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Hi, I am sitting in a cafe opposite the White Lion Hotel Stockport and was wondering if this lovely building is going to open again, it seems a shame that it is just being a eyesore with broken windows and ugly boarding up, I feel that it could be used [...]
Warren Blackley , 30 August 2015
Hello there - My great grandmother, Annie Helme, is listed as having been born at Birkland Barrow, Over Kellet, Warton, etc. in 1869. I am interested in connecting with anyone who is knowledgeable about this property and its history. In the 1862 census, the family is listed as [...]
Janet Ritchey, 29 August 2015
I only moved in to one of the cottages recently but am sure I remember the estate agent and the previous owner saying that they were built in mid 18thCentury ... 1772 seems to ring a bell?... and definitely not 100 years later as stated by English Heritage. I have [...]
Noel Hastings, 29 August 2015
Thank you Stevens I hope you sleep without conscience.
Rupert, 28 August 2015
My ancestor named Todd lived at number 4 Wellington Terrace. On the 1951 census he was listed as a Master Builder employing 20 men. Does anyone know who built these houses?
Brenda, 28 August 2015
Recent expert opinion suggests this building is not C17th but of unspecified "medieval" origin (i.e. what is now the hall, with a ceiling added in the C16th). There is a suggested "addition" dating from 1350-1400 - of what is now the Jacobean panelled room on the west side of [...]
C. Alexander, 28 August 2015
This building is the former home of my ancestor, William Bax, a Wheelwright (c.1795-1860) - hence the building's name. He worked in Newick from the early 1800's and was part of a large local Baptist community. (Stephen Bax, 2015)
, 25 August 2015
It is considered that the Newcastle Architect John Dobson designed this Chapel.
Steve Ellwood, 25 August 2015
Hello David, I am Michel Naroun, I am french and I remember those lovely days in summer 1970 and 1971 when I came in vacation with my friend Patrick in Finn Farm House. I remember your parents, your brother Rupert and your sisters Diana and Ruth. I'll never forget Finn [...]
, 23 August 2015
hi, i was born in Chippinghurst Manor on the 15th july 1944. My mum was evacuated from lewisham, south east london as my dad was serving in the RAF. I have always wanted to visit, but never had the opportunity. I always thought it sounded a bit posh. [...]
Carol latter was evans, 23 August 2015
Beautiful property. Which I would love to restore further. Fingers crossed.
Annie Sadler, 22 August 2015
My mum and dad got married in this church in 1960. My Aunt was buried around 1962/3ish and Grandad was buried here in 1970. I went on a trip down memory lane last week only to find that the church is no longer standing! I was gutted. We couldn't reach [...]
Wendy, 22 August 2015