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Caption for Barking Tye, 1934: This looks like Sunday morning, with people either returning from the church or heading towards the chapel on the Tye. Walnut Tree is on the right, with Wayside and Apple Tree Cottage on the left. Land here was owned by the Quaker Philip Butler, Secretary of the Suffolk Tithe Payers' Association, which helped to bring about the abolition of tithes in 1936.

Memories of Barking Tye

My father Eric Welham is still living in Barking Tye and will be 90 this year. A 'Shepherd's Hut' which was originally from a farm on Barking Tye around the early 1900s was bought by my Grandad Welham and he moved it across the tye to 'Mill Cottage' along the top of Barking Tye. It was then moved again across the Tye (...Read full memory)

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