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Davis

DAVIS:
Florence Davis
Photo copyright of Martin White

Duggleby

DUGGLEBY:
Harold Duggleby (1920-2011)
Bettina Pearl Duggleby nee Driscoll (1919-2007)

Photo copyright of Martin White

In loving memory of
Bettina Pearl Duggleby
(nee Driscoll)
18th July 1919 – 20th February 2007
Who lived in this village 1938-43
and her beloved husband
Harold Duggleby
18th May 1920 – 13th January 2011
Dugg guarded the coast here in 1940
& first met Betty in Tyneham Post Office

Double Cottages

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Double Cottages at Tyneham taken from the south-west

The top of the street was closed by a gate across the Lulworth road. A wicket gate alongside and a metalled pathway led to the head gardener’s cottage, passing the backs of two more houses on the way. These houses were both small and inconvenient and only suitable for housing one or at most two persons.

Lilian Bond

Occupants of Double Cottages

The cottage on the eastern side was home to:

  • 1881: John Richards and family
  • 1881: George Richards and family
  • 1881: George Richards

The cottage on the western side was home to:

  • 1881: William Guy and family
  • 1891: Charles Smith and family
  • 1901: Alfred Tizzard and family

Double Cottages Tyneham

The eastern cottage was long occupied by old George Richards and, when he could no longer “do for himself”, by a widowed sister who looked after him.

Lilian Bond

The other cottage held the Alfred Tizzards, who would have managed well in it by themselves but [they] had Mrs. Tizzard’s invalid brother, Philip Harvell, living with them and were seldom without a brother’s or sister’s child as well.

Lilian Bond

Location of Double Cottages

Double Cottages lie to the east of Tyneham Church and The Row


Page last updated: 25 June 2021

Holland Family

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Members of the Holland family lived at Tyneham from after 1911 until the evacuation in December 1943


John Holland (1845–1920)


Tyneham resident John Holland (1845-1920)
Photo courtesy of Mark White

John was born on 6 May 1845 at Somerstown, Middlesex. He married Rose Ballam Hansford (1861–1944) on 25 August 1879 at St Paul’s Church, Hounslow Heath. Rose was born on 7 March 1861 at Turnerspuddle, Dorset. She was the daughter of John Hansford and Elizabeth Ballam.

John and Rose had eleven children, two of whom died in infancy and three of whom died serving their country:

In 1911, John and Rose were living at Hurpston near Bradle along with five of their six youngest children: Albert, John, Alice, Charlton and Percy.

John senior died on 3 May 1920 aged 74 and was buried in Tyneham Churchyard on 6 May 1920.. In September 1939 Rose was living at 5 Steer Road, Swanage. She died in Swanage on


Children of John and Rose Holland


  • John James Holland (1880–1881) – born at Heston but died as an infant
  • James Edward Holland  (1882–1959) – James was born at Hounslow and married Lillian Amelia Margaret ‘Margaret’ Cosh at Bere Regis, Dorset on 4 April 1904 – they had six or more children and lived at Bloxworth, then Truro and Falmouth in Cornwall
  • Thomas Henry Holland (1884-1886) – born at Hounslow but died
  • William Holland (1886–1946) – born at Hounslow – never married – lived with Percy & Nellie Kerley first at Baltington and then East Stoke – died in Poole and buried in an unmarked grave at East Stoke.
  • Henry ‘Harry’ Holland (1888–1915) – Private Henry Holland was killed in action on 8 December 1915 in Mesopotamia (now Iraq) aged 27 – he is commemorated on the Memorial Plaque in Tyneham Church – see War Dead
  • Albert Edward Holland (1892–1972) – born Wareham. In 1920 he was living at Lutton.
Albert Edward Holland
  • Margaret Elizabeth Holland (1894-1977) – born at Bere Regis – known as Meg – married Alf Runyard at Tyneham and lived at East Stoke before moving to East Lulworth
  • John Holland  (1897–1916)– born at Bere Regis – John served as a Private in the Hampshire Regiment in WW1. Sadly John was shot during the Battle of the Somme and died of his wounds at Netley Military Hospital. He was buried at Netley Abbey and is commemorated on the Netley War Memorial and on the Memorial Plaque in Tyneham Church – see War Dead
  • Alice Rose Holland (1898–1993) – ‘Rose’ was born at Bere Regis and married Frederick James Churchill (1895-1968) at Tyneham on 24 January 1920 – Fred and Rose had three children: Margaret (1923-2005) , Leslie (1927-2005) and Freda (1930-2018) – At the outbreak of the Second World War the family were living at 5 Steer Road in Swanage
Alice 'Rose' Churchill nee Holland of Tyneham
  • Charlton Holland  (1901–1944) – born at Bere Regis –  Able-Seaman Charlton Holland was killed in WW2 on 25 February 1944 when a German U-Boat sinks HMS Mahratta – see War Dead
  • Percy Victor Holland (1903–1991) – Percy was born at Bere Regis on 1 April 1903 and married Florence May ‘Flo’ Davis (1908-1993) on 4 June 1927 at Tyneham – Flo was the daughter of George Davis (1876-1927) and his wife Ellen Louise Davis nee Osmond (1884-1977) – Percy and Flo lived at Up Under Barrow half-way between Baltington Farm and Worbarrow – their daughter Margaret now lives in Australia
Percy Holland at Tyneham Farm 1920s
Photo courtesy of Mark White

Page last updated: 28 June 2021


Up Under Barrow

Home|Off Limits|Baltington|Charnel|North Egliston|Povington|South Egliston|Tyneham House|Up Under Barrow|Whiteway Off Limits: Up Under Barrow is strictly off limits at all times. Up Under Barrow lies on the track from Baltington to Worbarrow. Former residents are believed to include: 1939 Percy Victor Holland (1903-1991) & familyPercy Kerley (1886-1959) & family Continue reading

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War Dead

Home | The war memorial plaque can be found in Tyneham Church. It commemorates six men associated with Tyneham who lost their lives in the First World War. Below we record details of all of the men associated with Tyneham that we know of who have lost their lives serving… Continue reading

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Kerley Family

Home|Families|A-E|F-J|K-O|P-T|U-Z The Kerley Family were living at Up Under Barrow, between Baltington and Worbarrow, in 1939 Percy Henry John Kerley (1886-1959) Percy was born on 2 May 1886 in Christchurch, Hampshire. He was the son of woodcutter Cornelius Kerley (1843-1937) and his wife Sarah Sophia Kerley nee King (1846-1915). Percy… Continue reading

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Holland Family

Home|Families|A-E|F-J|K-O|P-T|U-Z Members of the Holland family lived at Tyneham from after 1911 until the evacuation in December 1943 John Holland (1845–1920) John was born on 6 May 1845 at Somerstown, Middlesex. He married Rose Ballam Hansford (1861–1944) on 25 August 1879 at St Paul’s Church, Hounslow Heath. Rose was born… Continue reading

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1975: Tyneham’s ration of nostalgia

HISTORY stopped at Tyneham 32 years ago. Just before Christmas,1943, the villagers gave up their homes to make way for an army firing range, and the village died. The villagers of Tyneham never went back. Their bitter and protracted struggle for possession of their homes ended in failure as the… Continue reading

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