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The rain had begun on mid day Saturday June 13th, continued all through Sunday and on into Monday the 15th.
By leaving off time at the factory at 6pm on Monday 15th June, workers could not get home to Withersfield Road.
There was much company housing, several non-conformist churches, a fine Town Hall (given to the community by the Gurteen family), a local newspaper and two railway stations, Haverhill South on the Colne Valley line, and Haverhill North on the Stour Valley line.
Domestic architecture included a block of twelve houses known as Weaver's Row each of which had three storeys, the middle one containing the loom.
Gurteen to commemorate Queen Victoria's diamond Jubilee.
Their silk factory at Hamlet Green was later closed.
Houses were tightly crowded together as this view from St Mary's church tower in 1900 shows.
The German navy had sent 11 Zeppelin airships and the army sent 3 more. One of the army Zeppelins, the LZ90, then attacked Haverhill.
In 1916 the Government declared that the road from Bury St Edmunds to Haverhill was "of military importance".
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