A meeting to discuss the advisability and propriety of supplying the town with gas
An 'unwelcome companion' on a cold winter night in February 1844.
Notes of an interview with Mrs E G Everitt made by Nicholas Butler In the mid 1980s
An archaeological watching brief at the former Cooks shipyard and gasworks, Wivenhoe, near Colchester, Essex, March 2006-November 2007
In the 1960s next to The Greyhound P.H.
Who remembers Edmond Crawley who used to work for Cedrics before emigrating to Colorado where established the British Double Decker company?
At Vine Farm, Wivenhoe Cross
A Memorandum made by the Churchwardens in 1890 referring to the light in East Street at the entrance to the Churchyard.
Tender for lighting gas lamps 15 August 1862
Abstract of the Title of Mrs Caroline Louisa Constance Havens to freehold hereditaments situate in Wivenhoe in the County of Essex (Essex Record Office D/P 277/6/10)
Sale of Furniture and Farming Stock including Horses Carts and Casks of Malt
The Annual Meeting will be held in British Legion Hall on Thursday 21st March 2019
Awarded for the first time at the WAGA AGM on Sunday 3rd Feb 2019
Now demolished. Situated behind the Black Buoy and Gas Road.
Retired from the Choir in 2019 after 52 years of singing
An analysis of vessels by size and the number of mariners in Wivenhoe at that time.
Announcing the Annual Meeting of the Association in January 1856
Sale of Agricultural Stock and Household Furniture
Images of his Ledger from the 1830s