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Kinglsey Marsh was renamed when the marsh was drained after WW1 and became Kingsley Green. This is the Midhurst to Haslemere road looking towards Haslemere. Somewhere on the right was the turnpike collectors home which was demolished some years before this picture was taken.

added yesterday my memories of growing up in Ferhurst go back to the 30's & 40's. I was born in one of the small cottages on the edge of the green in 1932 My parents were Victor and Harriet Larbey & I had 2 sisters Pat & Joan both older than me. Next door to us was man with the name as Joshua Bicknell and next door (...Read full memory)

This is a picture of Fernhurst crossroads looking towards Haslemere, up the hill. Vann Road is to the left and Church Road is to the right. The building on the right is the local Post Office and I believe the building with the Hovis notice was the local store. Further up the hill is a the Spread Eagle pub.