From Collection from Viv? via Cathy Fish Note buildings to south of Maybush Note Houseboat – see Eborall and Parking signs
We are pretty sure it is the Nunn family, what I was not aware off was that there were 10 children, 2 died young.. So here are the names starting with Father and mother: Alfred& Alice, Albert (Harry), Bessie, Ethel,(died), Dorothy, Margaret, Ernest(Ernie) Christabel(Cris), Violet, Ruth(died) Nellie (Rose) Don’t ask me to go LEFT to … Read moreChurch Farm cottage Nunn family picture
All our photos in folders All our photos in one flat folder. The way these display needs to be sorted out, let me know if want something specific. Next number is 1514
Obverse of Stollery Cards Scanned from documents provided by Adrian Bird.
Regatta Winners starting 1924 Yacht Class J.G.B.Fairley Lady Little Care Cyril Stollery One More A.J.Haward Iselle A.C.Wickman Lady Molly C.A.Winn Quinque Cyril Stollery St Patrick Trevor Waller Theo A.C.Wickman Prudence Miss F.B.Orvis Rainbow F.A.Gooderham Iselle K.W.N.Palmer Terrapin J.V.Rowland Ha Ha R.J.Garham St George Pershouse Harkaway Farquaharson Red Jacket Yachts for season point A.W. Quantrill … Read more1924 WSC Regatta winners
Copyright of someone as it came from a book.
A few local shots. Nothing found on Britain from above.
Greenaway photos – ladies working, post war, in Greenaways for Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies 1 and 2 L to R Bessie Spall, paternal aunt to Martin Spall Edie Sparks, Unknown Miss Planten and unknown in the background Grace Turner – Mrs George Turner Senior (of Deben House, previously The Guest House) … Read moreRansomes workers at Brewey aka Greenaways WW2
Expanded view of Quay area. The buildings on the quay, from left to right The one you can just see, was the building known as “The Paint Shop”,the middle one was the main “Boat Building Workshop”, the dark building on the right was known as “Wickmans Shed” which covered a launching ramp, with railway lines and … Read more1938 Postcard of beach
Manor Cottage Prospectus 1968 as a pdf Note that this is marked on the OS map as being on the site of the remains of Rivers Hall (not the one in Fishpond Road).
The Foxearth and District Local History Society. Home page This is the website of the Foxearth and District Local History Society. It is dedicated to the publication of research materials gained by its members on the local history of this part of East Anglia, in England.
Regia Anglorum – Acmylen – The Water Mill The watermill has advantages over the windmill (which seems to appear in Britain by the 1200’s), as it is less reliant upon the weather. However the windmill was to become the preferred type later on, where the water supply was too erratic or too fast.
The Unseen Archive – The East Anglian Daily Times (EADT) holds a photographic archive of over2 million images, which cover the last 50 years of Suffolk life. Until now much of this unique collection of images has never been seen by the public, The Unseen Archive allows greater access to a large selection of these … Read moreEast Anglian Daily Times photographic archive
Deben Barges from East Coast Rivers site. Quite informative. The River Deben by Robert Simper – Stan has a copy.
Joe – Dry glass plates from Thomas Naunton Waller 1880’s to 1920’s Old postcards of village Photos but mainly of Waller family. Millennium Albums, produced Kit Clark, three books. Picture collection from 2006 talk – Stan & Joe Tom Waller photos – Rosa Waller & Woodbridge Museum