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  • Barn in Orchard - a history

    Near the back of Chapel Cottage, approached by lane beside Old Post Office.

    Camera facing S.

    The brick built barn with tiled roof, hipped, stands at the top of the orchard shown ???  Both barn, or stables and orchard are Manor property and used to be leased with the Old Post Office.

  • Barn in orchard - a history

    Near the back of Chapel Cottage, approached by lane beside Old Post Office.

    June 1975, camera facing S.  (Negative no. C12A)

    This brick built barn with tiled roof, hipped, stands at the top of the orchard shown ???  Both barn, or stables, and orchard are Manor property and used to be leased with the Old Post Office.

  • Chestnut Cottages - a history

    High Street, E side, next to Myrtle House.

    Camera facing E.

    About 1883.  Manor estate house built in Mr Sidney Graves-Hamilton's time.  Rubble.  Gabled.  Roof tiled.  3 dormers across eaves line.  Central dormer projects slightly.            2 s[torey].  Windows 2 - and 3 - light mullions, dripmoulds, one stone bay under central dormer.  Chimneys built as for stone roof, described by Dawber in 'Historic buildings in the Cotswolds', Batsford, 1904, p 44).  'The chimney stack above the roof and up to the base moulding was invariably square, while on the other side, and coinciding with the gable coping, is a projecting weather course, under which the slates were tucked, and which also returned above the bottom edge (Fig 52)'.

    Shown as an example of the quality of building for tenants on the Manor estate at this period.

  • Church Lane corner with High Street, outsideā€¦

    May 1975, camera facing E.

    This photograph was taken simply to show the curved boundary wall of Medford House and the glimpse of the Manor at the end of Church Lane, a view we hope will not be sacrificed to the needs of heavy lorry traffic on this dangerous bend in the road.

  • Mickleton Manor

    Tea party at Mickleton Manor for ancestors of the Graves-Hamilton family who were the last Lords of the Manor of Mickleton. This photo shows some of the American family and some villagers who met them.
  • Mickleton Manor Tea Party

    A tea party was held in the grounds of Mickleton Manor for American ancestors of the Graves Hamilton Family. The photo shows Audrey ? , Lynne Skinner, Sue Payne, Pam Overton and Anne Stowe.
  • Mickleton Manor Tea Party

    Tea party at Mickleton Manor for ancestors of the Graves-Hamilton family.  This photo shows some of the villagers who were present and the new houses in Manor Gardens.
  • Tea in the Manor Gardens

    Photograph taken when American members of the Graves family, whose ancestors were Lords of the Manor, visited Mickleton. Included among the Mickleton residents who attended were Allen [dark suit and tie in centre] and Beatrice Kitchen [ pink, flowery dress, facing camera] and Malcolm Brown [short sleeved green shirt].
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