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( HOME COTTAGE )
Heyshott, West Sussex.
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Image donated by Paul Anderson, Daytona, Florida, USA
taken from a postcard dated 1904, titled 'Thatched Cottages, Heyshott, Sussex'
These 2 cottages originally occupied the land opposite Upper Cranmore and adjacent to the road leading into Down Close.
The building to the right was called Carpenters Cottage with a family called Carpenter living there. Demolished probably
in the 1920s. The gate led into a field where Down Close is now. Boundary of the cottage was the hedge.
The building to the left was possibly known as Home Cottage. demolished approx. 1948/50.
Information generously supplied by:-
Pam Hadley, John Murray, Ros & Chris Clayton of Heyshott.
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