Cromwell House

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Hilda Kent Cromwell House History

  • BCA - 2022.3854
  • Item
  • 2000?

Handwritten notes by Hilda Kent, about the history of her home Cromwell House and the Old Forge. The tenants and owners from 1660's,, included
Ann Waring
Jane Coxeter
John Fox
John Jorden
Messrs Orpwood and Smith
Mrs Sammons
Richard Coxeter
Richard Sunderlands
Thomas Sammons
William Stamp

Janet Westman

Hilda Kent - The Story of Elsa

  • BCA - 2022.3850
  • Series
  • 1990

Document written by Hilda Kent relaying the story of a dog called Elsa

Janet Westman

Hilda Kent -How I got my job

  • BCA - 2022.3849
  • Item
  • 1980

Typed document written by Hilda Kent, of Cromwell House, Driving Instructor describing how she got the job

Janet Westman

Cheapside 1950

  • BCA - 2022.3837
  • Item
  • 1950

Photograph of Market Square taken from Eton Cottages, showing Town Hall, Garage, Newsagent, Cromwell House and the Old Forge

Janet Westman

The Old Forge and neighbouring properties

  • BCA - 2019.1970
  • Item
  • 1970 2017

To the right of Cromwell House as seen from the road is The Old Forge, which was as its name suggests the site of a forge at one time but is now a private house, partly in Cheapside and partly in Church Street.

Bampton Community Archive

Cromwell House in Cheapside, Hilda Kent & Margaret Howse

  • BCA - 2017.1236
  • Item
  • 1990s

Cromwell House is in Cheapside between Exeter House and The Old Forge. Hilda Kent lived there along with Margaret Howse after WWII until their deaths. Hilda did some research on the house and her notes are included in the pdf.

Bampton Community Archive

Blacksmiths 'Townsend & Wheeler' at Cromwell House

  • BCA - 2021.3144
  • Item
  • 2021
  1. Seen with a horse and their families, the blacksmiths Townsend and Wheeler are outside their home, Cromwell House in Cheapside. The door to the right of the bay window has since been removed and the wall filled in.

  2. The blacksmith Mr Cripps at Cromwell House with his family worked the forge between 1888 and 1908. A blacksmith worked with metal and at the time this picture was taken most of his work would have been with farm machinery. There is a seed drill in the picture on the left and the handles of a plough can be seen on the right.

Nik Stanbridge