Category Archives: Easton

More Easton WW1 postcards discovered!

Following a visit to a Postcard and Paper Fair in Tolworth in Surrey earlier this week, I was pleased to discover two more old postcards sent during World War 1 from Easton Mansion in Suffolk. Having researched and written about … 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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Easton Suffolk WW1 postcard – translation help needed?

As part of my research into the use of Easton Park Mansion in Suffolk as a Red Cross Hospital during World War 1, I have been researching old newspaper articles to try and find mention of specific wounded soldiers’ who … Continue reading

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Easton Suffolk WW1 Red Cross Hospital

Following my research into the names on the Framlingham War Memorial, my latest project is investigating the use of Easton Park Mansion in Suffolk as a Red Cross Hospital during World War 1 – I am trying to find out … Continue reading

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