Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

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Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

Postby billbo1029 » Tue Jan 27, 2009 6:44 pm

Hi

My wife and I honeymooned on Canvey Island in June 1952. We stayed in a bungalow owned by Mr and Mrs Storey, who has a middle aged son called Fred. As was the nature at the time, and me being only 23, I only referred to my elders as Mr and Mrs. I am trying to trace the location of the bungalow, in order to revisit if this property still exists.

I have a picture of the bungalow and one also of Mr and Mrs Storey, which I am happy to forward should this be of assistance.

Any information regarding this would be much appreciated
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Re: Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

Postby Dave Bullock » Tue Jan 27, 2009 7:16 pm

Hi - Welcome to the Forum!

You can post the Photo here on the forum, otherwise please email a copy to me at cca @ canveyisland.org

Good luck in your search

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Re: Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

Postby Dave Bullock » Wed Jan 28, 2009 6:47 pm

The pictures are on the Canvay Community Archive website here:-

http://www.canveyisland.org/page.aspx?id=316&path=
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Re: Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

Postby janp » Sat Oct 17, 2009 12:13 am

The bungalow, now demolished was at 25 Ratwick Drive. More details can be seen here

http://www.canveyisland.org/page_id__316.aspx
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Re: Honeymoon on Canvey in June 1952

Postby annenorthfield » Thu Nov 19, 2009 12:10 pm

Hello! Im the granddaughter of Harry & Alice Storey. I was born in that bungalow. It was demolished in 1973 and we moved not far away opposite the Jellico. My father, Fred, who died in 2005 aged 88, told me that the dog was called Patch.

Perhaps we can email each other. I'd love to hear your memories.

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