Map of Crown Road around Wayside and Rectory Farm
Map showing development of land around Wayside and Rectory Farm c. 1954.
Rosie Jeffs had lived at Stile Cottage 2 in Farm Close Lane, prior to a move to Wayside, 3 Crown Road, during W.W.l - a cottage also owned by her step-grandfather, Tom Parsons. He also owned the land to the east including the plot where The Bungalow 4 was built c. 1923 into which she moved. The stable 1 was converted in 1939 to a home and then rebuilt in 1956 and again in 1977. Wayside was sold to Williamson together with the land to the east with the exception of the corner fronting Crown Road/Friday Lane which was incorporated into the plot on which The Bungalow was built. The outbuildings 5 to the east of Wayside were used by Williamson as a workshop for his camera business.