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Stanley Ayres (gardener for Col. Seymour) at Barwick House gardens in 1930s

Stanhoe_00599.jpg John Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930sJohn Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.ThumbnailsSedgeford railway station, 1930s

Stanley Ayres (gardener for Col. Seymour) at Barwick House gardens in 1930s