Original Hemyock Pump

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The original Hemyock Pump back in 1890

Clayhidon Bellringers

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Clayhidon Bellringers

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The Clayhidon bellringing team.

John Cave New and Caroline Somers Smith New

John Cave New MD  1826 – 1901 and his wife Caroline Somers Smith New 1845 – 1926

lived at Craddock until their deaths as above leaving 6 children.  Craddock  was bought either by John’s father John New MD 1799 – 1862 and married to Harriet Cave or his grandfather John New 1769 – 1851 and married to Mary Bull. The New family were originally Bristol based merchants, who did well out of their estates in the Indies.

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Walrond family monument in Uffculme Church

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The Old Rectory in Dunkeswell – through the ages

014 The first Rectory now hidden by trees, with the new Rect 012 The 19th century Rectory 011 The Rectory built 1860's, taken for the Revd. Richard Cr 005 Village and Rectory from Percy H RECTORY2 013 The old Rectory2005, Geese not in evidence

Notification of the re-opening of Hemyock Church on 28th July 1847.

Notification of the re-opening of Hemyock Church on 28th July 1847.

The Opening of the Culm Valley Light Railway.

A post card view of The opening of the Culm Valley Light Railway in May 1876

An Uffculme Mills receipt.

A receipt from Uffculme Mills for oats and meal etc. to Mr. Clode, one of the village publicans dated Lady Day 1897.