Gill Turner's estate is contained within the following 5 webpages. A 6th page containing her father Ralph Turner's burial records of St Mary's parish church in Henham is at Burials from 1930 to 1989.



1940 min of supply
1942 clothing card
1940 Ministry of Supply request for waste metal
1942 Clothing Card for Gill Turner
1953 1 rationing book
1953 2 rationing book
1953 Rationing Book 1 - Ration Books for Gill and Michael R. Turner
1953 Rationing Book 2 - Ration Books for Gill's parents May Turner and Ralph V. Turner
1957 fuel rationing
1957 fuel rationing 2
1957 fuel rationing application form
1957 fuel rationing coupons
Feb. 1940 - wartime delivery delays even at Harrods!

Property Owners War Risks Insurance Policy

wartime electricity price increase

1939 - wartime increase in electricity prices

The following is an advert to dispose of the land where Gill kept her horses. Fortunately for the village, the Maddox family at Bird's Farm have now purchased the site.

SOLD: Land at Sparley Lane Henham, Essex CM22 6AN

The land lies on the north western edge of the attractive and popular Essex village of Henham. Access is off Sparley Lane, off the public highway (Church Street) to the rear of The Cock pub.

The land extends to approximately 2.752 hectares (6.801 acres) and comprises an attractive parcel of gently sloping grassland. There is a small timber built stable range at the entrance to the land, which has three stables built on a concrete pad. There is a further (dilapidated) building, a ménage in the northern corner of the westernmost field and an area of woodland in the centre of the southern boundary

sparley lane 1 click HERE to see a view of the land
the red-edged area above has been saved from development