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Filmed interviews with Bampton people by Bampton Community Archive

  • BCA - 2017.1288
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  • 2006-2015

These 4 pages list the YouTube web address of the filmed interviews done by the Bampton Community Archive. They are with Dave Rose with Terry Rouse bellringing; Vera Elward talking about Busby's department store; A History of St Mary's ...

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Dor Thomson's scrapbook from 1938 to 1946

  • BCA - 2017.1275
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  • 1938-1946

This is a wonderful collection of memorabilia that was kept by Dor Thomson and covers the period just before WWII broke out, through the war and a short period after it. It gives a truly fascinating idea of what it was like to be a woman during W...

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The War Memorial in the Market Square

  • BCA - 2017.582
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  • 1914 - 2009

The War Memorial in the Market Square has names on from the WWI, WWII and Afghanistan. These photographs take you around the memorial so that you can see every name on it. It also shows the newly added name in 2009 of Jason Mackie (Afghanistan) ...

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Removal of the last 2 masts at what was RAF Bampton Castle 2015

  • BCA - 2017.906
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  • 2003-2015

In December 2003 approximately 72 tall masts were taken down at RAF Bampton Castle in Weald when the station was closed down. Two small masts remained until October 5th and 6th 2015 when they too were removed and these 11 photographs document the...

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Bus Shelter gift from the Royal Corps of Signals. Sept 12th 1969

  • BCA - 2017.744
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  • September 12th 1969

The Royal Corps of Signals were at their base in Weald from 1943 until September 1969 after which it was RAF Bampton Castle. Before the Weald station was ready to receive them, they were based in a house in Fox Close off New Road in Bampton. Whe...

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Women's Land Army teaching ladies how to milk in WWII

  • BCA - 2017.1234
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  • 1939-1945

Hilda Kent joined the Women's Land Army in Witney. After she retired she used to make a display in the foyer of the Bush Club every Wednesday and it was something everyone looked forward to seeing. One week she did one about her Land Army w...

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Hilda Kent recalls her working life

  • BCA - 2017.1233
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  • C1990

Hilda Kent had many jobs through her working life but nearly all involved driving and this is the fascinating story of her working life. She drove horse boxes when young then a Taxi in Bexhill and once WWII broke out she drove soldiers in a bus t...

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Funeral of Ray Evans May 16th 1927 to Sept 2017

  • BCA - 2017.1217
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  • 1927-2017

https://youtu.be/nqnMaTmrykMhttps://youtu.be/iHEL-7BZEBcThe first one of these two YouTube films is of Ray talking about his training in Catterick and subsequent life working in the Royal Corps of Signals. When not working abroad, Ray was posted ...

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Obituary in The Guardian for Molly Rose OBE aged 95. ATA pilot in WWII

  • BCA - 2017.373
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  • November 19th 2016

This is the obituary written in The Guardian newspaper on November 19th 2016 for Molly Rose who was 95. Molly was one of the few remaining female pilots who were in the ATA during WWII where she flew 38 different aircraft. She was the wife of Be...

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Princess Anne at RAF Brize Norton to celebrate 100th year of 101 Squadron

  • BCA - 2017.1208
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  • July 2017

Princess Anne went to RAF Brize Norton as part of the celebration of the 100th year of 101 Squadron, which flew as part of Bomber Command during WWII. It still operates in the Middle East. There is much more information in the article.

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Ada Tanner, Albert & Florence, around 1915-16

  • BCA - 2017.1204
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  • 1915-1916

This postcard was lent to the Archive by John Broxholme, who is a descendant. John said "As you can see the picture is well worn, but at least it survived as long as it did in France. Remarkably the creases have managed to miss the faces! ...

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Mr Bovington's safe return from the Falklands War is celebrated

  • BCA - 2017.562
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  • 1984

The photograph shows the joy and celebration of the return of Mr Bovington from the Falklands War - he is standing at the front of the group with his mother Yvette and they are surrounded by families who live very close to them in Bampton

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Witney and surrounding village prepare against bombing in WWII

  • BCA - 2017.1202
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  • June 7th 2017

Each week in the Witney Gazette Derek West writes an interesting article usually about somewhere or some one person associated with Witney. In this article he talks about the bombs that dropped in Witney and surrounding villages. While he does n...

