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This listing is St.Mary's Church in Cleeton St.Mary, not St.Mary's in Bitterley. This church is on a popular walkers route and is always open. There are refreshments available inside.
Joanne Gibbon, 17 April 2016
I was born there on 3 May 1946. My mother always referred to the room I was born in next to a Chinese Marble Fireplace as the Ballroom. My father was a Royal Marine at the time ex HMS Berwick and then HMS Theseus..
Ken Butt, 15 April 2016
Parts of the buildings gateway have been removed recently.
James Buchanan, 15 April 2016
Torryburn and Newmills Community Council are interested in preserving what is left of this bridge. We know who owns the land to the west but not the east. The land to the east was the site of Marshalls Bleachworks. If anyone can shed any light on the ownership of this [...]
John Emery-Barker, 13 April 2016
I am a direct line descendant of the Burn-Murdoch family. I noticed that several have either pictures of drawings of the estate. I would LOVE to have scans of any which you would so kindly share. I have been wanting all my life to come to Scotland, Ireland and England. Still [...]
Cynthia Prewitt Vaughan, 12 April 2016
I had another look at this site as someone, who was also at this school, contacted me and mentioned my comments. What a lovely surprise to see a comment from Catherine Bird (Campbell). Catherine, I would love to get in contact with you as we were good friends while at [...]
Jean Sinclair (nee Adamson), 12 April 2016
I am please to say that John asbury Bailey was my great great grandfarther
Louise, 9 April 2016
In the process of carrying out family research for my father's side of the family, I've come across the family who used to live and run this pub in 1911. Fascinating.
Valerie Thorley, 8 April 2016
The pub has been renamed to The Farrier. Tony
Tony Wells, 29 March 2016
Nowhere does this article say that Champions has been demolished - I can assure you it still stands to this day. The lands around it have been sold off over time, doubtless due to the extortionate taxes demanded on such a marvelous old estate. Champions is still a [...]
Sarah Jane, 29 March 2016
H ello the Obelisk at Padstow is on goggle map as The Queen Elizabeth monument but it was erected for Queen Victoria's jubilee in 1887
elizabeth , 27 March 2016
I was born on a sheiselong in the sitting room, in this house, at 04.30hrs on the 11th June, 1961. At the time my Grandfather Peter Smith owned it. He lived there for many years with his wife my grandmother Jessie Crawford Smith. Grandfather also had a big walled garden [...]
Richard Anderson, 26 March 2016