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

 
Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1890s-1905
 
postcard used 1909
in house archive4
 
ref- 618
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Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1890s-1900
 
postcard posted 1909
in house archive4
 
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Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1920s
 
postcard
in house archive4
 
ref- 621
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Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1930s
 
postcard
in house archive4
 
ref- 645
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Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1950s
 
postcard
in house archive4
 
ref- 647
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Felpham
Felpham Road
c.1910-12
see above images
 
postcard
donated: no name provided
ref- 612
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Felpham Felpham
Village
c.1900
 
postcard
In house archive 12
 
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ref- 650
 

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Felpham Felpham
Village
c.early 1920s
 
postcard unused
contributed: Karlla White, Bognor
 
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ref- 651

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Felpham
Village
c.1930s
 
postcard unused
contributed: Anderson collection
ref- 649
 
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Felpham

Bognor area Index
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1947 OS Map

Felpham is mentioned in the Domesday Book and existed long before Bognor.
It is a village and civil parish in its own right with a population of 9,611 in 2001.
William Blake lived in Felpham for 3 years, writing his epic poem 'Milton' in Felpham.
The poem contains his famous words about 'England's green and pleasant land', today known as the anthem 'Jerusalem', which were inspired by his pleasure in the countryside of Felpham. The cottage where he lived lies within the original village, close to 'The Fox' public house.
 


Clergy at Felpham, 1309-1982
 
Edmund Etherington
Edmund Etherington
The Felpham Blacksmith
for 40 years,
 

 
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