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Butchers Arms c1910-20's. Here we see Parsloe, then the landlord, with cycle and two of his sons. The cottage behind them has been since knocked down, replaced with a demolished rebuilt with a flat above and garage below. Photo probably by Frank Watts phot before moving to Stonesfield.
High Street Milton under Wychwood - George Baughan thought to be in front of present Cotham Cottage August 13th 1918. He was a Coal Merchant at Shiption Station. In 1900 he had a house The Shrubbery (now Cotswald) built at the corner of Frog Lane / Shipton Road. George appears in photos at Shipton Station.
Milton Junction of Shipton Road and Church Road and High Street, pre 1910. Note old streeet tap on right plus notice board with recreation ground regulations and gas bracket. Centre fir tree leading to name of Fir Tree Cottage
Milton Church Road from Post Office late 1910s. Postcard title is The Lyneham Road Milton under Wychwood. Note street tap, notice board, pipes and possible gas brackets
Milton Cottage in The Heath: with residents, the Barnes family in 1912
Milton club members 1913
Shipton bellringers about 1910. Harry Coombes on left back row. His second cousine, Ted Coombes is fourth from the left. He and Harry founded and ran United Woodworking, the largest of the tillyard operations in Shipton. Alf Miles is on Ted Coombes' left and his brother Harry Miles is front right. The bell captain is the blacksmith, George Bartlett who rang the bell for 50 years. He lived next to the Post Office in Church Street
Shipton Odd Fellows about 1910 in front of the Crown Inn
Front of Harman's Butchers. C1910. E.E.Bradley the manager also ran the Butcher's Arms. Previously butcher at Salisbury
Ascott under Wychwood. Photo captioned Ascott under Wychwood and Tysoe Branches Workmans Education Association - 1913
Ascott under Wychwood - cricket - Shipton Ladies circa 1913
Frog Lane Milton under Wychwood - looking towards Shipton Road, probably before 1910. Note the thatched houses on Shipton Road
Milton under Wychwood - The Green. Milton Cricket Club probably around 1910
Milton Church Road from the Post Office turn, with Little Hill Farmhouse on the left c.1910
Milton: The Bridge Church Road, with unknown woman c1910
Milton: Church Road The Heath - Mary Ann Barnes c1910
Milton: Lyneham Road cottages c.1910
Milton: Lyneham Road 1910
CofE Industrial School for Girls Shipton under Wychwood circa 1910
Princess Victoria visiting St Michael's Shipton under Wychwood, July 1911
Visit of HH Princess Victoria of Schleswig Holstein to St Michael's home Shipton under Wychwood, July 1911
Visit by HH Princess Victoria to St Michael's Home Shipton under Wychwood, July 1911
Visit by HH Princess Victoria to St Michael's Home Shipton under Wychwood, July 1911
The Garden Fete Bruern Abbey 1911
View of Shipton probably from site of Matthews Mill. On postcard posted to Mrs Bliss, The Manor, Chadlington on 31 December 1912. Postcard by Frank Watts of Milton Parsonage Farm with rick yard on right of Tithe Barn. School on right
Cyril Lane - then living at Wychwood House, Milton Road, Shipton under Wychwood. Date: pre WW1.
Mrs Dangerfield, wife of Mr Joseph J. Dangerfield. On the left is George Dangerfield; on the right, Lucy Dangerfield, poss three sisters, although one looks like Ethel. Photograph taken outside Lane End Farm. Date: 1st August 1913
Milton Club view Church Road from Post Office 1910
Barnes family group of Milton in 1910 Back row left to right: Mr B.,(?),(?),(?),Tom Croome, (?),Pat,(?) Len, Sara Curl, Jack, (?) Front row left to right: Jinnie, Granny,(?), Gus,Vi,Dot, Gramp Barnes, Nelklk Suiford with baby Sitting in front (?)
