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my dad was born here on 17/11/1943 and my grandma was also sent here from llford Essex , Im doing my family tree and have recieved my dads birth certifiute and the father has been left blank , not sure if they sent women here to have children who were [...]
Keith Rayner, 9 April 2015
EDF Energy do indeed own Sydenham Manor but are currently unable to permit visits to the property. By way of explanation, EDF Energy acquired the land assets of the former Cellophane Factory to fulfil a part of the Hinkley Point C Development Consent Order to provide a construction worker accommodation campus [...]
Colin Buckley, 9 April 2015
This beautiful building is now being allowed to fall into disrepair,the grounds are very overgrown making access to the property difficult. The main estate house belonging to the family which was originally owned by The Gordon Family of whom Rear Admiral James Murray Gordon is associated with and known as [...]
Anne Matley, 8 April 2015
This building has now been demolished and will be replaced by student accomodation. It was allowed to deteriorate by the owners to the point that it mysteriously collapsed under "10ft" of snow.
Steve Maving, 8 April 2015
We have been regular visitors to Mill House Farm & Swettenham Mill from the early 1960's to the present.. My Aunty Betty & Aunty Jean rented the long scout hut at far end of Daffodill Dell as a holiday cottage in the 1960's - 1970 from old Mr Lancaster who [...]
Sally. Courtney, 7 April 2015
hi Wendy, Twyssenden Manor was my home away from home late 70's early 80's. My room was the Mural Room... with every thanks to Stan who was the Hostel manager after your family. I worked the hop harvest with the Strang family. As a kiwi computer software person i had contracts [...]
Ian Gillespie, 6 April 2015
Please can someone confirm whether this depot housed trams or buses or both?
A Nonny Mouse, 4 April 2015
I am inquiring about Ross House in the Hamilton district of Lanarkshire, I am a keen photographer and enjoy taking pictures of Grand Old Buildings, derelict buildings and other architecture and was wondering if I would be permitted to walk in around the grounds of Ross House to take pictures. [...]
George McMahon, 3 April 2015
The Bawdsey CH mast mentioned here was demolished several years ago. The best remaining example in its original location is at Stenigot, Lincolnshire.
David Robertson, 3 April 2015
I have checked with English Heritage, these cottages have been demolished, they were de-listed on 18/05/2010
Trevor Hayman, 2 April 2015
My family and I lived in the Blacksmith's Cottage in Crowthorne, Berkshire, from 1962 to 1963. My brother and I were 9 and 10 years old, and we enjoyed playing in the spacious gardens, sometimes digging up old pieces of blue and white china from the dirt. I often [...]
Susan Cann, 31 March 2015
William Knox Darcy lived here,his sister was the mother of the esteemed poet Mary Lucy Fisher aka Lala,I have to say that I am disgusted it wasn't restored,
becky, 30 March 2015