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Stedham Stedham
looking from bridge towards church
scan of framed print
Anderson Collection
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Stedham Stedham
corner of Mill Lane
posted :- Midhurst 14 April 1907
contributed :- Karlla White collection
enlargement pending
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Stedham Stedham
postcard used 1904
in house archive 12
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Stedham Stedham
Mill Lane
postcard used 1911
in house archive 12
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Stedham Stedham
Mill Lane
looking towards church
postcard used 1911
in house archive 12
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Stedham Stedham
Rectory c.1900-03

postcard unused
with thanks- Rev. Jason Symes, Ohio
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St. James photo gallery 2006-07
St. James Info

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