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Correct name is Quinton Farm House
Niall McCormick, 19 May 2015
This Building was occupied by my GGGt Uncle Henry Garrett, & his wife Eliza Sara (Ne Porter) It is listed in the 1871, and 1881, Census of Wimborne. Henry was a Master Tailor, and his wife was a Dressmaker. The Shop was known as Henry Garrett, and Son, Tailors, and Outfitters. They lived [...]
Derek Garrett, 18 May 2015
Jerry, 15 May 2015
I made a plea about the old Newmills Bridge - back in 2012 - nothing was done - I now report that the Bridge has partly collasped due to neglect by all Parties responsible and we are now in danger of losing the Bridge altogether - now in it,s present [...]
Brian Montgomery, 14 May 2015
There are 2 chest tombs on east side of path and near other listed memorials. One is very near the church and plain. The other is shown here.
Nick, 14 May 2015
There are baptisms in Wix for six children of Robert Vesey (and variant spellings) between 1563 and 1574: William, George, Frances, Elizabeth, Rose and John. His wife's name isn't given with these baptisms, but many other sources point to this being Joan or Jane Cardinall, daughter of William Cardinall of [...]
Helen Barrell, 13 May 2015
Pont Briwet has now been destroyed at the behest of Gwynedd Council (May 2015)
Ian Hampson, 12 May 2015
I lived in this house from the mid 1960s to 1970. My family rented it from the Earl Peel estate. Earl Peel & family lived in Hyning Hall which I believe is now a convent. Earl & Countess Peel would park their Daimler in our yard when they went to [...]
Mark Hornby, 12 May 2015
Hi I remember this building very well, as my brother and i lived there when my late mother had a nervous breakdown. I can still remember the long winding road up to kippen house, it felt as if we were out in the wilderness. I can still visualise the [...]
katrina kidd, 12 May 2015
It should be noted that from 1995 the Support Weapons Wing moved out of Netheravon to Warminster and the house ceased to be the Officers' Mess. It is now privately owned.
Julian Greenwood, 11 May 2015
Simon, stumbled on this thread today I believe your great grandad built the houses at the bottom of sunderland road villas would love to know if you had any information pictures literature anything at all that would help me research the house i grew up in Cheers Craig
craig smallman, 9 May 2015
My parents, Glyn and Winifred Hopkins, purchased Finn Farmhouse in 1957 when I was nine years old, so most of my childhood was spent in this fascinating house. Childhood memories include sitting around the open fireplace in the large sitting room, and struggling to keep warm during the winter of [...]
david hopkins, 9 May 2015