0034…Field Farm

owlHISTORY OF STOKE GIFFORD
Edited by Adrian Kerton

Field Farm

The Cricket club often observed a barn owl that appeared to live at Field Farm and adopted it as their logo and it has since become the logo of the Parish Council

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Photographs of Field Farm by Mike Stanbrook c.1980

Field Farm was situated on the east side of Rock Lane

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1814 Valuation

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Census 1851 Stoke Gifford

FIELD FARM
WITCHELL Richd b Head Married 57 Farming 185 Acres& 6 Labrs Yatton Kynell Wil
WITCHELL Mary Wife Married 52 Butcomb Som
WITCHELL Jane Daughter Unmarried 19 Farmers Dau Stoke Gifford Gls
WITCHELL Sidney b Son Unmarried 18 Farmers Son Stoke Gifford Gls
WITCHELL Rich b Son Unmarried 16 Farmers Son Stoke Gifford Gls
WITCHELL Susan Daughter Unmarried 14 Farmers Dau Slimbridge Gls
WAGER Harriot Servant Unmarried 19 Stoke Gifford Gls
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