Following Fred Buller’s death earlier in the year, Fred’s
widow, Margaret donated a carryall full of photographs which were not used in
his book “Fish& Fishermen; in
medieval church wall paintings”
These have now all been digitised and there are 108
different churches photographed, many with exterior and interior photographs.
However, the file amounts to 5.15GB so is too large to add to the archive for
viewing on line so we have included this photograph of how it looks in the
archive to give you some idea of the amount of work involved.
There were also a few loose photographs of five
churches which we cannot identify and were wondering if you would be able to
help us. If you recognise the churches, or even have an inkling where they may
be, please let us know. It would be great to complete this work as a tribute to
our Patron and friend.
one was in a folder marked Kent
but it isn’t certain
one appears to be made of Cotswold stone
We do need your help to conclude this exercise.