Westwick or Tree Farm

Does anyone know??

By Janet Penn

The Seax Archeaology site describes Tree Farm as a single-storied house with attics, timber-framed and weatherboarded, with thatched roofs. Built in the 17th century, the house is of central-chimney type with `modern additions' to the rear and an original central chimneystack.

This clearly is a very good description of the farm house in the picture. I cannot find a description of Westwick Farmhouse. It could have been of similar construction.

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This page was added by Janet Penn on 12/10/2013.
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My father believes your photo to be a picture of the farm house at tree farm. My father was brought up on Monkswick farm during the war, were he lived with my grandparents. My grandfather was the farm foreman for Northwick & Westwick farms during the war period. After the war (approx. 1950) My grandfather rented both Northwick farm & Westwick Farm. My grandfather also rented Tree farm from about 1966. My father today stills rents tree farm from the land owners (Coles of Tilbury).

By David Lazell
On 02/02/2014

Thank your father for enlightening us. If there is anything further he can tell us about the farms at this end of the island please contact me on jan@canveyisland.org

By Janet Penn
On 02/02/2014

David , I used to work with Len Lazell, Pat and David his sons at the Farm at the bottom of Northwick Road. Are you Davids son who had blonde hair and glasses.

By Joe Nash
On 27/01/2018

Hi Joe, yes I am Davids son, hair not so blonde now but still got the glasses. Dad stills rents Northwick and Tree farm.

By David Lazell
On 11/02/2018

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