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Only just found this album - thanks to Nov 2015 newsletter.
I am grateful for your hard work.
Now, if only I could find some photos of Hackwood Lane.
Hi Dave, I am afraid I do not have a single picture of Hackwood Lane. As you can appreciate it would be good to get some but as you can tell from the houses in Hackwood Lane they are relatively new. Have you looked closely at the Portsmouth Map which shows the route of Hackwood Lane in the 1780's?
Excellent job, Paul! What an incredible archive - so many facets of such a small community. We should be proud of the integrated social structure we have in this village when so many people in the UK don't even know their next door neighbours after living alongside them for years.
Very well done, my friend.
The wedding photo is of my grandparents Charles Henry Scutter and Olive Maria Bone. Olive's parents William and Selina Bone (nee Phillips) lived in the thatched cottage next door to the Jolly Farmers. Charlie and Olive had two daughters who lived with their grandparents in Cliddesden for a while - Mare (who attended the local school) and Enid Hazel (my Mum). Mare died earlier this year (2011).