View of High Street Old Town London end looking East with White hart sign on near Left. (annotated on back saying Manor House Hotel but sign clearly White Hart)
Black and White Photograph showing snow in London end looking East
London End Saracens Head on Right. Red Cross Display
Date: c 1914
Collection of articles, letters and research notes etc. relating to London End, Old Town
The Misses Loveday, Rebecca and Elizabeth, were twins who lived in Aylesbury End in the 1920’s and were dressmakers . They died in their 90’s
Shows part of gardens where market place used to be.
Black and white photograph taken from the church tower. Shows the United Reform Church with fields behind, a wagon pulled up in front of the Grocery store Spencer Readheads and U Day Grocer drapier and clothier in the foreground.
Shows front and side of U Day’s store – grocer, draper, outfitter and wine merchant. Man in doorway, with covered market building behind.
Picture shows Days Store, Estate Office, the fire station and part of White Hart
Collection of articles, letters, research notes etc extracted from various sources and passed to the Beaconsfield and District Historical Society relating to Aylesbury End in the Old Town.
Copy certificate confirming consent of Sarah Wingrove to the deed of 19th October 1850
View across gardens in Aylesbury End, showing One Stop Shop and URC Church.