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This book describes the fascinating history of the Tudor building in Market Street, Hailsham, which dates from 1540, the second oldest house in the Town. The book traces its life from a country Inn ("Flower de Luce") to a cioaching inn, then Poorhouse to Workhouse, to Infirmary, then into four business units until the "Great Fire" of 1889, and Hailsham's first Fire Station plus the many trades and functions since then. In all, 480 years of the social history of Hailsham wih interesting and hidden facts about the innkeepers and the building itself, together with a look at Hailsham's 'Union' Workhouse.
This book is moderately priced at £10 (plus £3 p & p)
It is available from the following local suppliers:
OR direct from the author - firstname.lastname@example.org
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Previous publications include-
"The Heroes of Hailsham" ISBN;- 978-0-9569155-0-4
"The Heroes of Hellingly" ISBN;- 978-0-9569155-1-1
Both books detail the fascinating history of the war memorials shown and illustate the lives of all those who are named on the several memorials and who died for their country. A few copies of this much sought after book are still available at a discounted price. Contact me for details.
If you would like to purchase a copy of this book, either contact me direct or pick up a copy from the local suppliers shown in the text: