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Everything that wasn't sold at the Smith and Warren stores was probably sold by Michael Griffith instead. His sign advertises 'Medicines, Cosmetics, Baby Requirements, Paints and Wallpapers, Garden Sundries, Veterinary Remedies, Stationery and Toys'. The shop and the building beside it have since been converted into a private house.

Other Memories from Ewyas Harold

Now living in Australia - Arriving back to visit relatives, a previous life time of my walk about ways seems so dream-like. Living at The Greig Farm above the Wier Farm (The Wier which had been in my family forever) was the best childhood that any child could have my freedom was so that I often climbed out of my bedroom window onto the pourch roof and went walk about.. Sometimes these walks took me to the fields ...see more

My paternal grandparents, Wright and Bertha Veall, lived in Ewyas Harold for many years at their small farm named, 'Woodside' situated on a hill about a mile from the village centre and just off the road to Rowlstone. To reach it, you crossed the narrow bridge facing the Temple Bar Inn, passing the Spracklings' house on the right and the Dales' cottage on the left, the last in a small row of ...see more

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