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Parish Lane
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Parish Lane

A young girl with a large hat and a young boy with a bicycle too big for him are enjoying a sunny day in Parish Lane, Pease Pottage.
Picture added on 19 June 2012 at 14:51
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Roads - Pease Pottage
Do you know which house that is in the background?
Added by Angel on 11 August 2018
Angel, the buildings were New Buildings Farm about 2/3 mile from the roundabout at the start of Parish Lane. The children and cameraman would have been about 1/3 of a mile from the roundabout.
Click on picture #148 where the photograph was taken from a position slightly closer to the farm and you can still see the same gable end. Additionally, you can view a picture of Henry and Mary Lee who lived there at that time.
The census return of 1911 records that Henry (55) and Mary (54) lived there with five sons and one daughter.

Added by Barry Ray on 11 August 2018
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