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101
East Sussex Champions again. 2007
East Sussex Champions again. 2007
Jamie Kay - at front,far right 
 
102
Edgar
Edgar
Edgar Mais at his 70th birthday party. 
 
103
Edgar and Joan
Edgar and Joan
Brother Edgar Mais and Sister Joan Ruggles nee Mais together in 1993 
 
104
Edith and Rosalie with Gibby
Edith and Rosalie with Gibby
Edith Turner nee Tidy with daughter Rosalie and Gibby the donkey at at Gibby's Cottage. 
 
105
Edith in the marketplace at Milton Keynes
Edith in the marketplace at Milton Keynes
Edith Turner nee Tidy in Milton Keynes when she was about 83 
 
106 Edith Marion Collier.pdf
 
 
107
Edith Tidy
Edith Tidy
Edith Tidy as a very young woman(teenager) 
 
108
Edith with baby
Edith with baby
Edith Turner nee Tidy with daughter Pat 
 
109
Edith with Gibby
Edith with Gibby
Edith Turner nee Tidy at Gibby's Cottage with Gibby the donkey 
 
110
Edith with Pat,duck and chickens
Edith with Pat,duck and chickens
When householders were urged to grow their own food and keep small livestock William Edward Turnerbecame an enthusiastic smallholder with ducks,chickens and rabbits replacing the fancy pigeons and budgerigars he kept before the war. Unfortunately his wife Edith and his daughters treated them all as pets so that they were never knowingly eaten. 
 
111
EDS and Speech and Language
EDS and Speech and Language
Basic information on the effects of EDS on speech and hearing. 
 
112
Edward Hawke Locker
Edward Hawke Locker
Edward,husband of Jane Anne Mais 
 
113
Edward Tidy Wales
Edward Tidy Wales
Edward Tidy Wales 1873-1931 
 
114
Edward Tidy Wales family
Edward Tidy Wales family
Edward Tidy Wales with his wife Sarah nee Scarrott and family 
 
115
Edward Tidy's funeral hearse
Edward Tidy's funeral hearse
Edward Tidy was given a Romany Funeral 
 
116
Elsie Barnes 1900-1976
Elsie Barnes 1900-1976
Studio portrait of Elsie Davis nee Barnes.Elsie was the fourth daughter of James Barnes and Sarah Fletcher. 
 
117
Emma Piner
Emma Piner
Emma Piner-great granddaughter of Ann Isobel Newton 
 
118
Entrance Hall of Cobham Park
Entrance Hall of Cobham Park
Cobham Park was the home of the Samuelson family who had first employed Alice Fletcher at Bray before her marriage and where she continued to work for a short time after the birth of her children. 
 
119
Entry in the Baptism Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley
Entry in the Baptism Book of St Peter's Church,Burnley
The Baptism Record of John Fletcher born 1737. 
 
120
Family Party
Family Party
Picture taken about 1941.Back row from left- Leslie Laurence,Marjorie Laurence nee Bassett,Madeleine Hook nee Laurence,unknown gentleman.
Front Row from left- Greta Laurence nee Postlewaite,Henry Bassett holding Patricia Crowe,Katherine Highmore Laurence nee Horton,unknown lady. Boy sitting in front- Michael Bassett Laurence.  
 
121
Family Recipes
Family Recipes
A collection of Family Recipes. 
 
122
Farm Cove,New South Wales,Australia
Farm Cove,New South Wales,Australia
Farm Cove to where William Griggs was assigned on arrival at Port Jackson aboard the convict ship The Mangles in July 1837.

William left a wife and four children behind in England. William was the uncle to Hannah Griggs who married William Turner in 1852. Hannah's father James Griggs was transported on the same ship. 
 
123
Flying Bombs on Beckenham
Flying Bombs on Beckenham
Pat and Rosalie Turner were too young to appreciate the danger posed by flying bombs and on an occasion when Pat was on a bus to visit the Odeon cinema in Beckenham she was astounded to see her mother cycling wildly behind the bus after her. This was because a flying bomb was overhead and the engine had just cut out.

Subsequently Pat and her friends developed a game where they would walk to Beckenham town centre via the road shelters en route to see how far they could get without being caught in the open when a doodlebug bug engine cut out.  
 
