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1910-1919 Pictures
An accident at Challock crossroads 1906
Note horse drawn ambulance
Pictures kindly supplied by Hugh Potter
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The Chequers 1910 (on right)
Note the village shop with Lady in doorway
Challock School 23rd July 1914
Back row 3rd from left Emily Barton
Back row middle (between windows) Elsie Wood
Middle row 4th from left Winifred Potter
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Chequers with Nine Chimneys in background
Horse on the Lees near the Chequers by the White House

School Group 1910

Elsie Wood 2nd from left 2nd row from top Emily Barton 3rd row from top 4th from left

Winifred Potter 3rd row from top 6th from left

Harold Marsh 3rd row from top far right

Challock School and School Cottages 1906.  The cottages were later damaged beyond repair by a Flying bomb in WWII

School celebrating Empire day around 1910 at the Vicarage.

Elsie Wood 6th Girl from lefft. Harold Marsh far right boy in cowboy hat.  Emily Barton 3rd child at back holding spear.  Winifred Potter 4th child to rt of banner at back

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Walter Potter 1918 aged 53. He had retired as village policeman in 1910 but returned because of the war. He died in 1918 and is buried in the churchyard

Walter (centre) Robert (left) and Albert (right)

Robert 1916 aged 25.

For war service details see Lest we forget - WW1 survivors.

Albert 1915 aged 23

For war service details see Lest we forget - WW1 survivors.