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A rare example of an ancient building

The ancient dove cote at the top of Church Hill is one of the very few remaining examples of its kind. This photograph is taken from the churchyard, and emphasises the former nucleus of Patcham’s life around the parish church.

Photo sent by Martin Nimmo

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  • My mum and dad are buried just in front of the left hand tree. Ebenezer Charles Snelling died 1960, and Celia Mary Snelling died 2006. Comments welcome.

    By John Snelling (02/10/2013)
  • To John Snelling.
    I lived next door to you in Mayfield Cres. Patcham.
    Christine Allwright and brother David.
    Mr Grandfather, Grandmother and Mother are buried here as well.
    John C Dodd, Margaret E Dodd and Charlotte Catherine (Dodd) Allwright (Tot)
    I am living in Pembrokeshire now, after Cumbria
    and Haywards Heath.
    Married Colin Martin 2 daughters, 4 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren.
    80 next year.

    By Christine Martin (27/04/2021)

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