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Pte William Johnson's granddaughter supports the Popply Appeal 2016

  • BCA - 2017.1194
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  • 2016

Pte William Johnson rescued a fellow soldier while under fire and having been shot in the leg. Sadly, the comrade he rescued died the following day but he was awarded the Military Medal and received a citation from King George V and the people of...

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Kit Jackson's photographs

  • BCA - 2017.1192
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  • C20th

These photographs are all from Kit Jackson's collection. Kit took photographs for most of her adult life. There are several of her family members plus WWII soldiers probably billeted in Bampton, school classes from the 1970s when she worked...

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Town Hall, the Drapers shop & The Talbot seen from Cheapside

  • BCA - 2017.1190
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  • early C20th

This picture was taken from the middle of the road in Cheapside. On the left is the Town Hall with nearly all the archways filled in; the two on the right in the sunshine were unblocked so the space inside could be used as a bus stop shelter a li...

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Kit Jackson's photograph collection

  • BCA - 2017.1126
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  • twentieth century

These photographs were part of the collection belonging to Kit Jackson; they are of her family, Morris Men, work colleagues, buildings, billeted soldiers in Bampton, pigeon fancier, friends, school classes and the mystery tours she used to arrange...

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The White family who lived in Sandford Cottage from at least as early as 1900

  • BCA - 2017.444
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  • 1910

The White family lived in Sandford Cottage, the thatched cottage on the south side of Sandford field from at least as early as 1900. These photographs cover the period 1910 to 1960. They are all family related, some babies, children, adults, in ...

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Instructions for wearing the ribbon; WWII medal

  • BCA - 2017.1090
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  • 1939-1945

This letter and piece of ribbon was sent to Dor Thompson, World War Two and explains how the ribbon should be used with the medal.

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Chris Timms in Navy uniform WWII

  • BCA - 2017.1057
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  • 1939-1945

Chris Timms was in the Navy during WWII and he's seen here with three other young sailors. He played cricket for Bampton.

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Members of Freda Bradley's family

  • BCA - 2017.1053
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  • from start of twentieth century

Along with Freda there are photographs of her brothers Jim and Ken with their grandmother Mrs Dewe, her mother Phyllis and aunt/mother's sister Lilian, Philly Dewe her grandfather in his Morris dancing clothes, Billy Dewe her uncle, her fathe...

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Death penny for Mr Dewe

  • BCA - 2017.849
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  • after WWI

The Memorial Plaque was issued after the First World War to the next-of-kin of all British and Empire service personnel who were killed as a result of the war. The plaques (which could be described as large plaquettes) were made of bronze, and he...

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Brigadier Rupert Crowdy OBE. Eulogy, telegram from Norah & funeral program

  • BCA - 2017.1026
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  • January 23rd 2017

Brigadier Rupert Crowdy OBE led a very full and very long life, dying less than two months before his 107th birthday. This entry gives you the eulogy given by his grandson Colonel Mike Brooke OBE which gives fascinating detail into Rupert's ...

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John Lester's photographs of the Busby family 1938

  • BCA - 2017.1024
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  • 1938

As an 11 year old boy, John Lester came to visit the Busby family in 1938 at harvest time. The Busby family owned the shop in the High Street in Bampton. John sent us his scanned copies of his family, the Busby family and himself as a young boy ...

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Connected families - Tanner, Flux and Poole

  • BCA - 2017.845
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  • n/a

These are really good, old photographs showing members of the Tanner, Flux and Poole families from around 1900 onwards. The family group photograph of 'Buscot' Tanner shows him with his sons in uniform L-R William, Lizzie and John and w...

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Inside Weald Farm cottages August 2011 before they were restored

  • BCA - 2017.1002
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  • August 2011

Weald Farm cottages have at times been two cottages and at others, one dwelling. After the death of all members from both families that lived there when they were two cottages, they fell into disrepair over several years. These photographs were ...

