1. Leonard Trim 1925-1965
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2. Emmie and Tom (David John) Clarry.
17 July 1919 David John Clarry married Emily Gertrude Trim at West Mersea Parish Church. David John's occupation is ...
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3. Alice Trim née Chatters. Her husband Bill was the last licensee at the Old Victory till about 1906, when they moved into the newly built present Victory. ...
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4. Mrs Trim, mother of Dorothy Gauden [caption on back of photograph].
This is Rebecca Trim née Dale, born about 1846 in Colchester. Her parents were at ...
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5. Mother of Dorothy Gauden née Trim. This is Rebecca Trim née Dale, born about 1846 in Colchester. Her parents were at the Barley Mow on Hythe ...
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6. Kelly's Directory 1917 Page 404.
Public Elementary School (mixed) built in 1860, for 51 children; & endowed with £6 2s. 8d. ye ...
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7. Kelly's Directory 1922 Page 420.
Post Office, Mrs David King, sub-postmistress
Public Elementary School (mixed), built in 18 ...
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8. Brickhouse Farm, West Mersea. William Trim - smoking pipe - was a threshing contractor at Mersea. The steam engine was a 'portable', i.e. it was not ...
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9. The new Victory Hotel - a Cleghorn postcard. Landlord Bill Trim to the right of the front door ?
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10. Group standing outside the Victory. Centre is Mrs Trim [Alice Trim née Alice Chatters] and to the right of her Bill Trim, holding gar fish.
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11. West Mersea winkle brig KATE racing in one of the early races of the Dabchicks Sailing Club. She was built for William Trim. 1930s.
Used in The Salty Shore ...
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12. David John "Tom" Clarry and Emily Gertrude Trim. Date uncertain but it could be when they married in 1919, but no stripes evident on Tom's uniform so possibly ...
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