Angram Bank Farm, High Green
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The Angram in Angram Bank Farm is a name borrowed from fields surrounding the farm, anger meaning pasture and angerum meaning ‘at the pasture’. This photograph was reputedly taken by some Americans visiting High Green sometime before the First World War who were retracing the footsteps of Charles Wesley. John Robert Gore stands in the doorway and the children are (left to right) Norman, Sally, Harry and Edith Eleanora Gore.
|Archiving Reference Number||A/005/a/B CHGA|
|Contributor/s||Original from Alan Boulton|
|Date Donated to the EDA||1st June 2015|
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