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The Mill 1901 Now absorbed into the expanding suburbs of Ashford to the south, this small village once boasted its own imposing windmill on the banks of the Great Stour.

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My family are Hopkins' from Wye. John and then his sister Sarah ran this pub during the 1850's to 1890's. Year/Publican or other Resident/Relationship to Head and or Occupation/Age/Where Born/Source. 1855/J Hopkins -Post Office Directory 1858/John Hopkins -Melvilles Directory 1862/John Hopkins- Post Office Directory 1882/Mrs Sarah Hopkins -Post Office Directory 1891/Peter Green -Post Office Directory ...see more

My father was the village policeman, William Fenwick. We lived next to the village police station at 19, Upper Bridge Street, Wye. I have two sisters, Pauline and Jacqueline who went to the local primary school. There was a villlage sweet shop on upper bridge Road called Holland's which was run by an ancient old couple who virtually gave the sweets away half the time. When I left school I went to work at Wye college ...see more

My name is Graham Foster and my father William Foster was the licensee of the Victoria Inn from 1938 , He left Wye under strange family circumstances would any body have any memories please?

Added 10 December 2018

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