1. Earthquake 1884. Went's Mill, Peldon.
From left, Peldon Steam Mill, Windmill and Peldon Mill House damaged by the "Colchester Earthquake" of 2 April 1884 ...
Date: cMay 1884
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2. 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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3. The Church, Peldon. Postcard by S.C. White, West Mersea, not used.
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4. Ernest and Kate Wyncoll had the bungalow, Goodwyn, built on the Mersea Road, Peldon, the name being an amalgam of their names Goody and Wyncoll. Later their ...
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5. 'The Plough' and village pump, Peldon.
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6. Peldon Methodist Church
Back row L-R 1., 2. Elijah Traylor, 3., 4., 5., 6., 7.
Front 1., 2., 3., 4., 5., 6.
Elijah Traylor was father of Nanna ...
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7. Pyefleet House at the Peldon end of the Strood, showing damage from the 1884 earthquake. The house should have 3 chimneys - only one remains and this has ...
Date: cMay 1884
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8. Peldon Rose. Postcard mailed October 1906.
The picture appears in "Motor Buses in East Anglia 1901-1931" by D.E. Brewster, 1974, with the ...
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9. Peldon School House. It was on the east end of the school. We do not know the people or the date of the picture. The damage in the brickwork that has been ...
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10. Peldon Church - a postcard by Hammond of Great Totham..
For a history of the church, see ...
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11. Pete Tye Farm House. The house was demolished in the late 1960s.
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12. Stained glass window in the north nave of Peldon Church in memory of Peter Miller.
The complete window is on the left of the picture and the detailed centre on ...
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13. Peldon Forge and Tronoh House on Peldon Common.
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14. Peldon Post Office, Rose Cottage, probably decorated for the Coronation.
Date: cJune 1953
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15. Police House, Peldon.
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16. Winnie and Dora standing outside Hill House, Peldon, with their father Alfred Mason.
The two sisters, Winnie, Mr Hipson and Dora Mr Cowell and moved to ...
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17. St Mary's Parish Church, Peldon, with the chancel blocked off.
It was 'condemned' by a surveyor as being unsafe in 1939, just as WW2 had begun. His advice ...
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18. Peldon Rectory. Postcard P1055
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19. The Rectory at Peldon after the 1884 Earthquake.
Date: cMay 1884
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20. Peldon Rectories. Map showing site of proposed new vicarage.
Other houses named on the map are Viewpoint, Green-way, Mallards, Kendal Rise, Stony-banks, ...
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21. Peldon Church by Steve Sharpe
Peldon Art Group.
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22. Purlu, Lower Road, Peldon. Louisa and Percy Christmas and their two children Cyril and Joan.
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23. Honeysuckle Cottage, Lower Road, Peldon
Date: 23 June 2014
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24. This Indenture made the twelfth day of August one thousand eight hundred and seventy one between James Peachey of Peldon in the county of Essex husbandman and ...
Date: 12 August 1871
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25. Kemps Farm in the early 1930s. Photo sent by Anne Lee née Wooldridge whose grandfather and father farmed Kemps farm between the early thirties and late ...
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26. Kemps Farm and pond, Peldon
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27. Kemps Farm, Peldon barn and pond
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28. Kemps Farm, Peldon.
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29. Kemps Farm, Peldon.
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30. Interior of Kemps Farm, Peldon.
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