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St Margarets, Fernhurst
Sussex
Fernhurst
A collection of old Fernhurst photographs
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Crossroads
c.1900
 
postcard
in house
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Crossroads
c.1933-35
 
postcard dated May 1935
in house archive 4
 
enlargement
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Crossroads
c.1936-38
 
postcard used Sep 1938
in house archive 5
 
enlargements & compare 2015
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Haslemere Road
Crossroads
 
 
postcard
posted- Petworth, May 1947 [9]
donated- Karlla White
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Midhurst Road
WJ Chase
 
postcard undated
in house archive 4
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Haslemere Road
Spread Eagle Inn
 
This is the original pub, demolished
further pub built nearer crossroads given same name
 
copy of framed print
courtesy J & P Savage
copy of original archived postcard
used Nov.1914 see back
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
St. Margarets Church
c.1908-10
 
postcard
corner plus all right side missing
 
 
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
St. Margarets Church
 
postcard
archive6
 
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
St. Margarets Church
c.1960s
 
photograph
contributed- June Ramsay
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Church & Vicarage
 
postcard
postally used 1928
 
donated- Patrick Kavanagh, Midhurst
 
 
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Fernhurst Fernhurst
Church interior
c. pre 1914
 
postcard
in house archive4
 
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