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St Margarets Of Antioch 3 Isfield East Sussex England Uk
England
This picturesque little church is tucked away in the village of Isfield, just North of Lewis on the river Ouse. In amongst the blossom which of course decided to start blowing in the wind the instant I started to take all the images!
Copyright: Geoff mather
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送信日: 01/05/2012
更新日: 04/07/2014
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Tags: g8dhe; church; trees; grass; blossom
  • Bonny Cother over 1 year ago
    I believe there is a memorial to John William Giles Loder and Ada Henrietta Cother in your church? Ref: H 2 New south side. My great, grand parents.....
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