Transcribed talk given by R.T.Parr to the Broughton Society 1993.
Two pages from Philip Emmott's manuscript book held in the Hampshire Records Office entitled " The Measure of all the land in the parish of Broughton". The first page 2280C is the Levy on Proprietors by the Commissioners of Inclosure dated 1789. The second page 2280D is the last page of his book, being Philip ...
Jose Hinwood and the Pearce twins, Patricia and Ann. They are on the railings of Morgan Hinwood's garden at Wyncourt, opposite Top Shop, (actully opposite 'Old Thatch).
William Judd at the gate of 2 Rookery lane, now one dwelling.
A copy of a letter from Mr Pratt to Mr Hinwood regarding the business.
A charabanc outing run by the British Legion circa 1939.
Essay by Barbara Aitken with details of a Gypsy Funeral in Broughton.
The Andover Advertiser's summary of the news happening in Broughton during the week of 8th September 1911. Amongst other items, featuring; A On Sunday a large aircraft passed over the village. B Hospital Sunday C Fred Hinwood's wedding D High St widening at Corner Shop E Drought F Fruit crop
A press cutting from the Times on 28th October 1980, showing the pumpkin and Mr Bucher, a gardener from the Bossington Estate.
"Peasants Heritage" by Ralph Whitlock who lived in Pitton which Barbara or Robert Aitken are commenting on.
Notes from Robert Aitken about farming and properties as related by William Ray, farmer, The Lindens.
A survey of footpaths by Robert Aitken in February 1934 for the Parish Council.
Part of transcript from Dr Parr interview of Alan Stone
Group across road by The Thatch.
The Alexandra Nurses taken in the garden of The Croft now renamed Old Church Farm. *Mrs.Hobbs R, Annie Hinwood, Edith Ayles kneeling, Bessie Lewington, Vera Leigh (dark standing) Jane Leigh sitting, Mrs.Cordelia Robinson, Mildred Robinson, Bertha Sturgess, Annie Leabourne, Binnie Shears kneeling, Dorothy Turner /Watts kneeling. *Please note that the names and positions may not be accurately ...
Letter from Parish Council to Robert Atkin on allotments
This is a copy of a loan agreement between Frederick Amberley and George Hinwood in 1927
Press cutting from 1907, used in Elaine Hatcher's dissipation for her B.Ed Copied from record 00940.01 (not found)
Press cutting. used as part of Elaine Hatcher's dissertation for her B.Ed, see also record 00940.01 (not found)
Article from the Andover Advertiser on housing in Broughton.
An article from the Andover Advertiser in 1912.
An article from the Andover Advertiser about Maypole Dancing in Broughton. The dancers were trained by Alexa Mason.
An article from the Andover Advertiser about objections by Broughton Parish Council to the moving of the Polo Stud.