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Maintenance of the war graves in Bampton Cemetery by Bill Govier 1955

  • BCA - 2017.914
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  • 1955

There are two letters concerning the offer by G Govier - Bill Govier - made in 1955 to maintain the 6 war graves in Bampton cemetery. I have been able to find five of those graves and have photographed them but sadly I just couldn't find tha...

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Toys made for Jo Lewington and Terry Rouse by POWs WWII

  • BCA - 2017.913
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  • 1942-1948

Matthew Smalldon from the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock came to talk with Jo Lewington and Terry Rouse about their memories of POWs and both recalled them having toys made by the POWs. Sadly Terry no longer has his but Jo still has ...

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Letters, cards and photographs supplied by Jeffrey Broxholme in 2011

  • BCA - 2017.899
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  • various

There are beautiful silk cards sent home during WWI, a letter to Mrs Edginton from F W Clarke Chaplain to the Forces from No12 Veterinary Hospital where he husband corporal A W Edginton was working when he was killed. (His brother was fool for the...

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Act of Remembrance Albemarle V1782 August 27th 2015

  • BCA - 2017.884
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  • August 27th 2015

On the road from Bampton to Black Bourton there is a small memorial cairn to the RAF crew of 297 squadron who were killed near the site on August 27th 1944 in their Albemarle V1782. F/S A H Husbridge the pilot, F/S B V Mowan, F/S W F Insley, Sgt ...

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5 Bampton war grave

  • BCA - 2017.881
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  • n/a

These are photographs of the war graves of 5 Bampton Men. Harold Edward Busby, pilot officer. A G Martin ordinary seaman. S Clark Royal Fusiliers. George Frederick Bayliss Royal Army Service Corps. A Lay gunner Royal Garrison Artillery.

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Obituary for Frank Tanner, wife of Vera, father of Janet Newman and Jean

  • BCA - 2017.857
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  • 1980

Frank Tanner, someties called Perky was the youngest son of 'Buscot' Tanner died at his home in Colvile Close aged 85 on November 10th 1980. Frank emigrated to Australia before WWI, was called up into the Australian Army in WWI and was ...

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RAF Bampton Castle - a brief history

  • BCA - 2017.762
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  • Sept 1969-2001

This account of the RAF base in Weald called RAF Bampton Castle was supplied by an officer from RAF Brize Norton. Before the RAF took over the radio station in September 1969 it was The Royal Corps of Signals and opened in 1943 when it was built.

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Oliver O. Collett special cocoa tins. World War One

  • BCA - 2017.746
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Oliver Onesipherous Collett invented the Bampton Voiturette in 1901, the first motorcar to be seen in these parts. He also did his part for the troops abroad during WWI; people were collecting Christmas parcels for 1916 to send to the Bampton sol...

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When Bampton made a fool of itself - March 1900

  • BCA - 2017.727
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  • March 1900

Of all the events of the South African War none fired the popular imagination to the same extent as Baden Powell’s defence of the little town of Mafeking on the western border of the Transvaal. Its fate would have had little influence of the ulti...

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Old Time Bampton People by Lloyd Hughes Owens

  • BCA - 2017.702
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  • c1973

About 1973 Lloyd Hughes Owens made an album about some of the old people in Bampton with photographs and text. This is the album

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Thanksgiving For Victory Service 1945

  • BCA - 2017.674
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  • 1945

This is the Service program for the Thanksgiving Service for Victory held in 1945. As the service sheet was printed in London it was probably a standard service to be held across the UK

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Women's Land Army. Dress, guide book, discharge papers

  • BCA - 2017.659
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  • 1939-45

These 9 items were lent to the Archive by Jane Wallis and had been her own mother's. The Archive used them when we filmed Ruth Eley, a lovely lady who was in the Women's Land Army and the interview with her is on YouTube https://youtu.b...

