Blockley, England, after 1912
This photograph was taken after 1912, from the Bell Tower of the Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Blockley, England, showing buildings on (or accessed from) Bell Lane and Greenway Road.
(1) on the left, behind the building in the foreground - "Coneygree Mill", part of "ancient manor lands"
(2) left foreground - "the 'Lady Northwick Homes' set up as a memorial to mark the death of Lady Elizabeth Augusta Northwick, who died in 1912." "Demolished in 1968"
(3) right foreground, the rear portion of the Post Office (until recently) on "Post Office Square
(4) in the background, the buildings going from left to right are on Greenway Road. At the left of this group, and then hidden by the trees, is "Upper Terrace" (also called "13 Chimneys). The building to the right of the trees is Cherry Orchard Cottage, the home for many years of my great, great uncle, Harry Figgures, the local builder.
(identification from John Malin, 2009)
Scan from John Malin to Lucy McCoy, early 2000s; added by Lucy McCoy, May 29, 09, Blockley Site, MyFamily.com; used by permission
(photo file name: Malin 007)