The Foxearth and District Local History Society

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For occasional articles, snippets and announcements by the Resident Historians. (Andrew Clarke and GH) These articles are presented in date order, but if you explore the back-catalogue, you may find much of interest. Historical information doesn't really go out of date! Any member of the F&DLHS may add an entry or make a comment to an existing entry once they have got their userID and password from the Webmaster.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2006

'Chummy' Catton and friends

Recently, a photograph of Sudbury sale yard in early fifties came to light. The old fellow in front staring at the implement is George (Chummy) Catton of Belchamp St Pauls. He was born in 1873. No-one we know can recognise any one but him. Please can anyone help identify the others?



Sudbury's Sale Yard in the 1950s

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