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Inkpen, Berkshire

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    Inkpen, Berkshire: OS Grid Reference(437500,164500)

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    University of Leeds

  • Recordist

    Barry, Michael (male, SED fieldworker)

  • Speakers

    Annett, Reuben (b.1876, male, retired blacksmith & agricultural engineer)

  • Description

    Reuben talks about his rĂ´le as the local pig-killer. Inglewood (just to the north of Inkpen), Kintbury (just to the northeast), West Woodhay (just to the southeast), Ham (just to the west) and Coombe (just to the southwest) are all nearby villages. Newbury is a town to the east of Inkpen and Hungerford a town to the northwest.

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