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Funeral Order of Service Kate Emily Foulsham

Funeral Order of Service Kate Emily Foulsham who died 23rd March 1959

Stradbroke community 1996

Stradbroke community 1996 - news report

Commissioners Certificate of First Assessment and the Assessors certificate of Assessments dated 1879

Commissioners Certificate of First Assessment and the Assessors certificate of Assessments dated 1879 signed by John Foulsham and Benjamin Webb.

Mrs Kate Foulsham celebrates 91st birthday

Mrs Kate Foulsham celebrates 91st birthday

Photograph of J C Foulsham, G Dalling, L Brown, C CH Brown taken at Great Yarmouth between 1914 - 1916

Photograph of J C Foulsham, G Dalling, L Brown, C CH Brown taken at Great Yarmouth between 1914 - 1916. Reads: "the first two motorbikes and sidecars ever to leave Stradbroke together."
Two of the gentlemen look to be wearing volunteer Red Cross lapel badges.

Reverse of Card reads Tall Mann Shirly foulsham cousin of Jack Cousin dd 1948

Reverse of Card reads Tall Man Shirly Foulsham cousin of Jack dd 1948. The card was sent by 'Stewart' to Marjorie Sharpe as of interest to Stradbroke.

Mrs Kate Emily Foulsham recalls the past on her 91st birthday dd 1958

Mrs Kate Emily Foulsham recalls the past on her 91st birthday dd 1958

Jack Foulsham Camping

The information given to SLHG is that this is Jack Foulsham Camping. Research shows that John (Jack) Foulsham was born 1839 Yoxley, to Joseph and Sarah Foulsham. He married Susan E Chandler in 1861 and together they had 8 children as shown on the 1871 census return, Susan died in 1903 and Jack died in 1914. Jack was Stradbrokes Butcher and a…

Christmas celebrations in the British Legion Hut

A Christmas Celebration in the British Legion hut circa 1960. The guests holding playing cards are said to be from BACK: Kathy Baldry, Mrs Page, ?, Mrs Bromfield, Mrs D Nunn, K Westrop, Mrs Brown, C Westrop. FRONT row: ?, Mrs Foulsham, Rev, Florence, Mts Dunn, Mr L Brown, Mrs Florence and Mrs Carter.

Gravestone 40 - 49

Gravestone 40 1 Fanny Foulsham, 41 Susan and John Foulsham, 42 Ellen Rush, 43 3 Mary and Charles Rush, 44 Harriet and Harry Rush, 45 Jessie Foulsham, 46 Lucy Foulsham, 47 Minnie Foulsham, 48 Richard Sarah and George Beecroft, 49 Francis Betts

JC Foulsham, Town House 1966

A notice to customers to advise them that they will no longer be selling meat but will instead be selling fish. The notice ends with a poem:

There's no more for Foulshams for pork
Now that's the sad topic for talk
For their sausages prime you may wish
But alas the pork shop will sell fish.