George Ewart Evans collection

Poacher, Lewis. George Ewart Evans collection

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  • Recording locations

    Grove Farm, Blaxhall, Suffolk

  • Interviewees

    Poacher, Lewis (speaker, male)

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    Evans, George Ewart (speaker, male)

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    George Ewart Evans interviews Lewis Poacher about the Blaxhall Stone which he recalls was ploughed up by his father-in-law, William Ling who then carried and placed it in Stone Farm. It is believed that the stone has grown in size. His father-in-law was a horse-man and also received copper kettles as a reward for his ploughing.

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