The Diary of Mary Ann Denham

Wootton Bridge 1857 -1859

Archive for September, 1857

September 27th, 1857 by Mary Ann

Sunday 27th September 1857

Mr.G.C.W. and Mrs Tharle when to Rookley.

September 21st, 1857 by Mary Ann

Monday 21st September 1857

Littletown teaparty. In the afternoon Miss Lydia, Ann Elizabeth,.Alice Cooper, Miss Jane Brading, Miss Bagnell, Julia and I went to the tea party. When we arrived there the chapel was full and we were obliged to wait for the second course. There was a very large company for tea, but still it was nothing so […]

September 20th, 1857 by Mary Ann

Sunday 20th September 1857

Sabbath school anniversary at Littletown chapel. In the afternoon I went to church and drank tea at Mr. Tharles, after tea Josiah and Mrs. Tharles and I took a walk as far as Littletown expecting to hear them sing “Jerusalem” but people were coming out when we arrived there.

September 8th, 1857 by Mary Ann

Tuesday 8th September 1857

A very wet day. In the afternoon I went to the “Lay Preacher Union” Teaparty at Littletown and I think I can with truth assert that I have not for a very long time, spent such a really happy time as I did at the meeting. In the evening it was really delightful, Mr. White […]