Old Photos of Witham

Part of Victory parade after the Second World War, showing the band in Newland Street

Taken: May 1945, Ref: M1810a

M1810. The Victory parade in Newland Street after the Second World War. Seen from south side. Three sections, M1810(a, b and (c).
M1810(a) The band; On the far left, saluting, is (1) Sidney Rice, lived in Hatfield Road, was bandmaster, immediately to the right of him (2) is George Speight, and to the right of him, saluting in the foreground, is (10) Basil Theobald of Cressing Road. In middle column, fifth from back, with gap behind, is (15) Jack Rushen of Church Street, and behind him, behind the gap, (16) Raymond Woodwards of Cressing Road. At back of the right hand column, with white belt, is (23) Anthony Balls of Cressing Road (brother killed in WW2)
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RefM1810a
Date takenMay 1945
SourceAtkinson, Nyria. Daughter of Irenee Lloyd (nee Mondy), and grandaughter of Albert and Beatrice Mondy.
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