Richards family

For interviews with Mrs Frances Hawkes, previously Mrs Richards, nee Filby, see interview tapes 17 and 20. For more information see Hawkes, Frances (nee Filby, first husband Richards), in the People files. 1839 Tithe map George Richards occupied cottage and garden at site now 56 Church St _______________________________________________________________________________________ Census _______________________________________________________________________________________ 1851 census HO 107/1783, folio … Continue reading “Richards family”

Filby family, re. Frances nee Filby (later Mrs Richards and after that Mrs Hawkes)

Notes on the Filby family, re Frances nee Filby (later Mrs Richards and after that Mrs Hawkes) Also see notes on the Richards family in the People category For interviews with Mrs Hawkes (nee Filby), earlier Richards, see interview tapes 17 and 20. Residences First in Albert Road Between 1901 and 1906, parents took the … Continue reading “Filby family, re. Frances nee Filby (later Mrs Richards and after that Mrs Hawkes)”

Tape 020. Mrs Frances Hawkes (formerly Richards, nee Filby), sides 3 and 4

Tape 20 Mrs Hawkes was born in about 1897, and was interviewed on 4 July 1977, when she lived at 30 Powershall End, Witham. She also appears on tape 17. For more about her, see the notes on the Filby family and on the Richards family in the People category. The original recording of this … Continue reading “Tape 020. Mrs Frances Hawkes (formerly Richards, nee Filby), sides 3 and 4”

Tape 017. Mrs Frances Hawkes (formerly Mrs Richards, nee Filby), and Mrs Gladys Baker (nee Brewster), sides 1 and 2

Tape 17 Mrs Hawkes and Mrs Baker were both born about 1897, and were interviewed on 20 June 1977, when Mrs Hawkes lived at 30 Powershall End and Mrs Baker lived at 29 The Avenue, Witham. Mrs Hawkes also appears on tape 20, and Mrs Baker on tape 64. For more about Mrs Hawkes, see … Continue reading “Tape 017. Mrs Frances Hawkes (formerly Mrs Richards, nee Filby), and Mrs Gladys Baker (nee Brewster), sides 1 and 2”