We research, care for and share the archives of the parish of Barton Stacey, Hampshire.
Mr & Mrs Peter Hopgood at 11 Kings Elms
Part of a map which we think dates from around 1940. The present-day area called Kings Elms is outlined in red.
This map shows what might be called the first phase of Kings Elms. These 6 semis were Council houses built in 1939 and were numbered 1-12 Kings Elms.
Details of later phases can be found here.
An aerial photograph of this area of the village taken in 1957.
Johnny Nutter’s garage, Bullington Lane
Dorothy French with her father at
12 Kings Elms
Do you have memories of the area?
Do you remember the chalk pit, the prefabs, the garage? Do you have photos?
The much earlier history of this area, including
For the history of PITT TRAILERS, click here.
1-12 Kings Elms
West View, home of the Pitt Family.
Sometimes called The Old School House, supposedly dating from its temporary use for some pupils in 1885-86 following the burning down of the school and its rebuilding.
All Saints Church
Gravel Lane (the Back Lane)
The old school, used until 1958. Hidden behind tree.