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Whittington Hill early 1900 taken from T P Woods Almanac 1904

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Engraving of Revolution House (1839) taken from The History of Chesterfield with particulars of the Hamlets contiguous to the Town, printed by  Whittaker and Co.

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Railway crossing at the bottom of Whittington Hill

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Blacking Mills picture taken from Derbyshire Times Chesterfield Herald 6 February 1932

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Sketch of the Cock and Pynot Inn by Jacob Schnebbelie taken from the Gentlemans Magazine of 1910

Engraving of Whittington Church Fords History of Chesterfield (1839)

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Samuel Pegge (1704-1796)  Rector of Old Whittington for 45 years taken from Derby Mercury 7th April 1796

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BEFORE WAR MEMORIAL

Junction of High Street and Church Street before the War Memorial

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The Revolution House when it was still a family home

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Whittington Hill c1900

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High Street c1900

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Bulls Head top of Whittington Hill again c1900

(Pictures courtesy of Picture the Past)

 

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Photo courtesy of Chesterfield Museum

Old Whittington War Memorial – The Unveiling and Dedication on February 20th 1921

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(Picture from personal collection of L J Bell)

Wood View The Brushes c. early 1900?

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The Brushes Infant and Junior School

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Picture from the Laurence Knight collection courtesy of Chesterfield and District Local History Society

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Picture from the Laurence Knight collection courtesy of Chesterfield and District Local History Society

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Whittington House where the Swanwick family lived picture taken in 1960’s after the Swanwick family had left.  (Picture courtesy of Chris Merrick).