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Picture No:223
Courtesy of:Michael Doust
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Jack Doust late 1960's

The Harbourmaster and RX191
Picture Added on 14 February 2007.


I'm sure this boat was owned by a fisherman by the nickname of "Greensleeves" and the boat "Anne Christine" may have been named after his daughters and it may have been painted green !
Added by Dave Pepper on 28 June 2008.
The Anne Christiane was owned by my father Roy Philpot and was named after my sister and I. Amazing to see it after all these years. I used to write out the labels for the fish boxes as a child!
Added by Christiane Brook on 14 October 2018.
Hi Christiane do you have any photos of your Dad or any of his boats? John Redman told me he first went to sea with your Dad as a 15 year old in the late 1960's
Added by Dave Pepper on 26 December 2018.
Hi Michael Doust I am a distant relative of yours, my great grand father was Alfred Doust the artist. My grandmother was the daughter of the fish monger in St Ives Huntington, who was related to Jack and yourself.
Added by Mrs D leafe on 02 September 2021.
My dad, Reg Stenning (from Brighton) was Alf Redman's cousin and John and Steven Redman were( are?) my second cousins. I have such happy memories of times spent in Rye in the late 60s, early 70s. Holidays at Frenchman's Creek Caravan Park and Pontin's at Camber Sands.
Alf and Daphne had a fish and chip shop but I can't remember the name of it

Added by Patsy Sweeney on 29 January 2023.

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