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Referring to my note above, I realise that A M Burn-Murdoch is most probably Alice??
Bridget Sarah Graham , 22 October 2016
I understand that my 2nd great grandfather Charles Smith was the postmaster at Lawshall. He is listed on the 1881 Census as postmaster, and I assume this historic home to be the village post office during that era???? My great grandfather Frederick Smith listed on that census came [...]
Betty Smith Meischen, 20 October 2016
Hi I am working on my family tree, and have come across one of my ancestors address as : 5 Rylands Building, can anyone shed any light on this address please ?
Irene Ward, 20 October 2016
Carol, I saw the restoration programme October 2016 and would also like to know what became of Page's Place.
Carol Squirrell, 18 October 2016
I spoke with the local historian and she also said that the first Gatacre hall was of wooden construction.... so I think the man is correct ... not sure what year they took it down to build the house as we know it ...but she knows so many wonderful story's [...]
Louise evans, 14 October 2016
the columns are red Shap granite not marble.
Graham Brooks, 11 October 2016
During the 1800's, these properties were occupied by the masters and pupils of Richmond School. One of those pupils was Charles Ludwidge Dodson, otherwise known as Lewis Carrol, the author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
Chris, 10 October 2016
The station has been brought back into use since the building was originally listed. See my photo, taken October 2016, of a train unit waiting at the platform.
Ken Stanford, 9 October 2016
This was the first house of my aunt and uncle. Mr and Mrs r Harley. They lived there sometime during the 1930s or 1940s .They then moved into Rosemary road before emigrating to Australia in 1948. I personally would like to know the age of this cottage. Regards Michael Birch.
Michael birch, 6 October 2016
As of September 2016, the site looks a complete eyesore & listed building or not needs to be demolished.
Ian Bradley, 28 September 2016
It's Church Farm House Not Church Farmhouse. I'm the owner.
Nick Langman , 28 September 2016
Only two bays of this once beautiful building survive, the other four bays were wantonly demolished by permission of the Reading Town Council in the 1960s, and replaced by a concrete and glass monstrosity. There are two black and white photographs in the Tate Gallery, taken by the artist John Piper, [...]
Bryan Colyer, 24 September 2016