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Norman Francis Astell
Major Norman Francis Astell was born in 1913, West Ham and died aged 31 on ...
Leonard Doble was born in Billericay, July 1915… and died, aged 29 in Belgium on ...
William James Amos
William James Amos was born in 1891 in Ramsden Crays and died, aged 26, of ...
David Thomas Gilbert
Private David Thomas Gilbert was born 1914 (West Ham) and was killed on the 12 ...
George was born in Woodham Ferrers, c 1886 and died, aged 32, on the 23 ...
Enid Kathleen Hollis
Enid Kathleen Hollis was born March 1917, Rochford, Essex and died, aged 25, at sea, ...
Sidney Alfred Burles
Sidney Alfred Burles was born in Barling in 1895 and died of wounds on 30 ...
A teenagers war
Having fun at Foxcroft
In the back garden
The Billericay Society gift to the Town
Duke of York
The Pools Man
Before the Lottery
The Next Station is Billericay
The coming of the railway
Random Recollections of Billericay
Growing up in the 1950s
Irene Yarrow Inspirational Cancer Book
Book Signing and Launch
Downham War Memorial
The Downham War Memorial stands outside St. Margaret’s Church in Castledon Road, Downham. The front panel ...
Ramsden Heath War Memorial
The Ramsden Heath War Memorial stands in the centre of the village on the small ...
The Greek physician Hippocrates said: Walking is man’s best medicine. Early history Modern footpaths are the ...
Outline History of The Billericay Society
How the park came about
The Weir Returns!
The pond in Laindon Road
Workhouse to Welfare State
The story of Billericay Workhouse up to the present time
The Land Before Football
A Brief History of the Blues' Hallowed Ground
Interview with Craig Edwards
Billericay Town FC
Quaker Girl – 1947
My uncle, Alfred Godman, a member of the Billericay Operatic Society, played Jeremiah in this production. He came to Billericay...
I used to go to the youth club held in the annex during the late sixties. It was run by...
Does anyone have any photos from the late sixties early 70's when we wore butterfly caps and starched aprons -...
Billericay’s cold war secret
I remember being at Billericay School in the early 80’s & we walked to the location at Little Burstead on...
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