Mill Cottages 1920`s
Canters Store with the YMCA next to it
Church and Parsonage with the windmill pre-railway 1870
Original Elm Tree Inn with the Foundry on the right
Elm Tree and Foundry House 1890
Modernised Parish Hall Church St 1950`s
Old Parish Hall used for meetings,Sunday School and as a Library 1940`s
New Elm Tree Inn with Foundry opposite 1914
Station Rd cottages,formerly The Workhouse 1965
Church St,The Limes.formerly "Chantry" in 1916
Modernised cottages High St..the one on the right was once a Working Mens Club 1910..this was taken in 1989
Beckinsales house with the Manor Walls to the right 1914
View of Chiseldon from Hangman`s Tree up the Folly 1940`s
Mrs William Hooper,wife of the photographer who travelled Wiltshire`s villages on his motorcycle and side car..Infants school to the right.
Chandlers shop and cottage with tea rooms 1880`s...how I would love to go back in time and enjoy a cup of tea in there...
End cottage was Wash House where the Parish washing was done,later to become village Bakehouse in the 1860`s to 70`s.
Original village Workhouse,latterly converted into four cottages 1916
Mr Cannings outside Toll House cottage ..the cottage far right was destroyed by fire 1930`s
Children on Cow Hill,common land 1910
Mill bottom cottages 1955,they burned down soon afterwards
This is a gem..inside the Methodist Chapel before modernization in the 1920`s
Chiseldon cemetery showing the windmill tower 1915
Mr Grewgen in his car in Turnball 1940`s
Canney Cottages,homes of the Ralf and Stevens families 1952