A Fascinating Day in Woodbridge

I promised in my last News Letter that I would write a short account of a visit that Val and I made to Woodbridge in October..   I think it was possibly the only wet day during the whole of the month, but it was nevertheless a fascinating trip.   We had been to Woodbridge before, but this was the first time we gave ourselves the opportunity to look around some of the Pulhams’ old Home Town. Continue reading “A Fascinating Day in Woodbridge”

1827-49 – Working with Thomas Smith

SM 43 – Dec 14

Introduction

Chapters 1 and 2 of Rock Landscapes: The Pulham Legacy deals with the early years in the lives and work of the Pulham family, but there was insufficient space available to go into too much detail about their building projects with Thomas Smith.   The purpose of this month’s ‘Site of the Month’ feature is to fill in some of the gaps. Continue reading “1827-49 – Working with Thomas Smith”

1845-55 – The Second Generation (Part 2)

People and Places Discussed and Pictured In Chapter 2 of: Continue reading “1845-55 – The Second Generation (Part 2)”

1793-1828 – How It All Began

People and Places Discussed and Pictured in Chapter 1 of: more