Coronation Pageant, ‘the Masque of Time’; ‘Summer’. Back row, left to right, first two, with parasols, are M Ingles and N Peake (not sure which is which; this is from newspaper), and third one is Beatrice Turner, Vera’s sister. Two taller standing at right, with parasols, are, left to right, Dorothy Chaplin, Violet Gallop (her father was postmaster). Middle row, on right hand end of little girls, next to Dorothy Chaplin, is — Kellock (of Maldon Road). Most names from Lucy Croxall, Beatrice Turner’s from Keith. There is a newspaper report in the Essex Weekly News for 23 June 1911, and a discussion about the Coronation fire engine in the Essex County Chronicle for 30 June 1911.
|Date taken||22 June 1911|
|Source||Howell, Keith, son of Vera Howell, nee Turner|