INDEX
INTRODUCTION
BASTARDY ORDERS
CANAL
CENSUS
CHURCH
CHURCHYARD and HEADSTONES
DOMESDAY BOOK
METHODIST CHAPEL
PARISH REGISTERS
1918 REGISTER
PHOTOGRAPHS
RAILWAY
ROLLS OF HONOUR
SALISBURY BUS and Archie Curtis
SCHOOL
SERVICEMEN KILLED IN ACTION
SERVICEMEN WHO RETURNED HOME
SURNAMES
TITHE MAP
VILLAGE HALL
USEFUL LINKS
WAR MEMORIAL
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BYGONE DAYS IN WEST GRIMSTEAD - A view of past times

    More about Archie William Curtis

The shop and post office was built by John Penn early in the 20C. His nephew, Henry Penn, was the first to  run the shop. It finally closed as a shop and post office in 1976.

The West Grimstead Cricket team around 1907. I have identified many of the men in this photograph.      

 

This is the Salisbury Bus, which was owned and run by Archie Curtis during the 1920's

 

Manor Farm pigs

 

Harvest at Manor Farm during the 1940's

A Wartime Leaflet - one of many