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STEDHAM & IPING, SUSSEX
 

 
Rother Stedham
The Street
1906
 
postcard
donated :- Karlla White collection
 
 
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Stedham Stedham
Cottages
These cottages caught fire & were rebuilt - see below
 
postcard
donated :- Michael Stacey
 
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Stedham Stedham
Box Tree Cottages
as above
Note, The, long gone, shop, Newmans,
to the right of the photo.
 
photograph
donated :- Michael Stacey
 
 
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Photo & text donated by- Michael Stacey - see below

These cottages were badly damaged in a fire and were rebuilt by my fathers' elder brother Fred, for their widowed Mother to move into around 1936. They then became known as 'Box Tree Cottages'. My Grandmother lived there until she died around 1945. Her elder daughter, Min, who had tended her through a long illness, stayed in the cottage until she died at the age of 99.
Around the 1960's my Aunt Ada and husband George, moving from Ipswich, took over the cottage next door. So the sisters Min and Ada were now back together after many years.
Note, The, long gone, shop, Newmans, to the right of the photo. - - - The owner, Vic Newman, in the Midhurst Amateur Band
both sisters are here in 1960s church choir
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Stedham Stedham
The Street & Newmans shop
c.1920
opposite direction to above photos
 
postcard - posted Midhurst 1922
Anderson collection
 
 
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Stedham Stedham
The Street & Newmans shop
c.1918-20
 
postcard - posted Stedham 1923
Anderson collection
 
 
 
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Stedham Stedham
The New Inn & Newmans shop
c.1905-10
 
postcard unused
in house archive 12
 
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