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551 thumb_Stanmore Hall,Middlesex.jpg
 
 
552 thumb_Steelcross Mirage.jpg
 
 
553 thumb_Steelcross Silhouette1.jpg
 
 
554 thumb_stefanholding crab.jpg
 
 
555 thumb_Stephenson 1972-1.jpg
 
 
556 thumb_Steve abt 1996.jpg
 
 
557 thumb_StPeterburnley.jpg
 
 
558 thumb_sylvia turner sept 2006.JPG
 
 
559 thumb_The Burma Star.jpg
 
 
560 thumb_The Church of St Mary the Virgin,Horsham.jpg
 
 
561 thumb_The Convict Ship The Mangles.jpg
 
 
562 thumb_The Gent Family in 1871.jpg
 
 
563 thumb_The North Yorkshire Moors where Michael Kay was born.jpg
 
 
564 thumb_The sailing ship Opawa.jpg
 
 
565 thumb_Theordore.jpg
 
 
566 thumb_Thomas 2005.jpg
 
 
567 thumb_Thomas Tidy 1871.jpg
 
 
568 thumb_thomas tidy 1927.jpg
 
 
569 thumb_Thomas WALES 1891.jpg
 
 
570 thumb_thomas wales etc 1881.jpg
 
 
571 thumb_ThomasDWhitaker1Gau.jpeg
 
 
572 thumb_wanted.jpg
 
 
573 thumb_William and Adelaide marriage.JPG
 
 
574 thumb_William Turner 1830 in Stapleford 1841.jpg
 
 
575
Timothy
Timothy
Timothy Kay,son of Nicholas and Marie Kay  
 
576 Tragic plane crash.doc
 
 
577
Vic
Vic
Victor aged about 22 
 
578
Vic with Buddy 1995
Vic with Buddy 1995
 
 
579
Vic with Mark and Stephen
Vic with Mark and Stephen
Vic with his grandsons -left to right-Stephen,Vic and Mark 
 
580
Victor on holiday about 1964
Victor on holiday about 1964
 
 
581
Wanted
Wanted
 
 
582 wanted.pdf
 
 
583
War Service in Burma
War Service in Burma
 
 
584
We'll meet again- Vera Lynn
We'll meet again- Vera Lynn
Vera Lynn travelled to Burma to entertain the troops and raise morale 
 
585
Wedding
Wedding
An informal picture of the wedding of William Turner and Edith Tidy. Left to right-Dorothy Abbott,Leslie Turner,William Turner,Edith Tidy,May Turner,Alfred Tidy.Page Boy unknown 
 
586
Wendy and Cuckoo
Wendy and Cuckoo
The two dogs owned by the Turners when they lived in Heathfield. Wendy Lou was a crossbred Cocker Spaniel x Retriever and Cuckoo was a mongrel bought by Pat at an auction in Maidstone Market for 5/-.
 
 
587
What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Information on the Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome and how it has affected the lives of family members. 
 
588
William Edward and Edith
William Edward and Edith
William Turner and Edith Turner nee Tidy on holiday in Bognor 
 
589
William Edward Turner
William Edward Turner
 
 
590
William Fletcher 1871
William Fletcher 1871
William Fletcher was born in the East End of London and made his career in the Army.He married Adelaide Beer in Bombay in 1907 and on retirement from the Army they lived in Margate. He died aged 59. 
 
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William Tidy
William Tidy
William Tidy with his grandson Daniel 
 
592
William Tidy-parents
William Tidy-parents
Left to right- Margaret Tidy nee Totten,William Tidy,Peter Tidy. 
 
593
Wood End,Bluntisham
Wood End,Bluntisham
The house on the left is where Alice Tidy nee Fletcher stayed when she first went to Bluntisham in 1940. 
 
594
World War 2 Air Raid Warden's Form
World War 2 Air Raid Warden's Form
William Edward Turner 1902-1981 was graded as unfit for service in the armed forces but instead he was a firewatcher at his London shop premises and as air raid warden at home in Beckenham.

As an air raid warden he patrolled his allocated patch,knocking up householders if their blackout was faulty,helping to dig out those buried in the debris and extinguishing the smaller fires. One main job was to observe and report back to headquarters using the air raid warden's forms.

His local air raid warden's post was three doors away from 113 Stanhope Grove in a re-inforced concrete hut just inside the gates of the Eden Park Recreation Ground. Like all Air Raid Warden's Posts it had a Gas Attack detector just outside. 
 
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World War Two Gas mask for young children
World War Two Gas mask for young children
When war was imminent it was feared that there would be no protection from gas attack for very young children and parents were advised to use a wet blanket instead. Then a contrapition covering the child's head and shoulders was produced for the "under twos" and the Mickey Mouse gas mask was produced for the slightly older ones. Rosalie Turner was issued with one of these and was quite happy to wear it because,when it was on the flippers would move as she breathed. 
 
596
WW2 Cookery Book
WW2 Cookery Book
Housewives were encouraged to make meals from very little and to prepare substitutes for foods that were scarce. Edith used to make up a dessert from Cremola and call it "Rice Cream". She made mock bananas from parsnips and banana flavouring and "tinned" pears from fresh pears boiled in lemonade.  
 

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