Postcards from Maresfield in World War 1

Below are a set of postcards sent from Maresfield during World War 1 by Frederick George Read of 6th Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment).

 

Frederick was killed on 9 August 1917 when he was 21 years old. He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.

Maresfield Church

Maresfield Park entrance

Maresfield Park

The seat of Prince Munster

Maresfield Park

The seat of Prince Munster

This is a very nice little church - evidently very old. Gets crowded out every Sunday

This is the main entrance to the camp.

This was formerly the residence of a German Prince who cleared out about 2 days before the war. It is not far away from our office.

Another view of the house- It is now used as the Brigade office

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The Maresfield Conservation Group currently holds details of members in both physical and digital formats. These are kept secure and will not be shared with any other organisations, except the HMRC for Gift Aid purposes.

We use our members details predominantly to communicate with members. If you wish to know what information we hold and in what format please contact the MCG committee GDPR Officer, Rob Penfold at robpenfold248@gmail.com
We will be happy to share this information with you and fully explain it's purpose. If you wish to have your information and records removed we are happy to do this as well.

​Contact: Pat Palmer
Tel: 07770 745 519

Email: maresfieldconservation@gmail.com

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