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https://www.facebook.com/thisbritain/photos/a.314416505362262.1073741828.314405362030043/968790589924847/?type=3¬if_t=notify_me_page¬if_id=1484629479584542 There are several photos posted of the house in this link. One recent, and one from circa 2000.
Linda Rexroad, 19 January 2017
The building needs urgent repair. It can still be rescued and subsequently rented or used by the owners. Please don't let this little gem disappear!
Miklos Bansaghi, 18 January 2017
I was just wondering if the Heather Andrews who was at Ladyfield East was the same Heather that was there the same time I was..I remember she was quite close to a nurse called Josie. I remember there was a nurse there called Tricia who I liked a lot [...]
Natalie Miller, 17 January 2017
Don't you think it would be a good idea if you had an actual picture of Barshaw House before you entice researchers to visit your page If you were all that keen you could at least upload what's already available on the web at present.
Peter Crawford, 17 January 2017
I remember visiting the house once as a child when Gordon Bennett was the owner. There was, indeed, a miniature railway in the cellar(s). I recall a 'trap door' in the floor of one of the rooms that opened to reveal the cellar.
Kit Lane, 16 January 2017
Galfry is my great grandfather, my grandfather is Micheal he was galfry eldest son born out of wedlock,
steven agar, 16 January 2017
Box Pews and two-tiered pulpit. Unattractive exterior, quite the opposite interior. Small but interesting pipe organ.
Bryn Clinch, 14 January 2017
Dame Sidney Jane Browne, (1850–1941), lived at 11 Tivoli Road, Cheltenham at the time of her death on 13 August 1941, at the age of ninety-one, when she was described as the ‘modern Florence Nightingale’.She was the first appointed Matron-in-Chief of the newly formed Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, [...]
T Doherty, 13 January 2017
Only just read your comment. Lovely to read another comment from a descendent of Thomas Ives-Denny. My email is [email protected]
Jenni Horne, 13 January 2017
I lived in the hall from 1940 until 1948, They were the happiest days of my childhood, There were woods to play in really long lawns a huge kitchen garden surrounded by high walls,Two tennis courts a swimming pool (not in use) and of course an apple store which we [...]
Arthur Garnett, 13 January 2017
38, Dolphin Lane was a grocery shop run by my Great Great Grandmother Naomi Would in the early 1900's. On the 1901 Census, she is listed as head of the household, living above the shop with her daughter Annie, and Granddaughter Amy. I would dearly love a photograph of the [...]
Jane Desforges, 11 January 2017
I was also born at Stagshaw House, Corbridge, Northumberland in February1944. My mother, from Wallsend, was sent there for my birth. Stagshaw House is named on my birth certificate.
Cynthia Ellen McCormick (nee Thompson), 6 January 2017