Old Photos of Witham

The funeral of Charles Sneezum in 1915, photo no.2

Taken: 29 October 1915, Ref: M923

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The funeral of Charles Sneezum, First World War, photo no.2. I don’t know why the photo cannot be shown. See photo M1086 which appears to be the same.

Entering Guithavon Street. Soldiers passing. Probably Mr Blood in his bath chair on the corner.

Includes left to right, Spread Eagle hotel Newland Street (with gables), 51 Newland Street (shop, right hand gable), 53 Newland, 55 Newland Street, 57 Newland Street (with foliage and porch).

See also the Essex County Chronicle for 5 November 1915 and for 26 May 1916.

There are a considerable number of photos of the Sneezum family, i.e. M150, M201, M922 to M927, M929 to M943, and M1086. There are also references to them in many of the posts about the First World War, which come under Subjects.

RefM923
PhotographerFred Hayward
Date taken29 October 1915
SourceRoy Gage
Posted on Full size 4042 × 2467

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