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21 Baldwins Hill
21 Baldwins Hill
 
 
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284 London Road, Westcliff on Sea, Essex
284 London Road, Westcliff on Sea, Essex
Sweet shop owned by Dolly & Frank Willingale. The shop later became the first Maplin electronics store!  
 
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36 Baldwins Hill
36 Baldwins Hill
 
 
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A picture painted by Gertrude Elline Fursdon.
A picture painted by Gertrude Elline Fursdon.
 
 
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A watercolour by Thomas Willingale 1849-1920
A watercolour by Thomas Willingale 1849-1920
 
 
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Ada Abdee
Ada Abdee
 
 
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Ada Constance Willingale (nee Stacey) holding I think her daughter Grace
Ada Constance Willingale (nee Stacey) holding I think her daughter Grace
 
 
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Ada Rosetta Willingale
Ada Rosetta Willingale
 
 
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Ada Stacey
Ada Stacey
 
 
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Ada Willingale
Ada Willingale
with Children Samuel, Nora and Edna 
 
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Adelaide Winifred Webb
Adelaide Winifred Webb
 
 
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Albert Thomas Willingale
Albert Thomas Willingale
 
 
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Albert Victor Willingale
Albert Victor Willingale
 
 
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Alexandra Newell
Alexandra Newell
 
 
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Alfred James Carter & Agnes Brewer
Alfred James Carter & Agnes Brewer
 
 
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Alfred Willingale
Alfred Willingale
One of the Loppers 
 
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Alfred Willingale - One of the 'Loppers'.
Alfred Willingale - One of the 'Loppers'.
There is some confusion over who is in this picture

Repository: Essex Record Office
Level: Category Illustrations
Level: Fonds MINT PORTRAITS
Level: Item Photograph of Tom Willingale, "The Last of The Loppers"
Level:
Item Reference Code I/Pb 23/28
Graham Richards confirmed on 02/09/2009 the following:
Handwritten on the back, in pencil, is 'Tom Willingale The last of the Loppers'. Then in blue Biro someone else has written 'Jnr'. The only other mark is an 'Essex Record Office Stamp' , apparently an old version indicating that the photo has been in the ERO's possession for some years. The photo is in a large box type album along with other photo's in alphabetical order, each in a plastic wallet. The numbers in the 'Item Reference Code' are 'Alphabet Letter/Photo Number. So our photo is Letter number 23 (W)/28th photo of that letter. The Album I had was for letters S-Z. All these albums are of photo's collected by the Record Office over time and are of 'unknown sources'. So no provenance I'm afraid.

I took with me prints of Alfred (2) and Thomas, with the names blanked out and discussed them with a couple of archivists and both tended to agree that two (Alfred) were of the same person, with the one shown with a branch over his shoulder being earlier than the other, one suggested maybe late 19th/early 20th century. One archivist then spotted that in the photo is a Barbed Wire fence (it's clearer on the ERO copy) so we Googled 'Barbed Wire - History of' and found that it was invented around 1870's in the USA. At this point another archivist joined in and he said that he actually visited the Barbed Wire Museum in the USA last year and remembers that Barbed Wire was invented around the Civil War but the history says that it was patented in 1873/4 which would make it too late to be around when Thomas was alive.


Steven Willingale has a page from an unidentified book with this photo captioned Thomas Willingale Jnr.


EFDC Museum uses this picture next to an article for Thomas Willingale Snr, but from the caption of the photo (Thomas Willingale Aged 77 in 1920) its obvious its Thomas Jnr.


The WFS have had this photo dated, report as follows:

The first paragraph relating to the Thomas photograph also applies here to some extent. This picture again looks to me much like a late 19th or early 20th century photograph, though it appears well-composed and of decent quality, so it may well be a professional portrait, taken outdoors, rather than an amateur ‘snapshot’. This is perhaps also suggested by the greyish, wide-framed mount, which in colour and style is typical of early-20th century card-mounted professional photographs.

This elderly man is also clearly at home in the woodland setting, though I cannot tell whether he is carrying that large branch on his shoulder, or simply resting underneath it. His attire differs to that of ‘Thomas’ above, this outfit being more formal, if a little shabby and shapeless. Essentially he is wearing a dark lounge suit of uncertain date: basic ‘lounging’ jackets similar to this were first worn c.1860 and lounge jackets still form part of the standard male suit today. He also sports a black neck cloth or cravat, an accessory which was fashionable daywear around the mid-19th century, though a dark or coloured knotted scarf or cravat continued to be worn casually by many manual workers until the early 20th century. His hat is less easy to identify and date precisely than the cloth cap in the previous photograph, but various types of hard felt hat similar to this, lower in the crown than a top hat, were developing by the 1860s.

