Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
An account of the Longman family from Dorset or Somerset and connected families 'compiled in 1940, with some additions of a later date', 44 pages. A title page lists the families that are covered, several of which had Caribbean connections. There are seven inserted photographs on pages 42 and 43. It is not known how many copies of the account were made.
296 x 88 mm. A panoramic view looking across lawns towards the Bishop's Palace. Photograph presumably by Christy.
110 x 65 mm. Showing a man digging a trench beside a road. He has a car beside him laden with rocks.
A diary of time spent in Spain and Morocco (1933), the Channel Islands (1934), England (1934), Ireland (1935), Italy via Germany (1937), Lincolnshire and the Cotswolds (1939), Lynmouth (1940), Sussex (1941), Somerset (1942), the north of England and Wales (1943) and the Lake District (1944).
90 x 90 mm. Showing the fifteenth century tower, retained when the church was rebuilt.
90 x 90 mm. Showing Speke graves and the Manor Farm once occupied by the Hannings.
90 x 90 mm. The Speke residence near by on Ilminster Ashill Road. The house has been demolished.
90 x 90 mm. Another memorial is in the form of a stained glass window by O'Conner of London representing the finding of Moses. Below this are four bearded figures each holding a text. The significance of these is not clear; they are 'Unto us a child is born: There is hope in their end: Can these bones live: The ancient of days did sit.' The base of the window is inscribed: 'In memory of John Hanning Speke OBT Sept. 15th, 1864 AET 37, presented by his uncle John Lee Lee.'