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I. M. Group Workshop at Ham Court

  • BCA - 2017.584
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  • 1939-1945

This sign saying I. M. Group Workshop was found at Ham Court - referred to as Bampton Castle sometimes - and refers to the workshop that was sited at Ham Court farm during WWII where Jeeps were repaired and sent back out to the services for use.

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Ruth Eley's copy of The Land Girl, No3 Volume 4, June 1943 Price 3d.

  • BCA - 2017.666
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  • June 1943

A monthly softback booklet was produced during WWII for the ladies in the Women's Land Army and Ruth Eley kept all her copies. This is the June 1943 copy. They make interesting reading. Ruth was on a farm in Stanton Harcourt.

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Letter from 'Lofty' to Edwin Eley from Safad, Palestine October 28th 1947

  • BCA - 2017.661
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  • October 28th 1947

This letter is from some who calls himself 'Lofty' real name James F Morris and is to Edwin Eley. Lofty is in one of the toughest police forces of the time in Salha Police Post, Safad, Palestine and he makes a correct forecast that they...

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Blenheim Festival of Flight August 14th 2005

  • BCA - 2017.621
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  • August 14th 2005

This event took place at Blenheim Palace and many Bampton people went to enjoy the whole day. Apart from celebrating flight through the decades there was much more to see and do and the story of the day is told in the photographs

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Ringing for the 60th anniversary of peace July 10th 2005

  • BCA - 2017.620
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  • July 10th 2005

On July 10th 2005 some of our Bampton bellringers celebrated the 60th anniversary of Peace by ringing the bells of St Mary's. Back row left to right are Hilary Openshaw, Carole Perry, Roger and Margaret Barns, Terry Gregory. Front row left ...

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War memorial in the Post Office (Town Hall) and in St Mary The Virgin Church

  • BCA - 2017.581
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  • 1914 to 1918

Apart from the War Memorial in the Market Square there is a memorial in the Post Office (centre room of the Town Hall) and three more in St Mary's. These photographs are all for men who died in the First World War. One of the two in church ...

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Two postcards from Jack Townsend to his mother & sister 1942

  • BCA - 2017.572
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  • April 11th 1942 & June 20th 1942

These are two postcards from Jack Townsend who lived at Castle View Farm in Bridge Street. The one to his mother is dated April 11th 1942 and the one to his sister Dora is dated June 20th 1942. Jack survived the war.

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Soldier on a motorbike 1917

  • BCA - 2017.567
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  • 1917

This is a photograph of a soldier in WWI uniform on a motorbike

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In memory of Private F Fox - died May 8th 1917 aged 23

  • BCA - 2017.566
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  • May 8th 1917

Private F Fox died on May 8th 1917 aged just 23 and is buried in Willerval 10 kilometres north-east of Arras in grave reference number B. 11. He was fighting with the 29th Bn, Canadian Infantry British Columbia Regiment. His parents were Edwin a...

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William Johnson M.M. His war 1914-1918

  • BCA - 2017.565
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This is a truly loving account of one man's war during the 1914-18 world war. William Johnson M.M. was clearly a brave man and also one who amazingly manage not to let the horrors of what he'd both seen and experienced ruin the rest of ...

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C130K Hercules retired from RAF Brize Norton October 30th 2013

  • BCA - 2017.564
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  • October 30th 2013

This article from the Witney Gazette records the last two C130K Hercules planes departing service at RAF Brize Norton. Members of 47 Squadron bade them farewell after 47 years of service.

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Death of Brenda Inkster

  • BCA - 2017.563
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  • 1993

Brenda Inkster was born in 1917 and on leaving school spent some years in France and Germany. She studied at Heidelberg University and apparently eventually spoke German almost like a native. Brenda joined the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry (FANY) i...

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Descendents of Jonathan Hunt b. 1836 & Sarah Loveridge and the Morton family

  • BCA - 2017.551
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These 18 pages are all about the descendents of Jonathan Hunt b. 1836 & Sarah Loveridge. There is also detailed information from the war diary of William Francis Wells. There are some really old photographs, photograph of ships sailed in, an...

