Photocopy of photo of Laurel Cottage with fruit and veg man from Portsmouth. Kilburn House on right.
Riverside Stores, then a butchers shop. with Aburrow family, who lived opposite.
Potter's General Warehouse, c.1910. This is where Mr Witt later established his grocery and butcher;s business.
Mrs Potter outside Potter's General Warehouse, 1911. She took over the business when her husband died.
East Meon High Street, New Inn on right (note Alton Brewery owns it). Well-head on what is now Washers Triangle at front
Post card of High Street, including Hockley Cottages, Parsons Store &c. Post-marked 14.09.1905
Post card of The Cross. The three cottages on the left belonged to the Kille family in the 1930s.
High Street with horse-drawn cart
Post card of 'Hockley Cottage, note on back: Mrs Fisher, Oct 1962
Post card of All Saints at night.
Card promoting Oxenbourne Farm Country Weekend offer.
Early post card of All Saints, across fields. Appleerry Cottage is not yet built, therefore before 1920.
All Saints from Park Hill. No vicarage in Church Street. 1920s?