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Sgt. Robert James Terry (Flt. Eng.)
Service Number: 1290468 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve Son of Frederick John and Isabel Amelia Terry ...
Crays Hill War Memorial
The Crays Hill War Memorial is relatively new, having been installed in 2014. There are Five ...
Gunner George Coe
Service Number ‘68224’ – Royal Field Artillery 63rd Battery Died 21st October 1916, aged 28. Buried at ...
Stoker 1st Class Thomas William Ripper
Service Number ‘SS/109685’ – Royal Navy, H.M.S. “Hawke.” Killed in action on 15th October 1914, aged ...
Little Burstead War Memorial
This Memorial sits on a triangular island at the junction of Clock House Road, Rectory ...
The way the Billericay Community Archive website works has changed. If you are an existing registered ...
Billericay & the Mayflower
A publication by Wynford Grant
Old air vent
Church Street - Western end
These photographs take us back to the late 1970s when the land at the top ...
Stockwell Hall is a Grade II* listed building in Little Burstead, Essex Formerly owned by the ...
The Rising Sun
History Revealed by development
The whole photographs
1939 - Waltz Dream
A Waltz Dream
At The King's Head
Miss Archer's Tea Urn
Great Burstead School Board
Planting bulbs at the railway station
Town Sign Unveiling
Perry Green 1953
29th November 1958
Commanded by Lieutenant Richard Keddie DSC
From the South
South Green Recreation Ground
My parents bought South Green P O and shop in 1948; I was six. Living opposite the park I spent...
FA Vase 1976-1979 documentary
I hope you enjoy this, and it brings back many happy memories of those glory days in the 1970s. It...
Town Sign Unveiling
From another picture of this event in the Cater Museum I can identify No 3 as Geoffrey S Amos, No...
“A Chapter of my life in Billericay”
Do you recall Keith Barnett, my close relative who died in Nov 2009. He was born 1942 and lived in...
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