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Mr. & Mrs. Tom Paton
Moving to Hill Farm - 24th November 1955

Red area - site of the old cottages
Cottages that once stood near Hill Farm House

Sid Frost who worked at Hill Farm for Mr. Souster
Terms of Employment 1953 P. S. Frost
Hill Farm October 3rd 1966
The cost of the combine harvester was £2,500

Haversham W.I. Book 1966

The image shows a most unique row of stone columns supporting the roof of a barn at Hill Farm. The fabric of each column is cut and shaped stones built in a buff mortar, and of a very early date.

These columns stand over the site of a proved Roman Villa of some extent. They have not been dated accurately but Dr. Graham Webster of Birmingham University Archaeology Department, stated after a visit that “the base of these columns could well be of Roman construction”. He did not disprove the fabric as of Roman date.

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Stone Columns
Finds at Hill Farm

Ruins of Wood Farm