Memories of Appledore

The Postie

The postman was our great grandad, don't know his first name (I'll find out), but he was of the Fisher family. I believe the small girl is the mother of a friend of ours, Mary Rogers- will have to ask her maiden name. Rachel Anstis

A memory of Appledore by Rachel Anstis

Meeting Street

I have a copy of the Meeting Street photo as the girl standing in the road (with the black sleeve) is my Grandmother SARAH POWE (nee Lesley). The family house was at 29 Meeting Street just out of view. Grandmother also ran the BELL INN in Appledore for a number of years and on retirement moved back into Number 29. Sarah and ...Read full memory

Meeting Street

looking at the picture of appledore my father in law was born in number 20 in 1907 his name was frederick cyril hobbs his father was fred hobbs and his mother was mabel (hooper) we visited last year what a lovely place our family has a lot of history in the town we carnt wait to return

A memory of Appledore by Susan Hobbs

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