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Benfleet As It Was - Part I
Reverend Ralph Gardner
Benfleet As It Was - Part II
Reverend Ralph Gardner
St. Mary's Church Souvenir Mug
A picture of St. Mary the Virgin Church, Benfleet
Carlton Ware : The Prince of Wales feathers
A crested china souvenir of Benfleet
Reverend Reginald Leighton Houghton
Vicar of St Mary's Church 1942 - 1950
Reginald Leighton Houghton
World's Biggest Coffee Morning
Raises £280 For A Worthy Cause
The Houseboat 'The Lark'
Mabel Mary Medhurst-Cook born 1868
The Unsung Heroes
Memories of Benfleet
South East Essex Riding And Driving Club
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Sir Harry Preston was a Brighton businessman and sportsman. In the 1920s and 30s, he made the Royal Albion Hotel into the town’s most fashionable place to stay and sponsored the first ‘Motor Race Week’ on the sea-front.
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Railway Tragedy at Benfleet
Death of Keen Yachtsman Edward Youel
St George's - Tarpots Community Booth
Out Reach of the Church
Wedding of Joan Watts & Harry Richardson
Peter Watts Memories of his Sister's Wedding in 1942
Benfleet from the Sky
Aerial Photo Taken in 1959
George Brittain - Part 3
Part 3. President of the London Trustee Savings Bank
George Brittain - Part 2
Part 2. Anecdotes and Incidents
(30) Charles Walter Thurtell
Third man to die in a week
(31) Herbert Henry Newman
Died in Italy
(32) Samuel Sargent
Battle of Hazebrouck
(33) Archibald Arthur Weller
War crime of sinking of H.M.H.S. Llandovery Castle
(34) John Maclure
Killed with sinking of SS Mesaba
Appleton Comprehensive School opened 1966
Well it’s been over 50 years since I went to Appleton. I started there in 1968. Names I remember include,...
(29) Dennis Claude Grant St Leger
On 6th September 2019 the Young family provided a picture of his Death Penny and his two war medals: the...
Stella Bouchereau’s memories of life in Benfleet
Hi Auntie Stella. Just found this X very interesting, will show dad tomorrow X love to you all Theresa xx...
Leaving Benfleet Primary School in 1969
Just seen this page. So many names I remember. It brought a smile to my face, and so many memories...
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