Farnham Royal List Descriptions in PDF format
War Memorial. 1920, with names of World War II fallen added later. Rough Cornish Granite with lead letter on York stone platform. St Martin’s Cross on a shaft set on a deep plinth of square plan. To west face, names of the 25 killed in World War I, under which “DEATH IS SWALLOWED UP IN VICTORY”. To east face, names of the 16 killed in World War II. SU 98 SE FARNHAM ROYAL PARSONAGE LANE Yew Place (formerly the Old Rectory) 8/461 Date: 23.9.55 C16, refronted in C18 and restored. Colour-washed roughcast; old tile roof. Two storeys and attic with 5 restored dormers. Roughly symmetrical facade with gabled projections left centre and right centre. On left hand, one-storey extension with hipped end to roof and a 1:3:1 sash with pediment. On right hand, kitchen wing with entrance behind old red brick wall. First floor, in gables, paired sashes with pediments and 4 sashes. Ground floor with, in left hand gable, a modern door and, in right hand gable, a 1:3:1 sash with pediment. Central section with modern door and 2 sashes. Interior with C16 and C18 panelling and close string newel staircase with modern balusters. VCH III, p.226; RCHM I, p.155. SU 98 SE FARNHAM ROYAL SLOUGH ROAD The Crown Public House 8/463 II Cl7, refronted C19. Timber-framing on exposed left hand gable; painted brick old tile roof. Front elevation; dentil eaves cornice. Two storeys. First floor with three 3-light casements beneath barge-boarded gables rising into roof. Ground floor with door beneath. C19 tiled and gabled hood of heavy timbers on brackets and on each side, one sash with cambered brick relieving arch. At left hand, another window with cambered brick relieving arch. All windows with glazing bars. Hanging inn sign over entrance; wrought iron bracket attached to roof. SU 98 SE FARNHAM ROYAL SLOUGH ROAD The Duke's Head Public House 8/464 II Early Cl7 refaced. Brick; old tile roof, hipped at right hand end. Modillion eaves cornice. Two storeys. First floor with 3 sash windows, the central one with a lead apron. Ground floor with 3 sashes with wooden shutters and camberedbrick relieving arches and a modern door. All windows with glazing bars.Hanging inn sign, wooden bracket. RCHM I, p.155, VCH III, p.226.