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1. East Mersea ? Rewsall
Image ID BJ04_081
2. 52 years ferrying and still going strong. Mr Mole, who has ferried ... from East Mersea to ... and back for 52 years, takes a rest from cleaning his boat, ...
Date: 15 July 1933
Image ID BOXB5_015_021
3. East Mersea Golf Club. The two Honorary Secretaries with the Challenge Cups - Mr Bishop and Barbara Mears.
Image ID BS01_001
4. Opening of full 18-hole course at Mersea Golf Club.
Abe Mitchell (St Albans) putting on the 9th green, the new Club House can be seen in the background.
Date: 5 April 1929
Image ID BS01_008
5. East Mersea Golf Club
Brigadier General R. Beale Colvin C.B. the Lord Lieutenant of Essex (in the centre of steps of new Club House) announcing the new ...
Date: 5 April 1929
Image ID BS01_017
6. The Wreck in Colne, by R.J.E. Ellis.
The story of the S.S. LOWLANDS which was torpedoed near the Girdler Sandbank 18 March 1916. She was beached on Mucking ...
Date: February 1978
Image ID CAC_1978_FEB_P14
7. Reverend East of East Mersea with his family. Revd. East was at East Mersea 1957 to 1973 and West Mersea from 1957 to 1971.
Image ID CHS_029
8. East Mersea Ferryman - Mr Horatio Mole of East Mersea who will shortly complete half a century of service as ferryman at East Mersea. He crosses at all times ...
Image ID CMA_007
9. Kiddiesland. One more dream come true.
Mr Ingram's Mersea Gift brings joy to the slus.
A charming idea will be realised on June 20, when Lady Emmott ...
Date: 30 May 1936
Image ID CN1936-MAY30_P04_001
10. Surviving earthworks of the East Mersea Blockhouse Fort. Taken from the seawall looking south.
Image ID COR2_020_001
11. The Blockhouse Fort at East Mersea.
Drawing: Cudmore Grove Country Park / Essex County Council.
Image ID COR2_020_003
12. East Mersea Parish Church - East Window in memory of Ernest Arthur Lazarus Barlow. c1920.
After the end of the Great War 1914 - 1918 the family of ...
Image ID CPK_EMP_001
13. Paper on Mersea Island read by Dr Philip Laver at AGM of Essex Archaeological Society, page 2.
East Mersea Camp.
Date: 26 April 1923
Image ID CW2_EAS_004
14. A structure that has appeared from the mud to the east of the Blockhouse Fort near East Mersea Stone. The stakes are substantial - some are a metre high. They ...
Date: 15 August 2016
Image ID CZN_021
15. East Mersea looking southeast, with East Road going up from centre to left and North Farm Lane from centre to bottom left (to Colchester Oyster Fishery).
Image ID DC3_026
16. Coopers Beach. Touring caravans parked on the west side of the tennis court, behind where the clubhouse now stands. There are chalets far right.
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_011
17. Coopers Beach - an aerial view in the 1950s.
Development started in the 1930s when chalets in the front row were built for £75. During WW2 the site ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_012
18. School House and Hall 1910.
The village school was recorded as having places for 80 children with the average number of pupils being 37. The Schoolmaster ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_031
19. Coronation Villa, East Mersea, 1906.
The home and shop of the Underwood family was built in 1902. Robert Underwood ran his carrier business from the ...
Date: Before 1910
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_061
20. Robert Underwood in 1927.
Here seen sitting on one of his carts nicknamed 'The Rocket' when he was 80 years old. The bugle was used as a signal to ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_062
21. East Mersea Rectory 1905.
This house stood opposite Church Lane and was demolished in 1927 by local builder Clifford White who built a new rectory on the same ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_071
22. Kiddiesland from the sea. Kiddiesland was developed during the 1930s to provide a permanent site for children from London to spend their holidays. In addition ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_072
23. East Mersea School.
1:? Lord 2: Sid Pullen 3: Winnie Cudmore 4: Joyce Marriage 5: Elsie Pudney 6: Peggy Partridge 7: Joyce Marriage 8:( Tad) Austin 9:? ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_081
24. East Mersea School in the 1930s.
L-R 1: Phyllis Richer 2: Joyce Marriage 3: Elsie Goodrum 4: Harold Johnson 5: Maurice Johnson 6: Charles Farthing 7: ...
Image ID DIS2003_EMF_082
25. Home Farm, East Mersea. The farmhouse was demolished in the 1950s, roof tiles from the house were re-used on the present bungalow. Postcard 101902.
Image ID DIS2004_EME_011
26. Bromans Farm, East Mersea. Note the brick oven built against the external white wall.
Probably Mrs Hilda Page and daughters Diana and Elizabeth in the ...
Image ID DIS2004_EME_013
27. Waggon and horses, an East Mersea farmer.
Thought to be Walter Edward Cowell c1872 to 1948, who was a farm labourer. He had a son Walter William Victor ...
Image ID DIS2004_EME_051
28. Pond was on the east side of Weir Farm, is now filled in.
Image ID DIS2004_EME_053
29. East Mersea Hall.
Image ID DIS2004_EME_071
30. The Bungalows, Sunny Beach, East Mersea. This became known as Coopers Beach. The chalets were replaced by caravans by 2000.
Image ID DIS2004_EME_074