Up Under Barrow

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Off Limits: Up Under Barrow is strictly off limits at all times.

Up Under Barrow lies on the track from Baltington to Worbarrow.

Up Under Barrow Cottages from the north 1943
Up Under Barrow Cottages from the south-west 1943
Ordnance Survey Map published 1902

Former residents are believed to include:


  • Percy Victor Holland (1903-1991) & family
  • Percy Kerley (1886-1959) & family

Kerley Family


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 married Ellen Louisa Mary Evans (1887-1972) in 1915. ‘Nellie’ was born on 19 November 1887 and was the daughter of Flintshire miner James Evans and his Hampreston born wife Emma Ellen Evans nee Wills.

Percy and Ellen Kerley of Tyneham and East Stoke
Photo courtesy  of Mark White

Percy and Nellie did not have any children.

Percy and Nellie moved to East Stoke. Bill Holland lodged with them.

Percy died in 1959 and Nellie died at Salisbury Infirmary in 1972.

Also see Holland family page

Page last updated: 13 April 2020