The men below are (clockwise from upper left) Tom Morris, Herbert Downing, James Miller Ward, Jack Butcher, Walter Ward, Jack Easter, and Charles Crisp. They were the crew the Aldeburgh Lifeboat, and all lost on December 7, 1899 when their boat capsized shortly after launch. James and Walter were brothers. The BBC made this composite from family photos. R.I.P.
Below is Second Coxswain Charlie Mann of the Aldeburgh Lifeboat crew from the 1909.
Although his photo has been handed down, I wasn't able to find out any stories about his work,
other than that he was a successful fisherman when not saving lives.
And the work goes on today. This is "Karl" who followed Charlie Mann
in a long line of Aldeburgh Second Coxwains 110 years on. Keep safe, Karl!