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1. ID PH01_DVN_017 Church Road (formerly Malting Road), looking east from the top of St Ives Hill. Malting Farm is in the distance and Peldon Hall immediately off to the left. The ...
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1. Church Road (formerly Malting Road), looking east from the top of St Ives Hill. Malting Farm is in the distance and Peldon Hall immediately off to the left. The ...
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2. ID PH01_DVN_023 Barnards Cottages on Mersea Road, Peldon, extended from the bottom of St Ives Hill eastwards. They were named after Jabez Barnard of Oxford Street, London, a ...
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2. Barnards Cottages on Mersea Road, Peldon, extended from the bottom of St Ives Hill eastwards. They were named after Jabez Barnard of Oxford Street, London, a ...
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3. ID PH01_DVN_025 Bunns / Bunne's Corner. On the extreme left is the village shop, then Whitakers, then the Cottage. The house on the corner with St. Ives Hill is possibly where ...
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3. Bunns / Bunne's Corner. On the extreme left is the village shop, then Whitakers, then the Cottage. The house on the corner with St. Ives Hill is possibly where ...
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4. ID PH01_DVN_037 Brick House Farm, Lower Road, Peldon. opposite The Plough, was badly damaged in the 1884 earthquake and was extensively altered in 1885. For many years (it is ...
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4. Brick House Farm, Lower Road, Peldon. opposite The Plough, was badly damaged in the 1884 earthquake and was extensively altered in 1885. For many years (it is ...
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5. ID PH01_DVN_041 The Lodge, Peldon. Postcard by T. Hammond
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5. The Lodge, Peldon. Postcard by T. Hammond
Date: c1911
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6. ID PH01_DVN_043 Peldon Rectory was built in 1852 and sold into private ownership in 1970. It has offered a home to autistic adults since 1983. The Victorian building is no ...
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6. Peldon Rectory was built in 1852 and sold into private ownership in 1970. It has offered a home to autistic adults since 1983. The Victorian building is no ...
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7. ID PH01_DVN_045 Haxcells / Haxells Farm on the road from Peldon to Abberton. A nicely posed photograph with the bull outside, gentleman on horse in the drive. 
  
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7. Haxcells / Haxells Farm on the road from Peldon to Abberton. A nicely posed photograph with the bull outside, gentleman on horse in the drive.

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