Back row, Owen, Peter and Gilbert. Seated, Olivia, Ralph, Margaret and Ruth
An early photograph of Workhouse Lane and Warren's shop
Woodfields Family in garden
The Square, with Rose Cottage (since demolished) on the left.
Olivia Woodfield on the lawn at The Tudor House, with a clear view of All Saints' spire behind.
The Tudor House, with its lawn.
Olivia with chickens – the pig was kept nearby
Olivia and Margaret in garden
Woodfields and Olivia
East Meon post war, The Tudor House on the extreme left.
The Woodfields with daughter Margaret when they visited The Tudor House in 1981.
Olivia Tottle, nee Woodfield, photographed in 2013
The Woodfields lived in East Meon from 1940, when they left London and Ralph taught at Churchers College in Petersfield. They lived in The Tudor House (click here) until 1960 when Ralph Woodfield retired. Olivia Woodfield, now Tottle, now lives in Petersfield and her memories of East Meon and The Tudor House are recorded here.
Attached as a PDF is an account of recent visits by the Woodfield family, and of Olivia Tottle’s memories of East Meon in the 1940s and ’50s
Another PDF is a transcript of an interview with Olivia.