A meeting to discuss the advisability and propriety of supplying the town with gas
Relating to the Title of Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Hook of 1936
Prof Paul Thompson continues his passion for recording people's memories
Mary Ann Sanford almshouse residents.
The Ipswich Journal, Saturday May 30th, 1848
Notes of an interview with Mrs E G Everitt made by Nicholas Butler In the mid 1980s
Who Owned What of the Itemised Plots of Land and Who Were the Occupiers?
An archaeological watching brief at the former Cooks shipyard and gasworks, Wivenhoe, near Colchester, Essex, March 2006-November 2007
Deed referring to the early dismantling and disposal of the Wivenhoe House Estate
Deeds referring to the dismantling and disposal of the Wivenhoe House Estate between 1859-1865
Before and during the construction phase
Chelmsford Chronicle, 27 November 1903
Owner of the Friendship sugar and rum plantation in Trelawney, Jamaica [National Archives PROB 11/1673/448]
Given as part of the Victorian Transformation which took place at that time
This page lists the graves from about 1906 to the 1990s
Nineteen deeds pertaining to East Donyland and Wivenhoe
Peruque Maker of Wivenhoe [National Archives PROB 11 611 171]
The Story of Wartime sweethearts John Whishaw and Olga Bernard involving a rowing boat called Elsie (or was it Elise?)
Sale of Furniture and Farming Stock including Horses Carts and Casks of Malt
Gail Cross was a well-known artist in Wivenhoe at this time.
East Anglian Daily Times, 1 March 1894
Captain Matthew Martin's father who was also a mariner
A Wivenhoe resident in the 1960s/70s; interviewed by Prof Paul Thompson in 2005. Lots about Ballast Quay, his friend George Gale, the Wivenhoe Arts Club and much more