From Historical Hastings
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Also known as the Ore Valley Farm, this farm was named for its owner, James Field, which he held for over 40 years. The farm became a favourite rendezvous for school trips and excursions during the late 19th century. The owner gave up the farm due to poor health and moved to Eversfield Place prior to his death in 1902.
References & Notes
- ↑ British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 26 April 1902 Pg. 0006