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By 1915, the workforce had grown to nearly 300 and the company had built 120 houses.

Also Commandant at ECH) DU BUISSON, Miss Helen Mary (5.1918-9.1918.

Nurse & Trained Masseuse) DURANT, Miss Irene Mary (6 weeks.

Nurse) JOHNSON, Miss Constance Mary (12.6.1918-28.1.1919.

General Service work) JOHNSON, Miss Victoria (16.6.1918-11.1919.

Company of the Territorial Force, and several members of the Essex Yeomanry, under the command of the Commanding Officer, C.

from Halstead, , Gosfield and High Garrett (under Miss D. Dickinson), and about 20 men, of the Halstead and Earls Colne Detachment (under Messrs.

C., Colchester, carried out the inspection and complimented all on the efficiency and smartness displayed.”. Where a service card image appears, it is because that card is not available to view online:- ADAMS, Miss Isabel Mary (2.1915-11.1918.

If a British Red Cross card exists for a person, a link is displayed at an individual’s profile (dates in () refer to Earls Colne Red Cross Hospital service).

The Halstead Town Band, under the leadership of Mr.

Deacon, in a brief address, said he should have pleasure in forwarding an excellent report to the Earl of Warwick, both in respect to numbers and efficiency.

Initially, he had a workshop beside the Baptist Church but, as his work increased, his business became the well-known ‘Atlas Works’. Rueben, Robert’s son, took charge in 1855 and it became a company which exported all over the world.