1. Top Chapel in Mill Road, West Mersea. The building on the left at the end of the drive was a very early school on the island. The Congregational Church is now...
Date: Before May 1905
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2. The mill in Mill Road, West Mersea.
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3. Aerial view of part of East Road, West Mersea, looking northeast. Brierley Hall is lower centre. On the left is Mondamin, with Patricia Catchpole's stables next...
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4. Patricia Catchpole's stables on East Road.
Anne Watson says "The second building was put up in 58, we called it "Buckingham Palace" it was an old prefab...
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5. Patricia Catchpole at Hall Barn Riding Stables.
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6. The Romano-British burial barrow on Mersea Island. It was originaly about 22 feet high and 100 feet in diameter but is rather smaller now. Dated to AD 100 to...
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7. Parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, West Mersea
Date: 20 May 2007
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8. Parish Church of Saint Edmund, King and Martyr, East Mersea
Date: 31 May 2009
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9. The Croft, Melrose Road, West Mersea. Home of Clifford White and Family.
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10. Riverside House, West Mersea. Later 118 Coast Road.
[ In 1911 Census Riverside House was the home of William and Martha Stoker].
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11. Surviving earthworks of the East Mersea Blockhouse Fort. Taken from the seawall looking south.
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12. The Blockhouse Fort at East Mersea.
Drawing: Cudmore Grove Country Park / Essex County Council.
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13. From a Paper on Mersea Island read by Dr Philip Laver at AGM of Essex Archaeological Society.
Foundation of Roman Building at West Mersea. [known as the...
Date: 26 April 1923
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14. Former Post Office, High Street opposite Yorick Road. Toby Greenleaf.
From Dixon family photographs.
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15. Cottages in The Lane, West Mersea. The cottages at the right hand end had once been the Ship public house. The cottages were demolished and the City Hall built...
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16. Digby's Shop being demolished.
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17. Fair Haven Estate brochure. Page 3. Residence of Mr Leaonard Weaver "Fair Haven" [now Brierley Hall]. Photo F. Pallett.
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18. Brierley Hall on East Road, West Mersea, formerly Leakey's Hall. The ladies are waiting in their carriage outside the front door.
From The Fair Haven...
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19. Good Road for Cyclists, "Fair Haven". From page 9 of the Fair Haven Estate brochure from the 1900s.
Brierley Hall, East Road, West Mersea - view looking...
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20. West Mersea Methodist Church 125th Anniversary. Flower Festival.
From Album 1. Accession No. 2016-11-001A
Date: 7 June 1986
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21. Blue Row Cottages just prior to demolition.
From Album 4.
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22. Demolition of the Fountain Hotel at Queens Corner.
Date: December 1999
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23. Old Ship Cottage, East Mersea - the way it looked in the 1960s before the thatch was replaced with tiles and huge patio doors fitted at the front by...
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24. Old Ship Cottage, East Mersea. The extension that was added in the late 1930s when Arthur Greenwood was sure war was coming soon - the work was done by Mr May...
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25. East Mersea Church Interior 1912. The box pews were replaced with chairs in 1913. Photo from A Short History of the Parish Churches of East Mersea and West...
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26. The Wheel Tomb. Found on Mersea Island 1896.
Roman tomb found 1923 a few yards east of the wheel tomb
From Victoria County History of Essex vol 3...
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27. Coopers Beach Chalets
Date: March 1999
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28. East Mersea Hall - East Mersea Fete
Date: August 1999
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29. Mrs Josie Condon [ Mary Josephine ] driving a pony and trap outside Vine Cottage at the top of The Lane. Josie Condon rented Vine Cottage up to about 1926. The...
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30. View from West Mersea church tower. Coast Road and Yew Tree House.
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