By Location - Main Street, Five Bells, Marroway

WTPC-0012

Subject: Peace Day 19.7.19 in Main Street

Publisher: Unknown

Date: 19 July 1919

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Horse, cart, 3 men, Main St.?

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1900; Earliest legible Postmark 1 Oct 1905

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: Candlewick and Chestnut Cottages (Old Thatched Cottage)

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1902; Earliest Postmark 13 Dec 1903

These examples from Colin Seabright and T.Hillier

Subject: Candlewick and Chestnut Cottages (Old Thatched Cottage)

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1905; Earliest legible postmark 14 Aug 1913

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Candlewick and Chestnut Cottages (Old Thatched Cottage)

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1905; Earliest legible postmark 26 Aug 1915

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: Thatched Cottages beside Chandos from Main street

Publisher: Judges Limited, Hastings, England

Date: C1980

This example from society archive (Misc)

Subject: Thatched Cottages beside Chandos from Main street

Publisher: Mrs Palmer, Weston Turville W.I.

Date: C1990?

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Main Street, Mercer Company Cottages(20-22) on right

Publisher: Samuel Glending Payne & Son

Date: C1906; Earliest postmark 27 Aug 1906

This example from ebay

Subject: Main Street. Haig Hall (A frame, now two houses) with flag pole; Mrs. Brindle’s Post Office

Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons (R.T. & Sons)

Date: C1940; Earliest postmark 20 May 1943

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: “Sadlers Post”, Main Street, Sarah Anne Tompkins

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1912 (Date attributed by Hamish Eaton “Weston Turville, A History”)

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: The Post Office & W.J.Humphreys, Boot Warehouse”. Philbey’s Row/Pear Tree cottage , 25 Main Street. Interesting view compared to WTPC-0017

Publisher: Publisher X

Date: C1910

This example from society archive (Misc)

Subject: The Post Office & W.J.Humphreys, Boot Warehouse

Publisher: W.J.Humphries, Boot Warehouse, Weston Turville

Date: C1920

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Philbey’s Row/Pear Tree Cottage? and Lady (Mrs. Humphreys?)

Publisher: Unknown - “B3691”

Date: C1900

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Chamberlin’s 2 women and baby . sign for Palmers Cocoa

Publisher: Unknown; B9688

Date: Unknown;

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Pond Farm, duck pond and man with cart

Publisher: Unknown

Date: Unknown

This example from Weston Turville Historical Society Archive

Subject: Pond Farm, duck pond and Lady

Publisher: Unknown

Date: Before 31 Jul 1907, on postal evidence

This example from Keith Robford

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, boy, woman, ducks

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1910 - attributed by Hamish Eaton “Weston Turville, A History”

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, two children, ducks

Publisher: Freeman, Sons & Co., Wendover + The Photochrom Co Ltd. (later and much thicker card)

Series: Photochrom Wedgwood Series

Date: C1905 - attributed by Hamish Eaton “Weston Turville, A History”

These examples from T.Hillier, the Sharp family and Colin Seabright

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, boy, ducks

Publisher: Samuel Glending Payne & Son (SG Payne & Son Aylesbury)

Date: C1910

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, ducks

Publisher: Lilywhite? Based upon Kingsbury. And one unknown

Series: “Kingsbury Series” & “Tabor Series, Aylesbury”

Date: C1905; earliest postmark 15 Mar 1906

These examples from T.Hillier and Colin Seabright

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm and Soldiers with carts. No ducks

Publisher: Publisher X

Date: C1904, Based upon date attributed to Bucks Herald version

This example from Mike Bass

Subject: Looking North West on Main Street beside pond. Boy and girl in Sunday best. No Ducks.

Publisher: The Bucks Herald

Date: Original version WTPC-0147 C1904, Based upon date attributed by Bucks Herald. Reissued C1990?

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: Looking North West on Main Street beside pond. Boy and girl in Sunday best. No Ducks.

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1904, Based upon date attributed to Bucks Herald version

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, no ducks

Photographer/Publisher: Maurice Kitchener

Date: C1930, Before 1933, based upon no banding on finger post; Earliest Postmark 23 Aug 1939; Maurice Kitchener was photographing between 1925 and 1936

This example from T.Hillier

Original glass plate negative - Object number KIT/30/1690 Kitchener Collection (Held at Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre)

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, no ducks. Lady in a vintage wheelchair.

Publisher: Ratledge, The Bungalow. North Camp, Halton

Date: Printed on Thomas Illingworth & Co (TIC) horseshoe photographic paper (1919 – 1930) the religious looking cross between “Post” and “Card” suggests 1922

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond, Pond Farm, few ducks

Publisher: S.G.Payne & Son, Aylesbury (embossed at bottom)

Date: C1903

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: “The Laurels” in background, Pond maybe constrained by kerb, Pond Farm

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1914 (Based upon Bucks CC Photo Archive)

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: “Butcher’s Orchard”, Mr Sharp.

Publisher: Unknown

Date: Before 1930 (Based upon no obvious phone or power lines)

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: Main Street/New Road junction “The Laurels” in background, two children in foreground. White fence is from garage

Publisher: Publisher X

Date: Before C1915; Earliest postmark 1 Dec 1916

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject: Five Bells, Main St. Horses & Carts, drinkers and nice blur of a cyclist

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1900

This example from Colin Seabright

Subject:5 Bells

Publisher: Publisher X

Date: C1915; Earliest Postmark Jul 1917 from multicard WTPC-0077

This example from ebay

Subject: Lodge Farm (Rothschild cottage), Marroway

Publisher: Publisher X

Date: C1915; Earliest stamp issued (1912-18)

This example from T.Hillier

Subject: Weston Turville Crossroads from Main street , looking North towards Appleacre and Marroway

Publisher: Judges Limited, Hastings, England

Date: C1980 Earliest Postmark 24 Mar 1988

This example from AKR collection

Subject: Chamberlin’s (Formerly "The Magpie") Man, Woman and dog.

Publisher: Unknown

Date: C1919; Date attributed Hamish Eaton “Weston Turville – a history” (Page 104)

This example from Colin Seabright

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