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26 January 2015
Email from Terry Skelton
Camping in Heyshott c.1960
In the years around 1960 on Bank Holiday weekends, along with another young married couple we used to camp in a simple tent up on the Downs above a farm that was worked by a relative of the man from the other couple. The Farmer supplied our milk and water, and the copse adjoining where we used to camp, supplied fuel for our cooking fire.
I was wondering if there are any Miles living still in Heyshott, that can trace their roots back to the early 1800s. My family name is Miles and they all came from this area.
Vanessa Hillman (nee Miles)
Miles Family index
Vanessa's Blogspot for Miles Family
Miles Family Headstones at Heyshott
A Summers Day.....
This card was discovered recently for sale. The hard to read title is 'A Summers day..Heyshott'. Can anyone identify the spot or shed any info...?
Car fire, Mill Lane
Heyshott 17 Aug 2007
Car fire, Mill Lane
Heyshott 16 May 2008
Did anyone know or know of Henry (Harry) Pledge
born in Heyshott ?
Back from the common, Heyshott Sussex
Henry Herbert La Thangue 1859-1929
Based at Graffham - click here for more details
The Old Fashioned Way
2006 & 2007
Manor Farm, Heyshott
click image for photos
POPPY DAY APPEAL 2010
Tom Eden, Heyshott's local organiser, is very grateful for the generous response to the door to door collection in Heyshott which raised a total of £445. @Nov.2010
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