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Football Team

Football Team.
Back row l to r: A Vincent, R Hubbard, N Bellingham, M Ellis, G Vincent, T Bannon, B Boast, H Williams.
Front row l to r: D Smith, D Johnson, J Dann, L Potter, P Bannon, R Mayhew

Retirement of firemen T Smith and W Pipe.

Retirement of firemen T Smith and W Pipe.

The wedding of Joe Smith and Peggy Cunnel

The wedding of Joe Smith and Peggy Cunnel

The Wedding of Mr D Johnson and Miss B Smith

The Wedding of Mr D Johnson and Miss B Smith. (Newspaper incorrectly states initial as P Smith)

Stradbroke Football Club team.

Stradbroke FC team photograph.
Back Row: David Johnson, John Dann, Unknown, Derek Smith, Lesley Potter, Terry Banham.
Front Row: George Cooper, John Pearl, Michael Ellis, Paddy Banham, Alan Johnson.

George Fisher cured of blindness and ulcers by Universal Medicine claims Lot Smith. Report in the Tourist dd1832

George Fisher cured of blindness and ulcers by Universal Medicine claims Lot Smith agent for Stradbroke. Report in the Tourist dd 1832
"Cure of Ulcers in the Neck, with Blindness
To Mr E Giles, Tavern Street, Ipswich
Stradbroke, Oct. 1, 1832
Sir,-I saw a little patient of mine yesterday; his name is George Fisher, at Laxfield, aged…

Geoffrey and Rosemarie Smith (Buddy) nee Pearl

Geoffrey and Rosemarie Smith (Buddy) nee Pearl

The Ivy House Public House circa 1970's

The Ivy House Public House circa 1970's

Drinkers at The Queens Head

A group of regulars drinking at The Queens Head public house. Picture includes aEddie Copping.

The Queens Head Public House

The Queens Head Public House in Queens Street. W178

The White Hart circa 1950's

The White Hart Public House. Situated in Church Street directly opposite All Saints Church. Photograph taken from the top of the church tower.

Gravestone - 60 - 69

Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard.

Gravestones 50 - 59

Gravestones in All Saints Church churchyard

The Fire Brigade - Bill Pipe and Tom Smith Retire. - series

The Fire Brigadesays goodbye to Bill Pipe and Tom Smith on their retirement. To their right stands Gnase Amies, Ray Fidgett, Ralph Chambers, Claud Hugman and Eddie Copping. To their left stands Roly Copping and George Bedborough. Between them stands Divisional Officer Bishop.

Divisional officer Bishop, Roly Copping, George Bedborough

Marvon Fish Bar

The Marvon Fish and Chip bar in Queen Street.

The village Blacksmith - Mr Arthur Amies

Mr Arthur Amies working at the anvil as the village Blacksmith.

The Fancy Fair - Series

A group pose in fancy dress at 'The Fancy Fair'

Dinner at the Legion Hall

Dinner at the Legion Hall