A Farming Family in Thundersley, Hadleigh & Faraway Places
Until the creation of railway network during the latter part of the nineteenth century, southeast Essex was a rural backwater. Nevertheless given its strategic location overlooking the River Thames, the maritime trade route to London, southeast Essex was destined to fall prey to commercial enterprise and industrial progress.
This book tells the story of the Harvey family born into an age before the internal combustion engine and when Essex was a largely rural agricultural economy.
Thoroughly researched by Vivienne Salmon the great granddaughter of the patriarch Stephen Harvey, the book is brought to life with over 150 colour, black and white illustrations and maps.
96 pages, 270mm x 190mm
Please note all purchases are made through
Andrew Summers trading as Essex Hundred Publications
£12.00 includes postage to ANY UK address.
PLEASE NOTE FOR DESTINATIONS OUTSIDE THE UK
VISIT IN FIRST INSTANCE link below,
and LOOK FOR THE HARVEYS LOCATED TOWARDS
THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE (N0 7)
For shipments outside the UK please e-mail
pub@essex100 for shipment price.