The evidence of the man’s dress, then, offers an unhelpfully broad date – conceivably anywhere from the 1860s to the early-20th century. It is best described as a ‘timeless’ and rather eccentric style, not seen in formal studio photographs and not really suitable for fashionable wear about town, but no doubt completely acceptable for country wear, especially amongst poorer folk and/or an older generation. Nothing seen here absolutely rules out the possibility that this man could be Thomas Willingale himself. However, as mentioned above, this does not have the ‘look’ of a 1860s photograph, and may be considerably later, again perhaps early 1900s, in which case the man could well be, as you suggest, one of Thomas’s sons or nephews.

Because the date here is a little less conclusive, I wonder whether there are any other visual clues in the picture? For example perhaps some kind of fencing specialist could have a stab at roughly identifying/dating the wire fence with its wooden posts?


The WFS note that the fence is made of barbed wire, this was invented in the USA around 1867, although further patents were made in 1874 it was 1876 before mass production took off. Therefore this is very unlikely to be Thomas Snr


Ken Hoy, FOEF has not seen this photo before in his research.


Yet the image we have is called Alfred Willingale - unfortunately how the we came to have this photo is not recorded 
 
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Alice Amelia Willingale nee Rust
Alice Amelia Willingale nee Rust
 
 
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Ann Haden-Morris
Ann Haden-Morris
 
 
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Ann Willingale
Ann Willingale
 
 
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Annie Bulbrook
Annie Bulbrook
Annie Bulbrook (or Annie Atkins Bulbrook, although the Atkins name is a mystery) wife of Henry Thomas Willingale b1850 
 
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Annie Bulbrook and Henry Thomas Willingale plus Family
Annie Bulbrook and Henry Thomas Willingale plus Family
 
 
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Annie Cox
Annie Cox
 
 
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Annie Frances Turner
Annie Frances Turner
 
 
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Anthony Stein
Anthony Stein
 
 
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Archibald Arthur Willingale
Archibald Arthur Willingale
 
 
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Arthur Cecil Green
Arthur Cecil Green
 
 
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Arthur Edward
Arthur Edward
 
 
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Arthur G Andrews
Arthur G Andrews
 
 
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Audrey Jane Jackson
Audrey Jane Jackson
Rose Eva's daughter 
 
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B-26s on Willingale Airfield
B-26s on Willingale Airfield
 
 
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B26's on Willingale Airfield
B26's on Willingale Airfield
 
 
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Barbara Willingale
Barbara Willingale
 
 
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Bernard Schwikkard
Bernard Schwikkard
 
 
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Bertha Mellodew
Bertha Mellodew
 
 
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Berwick Place nos. 1 - 7
Berwick Place nos. 1 - 7
Description:
3rd October 1964 Image shows four double fronted back-to-back terraced houses with a yard on the right originally built to house the shared outside toilet. On the far left number 1 has soon to be demolished under a Leeds City Council slum clearance programme. Clothes hang above the cobbled street on a washing line extending from number 3. The doors of numbers 5 & 7 are open however entry and exit is restricted by child safety gates.
Subject ID:
2003515_21584719
Location:
Hunslet
Subject Year:
1964
Keywords:
Berwick Place
Copyright:
West Yorkshire Archive Service
Class number:
WYAS Hunslet Hall Road, Box 53/2, no. 204 
 
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Berwick Place nos. 1-3
Berwick Place nos. 1-3
Description:
3rd April 1963. Image shows two double fronted back-to-back terraced houses owned by Messrs.Crowther Twaites & Co. A small boy is visible standing in the doorway of No.1 while empty milk bottles awaiting collection from the window sill. Clothes are visible hanging from lines stretched across the street.
Subject ID:
200447_44604129
Location:
Hunslet
Subject Year:
1963
Keywords:
Berwick Place nos. 1-3
Copyright:
West Yorkshire Archive Service
Class number:
WYAS Acc. No.3650. 22 
 
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Beryl Turner
Beryl Turner
 
 
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Caroline Elizabeth Robinson
Caroline Elizabeth Robinson
Email from Ann Carter 14/02/2004 - 'Walter Sidney Willingale's mother name unknown' 
 
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Carter Brown (Alan Geoffrey Yates)
Carter Brown (Alan Geoffrey Yates)
 
 
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Carved plaque at Lopping Hall, commemorating the Loppers.
Carved plaque at Lopping Hall, commemorating the Loppers.
 
