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  • Dr Park’s Surgery

    Does anyone have, or could anyone refer me to, any known photographs of the interior of 112 High Street, Rye? For about a hundred years, I believe, this was the Dr’s surgery, so many thousands have passed through and worked here. I am in touch with the previous owners, but intending to restore the house … read more

  • St Mary’s Church Northiam History

    I am an nearly retired architect undertaking a postgraduate course in building conservation. Our latest course work is to write an illustrated essay on a medieval church with Victorian alterations.I am looking for historical information on St Mary’s and should be glad someone could advise me where to start looking for information. Many Thanks. … read more

  • History of Udimore

    Am now open to hearing from just about anyone who can add any information regarding the history of the village. This might include any era up to today’s date! Anecdotes also welcome. … read more

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  • Rye Memorial – James Walter Mesher

    Gunner Mesher was born in Rye and his parents were recorded as living at The Reading Room, Rye Harbour when he was killed 8 May 1915. I would be interested to hear from anyone who may know something about him – I am researching the history of his battery and know a bit about his … read more

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  • Pett Level History

    Who can tell me some history about Pett Level? I live in the US but an interested in finding my roots. Thanks, Troy Pett … read more

  • History of Winchelsea

    Does anyone know of any books on the history of Winchelsea from late 18th century onwards, particularly the lace making community. … read more

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  • Leasam House

    Leasam house was were I lived for 5 years back in the 1980s and was wandering if there is anyone out there who knew of history of the house. I know Lord and Lady Wander lived there during the war. … read more

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Landgate Cottage
Landgate Cottage

15th century Landgate cottage is opposite the medieval Landgate arch, in Rye’s pretty centre. Refurbished recently, retaining period features, with … more

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Jeake's House
Jeake's House

Award winning 17th century town house in medieval cobbled street

Cadborough Cottages
Cadborough Cottages

Walking distance from Rye. Ample parking. Peaceful location.

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