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KNOCKHUNDRED ROW, MIDHURST, SUSSEX
 

 
Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Cottages
Knockhundred Row
c.1898-1900
 
postcard dated 1901
in house collection
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Cottages
Knockhundred Row
approx 1908 - 1910
 
postcards x2 archived
postmarked Midhurst 1910
in house archive 5
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Knockhundred Row
 
postcard
posted Petworth Aug 1912
in house collection
 
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Midhurst Working Mens Club
Knockhundred Row
 
postcards x2 undated
Dee & Mark 07
 
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WMC Midhurst Midhurst
Working Mens Club Interior
 
 
 
postcard
in house collection
 
 
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Knockhundred Row
c.1947-48
looking up Knockhundred Row from North Street
 
postcard posted 1951
in house collection
 
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Knockhundred Row
c.1945-47
looking up Knockhundred Row from North Street
 
postcard undated
in house collection
 
This photo shows white markings on walls and kerbs, re wartime blackout
 
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Knockhundred, Midhurst Midhurst
Knockhundred Row
York House
c.1908-10
 
 
postcard posted 1911
in house collection
 
This house can be seen in the photo above, left hand side of Knockhundred, it was later converted into shops
 
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Midhurst Library

Formerly four cottages, though actually one building. 16th century timber- framed building some timbers exposed. It was used as a Working Mens Club and in 1936 as a Girl's Club.
In WW2 this was a reception centre for city evacuees escaping the bombing. It became a canteen for the Midhurst Grammar school and a temporary library, then full time from 1946.
Library closed March 2014 moving to Grange.
Midhurst Library today
 


 

 
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Knockhundred Row

This peculiar name is said to come from the ability to raise 100 men to arms from knocking on the doors of this road
 


 
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