Barton Stacey History Group



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.

Further below:

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

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Do you remember the chalk pit, the prefabs, the garage? Do you have photos?

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The much earlier history of this area, including

For the history of PITT TRAILERS, click here.

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Partridge Close

The Street

Post Office

Village Hall

The Swan

1-12 Kings Elms

6 prefabs

Bullington Lane

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.

Pitt Trailers


All Saints Church

Gravel Lane (the Back Lane)

The old school, used until 1958. Hidden behind tree.

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