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Farthingstone History Society

Established in 2013, the Society was set up with the aim of gathering together in one place as much information about Farthingstone as possible. This includes houses, past and present villagers, land, events, Church and Chapel, School and Village Hall, public houses including The Kings Arms and previous and current businesses within the village.

We would encourage past and present residents and their relatives to get in touch with us if you have any information to share. We would welcome photographs relating to all of the categories mentioned above including aerial and street views, past and present. Meetings are held on particular topics from time to time and these will be advertised on the Farthingstone website.

Current Research

We are trying to gather information on the people in Farthingstone who served their country in the Great War and are mentioned on the Roll of Honour board which is located in our Church, St Mary the Virgin. if you can help in any way then please get in touch.

Those who died: Leonard Holton, Samuel Jeffery, Russell Osborn, Horace James, Harry Hurst, William Gray. For more details please click here.

Those who served: Ewan Agnew, Roland Edwards, Daniel Gunby, Edwin Hedges, J. Henry Ivens, Leonard Ivens, John Malin, William Payne, Edward Pilkington, Jim Roberts, Ernest Thomason, John Thomason, Foster Osborn, William Murdin, John Gunby, Samuel Daniel, Harold Malin, J.Wilfred Darby, Herbert Burt, Ernest Reeve, Alfred Elam, Sidney Darby, Percy James, James Claydon, Thomas H. Haynes, Frank Johnson, Angus Hurst, William Pilkington, Clepham Reeve, Arthur Jordan, John Grey, Ronald Reeve. More details are found by clicking here.


Who to contact

Dorothy FitzGerald - holds all the records offered to the Society so far. Particularly interested in recording all the buildings in different eras and the people who lived in them over the years, as well as events held, and would welcome photographs and information, particularly dates. Contact Dorothy by Email: dorothyfit "at" gmail.com..

Sue Stanton - has for many years gathered information on Farthingstone in general and, in particular, relating to the Joy Mead garden and cloister and the Agnew Family and would welcome more information. Can also provide information on family histories within Farthingstone. Emai:l sstanton621 "at" btinternet.com.

Facebook fans can join Farthingstone Past where a growing number of photos have been posted.

Useful links

For the listed buildings in Farthingstone, click here.


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