121. Mabel Clarke (née Dixon), Blanche Mills (née Mole), Unknown, Emily Mole (née Dixon).
Blanche Mills is David Mill's mother.
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122. L-R Alf Mole, Unknown, Claude Mole, front Herb Mole.
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123. Ernie Mole, Arthur Mills and Blanche Mole.
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124. Herbert, Alfred, Claude Mole and Arthur Mills.
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125. Claude Mole.
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126. Mersea Beach. Far left - Percy Dixon. Third from left Ernest Mole.
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127. Mersea Beach. Far left Alfred Mole. Front right Claude Mole.
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128. Blanche Mills née Mole.
[Born c1909, married Leonard Arthur Mills 6 November 1935.]
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129. Ernie 'Pud' Mole, Bunny Cook, Harry Daw.
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130. Mersea Regatta - Ernie Mole standing in boat. Claude Mole seated next trying to keep ME [Mary Little] warm.
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131. Top left George and Lucy Mole. Front left Ernie Dixon. Alf Dixon and Claude Mole.
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132. West Mersea Volunteer Fire Brigade c1929 - Horry Whitings backyard (opposite Bamborough's chemist)
L-R Jack Cook, Edgar Jopson, Gordon Mussett, Arthur ...
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133. West Mersea Oystermen pose. L-R Alan Mole, Raymond d'Wit, Douglas Stoker, Bobby Stoker, Lennox Leavett from Tollesbury, Graham Knott, Derek Leavett (had the ...
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134. Fire Brigade before they had uniforms, on Horry Martin's lorry in front of West Mersea Church.
L-R 1. Horry Martin, 2. Arthur Mills, 3. Edgar Jopson, 4. ...
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135. West Mersea St John Ambulance Division.
L to R Back Row: Vic Sams, Hugh Hearsum, Hugh Pullen, Reg Jay, Horace Mole.
Front Row: Alfie Boon, Miss Freda ...
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136. World War 1. 2nd Battalion 'The Rifles' (The Prince Consorts Own). Cleaning rifles.
Fred Peters Rfn 3955 is 3rd from right back row. Stephen Horace Mole is ...
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137. 2nd Battalion 'The Rifles' (The Prince Consorts Own). Fred peeling potatoes.
Fred Peters is 5th from left standing. Steven Horace Mole is 3rd from right.
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138. Novel pig transport between Essex Farms.
A young pedigree boar in crate arriving by boat at Mr Percival's Farm, Brightlingsea, from the Mersea herd of ...
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139. Some of the crew of HMS INDUSTRY. The vessel was sunk in the Irish Sea 18 October 1918. 20 men were lost, including 6 men from Mersea Island.
Middle row ...
Date: Before 18 October 1918
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140. Fireman Alfred John Mole, Mercantile Marine Reserve. He was lost with HMS INDUSTRY in the Irish Sea, 18 October 1918.
Covered in much more detail in Not ...
Date: Before 18 October 1918
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141. Kate Ethel Mole née Wright, wife of Alfred John Mole, with daughters Joan on the left and Marjory on the right. Alfred was lost with HMS INDUSTRY 18 ...
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142. Frederick Westhorpe Mole with his wife Susannah Ellen née Wright and their only daughter Ena Ruby.
Frederick was an Able Seaman in Mercantile Marine ...
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143. Florence Mole née Pullen.
Ruth Woodley taken with her grandmother Florence Gertrude Mole - in the Lane in 1956 - this lady was married to Thomas ...
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144. c1944-45. The making of pontoon floats at Clifford White's old workshops, situated in Kingsland Road, West Mersea. The staff pictured came from Gowens the ...
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145. Midland Cup 1958-59 football.
Back row L-R 1. ? Baldwin, 2. Fred Nicholls, 3. Terry Farthing, 4. Colin Anstey, 5. Peter Reynolds, 6. John Wareing, 7. ...
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146. Public Bar in the White Hart
1. Ike King 2. Billy Mole 3. ? 4. Bill Jenkins 5. May Milgate 6. Becky (Mannassah) D'Wit (seated) 7. Chicks Milgate 8. ? ...
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147. At Bradwell Green Man - Pinky Hewes, Cyril Green, Snowball, Alf Mole
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148. Vic Pullen, Tom Sales, Herbert Mole
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149. Pinky Hewes, Snowball, Cyril Green, Alf Mole
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150. L-R Cyril (Lizzie) Green, Pinkie Hewes, Snowball Hewes, Alfie Mole.
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