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A collection of photographs featuring people.


Many thanks to all those who kindly lent me photographs.

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Billy Vincent Butter making at Blackdyke farm The dung cart Jack Porter Mr W. J. Court, harness maker.
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Jack Porter Peat Diggers William Beamis, bell-ringer at St Nicholas. Charlie Matthews in his Postman's uniform. He was also a tailor and a member of the Enterprise Band. The engine at Feltwell Mills circa 1905
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Feltwell Workmen. Mr Pryer unloading turf. Probably Violet Gent (nee Tilling), little girl unknown. Violet's husband Percy was Head gardener at Hall. Filling sandbags.

The lorry of Frank W.Fincham, haulier of building materials and sugar beet.

Photo from Mr Gerald Harrison (grandson)
Mr Chris Walker (1950's) with Betsy, the last working pony in Feltwell. Used to do 12 miles a day as Mr Walker farmed at Schrubhill before the Min. of Ag. moved in. On Mondays the pony did a 20 mile round trip to Methwold market. The farm house is behind  Rose Villas (Roseneath) cottages. bertie ralfe.gif (31516 bytes) sandbags2.jpg (27305 bytes) robert howlett outside shop.gif (27501 bytes)
Bertie Ralph Howlett. Taken at back of the Chequers.
Provided by Pearl Mann (nee Howlett)
Erecting flood defences - 1912#  Robert Howlett at Commerce House Shop, Short Beck.
Provided by Pearl Mann

Cecil Jacobs. He was a gamekeeper as well as a shopkeeper.

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Tom Cooper -
Shepherd and dog.

Photo provided by Mr P. Cooper

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Possibly the ferry crossing over the Ouse at Feltwell Anchor. Note the tow path on the left.

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Probably taken at Ashtons. Grandfather Bertie Rafe Howlett.
Provided by Pearl Mann

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Mr Stanley Hopkins

Read the article about his retirement.

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L to R.  Mrs Pryer (Maurice Pryer's mother), Blanche Hicks, Lil Banham, at work in the gardens of Newcombe Hall August 1916#
Provided by Mr C. Cock

Cecil Jacobs doing his daily deliveries from the shop in Bell Street.
Feltwell Fire Brigade C1940
Provided by Dereck Willet

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