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George was my 9x Grandfather. Having great fun piecing things together. His father John was summoned as an archer in 1588 to prepare for the Spanish Invasion
Simon Bower, 21 February 2017
Despite being listed, this building was demolished in 1979 - it was one of the first cases taken up (and lost!) by the newly formed Leicester Group of the Victorian Society.
Peter Ellis, 21 February 2017
The building was owned by Sir Roger Errington who in 1830 sold the building to Aitken a tailor. It was Aitken who remodeled the facade and added both his and wife's initials above the doorway. Subsequently the premises has been the home to a coffin makes, sweet shop, coffee shop, art [...]
Steve Ellwood, 20 February 2017
Just watching Who do you think you are and Nigel Havers ancestors used to live and work Couch Mill
Sarah, 19 February 2017
The listing text describes this as a Baptist Church - it is Unitarian.
Steve Ellwood, 18 February 2017
Just a small point, but I think this building's correct address is Allerton - not Garston. Next door Beechley Stables are in Allerton.
Frances Carleton, 17 February 2017
I was born at Beverley House in October 1939. The naval nursing home in Southsea had been moved there at the outbreak of war and my mother caught the bus from Southsea to Wickham. There was much concern that she would give birth on the bus but luckily she made [...]
Diana Rose, 17 February 2017
It is interesting to see these comments from people born in East End Hospital as I was born there in1943. I didn't return till 1991 when I over visiting from N.Z.
Richard Wright , 17 February 2017
When Brankstone Grange was known as Haldane house it was a Dr Barnardo's boys home in 1946. My parents were the House Parents there and as a baby I lived with them. I have some photographs of the early days.
COLIN LAMBERT, 16 February 2017
This is now called Vino's Ale and Wine Tavern
Andy Williams, 10 February 2017
Thanks for the information. Our official website can be found at https://www.sacredheartaston.com
Sacred Heart Aston, 9 February 2017
Absolutely disgraceful that this listed building and its gardens has been allowed to fall into such a state of disrepair. It has been this way for years.
Jane Martin, 7 February 2017