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London Road - "The Prussia"
(Later the Kings Head) Public House
Bell Street Station Road Burton's Mill
The Square and Bell and Feathers High Wych Village- looking West High Wych Village - looking North East High Wych - The Old Bakery
The Gate PH Landlord 1870's
The Hand & Crown - High Wych Road Some employees of The British Diamalt Company 1913 (Part of H.A.&D. Taylors Malting Company) Photograph kindly supplied by Graham Parish of Sawbridgeworth whose Grandfather H. W. Lawrance is centre picture. The gentleman marked is Thomas James Felstead (originally from Hatfield Broad Oak born 1882) The premises were on the left of London Road, about 75 Metres going north from Bell Street - see photo this page top left!. Photograph kindly supplied by Graham Parish.

Photo courtesy of Mrs Edna Richardson... who's Grandmother [Martha] is on the left born in 1871 in the The Gate Public House in London Road with parents Ann Bird and Henry Bird the then licensee.

Photo from Sawbridgeworth Local History Society.. William Morris was the Clerk to the then Parish Council and Secretary of the Sawbridgeworth Fire Brigade from inauguration and into the Early 1900's.


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