Canvey VillageCowell Family snaps from the 20's part 2 zoomBob Jennings at Fred Cook's FarmJoyce Cowell zoomBob Jenning's beehives in Village DriveJoyce Cowell zoomBob Jennings delivering milkJoyce Cowell zoomWell before the advent of tractors a horse-drawn haywainJoyce Cowell zoomBusy building a haystack with the hay brought by the haywain. A reminder of this is to be found in the name of the Haystack pub on the corner of Long Road and Furtherwick Road.Joyce CowellAuthor By Janet WaldenPage added 17/12/2014 Comments about this pageThe bee hives were originally owned by Walter Jennings. They came into Robert (Bob’s) possession when Walter passed away. The house behind the beehives was lived in by the Neven family. It is likely that the two children on the hay cart are Bob’s two eldest children. ( as related by John Pratt, son-in-law of Bob. John lived on Canvey Island from 1939-1964).By Sarah Pratt (24/01/2018) Add a comment about this pageYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Your comment:Name * Email * I consent to my name and e-mail address being stored along with this comment, and to the website editors communicating with me by e-mail about the comment if necessary. My name may be published alongside the comment on the website, but my e-mail address will not be published. My information will not be shared with any third party (see our Privacy Statement - opens in a new window). * Δ Village'Atomic Bomb Proof' Bungalows"The Hills"A desirable little residence.Abraham Bird and FamilyAn old postcard of the villageAnother Charming Canvey PostcardBarclays BankBill Cass' HorsesBlacksmith ShopCanvey VillageCanvey VillageCanvey VillageCanvey Village c1907Canvey Village looking WestCanvey Village PhotoCanvey Village PostcardCanvey Village Postcard dated 1923Demolishing Village ShopsDutch Cottage and King CanuteEarly village postcardEveryone SmileFire Wrecks Block of Island HistoryFrom the Grounds Of the King CanuteGarage on Canvey?Garden 1621 Dutch CottageHaven Road JunctionJunction Long and Haven RoadsKing Canute and Dutch CottageKing Canute PubListed Buildings Haven RoadMobil Garage in the village c1970sNew Canvey PostcardNew Picture of the VillageOdds and EndsOld Canvey MapsOld Canvey Photos c1904-6Old Dutch Houses On Canvey IslandOld Village PostcardPump and Dutch CottageSnowy Canvey AgainThe 1621 Dutch cottageThe Building of the PumpThe Changing VillageThe King CanuteThe Old Shops in the VillageThe Old VicarageThe Old Village HallThe Red CowThe Red Cow *Update*The Red Cow and Village PumpThe Saga of the CottageThe Vicarage through the agesThe Village c1925The Village in the SnowThe Village PumpThe Woods and Bone families of Canvey VillageThree Early Village PostcardsThree pictures of the Village StoresVillage Postoffice and PumpVillage PumpVillage pump and Red Cow InnVillage pump postcardVillage Pump PostcardVillage Shops 1978Woods Bakers and Cafe.Ye Old Village WellBeechcroft RoadCanvey Village and PumpCharfleets Industrial EstateSt Katherine's Church Share thisFacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin
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The bee hives were originally owned by Walter Jennings. They came into Robert (Bob’s) possession when Walter passed away. The house behind the beehives was lived in by the Neven family. It is likely that the two children on the hay cart are Bob’s two eldest children. ( as related by John Pratt, son-in-law of Bob. John lived on Canvey Island from 1939-1964).
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