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Stanhoe Blacksmith's Pit. Card posted 25th Jan 1911. Loaned JW

Stanhoe_01142.jpg Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.Charlie Curson, postman, with bicycle outside gateway and drive (? Barwick House), 1910sThumbnailsJohn Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.

Stanhoe Blacksmith's shop and Pit. Note the Hero in the distance and the fine sign post. Card posted 25th Jan 1911. Loaned JW

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