Copy of a photograph 1890's Mid Hants Railway 2nd from left Tommy Newman Lived in Station Terrace and 1 Dene Cottages (ROP/001/001/072)
One Autumn day in 2019 when walking across a ploughed field in Ropley I found what began a three year ...
Black and white photograph of Miss Marianna Hagen, no further information available. (ROP/001/001/005)
Hampshire Chronicle article dated 14th August 2014 articulating the then view that it would take up to 3 months for repairs to start on the church due to the extent of the damage. Gives some detail as to levels of damage to the building and the state of the bells. (ROP/001/002/003)
Hampshire Chronicle article dated 20th July 2017 - stating that the 800 year old church devastated by fire back in 2014 is on course to be rebuilt. Plans well underway to restore St Peters after planning permission was granted by East Hampshire District Council (ROP/001/002/005)
Hampshire Chronicle article dated 21st March 2019 reporting work begins to resurrect church with pictures of the ruins and also artists impression of the inside of the new church (ROP/001/002/007)
Hampshire Chronicle article dated Thursday 18th September 2014 covering the precarious state of the bells and that this was stopping fire investigators completing their probe into he causes of the church fire. Fire bosses stating that parts of the building remain too unsafe for investigators to complete their work 3 months after the blaze Repairs estimated ... (ROP/001/002/004)
Page 2 of the article covering the fire that occurred at the 800 year old St Peters church Ropley on 24th June 2014 (ROP/001/002/002)
Herald article 28th March 2919 church is starting it's return. 5 years after the fire rebuild process has finally begun. (ROP/001/002/008)
Herald article dated 8th February 2018 covering plans tto replace the fire ravaged church (ROP/001/002/006)
On the north wall of St Peter’s Church there was a memorial tablet dedicated to Sarah Rodney, wife of James ...
A summary of the life of Miss Hagen, where she lived in the village, and her various donations to the village.
Page 1 of a newspaper article from the Hampshire Chronicle dated 26th June 2014 reporting the fire at St Peter's Church which took place on Thursday 19th June 2014 (ROP/001/002/001)
Illustration of Ropley church drawn by A. Quinton for Julia Cartwright's account of The Pilgrim's Way. First published in book form in 1893. (ROP/001/001/004)
Black and white photograph. Western elevation of St Peter's and graveyard with three people. Pre 1896. (ROP/001/001/001)
Black and White Photograph of St Peter's Church, Ropley of eastern elevation with three people. And Dover Cottage. Pre 1896. (ROP/001/001/002)
Black and white photograph of St Peter's Church. North eastern elevation across the graveyard with church cottages in background (ROP/001/001/003)
Photograph of a postcard of Church Street dated Sep 24th 1926 on the back. The house on the right (now called Fordes), at that time belonged to Mr Ford. The sign over the door advertises his business as a decorator and glazier. Also was registrar of births, deaths and marriages until at least 1932. (ROP/001/005/001)
Photograph of the first (Primative) Methodist Chapel built 1869. On corner of Gilbert Street and Andrew's Lane. Extensively remodeled as a domestic dwelling once a new methodist chapel was built in Vicarage Lane in 1908. It it now looks unrecognisable and is presently called Eleanor House. From photo Album 3 (ROP/001/016/008)
The gravestone project was started in 2019 to photograph all the memorials in Ropley churchyard. A transcription survey was done in the 1980s and this has been published by the Hampshire Genealogical Society (HGS). The church also has a similar list created by an earlier vicar in the 1990s. These two documents have been used ... (ROP/008)
Colour illustrated School Certificate in Religious knowledge in the Five Lanes End, Ropley School. Two examinations in 1921 and 1922 for Lionel Fielding Day Signed by church dignitaries, including the vicar (ROP/001/004/002)
Lionel Fielding Day attended Ropley school, was examined in Religious Knowledge on 13th June 1895 and 6th July 1896 Bishop at the time was A Winton (ROP/001/004/017)