Click on individual images to enlarge and start slide show.  Note this may take a while: 10-30 seconds (it’s worth the wait).

Thanks to David Partridge for kindly allowing us to use these images.





  1. November 14, 2012  4:17 pm by Reg Doble Reply

    Pics are lovely but patently need text and some re-alignment so that comparable ones paint a story. I can help out on this and have put names to a lot of the people shown. Will be willing to help. Let me know. Reg Also have many more!

  2. December 1, 2012  9:02 pm by Sarah Reply

    would LOVE to see more photos! Is there any way to get original scans of a few of these photos? In particular the one you have labeled as Church Close.

    Would also love to see a section on history of the different houses and buildings in the village.

  3. July 28, 2013  7:05 pm by Stephen Michael Davis Harry Reply

    Hello, nice site and thanks for your time in saving our history. I live in Oxton Wirral but my folks are in Dorset, The funeral pictures are a real find for our family as the young chap behind the carrage is my Grandfather, he gave me his fathers razor many years ago, most likely to have been with him at war.
    We would very much like a copy of any photographs you may have and other records to ehp compleat the story.

    Many thanks

    Stephen Harry

  4. July 30, 2013  11:29 am by Reg Doble Reply

    Hello Stephen, nice to get your comments. I am happy to send you more details of your family. I will need an email address.


  5. July 29, 2014  4:03 pm by Margaret Holbrook Reply

    Lovely to see my dad on the St Edmumd's choir photo' second row, third right as you look at it. he would have been thrilled to know he was so high tech! My dad was Albert King, (Bert) he lived on Main Street.

    As an aside, I've just posted a letter on the 'Letter to an unknown soldier' site, for the memorial at Paddington Station, I dedicated to all those from Maids Moreton who served in the first war.

  6. September 22, 2014  12:38 pm by Ann Peters Reply

    Hi Reg Could you tell me if there is a Bonner in the choir photo he resembles my uncle the guy in back row 4th from my right looking at screen Thanks Ann

  7. September 22, 2014  2:18 pm by Reg Doble Reply

    Hi Ann, As far as my research shows there was no Bonner in the choir at that time. The man in Question, I think, is Andrew Tompkins. Of course I could be wrong......perish the thought.

  8. August 19, 2019  8:03 am by Roger Short Reply

    Hi Ann
    Do you have any photos of the Old Mill House? My Grandfather Frank Short died there in 1924.
    Thank You
    Roger Short

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