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Memories of Droxford

Ongaonga School New Zealand is searching for information about Henry Hamilton Bridge. We believe he farmed 'Fairfield', Hawkes Bay, N.Z. from 1865-1901 when he returned to the U.K. to live in this house. Any information would be much appreciated.

My family first came to live in Studwell Lodge, which they bought from the Bruce family,  when my father retired from farming in Berkshire at the age of fifty five. It was then 1959 and I, as a  teenager, was overawed by the sheer size and space of the property. The village was very (...Read full memory)

Bill Miles was in the Meonstoke football team. I seem to remember an older Miles with a peg leg. I think Bill lives nearby still. Ask Ernie Styles who lives in Harvestgate Cottage, a Stocks Lane.

My Father was Arthur Harriott who owned Harriott Brothers Butchers Shop (which can be seen at the bottom left-hand corner of the picture) together with his Brother, Edward. We lived in "Old Sarum" which is the white house adjoining with my Mother, Molly and my Aunt Olive and Uncle Edward. One of my (...Read full memory)

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