 
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Charles Henry Brown
Charles Henry Brown
 
 
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Charles Herbert Willingale
Charles Herbert Willingale
 
 
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Charles Herbert Willingale
Charles Herbert Willingale
 
 
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Charles Welford
Charles Welford
 
 
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Charles William John Chipperfield & Emily Beatrice Moorcroft
Charles William John Chipperfield & Emily Beatrice Moorcroft
With children with May (left) & Grace 
 
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Charles Willingale
Charles Willingale
 
 
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Christian and Ada
Christian and Ada
with children Edna & Samuel 
 
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Christian Potterell
Christian Potterell
 
 
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Christian Robert Willingale
Christian Robert Willingale
 
 
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Cicely Rackham
Cicely Rackham
Taken on her wedding day 
 
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Constance Coote
Constance Coote
 
 
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Constance Palmer
Constance Palmer
 
 
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Cyril Bartlett
Cyril Bartlett
 
 
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Cyril Thomas Willingale
Cyril Thomas Willingale
 
 
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Daisy Axon
Daisy Axon
 
 
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Daphne Phillips
Daphne Phillips
 
 
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Denise MacKellar
Denise MacKellar
 
 
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Diana Baird
Diana Baird
 
 
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Dianne Brown
Dianne Brown
 
 
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Display from St Andrews Church, early 2000's
Display from St Andrews Church, early 2000's
 
 
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Display in St Andrews early 2000's
Display in St Andrews early 2000's
 
 
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Display re RAF Willingale
Display re RAF Willingale
 
 
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Display regarding RAF Willingale
Display regarding RAF Willingale
photo taken in St Andrews Church, Willingale Village, in 2002 
 
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Display regarding RAF Willingale
Display regarding RAF Willingale
Photo taken in St Andrews Church, Willingale Village in 2002 
 
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Display St Andrew's Church, Willingale
Display St Andrew's Church, Willingale
 
 
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Display St Andrew's Church, Willingale
Display St Andrew's Church, Willingale
 
 
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Doris Willingale
Doris Willingale
 
 
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Dorothea Young
Dorothea Young
 
 
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Dorothy Eveline Willingale
Dorothy Eveline Willingale
 
 
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Dorothy Eveline Willingale & Dorothy Willingale (nee Stein) with Kath Willingale
Dorothy Eveline Willingale & Dorothy Willingale (nee Stein) with Kath Willingale
We believe this photo was taken in 1957 as we have found Dorothy Eveline on a ships passenger list returning to South Africa in October 1957 
 
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Dorothy Willingale
Dorothy Willingale
 
 
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Dorothy Willingale (nee Stein)
Dorothy Willingale (nee Stein)
 
 
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Dorothy Willingale and Leonard Edmonds.
Dorothy Willingale and Leonard Edmonds.
 
 
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Douglas James Dodds
Douglas James Dodds
 
 
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Drawing of Willingale Churches
Drawing of Willingale Churches
Drawing by Jessie Elizabeth Rose Willingale (nee Wingfield) 
 
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Edith May Willingale
Edith May Willingale
Wedding day 
 
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Edith May Willingale
Edith May Willingale
 
 
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Edith Willingale and Arthur Andrews
Edith Willingale and Arthur Andrews
Wedding day. 
 
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Edward Elphick
Edward Elphick
 
 
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Edward Frederick John Willingale and a newspaper reporter
Edward Frederick John Willingale and a newspaper reporter
Taken from the Pathe newsreel covering the search for his son's body in the Grand Union Canal in 1953. 
 
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Edward John Willingale
Edward John Willingale
 
 
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Edward Thomas Willingale
Edward Thomas Willingale
 
 
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Edward Willingale
Edward Willingale
 
 
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Edwin John Young
Edwin John Young
 
 
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Eleanor Jessie Willingale
Eleanor Jessie Willingale
 
 
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Eliza Hawkins
Eliza Hawkins
 
 
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Eliza White
Eliza White
 
 
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Elizabeth Ada Schultz
Elizabeth Ada Schultz
 
 
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Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale
Elizabeth Sarah Ann Willingale
 
 
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Elizabeth Waller, Elizabeth Willingale, George Willingale
Elizabeth Waller, Elizabeth Willingale, George Willingale
This photo was for a time attributed to jane Willingale (http://www.willingale.org/tng/getperson.php?personID=I0391&tree=01). Keith's article in the July 2012 Journal shows its true provenance. 
 
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Elizabeth Willingale nee Russell with 2 unidentified children
Elizabeth Willingale nee Russell with 2 unidentified children
 
 
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Ellen Duce
Ellen Duce
 
 
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Elsie Willingale
Elsie Willingale
 
 
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Emily Beatrice Chipperfield nee Moorcroft with Grace
Emily Beatrice Chipperfield nee Moorcroft with Grace
 
 
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Emily Harriet Twilley nee Willingale
Emily Harriet Twilley nee Willingale
 
 
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Emily Moorcroft
Emily Moorcroft
 
 
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Emma (known as Emily) Susan Twilley
Emma (known as Emily) Susan Twilley
 
 
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Esther Benn
Esther Benn
 
 

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