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St Margaret's Village History
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Boats and Jim Atkins on St Margaret's Bay beach. 1906
Two small black and white photographs featuring two young boys and a man by a boat on St Margaret's Bay beach. Handwritten caption in the archive states: 'Gerald and Eric', 'Jim' looking over 'Ariel'. Reference to other ...
Coastguard Cottages and Atkins family St Margaret's Bay. 1865
Photograph of St Margaret's Bay foreshore c1865 looking West. The photograph is hand captioned 'Coastguard Cottages on the beach 1865', 'The Green Man 1864' and 'J Atkins grandfather'
Jim Atkins jun's boat and day trippers in the Bay. Late 1940s
Taken from the Gordon Denoon album with Gordon's notes. 'Young Jim' is the son of Jim Atkins, a well-known local fisherman.
Jim Atkins on St Margaret's beach. Undated
From the Gordon Denoon album a photograph of Jim Atkins (known to the Denoon family as "Old Jim"), a local fisherman, flanked by Gordon Denoon's father and his sister, Muriel. Jim's hut is in the immediate ...
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