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Morda Village

1863: Whitridge & Company Paper Manufacturers, Morda Paper Mill.
Source: Kelly's 1863.

Morda House, otherwise known as The House of Industry or Oswestry Workhouse. It was destroyed by fire in 1982

A charabanc trip from Morda House, probably in the1950s

Matron Mrs Bailey and staff at Morda House in 1919

Staff and residents at Morda House, date unknown

Photo of the Drill pub now called The Miners Arms. This would have been a very busy pub, with the miners finishing their shift and then relaxing at the end of the day.

Source: Ken Owen

Picture of the chapel situated at the side of Morda House

Children pictured at Christmas at the House of Industry

This photo is of the former Hen & Chickens pub. It was where the miners collected their wages. Quite often their wives would wait outside to stop them spending all their earnings inside. The building is now a private house.

Source: Ken Owen.

Newspaper cutting of a fatal accident in Morda dated September 14th 1871, involving a young man killed by a horse.

Source Oswestry Advertizer.
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