Images for Category Families-->Smith

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1. ID ALS_C20_019 Frederick Herbert Smith and Herbert Marrow with Fred G. Smith delivery van. It is a Morris, registration BVW367. The door advertises Lyons Cakes. Phone Number...
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1. Frederick Herbert Smith and Herbert Marrow with Fred G. Smith delivery van. It is a Morris, registration BVW367. The door advertises Lyons Cakes. Phone Number...
Date: c1935
Image ID ALS_C20_019


2. ID ALS_WHI_051 The mill in Mill Road, West Mersea.
Cat1 Mersea-->Buildings Cat2 Families-->Smith

2. The mill in Mill Road, West Mersea.
Date: 1904
Image ID ALS_WHI_051


3. ID DIS2009_MAR_042 This picture was taken after the marriage of Frances Smith and Frederick George Unwin on 8 April 1912. Frances belonged to the bakery family in Mill Road and...
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3. This picture was taken after the marriage of Frances Smith and Frederick George Unwin on 8 April 1912. Frances belonged to the bakery family in Mill Road and...
Date: 8 April 1912
Image ID DIS2009_MAR_042


4. ID FL03_052_002 The bakery and Mill House, Mill Road.
From Album 3.
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4. The bakery and Mill House, Mill Road.
From Album 3.
Image ID FL03_052_002


5. ID MBK_ALS_001_001 The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
Volume 1 Introduction and Chapters 1 to 19.
Alan Smith, with much help from...
Cat1 Families-->Smith

5. The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
Volume 1 Introduction and Chapters 1 to 19.
Alan Smith, with much help from...
Date: January 2015
Image ID MBK_ALS_001_001


6. ID MBK_ALS_001_180 The Smiths of West Mersea by Alan Smith, Volume 1, back cover.
The four generations of the Smith family who owned the milling and baking business at West...
Cat1 Families-->Smith

6. The Smiths of West Mersea by Alan Smith, Volume 1, back cover.
The four generations of the Smith family who owned the milling and baking business at West...
Date: January 2015
Image ID MBK_ALS_001_180


7. ID MBK_ALS_002_001 The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
By Alan Smith, with much help from many others.
Volume 2 Chapters 20 to 34 and...
Cat1 Families-->Smith

7. The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
By Alan Smith, with much help from many others.
Volume 2 Chapters 20 to 34 and...
Date: January 2015
Image ID MBK_ALS_002_001


8. ID MBK_ALS_002_999 The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
Volume 2 back cover.
1. Peldon steam and wind mills shortly after the...
Cat1 Families-->Smith

8. The Smiths of West Mersea together with some Cocks, Cookes and Whites.
Volume 2 back cover.
1. Peldon steam and wind mills shortly after the...
Date: January 2015
Image ID MBK_ALS_002_999


9. ID MBK_ALS_003_001 The Smiths of West Mersea and their milling and baking businesses,
By Alan Smith, with much help from many others.
Front Cover. The book is available...
Cat1 Families-->Smith

9. The Smiths of West Mersea and their milling and baking businesses,
By Alan Smith, with much help from many others.
Front Cover. The book is available...
Date: January 2015
Image ID MBK_ALS_003_001


10. ID MMC_P755_131 The windmill in Mill Road, previously called Chapel Road.
From the middle of the 19th century it was owned by various members of the Smith family and became...
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10. The windmill in Mill Road, previously called Chapel Road. From the middle of the 19th century it was owned by various members of the Smith family and became...
Date: c1915
Image ID MMC_P755_131


11. ID RUD_AB2_007 Queens E2. Graylingswell War Hospital, near Chichester.
Lance Corporal Hugh Smith was in Graylingwell and is back row, third from the left.
There is a...
Cat1 War-->World War 1 Cat2 Families-->Smith

11. Queens E2. Graylingswell War Hospital, near Chichester.
Lance Corporal Hugh Smith was in Graylingwell and is back row, third from the left.
There is a...
Date: cAugust 1915
Image ID RUD_AB2_007


12. ID RUD_BK3_027 Tom Smith, son of Mary Overall Smith who lost his leg on the Western Front in WW1, as mentioned in Not Just a Name, page 25. 
From Millie French photo...
Cat1 Families-->Smith Cat2 War-->World War 1

12. Tom Smith, son of Mary Overall Smith who lost his leg on the Western Front in WW1, as mentioned in Not Just a Name, page 25.
From Millie French photo...
Image ID RUD_BK3_027


13. ID RUD_MTG_001 Baptist Chapel, Meeting Lane, East Mersea.
The old Meeting House stood in Meeting Lane. Mr. Appleby, with the bowler hat, preached here every Sunday. Bill...
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13. Baptist Chapel, Meeting Lane, East Mersea.
The old Meeting House stood in Meeting Lane. Mr. Appleby, with the bowler hat, preached here every Sunday. Bill...
Date: c1906
Image ID RUD_MTG_001


14. ID RUD_MTG_012 Memories of an Essex Minister, by S.R. Appleby, continued.
The writer's father travelled a lot to preach - on foot, sailing or rowing, or by pony and...
Cat1 Museum-->Papers-->Other Cat2 Families-->Smith

14. Memories of an Essex Minister, by S.R. Appleby, continued.
The writer's father travelled a lot to preach - on foot, sailing or rowing, or by pony and...
Image ID RUD_MTG_012

 

 

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