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 Church Corner, West Mersea. Yorick Road on the left, church in the distance past Eliza D'Wit's Oysters and Refreshments. Postcard 15781.

Owen Fletcher wrote The local lads of the time used to upset Brassy Mussett by throwing stones onto the shop's tin roof. One day, Brassy came out of the shop to give chase, he was tripped by one of the lads, he fell and his false teeth came out, shot ...
Cat1 Mersea-->Road Scenes

Church Corner, West Mersea. Yorick Road on the left, church in the distance past Eliza D'Wit's Oysters and Refreshments. Postcard 15781.
Owen Fletcher wrote "The local lads of the time used to upset Brassy Mussett by throwing stones onto the shop's tin roof. One day, Brassy came out of the shop to give chase, he was tripped by one of the lads, he fell and his false teeth came out, shot across the road, and disappeared down the drain.


Photo: Mersea Museum - Peter Godfrey Collection
Image ID PG2_259
Category 1 Mersea-->Road Scenes


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This image is part of the Mersea Museum Collection.