Barnes family group Milton 1916 Rear row left to right: Wilfred, Gramp, Evelyn, Gran, George Croome, Ivy Front row left to right: Bert, May, Georgie, Winnie
Barnes family of Milton. No other information given
Eric Mathews of the flour milling family 1914
Group of Flying Corp members in France during the First World War. The man on left of middle row is Kenneth Strong, son of John Strong who was Headmaster of Shipton School 1904-1925
John Strong on left, Headmaster of Shipton School from 1904 to 1925 supervising the digging of a trench by the First World War equivalent of the Home Guard. He was the eldest son of George Strong who was awarded the VC for outstanding bravery at the Battle of Sebastopol in 1855
Charles Dore in about 1910, an itinerant hurdlemaker going from farm to farm cutting ash and willow as required. He was also later, a carter for Roy Ridley in Milton. Grandfather of Harold Dore. Died aged 82
Entrance to Shipton from Station Hill. Simms postcard probably dating from the 1910s posted in Shipton in 1919. No poles apart from GWR telegraph. Dusty and rutted road with chickens in distance
Hay cart around 1910 possibly at Coldstone Farm Shipton
Hetty Puddle and Jo Hackling during WW 1
Geoffrey Rathbone and his mother around 1910
Ethel Maude Reynolds 1877-1918 spinster Lived in Norwood. Awarded the MBE daughter of William Ellis Reynolds 1836-1901
Keturah Reynolds 1846-1916 emigrated to NSW Australia 1862. Married John Barrie Daughter of Edward and Eva Reynolds
Muriel Scrivener (nee Rawlins). She was the aunt of John Rawlins and worked as a nurse at Bruern Abbey during the First World War. Her husband was Walter Scrivener
Fred Burrus of Frog Lane Milton
Bill Timms 1914
Chris Price, Harry and Will Harvey guarding Leafield Radio Station 1918
Leslie Longshaw as a young man born 1911 in London and brought up by grandparents in Shipton. Died London 1990
Milton under Wychwood - The Green - Milton FC 1910-11
Milton under Wychwood - The Green - Milton FC 1913-14 - Ted Wilks (white jersey), Jack Barnes(front row)
Milton under Wychwood - The Green. Milton Football Club prior to World War 1
Milton under Wychwood - The Green Milton football team pre WW 1
Milton under Wychwood - The Green - Milton FC 2nd XI 1920-21. Sam Groves sixth from right in back row
Milton under Wychwood - The Green - Milton Cricket Team 1912
Ascott under Wychwood - view from churchyard - grange at bottom - circa 1916
Ascott under Wychwood - Vicarage rear view looking NW from the fields by London Lane (lower storey on the house obscured by hedge) (W&J.P.) Circa 1916
Ascott under Wychwood school photo circa1912
Ascott under Wychwood Folk dance club 9. Taken from postcard which states Ascott fete Sep 14 1912 (or 1917?) - not clear as corner torn off. Stamp - halfpenny - with image of King George V
Swell flower show 4-8-20 (1920). Note- everyone in audience is wearing a hat. Note the policeman in back row!
Shipton Court Garden Fete 1915
Mission Church, Tin Tabernacle The church was built and first service held in 1907. The last service before demolition was held in 1972.There was a similar building in Shipton under Wychwood at Upper End. Date: c.1907-1920
Photograph; (possibly Albert Henman) at Lyneham Farm. Date: c. 1910s
Vicar of Church Westcote, The Reverend & Mrs Thomas, his family and servants. Date: August 1918
Members of Shipton Women's Guild in Dr Parson's Garden - presumably dressed for a production. Back row (LtoR): Mrs Harris, Mrs Dee, Jean Walker, May Steed, Ivy Timms, Chris Turner, Flossie Santers, Edith Hedges, Annie Phipps, Corona Coombs. Front row (LtoR): Annie Kimber, Edith Dale, Sabina Falkner, Daisy Reed, Louie Santers, Mrs Andrews, Dolly Slatter. Date: c.1918-1919
Dee family taken from the back of Shipton Stores. From L to R: William H. Lane (father), Mary Dee (grandma), Adeline S. Lane (mother), Ellen Dee, Arthur Lane. Seated front (LtoR): Cyril Lane, Ronald Lane. Date: pre 1914
Shipton Court: Shipton under Wychwood. View of The Residence from the South Lawn Date: 1913
Shipton Court: Shipton under Wychwood View of Coldstone Farm House Date: 1913
Shipton Court: Shipton under Wychwood. View of Grove Farm House. Date: 1913
Shipton Court: Shipton under Wychwood. View of the Court house from the gardens . Photo: possibly by Frank Packer of Chipping Norton. Date: not known.
A fair held in a field at Lower Farm, Upper Milton, Milton under Wychwood. Mrs Pearce is seated on the 'gallopers' - centre. Mrs Alf Pearce (nee Mabel Miles). Date: 1911
'Lovegrove', Upper Milton, Milton under Wychwood. A row of cottages now made into one cottage and occupied by the Richards family from 1930s to 1980s. Date: possibly c.1905
Milton under Wychwood Orchestra Back Row (L to R): '?', '?', '?', Lucy Groves, Gilber Wiblin, Ellis Groves, Bertha Groves. Front Row (L to R): Miss E. Slater, Mr Berridge, Daisy Groves (Mrs Wiblin) Date: c.1900-1910
Milton under Wychwood, an undocumented group, but some members of the Groves family included
The Stour Choral Union at the 18th Festival
Photograph of the Local Rechabites Group of Milton under Wychwood. (The Rechabites were a teetotal movement similar to the Temperance Movement.) Date: c.1910 Back L to R: Miss Slater, Mrs Wiblin (nee Groves, Mrs Slater, Mr & Mrs Willis, Mr Samuel Groves, Miss L. Groves, Rev'd and Mrs Davidson. Front L to R: Miss W. Slater, Miss E. Slater Mrs H. Day, Miss Groves.

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