Monthly Archives: March 2016

Crippin & Co Photographer – photo reunited!

Over the Easter weekend I visited an Antiques Fair in Ingatestone in Essex and found several old family photographs for sale – sadly they usually have no family details written on the back and remain lost to the family history … Continue reading

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WW1 1914 German postcard – transcription help needed!

Yesterday whilst visiting a local Antiques Fair in Essex I was looking through a large box of military related postcards on one of the stalls, to see if I could find anything linked to my WW1 research. Amongst them I found … Continue reading

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The Hospital Band – in need of a kettle drum!

Whilst carrying out further research into the use of Easton Park Mansion as a Red Cross Hospital during WW1, I have found the following article from the Framlingham Weekly News dated 1st April 1916, entitled ‘The Hospital Band’ It makes … Continue reading

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