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Kings Newnham Tower
This tower still stands looking rather forlorn (though it appears to be in a better state than it was in 1900). It was originally attached to the handsome church of ...
Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Celebrations
HM Queen Elizabeth II has just become the longest serving monarch of Great Britain, passing the record previously set by Queen Victoria who reigned for over 63 years and seven ...
A Christmas Card With a King's Newnham and Church Lawford Link, 1868
As the festive feeling rolls around again this year, we thought it fitting to offer you something full of seasonal goodwill. It is one of the oldest Christmas cards that we ...
The Townsend Family of Kings Newnham and Church Lawford – Part Three
Whilst part one set the scene for the Townsend family and part two explored some of the male family members, this section explores the women in the family. Grannie Ann Townsend For ...
The Townsend Family of Kings Newnham and Church Lawford - Part Two
In part one, I introduced the Townsends, setting a little context for the family and the collection of their records now held at Warwickshire County Record Office. In this section, ...
The Townsend Family of Kings Newnham and Church Lawford - Part One
‘The neat little village of Church Lawford, with its equally pleasant tributary, Kings Newnham, are most favoured localities, and the inhabitants of those rural places ought to be, and no ...
King's Newnham Mill Around 1900
I could find no sign of a mill here in the Domesday book. Trade directories show John Brierley as an active water miller here in 1924 but milling had ceased ...
King's Newnham Baths around 1900
This cottage was known as ‘The Wells’ for many years, and was built on the site of medicinal springs. The baths consisted of three Mineral Springs of milky colour, diuretic ...
If you are looking for a new hobby to take up in this New Year, why not give knitting a try? Here are a couple of patterns to get you started! Taken ...
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