - probably at Kemps Farm, Peldon or at Fingringhoe.
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12. Ploughing - probably at Kemps Farm, Peldon or at Fingringhoe.
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13. Gil Wooldridge baling straw at Fingringhoe
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14. Stephen Wooldridge - Ransomes combine at Kemps Farm, Peldon or Fingringhoe.
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15. View from Wivenhoe Church tower looking across to Fingringhoe and the Roman River. One of R. & W. Paul's barges sailing down the Colne and in the distance ...
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16. Old West House, Fingringhoe. It is in Upper Haye Lane, known locally as 'Pagers Chase'.
Osborne Series postcard.
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17. Fingringhoe - Ferry Road at high tide, looking across to Wivenhoe.
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18. Barge FLY --- Fingringhoe Wick.
Built 1899 Official No. 110192, owned by Goldsmith.
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19. Ballast Quay, Fingringhoe. On the left from the inside are NIGEL PRIOR, BERT PRIOR and MARK PRIOR. On the right is MUNGO.
NIGEL PRIOR is laid up. Built ...
Date: 9 August 2010
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