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Born Whitely Lane - a Memory of Titchfield.

Dad was born on Whitely Lane, Titchfeild in 1934 and moved to Withybed Lane. I'm looking for photos or anyone who lived there or knew Mrs Lillian Bevis or Archer, kids names Norman Bevis, Ken Bevis and sisters. I'll be very gratful if you could ask your dads or grandparents, thanks, Mr Bevis.


A memory shared by Melvyn Bevis on Sep 18th, 2012. Send Melvyn Bevis a message

 Comments & Feedback

Sat Aug 5th 2017, at 2:16 pm
bvarilone commented:
My Grandpa, John Windebank, had strawberry fields in Whitely Lane and my maternal Grandpa, George Francis Sanders Rendle, had a small holding at Brickfield Coppice, just under the railway arch in Funtley Lane. In 1926 when I was born, we lived in aq little cottage at the top of Segensworth Road.

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