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My Dad grew up in this house in the 1930's. Christine, are we related somehow??
Isobel Pennington, 18 July 2016
Hello, my Great Grandfather (Arhur Henry Frederick Horn, known as Fred) was at Glavenside in 1917. He was injured on 14th 1917 in the 1st World War. I have a photograph of him outside Glavenside on the lawn with other injured me, nurses and a band. Dated 29th May 1917. It [...]
Dave Horn, 17 July 2016
No longer a Public House , Known as the White House
Derek Eames, 16 July 2016
This is a great site. I am descended from the Gatacres of Gatacre Hall. So far the furthest I go back is to Thomas Gatacre b. 1574 in London. Cheers.
Helen Smith, 8 July 2016
Hi Quite a few of my ancestors lived in Muspole street in 19th century. One relative was a bottle merchant, wondered if she had anything to do with the pub. I am researching my family history so very interested in where they lived, their occupations etc Sheila
sheila Pye, 6 July 2016
I stayed in Nansough Manor in the late 1970s. I am going to visit Cornwall in September. Is it possible to visit the manor house and/or the grounds?
Bill Ried, 4 July 2016
You say see notes ?? There are no notes, Lived the saw the inscription many times want to see what it meant
, 4 July 2016
This church IS IN ECCLESIASTICAL USE. The remains of its predecessor is about a mile away, also dedicated to All Saints, and IS NOT IN USE. Photo can be supplied if required.
Bryn Clinch, 30 June 2016
The small, one manual, organ was once in Buckingham Palace and was the personal property of Albert, the Prince Consort.
Bryn Clinch, 30 June 2016
Numbers 20 and 22 in this listed terrace are currently being refurbished and converted back from offices into two households with private residents.
Steve Ellwood, 25 June 2016
I was evacuated here during WWII. Matron Iris Braby in charge. I remember hunting for dyed easter eggs in the garden and being taken for walks down Stella's Lane (Stella was a cow that was tethered there).
Colin E Bailey, 22 June 2016
The listed building description of this building is woefully inadequate. This building is a 5 bay. mid smoke bay cottage built around C1580. It would originally had wattle and daub panel infill and not the brick noggin seen here today, and almost certainly have been thatched.
Roland Locke, 21 June 2016