|Bob Croucher's house, Burton|
Bob Croucher’s house Martins Hill Lane Burton. Colour photograph shows remains of Cob cottage (was demolished)
Photo album collection. copy of postcard. ‘Burton Village, near Christchurch’. Rural scene of village green, church & thatched cottages, group of children on the green. ? early 1900s.
Package of small photographs, some in strips and some single. Various Burton village views, not named.
4 photographs on a card. Frank & Muriel Crabb with 2 children outside a home which is undergoing renovations, Salisbury Road, Burton. Views of in & outside of property
Scrapbook of cuttings about village
Album of photographs, 12 pages of photographgraphs, spiral bound together. Note on back states Burton? Allen White thinks so. 10 pages relate to the same thatched property, long cottage with 3 dormer windows in the front roof, also thatched central porch. with pump on the right of house front. Exposed beams throughout, huge inglenook fireplace. Several furnished interior rooms shown. Other photographs are of similar buildings, Tudor style.
Photo of 3 cut out portrait photographs of unknown people, 2 men and a lady. Both gentlemen wearing high collar shirts, the lady with a frilled bonnet, lace collar & lace scarf. ? Burton family. (in envelope of Burton photos).
Burton Green. Few shops & houses shown.
Burton Green, Burton Village. Victorian era. 3 children & thatched cottages shown
Advertisement for 4 porcelain plates
Christchurch Times article
|Burton village green|
Copy of a postcard. Village green Burton. 3 children are posed together on the green, to the left is a church (or chapel), to the right are thatched cottages.
|Consecration of Burton Church|
Letter dated 26 October 1926 from H.G. Cobbett, Vicar of Burton to Herbert Druitt about the date of consecration of church
|Dairy House farm cottage, Burton|
Dairy House farm cottage, Salisbury Road Burton. House shown being rethatched by J.H. Harman Thatcher
|Dairy House Farm, Burton|
Dairy House Farm, Salisbury Road, Burton. Thatched property, view from road
Demolition of Guss common cottages including that of Mrs Amy Wareham
|Hamlet of Guss|
Guss Cottages are to be demolished
|Martins Hill Farmhouse, Burton|
Martins Hill Farmhouse, Burton
|Martins Hill Lane|
Photographs with notes on the back
|Martins Hill Lane, Burton|
Bob Croucher & lady shown outside a property being renovated, Martins Hill Lane Burton
|Old building interiors|
6 photographs unidentified of old building interiors, shown during renovations. Beams, fireplaces, stone floor. Could be Crabbs house Salisbury Road Burton. (see 10/7)
|Old game larder at Burton|
Coloured photograph of a derelict plot with heaps of rubble, glimpse of the top of a house beyond the trees. Caption states: remains of the old Game larder at Burton, Christchurch after the developers got interested, demolished 1990. Photo by H.G. of 41 Treebys Close, Burton. (? Burley Manor).
|Painting of Stoney Cross|
Photo of a painting of Stoney Cross. Rural scene, farmyard with cows & sheep, thatched barn, farm cart, Christchurch Priory in distance
|Salisbury Road, Burton|
Description of buildings in Salisbury Road including Pineapple Inn, Staple Cross Lodge, The Cedars, Burton House, Martins Hill Farmhouse, Whitehayes House, URC Church, Pine Tree Cottage, Burton Green House, Church Cottage, St Luke’s Church, Burton Hall, The Cottage