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Tudor House, Rotherfield by Unknown - c 1850
Source: Our Village
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Tudor House - c 1850

The Post Office and Tudor House were occupied in the 19th century by a Mr King and was a considerable emporium purveying all manner of goods including groceries, wines, furniture, drapery and times pieces of every description. The canopied forecourt is a delightful nostalgic reminder of times long past.
from Our Village, written and published by The Rotherfield History Research Group in 1979
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