Pirbright, Admirals Walk c.1965

Pirbright, Admirals Walk c.1965

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Memories of Pirbright

Admirals Walk''S Legend

My mother lived in Admirals Walk during the Second World War. Her father was a Spanish official posted in London who hired the property to spare his family the bombing raids ...Read full memory

A memory of Pirbright by Angel Vazquez

Baker Family History

Early ancestry of John Baker and Cathrine Ockley Baker from Worplesdon was in Pirbright. John Baker's father, another John Baker, was married and lived in Pirbright in the 1570-1590 period.

A memory of Pirbright by Robert Baker

The Bullen Family In Pirbright

Research has shown that Pirbright was the home for many of my relatives. Edwin Bullen and his wife Sarah resided at White Acre Cottage and 29 Railway Junction was the ...Read full memory

A memory of Pirbright by Colin Bullen

Barred

I remember my dad taking me to the White Hart Pub in Pirbright in the sixties, dad took great delight in telling me that it was the only pub he was ever barred from whilst a young Guardsman at the nearby Guards Depot in Pirbright.

A memory of Pirbright by Ian Whyte

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