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This photograph of Nine Chimneys is dated 1922 and is taken from a sale brochure. You can see that at this time the large extension, which today matches the right part of the building, had not been built.
1922
One owner of Nine Chimneys around 1927 was a Mr Leacock
The old bakehouse was run by three Chapman brothers and it is interestesting that they were descended from the owner of the challock windmill which was burnt down in 1906.
Coombs Bunglow, burnt down late 20’s.
Picture supplied by Hugh Potter
The picture shows the remains of a Bungalow, built by Capt Worthington in the mid 20’s and burnt down a year or so later. The shed in the back of the picture is a poultry house which stood until the 50’s.   
Background information supplied by Fred Hams.
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Picture supplied by Fred Hams

George Earl aged 80 died 20th of July 1921.  See story under 1910-19

1920-1929

Edward Austen elected Chairman Parish Council on April 23rd 1920  a post he held until April 1946

Harold Marsh around 1920 with Blind Lane in the Background.