Stanhoe Archive photos

Historic photos from the village of Stanhoe, Norfolk, UK

Stanhoe_01412.jpg Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926Cottages at Barwick Hall Farm, around 1929.  In the left-hand cottage lived Percy and Sarah Bloy; their daughter Doreen was born here.  In the right-hand cottage lived farm bailiff Henry Bloy and his wife, the parents of Percy Bloy.ThumbnailsSarah Bloy (neé Pattingale) given away by her brother, November 1926

Wedding car for Percy Bloy and Sarah Pattingale, November 1926. The car belongs to Fred Curry, undertaker and carpenter at Docking, and a prominent Methodist.

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Chris Branch - Sunday 4 September 2011 12:25
I bet this car had been to most of the Weddings in the district and could tell some stories - What the chauffer couldn't see (but could always hear.... on the way to the reception)!