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A Tudor House Moved From Stretton to Milton Keynes
Rewind back to 1975, and we’d left the Parrott House story at a time when the building was under threat of demolition. The owners at the time have failed to ...
A Tudor House in Stretton Under Threat
The origins The house is known locally as the ‘Parrott House’ after its owner, Mr. Parrott. The Parrotts were one of the ‘traditional’ Stretton families. Anne Langley reports how John Green ...
Florence Rose and Lillie Richardson Squirrell - Warneford House Nursing Home
Florence Rose was the Rev. Squirrell’s eldest daughter, being born in Croydon in 1865. She was married to James Ward in 1893, when if the ages given on the census ...
Oken’s House Survey
Timber framed buildings are subject to many alterations over the centuries and Oken’s House is no exception. Nevertheless, there were fascinating survivals from the past uncovered by this survey. The findings A ...
Jessamine Victoria Bradley, Gower House School and the Loft Theatre
Jessamine Victoria Bradley was born in Derby on 25th May 1897. She was the daughter of William Edge Bradley, a clerk for the Midland Railway, and Louise Violet Squirrell, who ...
Warneford House: Tracing the Residents
At the time of its demolition the part of the property known as Warneford House had a postal address of 13, Forfield Place, Royal Leamington Spa. Although this part of the ...
Gower House: Tracing the Residents
Tracing the residents of the property from 1883 onwards has been fairly straightforward because from that year there are surviving street directories. While there are gaps in the series of ...
Gower House, Warneford House, Origins and Postcodes
Gower House and Warneford House were two separate residences that made up a large regency style property which, at the time of its demolition, stood on the corner of Forfield ...
Northgate House is now used for among other things, meeting rooms for the council. This wasn’t always the case however. The 1950s In the early 1950s, my father worked for local government ...
Cliffe Cottage Memories, Stratford
This was my auntie and uncle’s home. It was beside the river, on a plot with a boathouse, both accessed down a long track off Warwick Road. My uncle renovated/extended ...
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