The Eagle Cycling and Social Club, Charlton

Fred, Tom, Kitty, Ken, Jim, Pete, Frank, Derek, Margaret Whitehead – Brasted Cudham about 1942

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Known members:

  • Tom Brown, founder
  • John George Green, my father, lived in Charlton
  • Margaret Helen Green, my mother, lived in Greenwich
  • Edward Sydney (Ted) Poole of Aldeburgh Street, Greenwich
  • Irene Miriam Taylor (Rene), became Ted’s wife
  • Winifred Farmer
  • Stanley Boxall
  • Frank Thomas
  • Fred
  • Kitty
  • Ken
  • Jack
  • Jim
  • Pete, perhaps Peter Hearn who served in the forces and was ‘out at sea’ in 1945 einladungskarten 80 geburtstag kostenlos downloaden.
  • Derek
  • Les, joined the Navy
  • Len, joined the Navy
  • Bill Colman and his wife/girlfriend Phyllis
  • Chris Doyle and perhaps her sister Jean.
  • Doris
  • Dot
  • Marion
  • Bunny
  • Ritchie
  • Maurice Davies, joined the Army
  • Don Threadgold
  • Wally (probably Peter Holmes)
  • Eric Dobson, who lived in Kemsing Road, in Greenwich
  • Eric Tull
  • Bob Hollis, possibly lived at a greengrocers near to the top of Blackwall Lane and opposite St Alphege’s Hospital – perhaps the same Bob who joined the RAF.
  • Sammy
  • Eddie Silcocks, later married Rose Davies, son Roland.
  • Tom Keywood (probably a member) later married a divorced woman, and separated from her afterwards.
  • Eileen Ling, was engaged to a Jimmy who went to New Zealand, but later met a Steward and married him instead.
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2 thoughts on “The Eagle Cycling and Social Club, Charlton

  1. So lovely to see a photo of my dad, Ted Poole on an outing to Hindhead! This was before he met my mum.
    Thank you Sheridan

  2. Thank you! No doubt you have by now heard of the amazing coincidence and the other photos I have sent to the family. I’m so glad to have made contact!

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