Rectory Cottage 

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Grade II

Small C19 timber-framed and plastered building. One storey and attics.
Modern casement windows. Roof thatched, with 2 gabled dormers and end
external chimney stacks. 

This is a Postcard of Rectory Cottage 1904

Dated 1904


Emma, George and Walter Salmon. outside 
Rectory Cottage, About 1935


Walter salmon on the left, his son George in the middle, his grandson frank on the 
right holding Walters great granddaughter Barbara  Anne. About 1939

We had a Nanny who looked after the children.  Her name was Florence Mills, and she came from Newcastle.  She stayed with us all through.  She was in her young 30s when I was born, I suppose.  When we brought Priors Hall she had her sister came to work here and they looked after my grandmother.  They lived in a Rectory cottage nearby  
 1938 or 1939

Jeremy Dillon – Robinson: Memories of Widdington

Lilliput Lane Just for You

Lilliput Lane's "Just for You" is based on Rectory Cottage 
Please click on cottage to see John Saville, web site

British Newspaper Archive:
1925 Death.—John Muggins. 82. retired gamekeeper. Rectory Cottage, was seated his cottage Monday when complained of pains his chest.

County Of Essex 
Polling District of Widdington,
15th October, 1932
193 R 0
Alfred Walter Salmon, 
194 Rw Dw
Emily Salmon, 
Rectory Cottage,