Eva Merritt (later Mrs E Noyce, 1905-6) outside Brooklyn
Ernest Noyce junior with father Ernest 1925
Lucy Noyce with pet fox at Colchenna
Ernest in Home Guard uniform, WWII
Ernest with George Munday 'sweeping' hay with car
Ernest Noyce with Hero, 1959
Major Gerald Nicholson, right, outside All Saints Church with visiting bishop. Nicholson used to walk to church every Sunday, and back via Colchenna where he talked with Ernest Noyce.
Lady Margaret Nicholson, portrait by Hay Wrightson of New Bond Street
These photographs and documents relating to the life in East Meon of the Noyce family were provided to us by Belinda Moffat, daughter of Ernest Noyce junior. His father, also Ernest, came from Soberton to Orchard Farm, Ramsdean in 1908. He married Eva Merritt, who had lived at Brooklyn, and bought Colchenna which had been built in 1912. His children were Lucy and Ernest junior.
As well as farming Colchenna, both Ernests managed the farm at Bereleigh.