124
Gas Mask Poster
Gas Mask Poster
These were to be seen everywhere the Turner family went in Beckenham and people carried their gas masks with them wherever they went.Rosalie was just old enough to escape the awful contraptions issued for babies under two but was given instead a peculiar affair with flippers at the nose. Both girls had smart "leather" cases for their masks and luminous false flower buttonholes to wear in the blackout.  
 
125
Gibby's Cottage about 1963
Gibby's Cottage about 1963
Gibby's Cottage when the Turner's and their daughter Pat were marooned there by snow which drifted and at one time came near to the top of the groundfloor windows. 
 
126
Glendarvon Street,Fulham
Glendarvon Street,Fulham
Where William Edward Turner senior, Amy,Ada,May,Leslie and William Edward Turner junior lived in 1911. 
 
127
Greta Postlewaite
Greta Postlewaite
Greta was the scond wife of Henry Charles Bassett 
 
128
Guarding the remains of a Doodlebug
Guarding the remains of a Doodlebug
A policeman guards the remains of one of the first doodlebugs to hit London. Beckenham was the home of the Turner family and suffered quite badly from Doodlebug attack. 
 
129 guide.pdf
 
 
130
Hannah Griggs with her mother and stepfather in Stapleford in the 1851 census
Hannah Griggs with her mother and stepfather in Stapleford in the 1851 census
Hannah's father James Griggs had been transported to Australia and her mother Sarag Griggs married Thomas Dean in 1843. Hannah later married William Turner 
 
131
Hatchford Park,Cobham,Surrey
Hatchford Park,Cobham,Surrey
Alfred Tidy and Alice Tidy nee Fletcher were employed as domestic servants at Hatchford Park at some time between 1907 and 1910. 
 
132
Hatchford Park,Cobham,the home of the Samuelsons and where Edith Tidy's parents were employed. Lady Samuelson was Edith's godmother and Edith lived here until she was about five.
Hatchford Park,Cobham,the home of the Samuelsons and where Edith Tidy's parents were employed. Lady Samuelson was Edith's godmother and Edith lived here until she was about five.
 
 
133
Henry Charles Bassett
Henry Charles Bassett
Henry Charles Bassett(Harry) 
 
134
Hetton Independent Methodist Church
Hetton Independent Methodist Church
 
 
135
Heure Exquise The Merry Widow Waltz
Heure Exquise The Merry Widow Waltz
This was the music that Edie made into a lullaby for her daughters-using her own lyrics.

Mummy's baby,
Mummy's baby,
I love you.

Mummy's baby,
Mummy's baby,
Love me too.

Mummy's little darling,
Mummy's little pet,
You are the sweetest little girl,
Iv'e ever met" 
 
136
Hollie with Oscar 2004
Hollie with Oscar 2004
 
 
137 Hypermobility.pdf
 
 
138
Ian
Ian
Ian Edward Barry Piner-grandson of Ann Isobel Newton b 1863. 
 
139
India 1943
India 1943
John in India before the 3rd Carabiniers moved forwards to Burma. John is on the far right in the back row. 
 
140
INFORMATION FOR FLETCHER DESCENDANTS
INFORMATION FOR FLETCHER DESCENDANTS
 
 
141
Instructions for a Safe Room about 1938
Instructions for a "Safe Room" about 1938
 
 
142
Isabella Morris
Isabella Morris
Isabella great,great,great grandaughter of Margaret Pugh 1878-1949.  
 
143
James Barnes
James Barnes
James Barnes,eldest son of James Barnes and Mary Fletcher.Photographed in First World War uniform . 
 
144
James Barnes 1864-1914
James Barnes 1864-1914
James Barnes pictured as a young man. He married Mary Fletcher in 1889. 
 
145
James Derek Mais
James Derek Mais
 
 
146
James with wife Ellen,Father John and son William living in Peter Street,Burnley in 1851
James with wife Ellen,Father John and son William living in Peter Street,Burnley in 1851
 
 
147
Jane Kay nee Gent
Jane Kay nee Gent
Jane Kay nee Gent,photographed in 1958,the year before her death.  
 
148
Jim with his German Pointer
Jim with his German Pointer
 
 
149
Joan
Joan
Joan Ruggles nee Mais in 1993 
 
150
Joan,John and Edgar
Joan,John and Edgar
Joan and her brothers John and Edgar 
 

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