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I thought you might like to know that my Father, Bryan Hawkis (dob 15.05.1942) was born in Formby and lived in Spankers Cottage with his parents and brother Jonathan Hawkins.
Georgina Hawkins, 5 January 2017
Just completed a family tree and it transpires that a relation lived at No. 2 in 1841 until 1870!!!
Linda Knight, 4 January 2017
I found previous comments very interesting. I too was born here on 19th Sept 1943 I had reason to check this out on Google Earth and saw that Tyringham Hall has been refurbished and must be either a private or commercial premises. How things change !!!! Paul Humphreys
Paul Humphreys, 2 January 2017
The gas lamps on nos 3 and 4 were put there by my father in the mid sixties when it was The Hansom Cab Restaurant.
Max Linder, 30 December 2016
Hi, can you tell me why a pathway splitting the cemetry was put at St Johns Church in Cardiff? Somebody has questioned it on Facebook. I watched many weddings using the pathway entrance from my 2nd floor office window in Working Street in the 1960s. So now [...]
Margaret Watkins, 27 December 2016
http://services.historicengland.org.uk/webfiles/GetFiles.aspx?action=dl&fileid=A84E32AF-A7F0-4CFA-88EF-25FC166AD817 Good Morning Here is the full English Heritage listing for The Elms, CT1 24BT Regards Alan Jones
ALAN JONES, 24 December 2016
I have grown up intrigued by this building and interested to know about its history. It is so disappointing to see that it has been left unloved and cared for when i am sure it will have such an interesting history. If anyone has any information on this building or [...]
Emily Booth , 20 December 2016
I was born there on Feb 16th 1950 and later my sister too on Aug 21st 1954.
Philip John Dodd, 20 December 2016
You have incorrect address listed It should be Linden House 4 Knight Street Sawbridgeworth CM21 9AT
Michael Carter, 13 December 2016
The Country Houses of Devon. Volume I, page 256-157 b.Hugh Melle. Black Dog Press, Crediton 2015.
Robert J.Ligthelm, 11 December 2016
Whilst the frontage of Millaton House still exhibits a pleasing symmetry, and the grounds still host several magnificent specimen trees, the rear of the building tells a rather different and sadder story. Against the fine sweeping, rubble stone wall against whose south side stood a now sadly demolished orangery, there [...]
Mrs Rose Dugard, 10 December 2016
There are plans to put a three storey apartment on the top of this tower.
Peter Hodge, 9 December 2016