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Greenfield Index of Pages

The following pages are designed to give a brief history of some aspects of the community. They are certainly not intended to be exhaustive and more work could be done, for example, on the interesting buildings with reference to census returns, electoral registers and name searches for owners and/or occupiers amongst our other archives, or on churches with reference to the parish records. We hope that reading these pages will encourage you to do more research of your own. If you find additional information on any of the pages below or, indeed, information on aspects of the community not covered here, we would love to hear from you and could publish your research here, giving credit, of course, where it is due!


The Village of Greenfield in General

Early Greenfield

Pulloxhill and Greenfield Manor

Greenfield Maps

Greenfield in Late Victorian Times

Nonconformity in Greenfield

Greenfield Registration and Early References

Wesleyan Methodism in Greenfield

Education in Greenfield

Early Education in Greenfield

Schedule of Children at Greenfield School in 1873

Greenfield School

Greenfield School in 1904

Sources for Education in Greenfield

Interesting Buildings in Greenfield

High Street

19 High Street, Greenfield

Rose Cottage, 40 High Street, Greenfield

Greenfield Farmhouse, 41 High Street Greenfield

42 and 42a High Street, Greenfield

63 to 67 High Street, Greenfield

Mill Lane

1 and 3 Mill Lane, Greenfield

Thatch End - 54 Mill Lane, Greenfield

Greenfield Mill

School Lane

16 and 18 School Lane, Greenfield

20 to 30 School Lane, Greenfield 

Licensed Premises in Greenfield

The Compasses Public House, Greenfield

The Nag's Head Public House, Greenfield

The Old Bell Public House, Greenfield

The Swan Beerhouse, Greenfield