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'Why St Margaret's at Cliffe', incomplete typed notes by Stephen Phillips about the purchase of Holly Lodge and the Upper Freedown
Typed notes by Stephen Phillips entitled 'Why St Margaret's at Cliffe' This is an incomplete note about how and possibly why the Evens family came to St Margaret's in 1898 when Agnes Evens bought Holly Lodge ...
Cuthbert Hancock astride his horse, 15th December 1918
A postcard postmarked 15th December 1918 showing Cuthbert Hancock sitting astride his horse. It was sent to Miss Eunie Evens at Platte Saline. Cuthbert Hancock was an admirer of Eunice Evens and a former student at ...
Letter to Major Phillips with a photograph of Eunie Evens of Holly Lodge. 26th December 1966
A letter dated 26th December 1966 from Cuthbert Hancock to Major Phillips ( nephew of Eunie) with a photo enclosed showing Eunie Evens sitting side saddle on her pony. This is probably at Holly Lodge which ...
Letter to Stephen Phillips about the death of Eunie Evens, 1966
A letter dated 25th December 1966 from Harry Townsend to Stephen Phillips about the death of a dear friend Eunie. ( Eunice Evens) and of his time as a schoolboy at Platte Seline.
Memories of Stephen Phillips between the years 1921 to 1939
Memories in picture and note form of Stephen Edward Lloyd Phillips between the years 1921 and 1939. Includes holidays at St Margaret's and of the houses Platte Seline and Hogs Bush in Kingsdown Road and Holly ...
The Paper House or Platte Seline, Upper Freedown 1898 to 1945
A series of photographs contained in a folder about The Paper House (1898 - 1945). The pages are numbered 50 to 61. Platte Seline, the Paper House, was located at the Upper Freedown in Kingsdown Road ...
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