- Mrs Rolls of Rotherhithe, London, keeps her eye on her little daughter Maureen while working in the hop fields. 12th September 1945
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Naval ships have many uses for casks and Albert Pearcey a 63 year old cooper of Rotherhithe, whose father and grandfather practised the craft is busy converting big wine casks into handy containers 1944.
kiwi wrote:Two Original post by Rene 2010 & 2011.
Here is a photograph taken from the roof of Peek Freans. Tower Bridge and St James Church can clearly be seen in the background. It is just a picture of my Dad with his workmates during their lunch hour. It must have been taken around late 1940's/early 1950's. Sorry, but I do not know any of the other people in the photograph.
PEEK FREAN, POST BY RENE..jpg
I recall someone writing in the old Forum about the ARP (Civil Defence) but have forgotten where it was on the site. The article reminded me that my father was in the ARP during World War II and I have attached a photograph of him with other members. I don't know which Bermondsey Branch of the ARP they represent or where the photograph was taken. Sitting next to my father is a woman who was my godmother (Grace Myers) and I think she was a Registrar of Births. I recall she had something to do with St Crispin's Church in Southwark Park Road. Unfortunately, I do not know the names of the other people in the photograph and time has taken its toll on the condition of the photograph.
Bermondsey,picture by Rene from old site..jpg
Not sure which one is Rene dad,maybe someone can tell us.
My Dad is the second on the right in the front row of the ARP photograph at the bottom of page 3.
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