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Victoria's photo album, the Clark edition from 1916 until the second world war.

Victoria's photo album, the Clark edition from 1916 until the second world war.

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  • Victoria’s Photo Album The Clark Edition The hand written descriptions above the photos are Victoria’s. Comments and information below photos have been added to assist in describing the photo and family history.
  • Mum & Dad’s Wedding 1916 The Wedding of Ernest Edward Clark and Agnes May Heading in Stanmore, Middlesex.
  • Fireman Dad Ernest Edward Clark Fireman of the London Fire Station Brigade View slide
  • My First Photo Victoria May Clark Born in 1917 and the first of seven children born to Ernest and Agnes Clark View slide
  • Westhorne Ave, Eltham The Clark Family Home
  • Dennis, Me, Joyce, Joan & Hazel at Westhorne Ave in 1931 Victoria with her brother and sisters at their home in Westhorne Ave, South London Victoria Dennis & Joyce Joan Hazel
  • A Teenager At 14 Years Victoria
  • Mum, Me & The Three Js The three Js are Joyce, Jean and Joan with their mother Agnes and Victoria at the rear.
  • Me, Dennis & Joyce at Allhallows in 1932 Allhallows, Rochester, Kent
  • Hazel & Joan 1932 Seaside scene not known?
  • My First Job In Service at Stanmore Hall At 15 Years Old Victoria in 1932 Stanmore Hall was a Mid 19 th Century Tudor Style House in Middlesex. Which is now apartment flats.
  • Hazel, Jean, Eric & Joan Westhorne Ave, Eltham, South London
  • Hazel, Eric & Me Westhorne Ave, Eltham, South London
  • Joyce & Me At Avery Hill College Avery Hill College, Greenwich which is now the University of Greenwich
  • Me Before The War Victoria possibly between 18 and 20 years old
  • Victoria between 18 and early 20s
  • 1935 Aunt Alice ‘sitting’ with Aunt Amie standing. Mum’s Sisters
  • Eric And Me On Osea Island 1939 Osea Island, Essex
  • Eric At Westhorne Ave, Eltham, South London
  • Mum and Hazel Agnes Clark with daughter Hazel
  • Grandma Heading, Aunt Lil, Dad and Mum Grandma Heading’s name was Hannah. Her maiden name isn’t known, but records show she was born in St Albans, Hertfordshire in 1865.
  • War Time September 1939. Sad dad, seeing our children away to a safe place in Harberford. Believe it to be Joyce looking back towards camera.
  • Visiting Joan, Hazel & Eric in Harberford, Devon
  • Me, Eric, Friend, Joan & Hazel at Harberford, Devon in 1941
  • Eric, Me, Joan, Friend & Hazel in Harberford, Devon
  • Mum & Aunt Ethel
  • Mum With Brother & Sisters Ethel, Amy, Lil, Jack, Agnes (Mum), Alice and Lizzie Agnes Clark (nee Heading) with her brother and sisters minus their sister Grace
  • Joan, Jean, Hazel, Irene, Daphne, Eva, Ethel, Irene’s Mum & My Mum
  • Joyce & Me
  • Dennis & Me Possibly at the Basin, Maldon, Essex
  • Daphne, me & Joyce Sunbathing
  • Joyce, Joan & Hazel
  • Mum and Aunt Alice Taken at a family wedding
  • Mum & Dad Agnes May (nee Heading) and Ernest Edward Clark