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Images Dated 2015 November

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The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey Featured November Print

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey . They lived in huts, caravans and ' benders ( huts with branches bent over and covered with sacks ) - but now they are forsaking their picturesque homes and many of them are moving into corrugated iron bungalows at West Walton provided by the Surrey Council as alternative accomodation .
In their new homes, the gypsies will discard their Romany customs and follow the ways of civilisation .
Photo shows ; A gypsy family bringing logs to make bass brooms outside their ' bender ' at the Hurtwood Hill encampment .
11 January 1934
30s, 30's, 1930s, 1930's, thirties, nineteen thirties Travellers Romany Gypsy Gipsy gypsies Roma. social history

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Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich Featured November Print

Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich

Merryweather's Steam Fire-Engine - Merryweather & Sons of Lambeth, later Greenwich, London, were builders of steam fire engines and steam tram engines. The founder was Moses Merryweather (1791-1872) of Clapham, who was joined by Richard Moses (1839-1877). They took Edward Field's design of a vertical boiler and successfully applied it for use in their steam fire engine, thus improving water pressure and making easier to use once steam had been got up.
?TopFoto History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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Friends of 51 years married at London register office. Mr Henry Bailey, a Kennington greengrocer Featured November Print

Friends of 51 years married at London register office. Mr Henry Bailey, a Kennington greengrocer

Friends of 51 years married at London register office.
Mr Henry Bailey, a Kennington greengrocer, and miss Mary Ann Kitchener, who have known each other for 51 years and have been neighbours for most of that time, were married at Lambeth register office.
Photo shows, Mr Henry Bailey and his bride, leaving the register office, after their wedding.
24 January 1938 History of London - Vauxhall / Lambeth

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