Lived in Price's House in the 1980s
Launching a new yacht built in the Storehouse on The Quay
About Peter Conway [born 1732 - died 1794]
His funeral was held in St Mary's Church, Wivenhoe on 16th April 1926 and was attended by many people including a number of local dignatories.
Berkley makes a run for it
Awarded for the first time at the WAGA AGM on Sunday 3rd Feb 2019
Nick Butler undertook many interviews in researching his book 'The Story of Wivenhoe'
Captain Carter and James Green
The Sanford family leave their mark for future generations in Wivenhoe
The Watshams were significant people in Wivenhoe in the 20th Century
A Wheelwright in Wivenhoe
About Dr. Squire and his son who joined him in the Practice.
His widow gave the Clock Bell in St Mary's Church in his memory
An offprint by Walter Radcliffe from ‘The Practitioner’, September 1964, Vol 193, pages 363-367 (Essex County Libraries E.WIV 614.34)
Tony's talk to the Wivenhoe History Group in September 2016
Chairman of Wivenhoe FC for 30 years
From 1929 to 1947 and other memories.
Pictures of people who have been actively involved with the Wivenhoe Allotment & Gardens Association (WAGA)
Widow of William Hines of Wivenhoe who died on 21 September 1866
Who owned the Wivenhoe House Estate from 1811 - 1853
Durrell Family, Emma, Ellen, Rosa.