Pirbright, Admirals Walk c.1965

Pirbright, Admirals Walk c.1965

Neg. P54057

Memories of Pirbright

Granny's House

This was the childhood home of my maternal grandmother - Louise Kate Leftwich - her father was the miller. She lived here until 1903 when she married George Barnes and came to settle in South Africa. Various members of the ...Read full memory

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 home of George and Charlotte Bullen. George ...Read full memory

A memory of Pirbright by Colin Bullen

Boxing Day Scramble

I was brought up in Pirbright Village and my father was into motorbikes. My brother was older than me and had a motorcycle 1st but when I was old enough I also got a motorcycle. For many years as a family we went to Fox ...Read full memory

A memory of Pirbright by Harry Henden

Swallow Cottage

William Stonard and Alice West lived in this house (called "Swallow Cottage"). They lived here from before 1901, through to William's death in 1935. William Stonard is my great-great-grandfather on my mother's side. Alice, his wife, was the village midwife.

A memory of Pirbright by Raymond Davey

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