Monthly Archives: October 2015

Private Henry James TODD 202862 died 12th December 1917 aged 34

Following on from my blog post last week about George Robert TODD my 3rd cousin 3 times removed, I have been since been contacted by Jenny TODD about another 3rd cousin 3 times removed Henry James TODD, who is remembered … Continue reading

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A Christmas request in Framlingham from 100 years ago

A Christmas request in Framlingham from 100 years ago Whilst researching the old Framlingham Weekly News newspapers online for my WW1 research, this article from Saturday 18th December 1915 caught my eye… The Military in Framlingham Efforts to ensure for … Continue reading

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Another postcard find – Parham Vicarage 11th July

I found and bought this old postcard over the weekend entitled Parham Vicarage 11th July – it is postmarked 1916, but I have been unable to find a specific reference to a Parham Fete in the old newspapers in this … Continue reading

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Private George Robert TODD 15086 died 16th September 1916 aged 27

Whilst researching my recent Easton postcard find showing the Red Cross Society Fete at Easton Park dated 18th May 1912, I also came across the names on the Easton War Memorial to those from the village who fell in WW1 … Continue reading

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Red Cross Society Fete Easton Park Suffolk 18th May 1912

I have always had an interest in the village of Easton in Suffolk being closely located to Framlingham and my One Place Study village of Parham and also due to the fact that my mum was brought up in the … Continue reading

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The MOLEs’ of Framlingham – an unexpected WW2 connection

When in Framlingham during the recent Heritage Open Day I took part in the tour of the town’s cemetery led by John Bridges and as always took a few photos of any graves that caught my eye. One of these … Continue reading

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