|The Rother Valley
West Sussex, England
archived page 20
|Vintage trail | Rother valley trail | photo galleries | local travel | Venue | pubs | churches | headstones | emergency services archive | old railways | contact us | more|
Roman silver coins found in Petworth
A hoard of 103 silver Roman coins was found buried at Keyfox Farm near Petworth on 24 November 2008.
346 High Street, Petworth - 01798 342100
click to visit their website for opening times, prices & information
click to see photos of museum in Petworth Photo Gallery
It’s not really a museum. It’s a house
that has been restored, redecorated,
furnished and equipped as if it were 1910.
Mrs. Mary Cummings was the tenant from 1901 to 1930.
Mary came to Petworth when her husband, Michael Thomas, left the army. He had been a Farrier Sgt. Major and came to work as a farrier on the Leconfield Estate. Their home is an example of what Lord Leconfield, provided for his workers in 1910.
in the book by Simon Jenkins
The Vintage Trail is part of Gravelroots based at Fernhurst on the Sussex, Surrey & Hampshire border.
Information and images are updated throughout this site on a constant daily basis. If you regularly use or
have visited these pages previously remember to refresh the pages for any new entries...Refresh page.
If you are searching for specific information and unable to find it, or you see errors, please let us know.
|This page is part of Gravelroots
Searching for something specific, use the indexes
This site is best viewed full screen, F11, in 1024 x 768 or higher