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Samuel Jones, my Great Grandfather laid the last stone on the new steeple. He was a Stone Mason by trade and also Sexton to the church as well as Grinshill. He also was a bell ringer following the installation of the new bells in the new steeple construction.
Michael Crick, 22 November 2016
Also, further to my comments of two minutes ago: At the south end of the house, only the first storey is a later addition. It was added in 1914, above the existing C18 ground floor single storey section which is set back from the main frontage.
John Bell, 22 November 2016
Sorry Ann 1955 or 65 Has been a long time since I got up on top of the Dormer window
adam baker, 20 November 2016
The original Grade II listed Lido has been been restored to its former glory and updated for the 21st Century visitor. It has three heated open-air swimming pools, offering great opportunities for families, dedicated swimmers and social swimmers of all ages and abilities. Lido Ponty features include external and internal showers, heated [...]
Michael Benjaminm, 17 November 2016
Evidence that no18 was a medieval open hall with smoke blackening and crown post about 1500
Peter owen Bsc Mrics, 17 November 2016
This property has been condemned at least twice as unfit for human habitation. Once before WW2 only to be reinhabited due to the housing shortage, and again in 1968, when my family were the tenants, and when I was an 11 year old boy living in a house riddled [...]
Barry Cleverly, 16 November 2016
The inscription is on one of the bedroom windows and it says: "heaven protect this house and you until you bid this world adieu" . August 15th 1744.
Mansoor Geloo, 15 November 2016
The entire inscription should read...I am a model of the only obelisk now standing at Heliopolis on the scriptures erected by Osortseen 1 the earliest of Pharoahs
Michael Benjaminm, 15 November 2016
The building is now housing a brewery and event centre - Wylam Brewery.
Steve Ellwood, 14 November 2016
Lovely to see Penmount Chapel looking so beautifully preserved and maintained.My father lived just round the corner at 3 New St.All the family went to this Chapel and presumably my father was baptised here.He was Thomas Owen Roberts born December 28th 1905. Are the chapel records kept there or elsewhere?
Liz Cooley, 13 November 2016
The following I have copied from paper work found belonging to my great uncle, Arthur Ash who was raised at Lobb,s Shop from 1902.Although not dated he probably set pen to paper in his teens just before the Great War and reads as follows. "Smuggling on Porthpean Beach". [...]
Chris Williams, 13 November 2016
Polventon Tenement With reference to my previous knowledge of the cottage, further research has established that prior to acquiring the name Lobb's Shop the cottage was known as the Polventon Tenement.Polventon being the name of the area and part of the Sawle,s Estate( it appears in marriage documents of the mid [...]
Chris Williams, 13 November 2016