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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
c.1905 - 1908
 
postcard
Anderson collection
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
c.1905-08
 
postcard used 1908
Anderson collection
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
c.1945-50
 
postcard unused
In house archive 14
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
c.1955-58
 
postcard unused
In house archive 14
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
c.1890s
 
looking from opposite direction to above.
 
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In house archive 12
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
as above.
c.1902-04
 
 
postcards x2 archived
posted 1904
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Entrance to Cowdray Park
as above.
April 1938
 
photograph by Leslie Whitcomb
Whitcomb collection
 
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Easebourne Easebourne
Chestnut Avenue
c.1915
postcard, in house, ref- 343
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Easebourne


Pronounced "Ezborn", it is located half a mile from Midhurst, across the River Rother on the A272 and A286 roads. The parish church of St Mary is 13th century or earlier in origin.
Easebourne Priory was built for 10 Augustinian canonesses, founded before 1238 by the de Bohun family.
Budgenor Lodge, now converted into flats, was the Midhurst Union Workhouse which was opened in 1794 by a Gilbert Union.
 


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