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James Chambers - Itinerent Poet

Biography of James Chambers - Itinerent Poet. 1748 - 1827. Buried in grave 62 in All Saints Church graveyard.

Guests arriving for a Wedding.

Guests arriving for a Wedding.

Lifting the Trophy

Lifting the Trophy - Ralph Chambers holding the trophy and Ginger Carver - front row right. Please make a comment below if you know the event.

USAAF at Horham with Ruth Chambers nee Johnson. David and Alan Johnson during WW2

USAAF at Horham with Ruth Chambers nee Johnson. David and Alan Johnson during WW2

Ruth, David and Alan Johnson.

Ruth, David and Alan Johnson. Ruth went on to become Ruth Chambers when she married Ralph Chambers.

Barnes Farm, Battlesea Green.

Barnes Farm Battlesea Green. The family photographed is believed to be that of William Chambers. The 1901 census return shows him to be a 48 yr old Horseman on a farm with his wife Charlotte. His children are listed as James 19, Delia 17, William 14, John 12, Mary Ann 10, Phoebe 8 and Fred aged 4. By 1911 William is a Farm Bailiff, a widower but…

Notification that Alf Chambers was in hospital - WW1

Notification to Alf Chambers' family that he was in hospital - WW1

Alf Chambers - Prisoner of War notification.

Alf Chambers - Prisoner of War notification.

William James Chambers (Jim) in Army uniform.

William James Chambers (Jim) in Army uniform. Jim died on 23rd June 1944 fighting for his country aged 20 years. Jim was the son of Ethel Chambers Nunn.

In Memory of William James Chambers - WW2

In memory of William James Chambers who died on 23rd June 1944 at the age of 20yrs . James (as he was known) was the son of Ethel Chambers Nunn.
*Remembered with Honour*

In Memory of George L Chambers - WW2

In Memory of George L Chambers - Serjeant in the 4th Btn. of Suffolk Regiment who died on Friday 20th August 1943 at the age of 27. George Chambers was the son of Albert and Ivy Mary Chambers and husband to Bertha Chambers.
*Remembered with Honour.*

Card filled in and signed by Alf Chambers showing he received a parcel. dd 3rd Oct 1918

Card filled in and signed by Alf Chambers showing he received a parcel.

Letter received at home from POW Alf Chambers dd 11th August 1918

Letter received at home from POW Alf Chambers dd 11th August 1918

Letter received at home from POW Alf Chambers dd 14th July 1918

Letter received at home from POW Alf Chambers dd 14th July 1918

Card received to inform Alf Chambers a prisoner of war dd 1918

Card received to inform Alf Chambers a prisoner of war dd 1918

Pte Alf Chambers WW1

Pte Alf Chambers WW1

WW2 Ration Book issued to Alfred Chambers WW2

WW2 Ration Book issued to Alfred Chambers WW2.Ration books were issued as there were shortages of everything during the war.

Presentation to Landlord Chambers on the occasion of his retirement from the White Hart.

Presentation to Landlord Chambers on the occasion of his retirement from the White Hart.

Gravestone - 60 - 69

Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Fire Brigade Group Photograph - series

Group photograph of the Fire Brigade.
Back row: Basil Hugman, Bob Carrison, Morns, Gerald Clarke Middle row: Roly Copping, George Ward, Ralph Chambers, George Brown and Front Row: Unknown Unknown Ray Fidgett Unknown Unknown Claud Hugman .

Circa 1934 - A group of boys in Boxing gloves

Notes on photos brought in by Roy Noble 8 aug 2000 :-
'Una Meier, the daughter of Ethel and Douglas Nunn came to the flower show last week and lent Roy some photos for copying. She had seen the 24 jun exhibition and wanted us to have some pictures of her (half) brother for the records.
Jim Chambers was a very good friend of Roy Noble, who says…