From the parishes of Bottesford and Muston, Leicestershire.
Family Tree - 18th and 19th Centuries
From the memoirs of Andrew Nugee
A vintage car (can someone tells what it is, please?), with children Iris, Irene, Phyllis, Edgar and Alan Sharpe, c.1920. ...
Five old pictures contributed by Sheila Jones, showing the children of the Sharpe family, Mr Challands, Mr James North, the ...
Photographs from the Donger family collection, Muston.
From the collection of Richard Donger
Lists of 'absent' servicemen, compiled for the 1918 General Election
Saved from the Silverfish
Detailed map of Muston from the sale catalogue compiled, 1920.
The layout of lines and stations around Bottesford, c.1960, before the Beeching Closures were enacted
PDF copy of Muston Village Heritage Trail, created in 2008
Scans of pages from documents belonging to Mr David Wright, whose father was once the landlord of the Wheatsheaf Pub ...
Forge Cottage and the Teacher’s House, Muston
The Forge Cottage, Muston
Forge Cottage and the White House (Mr Wright’s house), Muston.
The Forge Cottage, Muston, before it was re-modelled as the thatched restaurant of today
The Muston coach outing – villagers waiting to get aboard the charabanc for a day’s outing to the coast
Deliveries at the Wheatsheaf in 1896 – this has long been known as The Muston Gap, or latterly the Gap ...
Very smartly dressed – could be the celebrations of the coronation of Edward VII.
In the years before the passing of the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834, parishes had to administer their own ...