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In Memory of Kenneth George Cowling - WW2

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In Memory of Kenneth George Cowling, Private who died on Tuesday 20th October 1943 aged 23. George Cowling was the son of George and Ethel Cowling.
*Remembered with Honour.*

In Memory of George L Chambers - WW2

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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.*

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

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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…

Profile for Charles George Read, surgeon

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Profile for Charles George Read, surgeon

Profile of George Mayhew - Surgeon

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Profile of George Mayhew - Surgeon

John Cracknell obituary

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John Cracknell obituary

Henry Barnes son of George Barnes shopkeeper and executor to his fathers will

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Henry Barnes son of George Barnes shopkeeper and executor to his fathers will

Partnership dissolved between Charles and George Barnes - Grocer and Drapers, dd 14th November 1837

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Partnership dissolved between Charles and George Barnes - Grocer and Drapers. dd 14th November 1837

George Cooper 1943

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George Cooper 1943

The Ward Shop

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George and Daisy Ward opened up the Grocer and Drapers Ward Shop in 1907 The 1911 census return shows that they had a one year old daughter, Kathleen and George's sister Lucy with them. The census return also shows that Lucy helped out in the shop,