Gill's estate is contained within the following 5 web pages. A 6th page containing her father Ralph Turner's burial records of St. Mary's parish church in Henham is at Burials from 1930 to 1989.


Here are 6 photos by Hunting Surveys Ltd of 4, Albermarle Street, London W1. The filming was taken on the 25th May 1960. The purpose is unknown but plans for the M11 motorway were being made at that time. The top of each photo is pointing towards the south. CLICK on any image to view an enlarged version.


aerial 1 - the B 1383 running vertically up the centre of the photo whilst the Cambridge - London railway line is on the left-hand side.

aerial 2 - in the centre, the Cambridge to London train line snaking towards the top left-hand corner alongside Old Mead Lane showing the junction with Hall Road.

aerial 3 - the junction of Hall Road with Old Mead Lane in the centre and almost at the top

aerial 4
aerial 4 - Hall Road at the top

aerial 5
aerial 5 - Old Mead Lane and the railway line both vertically towards the edge of the left-hand side

aerial 6
aerial 6 - Old Mead Lane and the railway line vertically in the centre
1970 looking northwards up Crow Street

looking northwards after Vernons Close was built

similar to above but only southwards to Vernons Close

above: similar to above but slightly larger image

below: 6 photos generously given by Thomas Nugent
cherry green
archeological dig near Elsenham
Cherry Green
Gaunts End
pledgdon wood
Gaunts End
Pledgdon Wood
wood farm
St Mary's church, Chickney Wood Farm, Pledgdon
microwavetower2 microwavetower1
Henham microwave tower - our thanks to Thomas Nugent