|Aerial view of Sopley|
Aerial colour photograph of Sopley, showing the Mill, river and church
|Enclosure of Winkton and Sopley|
Original and transcript
|New homeland for the boat people|
Article about boat people at Sopley
Photo of a painting which stated is signed ‘near Sopley, Houle 1861’. Scene shows a girl standing with a cat and large earthenware jug by a farm which has several derelict buildings. On the right are a couple of haystacks.
Photo (Black & white) of a painting of a rural cottage at Sopley. A pond is in the foreground and a church in the background. Photo stored with a copy of a property sales poster – see next record 2384.
Property Auction sale poster. Lot 1: A cottage or tenement & garden at Ripley in the Parish of Sopley in occupation of William Tuck. Lot 2: 2 tenements & garden at Ripley in occupation of Henry Barrow held under the Lord of the Manor of Avon Auction sale to be held at the Woolpack Inn, Sopley on 10 March 1846
A row of 4 terraced cottages, place not known. Note on back says Sopley? Houses have a small wood porch over the front door and a small front garden, most fenced but one with a garden wall. 2 of the upper windows in the terrace have been bricked in.
Village scene in Sopley, on the left on the roadway is a flock of sheep, on the right outside one of the 2 thatched houses is a 2 wheeled cart containing baskets with a donkey in the shafts – at ease eating from a fodder sack, a man leans against house wall. Writing at base of photograph says; 19.851. At Sopley 17 Oct 85. Note on back states Woolpack Inn.
Cutting with photographs of display
|Sopley Church Fete|
1. Sopley Church Restoration Fund Fete 8 July 1931. 2. letter from Sopley Vicarage to Mr. Druitt 1908 from J.F. Vallings
Lack of help for villagers
Christchurch Times article
|Sopley village and church|
From history of Hampshire
Cuttings about mystery of age of Woolpack Inn