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Funeral Order of Service Flossie May Rush

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Funeral Order of Service Flossie May Rush who died 3rd September 1976

The Cell Book 1902 to 1907

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The Cell Book 1902 to 1907. Includes such crimes as 'Drunk in charge of a horse and cart' and 'Larceny of a dead pheasant.'

Letter headed Stradbroke Church dd 25th April 1878 and signed by Foreman Thos, Patterson

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Letter headed Stradbroke Church dd 25th April 1878 and signed by Foreman Thos, Patterson. This letter details the cost and people involved with the church and the school at that time.

The wedding of Edith Meen to Horace Rush 1893

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The wedding of Edith Meen to Horace Rush 1893

Claude Rush notes on the Drought of 1921.

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The author of these notes was Harry Claude Rush whose father was Stradbroke's Police Sergeant from 1909 to 1919. In 1971 Claude recounted the drought that hit Stradbroke in 1921, a time before piped water was available and when streams, springs, and ponds were the village's water supplies.
This beautifully written account takes us back to a timeā€¦

Stradbroke Petty Sessions 1915. Drunk in Charge of a Horse and Cart

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Stradbroke Petty Sessions 1915. Drunk in Charge of a Horse and Cart

Claude Rush account of school life c1909

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Claude Rush account of school life c1909.
Harry Claude Rush was born on 6th June 1903 and died on 29th September 1990. He married Dorothy Mannall in June 1930.

Newspaper letter - WC Allum regarding the postal service

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Newspaper letter - WC Allum regarding the postal service

Article by Claude Rush recalling postal service in Stradbroke circa 1909

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Article by Claude Rush recalling postal service in Stradbroke circa 1909

Claude Rush - 1915 bellringer

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Newspaper article in which Claude Rush argues the case for musical fitness with regard to bellringing.

The Post Office and Church Street

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The view shows the light hanging from the Post Office - now Town House in Church Street.

Gravestone - 60 - 69

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Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Gravestone 40 - 49

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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

Gravestones 29 - 39

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Gravestones 29 John Musk, 31 Sarah and James Percy, 32 1 Carrie and Charles Rush, 33 Daniel and Susann Walne , 34 John Walne, 35 R Mary Beechcroft & 36 L Elizabeth Walne , 37 William Girling, 38 RHS John Farrow, 38 LHS Sarah Farrow, 39 Margaret Rush