Peat Cott, Peatcot, Peetcott, you decide.
A card from an unknown publisher commemorating the opening of Peat Cot Chapel opened 5th August 1912.
A photograph taken by my father at an unknown date in the 1950's. On the rear of this picture is written "Jack Worth's cottage, Peatcott". It has been suggested that this building may in fact be at Postbridge, however, looking at the image below the building can be seen in the background of the picture of... (Update - information from Martin Fox indicates that this building was a ruin by the 1950's, so this image may well be from quite earlier.)
Peat Cott farm pictured at an unknown date. To the right of the picture can be glimpsed the Chapel building.
I am indebted to Martin Fox for the following series of images. Martin is in the fifth picture with Maud and Cecil, his brother, and one of the visiting preacher's daughters...also called Worth!