Uncle Froude Thomas and a fire engine

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Uncle Froude Thomas and a fire engine

Description

Photo 1 is a rugby team with Arthur Thomas' uncle rear row second from right.
Photo 2 is a fire engine, captioned 'in use in the Parish of Banwell 1610'.
Photo 3 is five men outside a tent. Two men are dressed as civilians and three are in army uniforms.

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Three b/w photographs on an album page

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PThomasAF20010011

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[Photograph]
1912. Uncle Froude rear row second from right. Local rugby club.

[Photograph]
A fire engine in use in the Parish of Banwell in 1610. The long hooks were used to pull thatch off cottage roofs & to pull burning hayricks apart.
Now in Taunton Museum.

[Photograph]
1918. Uncle Froude as a civilian attached to the Army on Salisbury Plain. (Unfit for Military Service). Companions unknown.

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“Uncle Froude Thomas and a fire engine,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 15, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22896.

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