Abbots Langley

St Paul's, Langleybury

(Hunton Bridge)

 

St Pauls, Langleybury - posted 1911 - No publisher

Posted to Master Albert Richardson, 45 Whittlebury, Towcester, Northants, by Aunt ?Mary?
 

Langleybury Church, Hunton Bridge

 No publisher.  Probably 1930s - trees higher than in war memorial picture.

   

About one mile and a-half from Abbots Langley is Hunton Bridge, which in 1869 was constituted a chapelry to the mother church of St Lawrence. A very beautiful church, dedicated to St Paul, was built in the composite style, endowed by W. J. Lloyd, Esq., at a cost of 7000; it is of flint, with Bath-stone dressings, and consists of a nave, chancel, north aisle, south chapel, porch, and a tower, containing six bells, with a spire. The living is a Curacy, under Abbot's Langley, with a separate charge, of the annual value of 150, with a residence. There are handsome schools and a Baptist Chapel.

Crawley's Guide to Hertfordshire, 1880

The War Memorial at Hunton Bridge
Abbots Langley War Memorial, Hunton Bridge, Hertfordshire - Rexatone Series  

Rexatone Series

 

Other Rexatone cards found online were posted

1923-27

 

 

Abbots Langley War Memorial - Names: Bloor, Burgess, Buck, Chambers, Crawley, Coldman, Damvill, Glen, Golding, Herring, Hoford, Hudson, Joy, Keep, Lomes, Loyd, Maxwell, Rickett, Shaw, Smith, Swannell, Walker, ??

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