7 February 1908: Died, the result of an accident, Arthur Cannon, of Northam Lodge, Morley Road, Lewisham (formerly of St Stephen’s Canterbury), aged 78

23 July 194-: Postcard to Mr R. Cannon, 32 Pretoria Road, Cambridge: Sat   Dear C   many thanks for letter received this morning. The weather is wonderful   have found a spot on the Terrace of Leas Cliff Hall where K can sit in the sun & I in the shade & coffee & chocolate biscuits are brought to us   There is a flower show this aft which we thought of going to. Am afraid E & M will have a hot journey   We had a letter from E this morning  he said it will take them 3 hrs   they leave at 2.45   Love Gladys’

4 September 1949: Postcard to Miss G. Cannon, 32 Pretoria Road, Chesterton: ‘Dear all, Thanks for your letter, hope Mum & Dad have improved a little. It’s another glorious day, warm but there’s a lovely breeze. We spent the afternoon on Meadfoot beach yesterday, a lovely little place. We hope to go for a trip round HMS Illustrious this morning, it has been in the harbour since Friday afternoon. Love Bennie & Cecil’

8 September 1949: Postcard to Miss G. Cannon, 32 Pretoria Road, Chesterton, Canbridge: ‘Thursday   Dear G, Thanks for all the news  We have had glorious weather. Hope to see you on Sat. We are leaving here on the 7-45 due in at Paddington 12-15 so should be in Cambridge fairly early. We are off to Brixham again this afternoon, as its such a pretty spot. At times it has been cool down here, though most days I’ve been in for a swim. We went to Babbercombe yesterday and listened to the Band. Love B & C’

c1950: Postcard to Mr & Mrs C. Cannon, 32, Pretoria Road, Cambridge: ‘Monday    Dear All, Had a lovely day yesterday, the weather was perfect until the evening when we had a storm, but we were in the Leas Cliff Hall listening to Tom Jenkins & the Palm Court Orchestra, so it did not matter, & we were only about a minute away from the Hotel. The food is very good & plenty of it. Today is dull & rather chilly, so we have had a busy morning round the shops, & have bought some lovely shoes for the winter, also some sandals for when the Sun shines. We are now listening to the band & prepared for any weather! Going to Dover tomorrow & have lunch with Mrs Gough. It seems too wonderful not having any work to do. Hope you are all O.K.  Love K & G.’

7 September 194-: Postcard to Miss K. Cannon, 32 Pretoria Road, Cambridge: ‘Bournemouth   Dear Kath, Have had a lovely week at Jersey & spending the second week at Bournemouth in Glamour girls for a week. Best wishes from F. G.’

15 April 1953: County court judgment against Eirwen Cannon, 31 Queens Road, New Tredegar, N.C.B. worker