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The Eeles family, here and in Canada and some family trees

  • BCA - 2017.525
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  • various from late C19th

This photograph is of the Eeles family. There are two pages about the branch of the family that emigrated to Canada, pension awarded to Ebenezer Eeles and his discharge certificate and pension notification and a form from the dispersal hospital c...

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Frank Tanner by his daughter Vera Elward

  • BCA - 2017.524
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  • 2005

This account of Frank Tanner born February 23rd 1895 has been written by his daughter Vera Elward. It is a really interesting account of a young man who worked at Harvey Nichols in London, emigrated to Australia and worked on a sheep farm, was ca...

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Bampton's Home Guard & letter from Trish Cassidy nee Hiron January 2013

  • BCA - 2017.521
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  • 1939-1945

In January 2013 Trish Cassidy wrote to Janet Rouse enclosing this scanned copy of a photograph of Bampton's Home Guard marching past The Talbot sometime during WWII and one of Rose Radband dressed as Britannia for a play. Her letter gives mo...

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Postcards collected by Hilda Kent, all but one pre WWII

  • BCA - 2017.507
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  • first half 20th century

These 14 postcards were collected and saved by Hilda Kent and all but one denote pre WWII scenes. There is one from 1943 showing Stanley Matthews playing football for the RAF. Other subjects are the Queen Mary, a rocket driven bicycle, a stylize...

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Royal British Legion - Bampton Branch, old documents

  • BCA - 2017.491
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  • April 12th 1920 - 1999

This is an eclectic mixture of old documents no longer to be kept by the Royal British Legion. The earliest is a legal document regarding the purchase of the land that has our War Memorial standing on it. There are also designs for the War Memor...

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VJ Day Journal August 15th 1945

  • BCA - 2017.473
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  • August 15th 1945

The Anniversary Journal was produced 50 years after VJ Day and was made possible by Anchor tenants’ enthusiastic response to an appeal for wartime reminiscences. Anchor Housing is the largest non-profit making provider of housing and care for old...

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Roy Shergold recalls his memories of being in Bampton's Home Guard

  • BCA - 2017.485
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  • 1939-1943

When war broke out Roy Shergold of Bampton in Oxfordshire was too young to sign up but he was accepted into Bampton's Home Guard. He was in the Home Guard until he was old enough to sign up for the Merchant Navy in 1943. This is Roy's m...

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School project collecting WWII memories from people in Bampton

  • BCA - 2017.479
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  • 2003

This is a class project done by children in Bampton C of E Primary School in 2003. They asked senior citizens who were alive during WWII if they would write down their memories. Clearly, two citizens had written their memories in 1989. The peop...

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Two old postcards of Bampton

  • BCA - 2017.460
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  • various dates first half 1900s

These two postcards have pictures of Bampton on. One is a single picture of Church View probably taken in the late 1950s. The other one is a composite of five pictures of varying dates including the War Memorial, south side of the Market Square,...

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Historic documents of the Royal British Legion, Bampton branch

  • BCA - 2017.437
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  • April 20th 1920 to

The date range of these documents begins with a legal document dated April 12th 1920 regarding the purchase of the land where the war memorial now sits. There are several letters to do with our war graves and the National Inventory of War Graves,...

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Young men in Bampton's ATC c1950s

  • BCA - 2017.414
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  • c1950

These young men were in Bampton's ATC, probably in the 1950s. Some are named on the picture and if anyone can add more names or suggest corrections, do get in touch with the archive - the contact can be made from the Home Page

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3 soldiers billeted at Home Farm WWII

  • BCA - 2017.413
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  • world war two

These three soldiers were billeted at Home Farm in Bampton during World War Two. Home farm is in the HIgh Street in Bampton. Sadly nobody knows their names

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When Bampton Made a Fool of Iself by J L H Owens

  • BCA - 2014.1483
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  • 2014

Newspaper clipping the Witney Gazette April 11th 1958.J L Hughes-Owens recalls a time during the Boar War when a Bampton resident got a telegram from his son in London saying Mafeking had been relieved. The townsfolk went wild with much drinking a...

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