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Bosham
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Bosham
A collection of old Bosham photographs
Part of the Gravelroots UK Vintage Trail

Bosham -
 
Bosham Gallery
Parish council
Holy Trinity church
Anchor Bleu pub
Bosham Association
 
James Charles, Artist, 1851-1906
Henry Sexton 1749
 

 
old Bosham Bosham
The Quay
c.1900-04
 
postcards x3 archived
used June 1905 & Sep 1911
contributed- Anderson collection & Bosham Gallery
 
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old Bosham Bosham
Across the harbour
c.1904-06
 
postcards, 2 archived
earliest shown, posted 04 Feb. 1906
contributors-
in house archive3 &
Bosham Gallery Collection
 
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View village from across harbour, 2005
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old Bosham Bosham
Waterfront
c.1897 - 1904
 
postcards x 3 archived - earliest dated 2 May 1904
in house archive6 &
The Bosham Gallery Collection
 
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old Bosham creek
Bosham
Near the Creek
c.1900
 
scan of print from postcard dated 1904
archive2
 
 
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old Bosham creek
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Bosham
The Creek
c.1919-22
postcard dated 1924
courtesy- The Bosham Gallery Collection
 
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old Bosham creek
Bosham
The Creek
 
postcard
courtesy- The Bosham Gallery Collection
 
 
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old Bosham creek
Bosham
The Creek
 
postcard
courtesy- The Bosham Gallery Collection
 
 
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old Bosham creek
Bosham
The Creek
 
postcard
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old Bosham Bosham
Quay Cottages
 
postcards x 2 archived - undated
in house archive3 &
The Bosham Gallery Collection
 
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Bosham


The village site at Old Bosham has been occupied since the time of the Romans, who had also brought fresh water to the village in the form of a Mill Stream.
 
King Canute had a palace at Bosham and legend has it that this is the place were he "commanded the tide to go back", so as to demonstrate the limits of a Kings power over nature.
It is also thought that the village was were one of his daughters drowned.
 
James Charles, Artist, 1851-1906
....after the summer of 1890..he moved with his family to Bosham.
 


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