1. Looking East East Mersea.
Farthings delivering the milk to chalets at Coopers Beach.
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2. Ladies paddling ashore from the ferry at East Mersea Stone. The steam yacht VALFREYIA can be seen left background.
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3. Hazel Green née Hoy with baby Jennifer. Jennifer was born November 1940.
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4. Heather and David Green 'down the Hard'.
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5. Alan and David Green, sons of Hazel and Louis Green.
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6. "Jen and David"
David and Jennifer Green
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7. Lucy and Ivy Hoy in the Land Army in World War 1, and on the horse is their father Henry (Harry) Hoy.
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8. Sailors home on leave during WW1, at Haycock's Farm. Henry Hoy on the left. Archibald Percy Green on the horse. He was killed 18 October 1918 when HMS INDUSTRY ...
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9. Ruth and Henry Hoy. They lived in Haycocks Cottage with their nine children.
Henry John Hoy married Ruth Alice Pullen 24 December 1881 at East Mersea ...
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10. With Love to Will [Hoy] from Mother.
Percy Hoy, Ruth Hoy, Ernest Pullen 'Peter' Hoy.
From Mrs H. Hoy, Haycock Farm, East Mersea.
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11. Percy Green, married to Lucy Hoy. Harris Hoy's best made, killed around the same time during the 1914-18 war, torpedoed in Irish Sea.
Archibald Percy Green ...
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12. Boatman Haward with smack gun.
Heather says she would like to think this man is a Haward, but she does not really know.
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13. Boatman Haward
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14. Zeb Milgate and Jane Milgate née Owen.
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15. William Haward with two of sons. Dick Haward (Richard Haward's father) is on the left.
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16. William Haward and Spot aboard the smack EVERGREEN. His jersey is from the S.Y. CALA MARA.
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17. William and Jane Haward outside their house in Churchfields
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18. Margaret Jane Haward née Bullock born c1864
31 October 1886 William Brand Haward married Margaret Jane Bullock at West Mersea Parish Church.
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19. Boatman Haward born c1841.
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20. Caroline Traylor, born c1876
2 October 1904 Caroline Agnes Mira Mallett married Elijah William Traylor.
Their daughter Lilian was Richard Haward's ...
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21. Lilian Haward née Traylor, born c1905. Richard Haward's mother.
2 Nov 1932 Edwin Richard (Dick) Haward married Lilian Dorothy Traylor at Peldon ...
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22. Elizabeth Brand born c1811.
2 August 1840 she married Adam King Haward at West Mersea Parish Church.
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23. Christening Day for Louis Green - in the arms of this mother Martha.
L-R Gladys Green, Archibald 'Plummy' Green, Claude Green, Martha Green née ...
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24. Front L-R 1. Gladys Green, 2. Stella Mole, 3. Granny Hewes, 4. Louis Green, Claude Green
At the back are the Misses Plummer who built the Old City Hall in ...
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25. Florence May Haward on left born c1876, married Travers Parmentier Farthing in 1897.
Travers Haward on the right, son of Boatman Haward
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26. Kate Hoy née Franklin
Boys L-R Nathan Hoy, Sydney Hoy, Percy Hoy
Kate was from North London and had married Allan Hoy in 1908
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27. The boy at the front is Louis Green, with Martha Green née Milgate, his mother behind him.
To the right is Jane Milgate née Owen, born ...
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28. Nana Hoy née Franklin
Kate Elizabeth Franklin in 1908 married Allan Arthur 'Sharper' Hoy.
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29. Great Grandmother Ruth Hoy née Pullen
Ruth Alice Pullen born 1864 was married to Henry John Hoy
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30. Beat Woods, married Jess Hoy. Kept Dog & Pheasant
Jesse Hoy born 1877 married Beatrice Anne Woods 11 July 1908 at East Mersea Parish Church.
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