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Lady Olivia Sparrow ~ Lady of the Manor
Lady Olivia Bernard Sparrow was the wife of Brigadier General Robert Bernard Sparrow (1773-1805). Born ...
Some Old Folks at Thundersley
Southend Standard Recorder: 13th January 1921
National School 1855-1924
In 1855 the first day school was built in Hadleigh. It was a national school ...
Orchids, an illustrated talk
February 2011 at Hadleigh Gardening Association
SE Essex Community Archive projects
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A Country Lane
Castle Lane and Castle Road West
Cunning Murrell Bibliography
Bibliography Cunning Murrell: A Study of a 19th Century Cunning Man in Hadleigh, Essex by Eric ...
Thundersley in the Domesday Book
Hadleigh Parish Council Volunteer Fire Brigade
1920s and 1949
The Gem on the Hill
St Peter's Church in Winter
A Thundersley Double Wedding
Can you identify these people?
Thundersley Village Bakery
Scrambling on Hadleigh Downs in the 1970s
A noisy forerunner of the Olympics
Postal Services in Victorian Hadleigh
In 1837, when Queen Victoria came to the throne, a postal system existed in England ...
Benfleet Thundersley and Hadleigh Carnival Court 1980
Sugar and Spice...
Hadleigh Doctors Remembered
Hadleigh Public Hall
War Time Memories 1940s
Calendar of Hadleigh
500 BC to 2012 AD
1939 War Time Hadleigh
The Pigeon Corps
James Booth (1927-2005)
PORTRAIT OF AN ACTOR
Remnants of Hadleigh Common
Hadleigh Common once covered 42 acres, stretching from Victoria House Corner to Rectory Road. In ...
St James the Less Church
Hadleigh's Parish Church
Car fire in Castle Lane
Hadleigh Ladies Conservative Club Meeting
Date unknown, could be 1948
The Cunning Man
Felicity Blackwell née Murrell – We would be most interested in any new information you might add, especially real family...
The Cunning Man
I'm a direct descendant of James (Cunning) Murrell; I'm from Australia; I have a lot of information.
Western Road / Daws Heath Road to The Woodmans Arms
I think I should get a photo credit for the pictures of my grandfather outside O'oo Cottage because I originally...
Hart Road, Thundersley Village
I agree that the photo of the garage was taken later. Dad (Ian Hawks) spent a great deal of time...
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