Old Photographs of Great Baddow

This is a photograph taken at the Cricket Ground adjoining Baddow House, Great Baddow in 1892.

The team are as follows:
First Row:     
F.Blanks, John Wilson, Wilson (Snr), William Lawes
Second Row:
T. Stock, W.Newman, J.Bush, E.Sharke, Avery, Brewster, S.H.Sharman, Tommy O'Linn, T.Ruffell
Third Row:
Dennis, Jack King, William Simmons, R.Terry, John Ockendon, Frederick Linn, Petter Hills, Charles Gowers
Fourth Row:
Stevenson, Charles Pixley, Coachman at Baddow Park, Pixley (Snr), Jimmy Linn, George Carter

Great Baddow Brass Band, 1906. Standing on the extreme right of the photograph is a Mr Shorter who was landlord of the Kings Head pub in Maldon Road, Great Baddow. Band practice was held at the pub.

 Great Baddow Carnival 1945

Great Baddow Carnival 1945 (marching past St Mary's Church)

 Henry Ambrose and Ted Jarvis at the Great Baddow Carnival 1945

High Street, Great Baddow

Junction of Vicarage Lane/High Steet where the village sign is situated.

Junction of High Street/Bell Street

High Street, Great Baddow (the house on the right is now a childrens day care centre)

A flood in September 1958 caused widespread damage in Great Baddow including at the bakery.

Well House, High Street, Great Baddow was demolished in July 1961. It dated back to 1675.

Junction of Vicarage Lane/High Street (White Horse pub on the left)

Kings Head pub, Maldon Road, Great Baddow