Gravelroots click for
Aldwick
page 1
main index click for
Vintage Trail
index
The Vintage Trail
Sussex, England

Aldwick
page ref 194_52


ALDWICK, SUSSEX
 

 
Aldwick
Ship Inn
c.1892 -94
Thomas Morris, publican
 
scan of framed print
donated- Mrs G Seeley
 
 
enlarge
nextref- sx280

 
Aldwick
Ship Inn
c.1906-09
Edward Miller, publican
 
photograph & postcard
[archived postcard dated 1909]
in house
 
 
enlarge
nextref- sx373

 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn
 
cart reads Best Bread Only
 
postcard
 
 
enlarge
nextref- sx276

 
Aldwick
c.1903-06
same as below image
 
postcard dated 1906
in house
 
enlargements
nextref- sx274

 
Aldwick
c1902-07
same as above image
 
postcards x2 archived
donated- Mrs G Seeley
& in house both dated 1907
 
enlarge
nextref- sx451

 
Aldwick
c1904
same as above image
 
scan of print from photograph
with thanks- Lois Smith 2015
Re the late J. Howard Smith of Felpham
 
enlarge
nextref- 474

 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn
C.1930s
 
postcard
in house
 
enlarge
nextref- 462

 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn
C.1940s
 
postcard
in house
 
enlarge
nextref- 461

 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn
c.1960
 
 
postcard dated 1961
in house
 
 
enlargement

next

ref- sx452

 
Aldwick
The Village & Ship Inn
c.1962-63
 
 
postcard used 1963
Anderson collection
 
 
enlargement

next

ref- 473

 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn2008 photos
c.1965
 
 
postcard
in house
 
 
enlarge

next

ref- sx277

 
Aldwick
Bay Court Hotel
c.1962-64
 
postcard, posted Bognor 1964
in house
 
ref- sx440
enlarge

next


 
Aldwick
Dark Lane
Paradise house Fire
1909
 
postcards x2
in house archive8
 
entitled -
The Paradise near Bognor after the fire
 
enlarge & info
ref-179

next


 
Aldwick
Dark Lane
Paradise house Fire
1909
 
postcards x2
in house archive8
 
entitled -
The Paradise near Bognor after the fire
 
enlarge & info
ref-328

next

index first in this set - previous page next page


 
 
Aldwick
The Ship Inn

The building is thought to be around 200 years old, records of its use as an ale-house first appear in the 1841 census. It is rumoured that there was a tunnel from the inn to the coast which was used by local smugglers, but never been found. Originally there was stabling for horses. It was modernised c.1930.
Publicans listed in Post Office directories include -
1859 G. Cooper
1866 G. Cooper
1878 Fredk. Holkham
1890 Thomas Morris
1899 Thomas Morris
1905 Edward Miller
1915 Edward Miller
 


 

 
Why do we show adverts?
How is the site funded?
Support us

you are at Aldwick on the UK Vintage Trail - Sussex - - page ref :- 194_52

The Vintage Trail is part of Gravelroots based at Fernhurst on the Sussex, Surrey & Hampshire border.
Information and images are updated throughout this site on a constant daily basis. If you regularly use or
have visited these pages previously remember to refresh the pages for any new entries...Refresh page.
If you are searching for specific information and unable to find it, or you see errors, please let us know.
 

 
 
IMAGES

Many of the images shown on our pages are often available to print etc. from downloads.
click for information.
Our offline archives are very extensive, if you are here searching for a specific image, eMail us.


Todays photos, observations and news are tomorrows history, be part of it.
You can add photos, documents or information to these pages, or start a new one.
Simply e-mail your material to us & share it with everyone. Your material can be credited to you.
 
A short selection of links to a few of the many other pages from Gravelroots
The Vintage Trail | The Rother Valley Trail | Churches | Venue - Gigs and live music | Pubs & Hotels | Emergency Services archive | more
Rother Valley Modern Communities
Chithurst | Cocking | Didling | Duncton | Easebourne | East Lavington | Fernhurst | Fittleworth | Graffham
Harting | Heyshott | Iping | Lickfold | Linch | Lodsworth | Lurgashall | Midhurst | Milland | Northchapel | Nyewood
Petworth | Rogate | Selham | South Ambersham | Stedham | Sutton | Tillington | Trotton | Upperton
 
This page is part of Gravelroots
Searching for something specific, use the indexes
This site is best viewed full screen, F11, in 1024 x 768 or higher
WaterAids vision is of a world where everyone has access to safe water and sanitation
 
Why do we show adverts, how is the site funded? - Support us
area homepage
copyright information
page top
 
main index
 
Knowledge talks, Wisdom listens
 
 
 
 
 

Fight SpamValid CSS
page protected by copy sentry