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bulletUsername: Andrew Emery
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bulletDate: 26 January, 2004
bulletTime: 19:35

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All of my family originate from Sheepy Magna. I've also noticed that several people from my family tree are on your Bolstridge tree. These include James Emery, John Emery and the Tredwell family.

bulletUsername: stephanie clunn
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bulletDate: 30 November, 2003
bulletTime: 22:51

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this is my first visit and im sure i'll be back

bulletUsername: stephanie clunn
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bulletDate: 30 November, 2003
bulletTime: 22:51

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this is my first visit and im sure i'll be back

bulletUsername: Michael Llewellyn
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bulletDate: 16 November, 2003
bulletTime: 05:16

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I lived in Sheepy back around 1978. Lived there for about 3 years. What a great site you have created. I now live in Colorado, America and was so tickled to see pictures of my childhood village. Wonderful site.

bulletUsername: Sue Ann Vigliotti
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bulletDate: 20 October, 2003
bulletTime: 23:10

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Thank you for your web site, I enjoyed reading it. My ggrandfather was Howard A. Parsons, son of Richard A. Parsons. I am looking for information on that family. As I can see by your information, there does not seem to be a connection. Good luck with your research.

bulletUsername: Alsion WILSON
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bulletDate: 19 October, 2003
bulletTime: 09:53

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What a great Web site wish some names i was researching had come from Sheepy

bulletUsername: Linda Stevens
bulletUserEmail: linda@lmstevens.freeserve.co.uk
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bulletDate: 11 October, 2003
bulletTime: 20:01

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I am researching my family history for Browns, Wakelins and Gudgers. I have found your site to be of tremendous interest and easily the best village site I have visited. Keep up the good work! Am looking forward to the Sibson pages.

bulletUsername: Victor Manuel Carrillo Gulliver III
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bulletDate: 21 July, 2003
bulletTime: 06:27

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I am insearch of where our name started from what country any thing,give me a e-mail if you choose thank you.

bulletUsername: Tom
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bulletDate: 20 July, 2003
bulletTime: 20:14

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Thank you for this information. I'm to present a paper to my Dickens Fellowship, Philadelphia Branch, in October, on "Oliver Twist and The Poor Law." May I cite your ULR in my presentation? In fellowship, Tom Walsh

bulletUsername: Tom
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bulletDate: 20 July, 2003
bulletTime: 20:14

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Thank you for this information. I'm to present a paper to my Dickens Fellowship, Philadelphia Branch, in October, on "Oliver Twist and The Poor Law." May I cite your ULR in my presentation? In fellowship, Tom Walsh

bulletUsername: Sarah Matthews
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bulletDate: 02 June, 2003
bulletTime: 07:22

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Thank you. I wanted to find out about the First Poor Law for my son's home work and your page was just the job.

bulletUsername: Carl White
bulletUserEmail: carlemid@aol.com
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bulletDate: 05 May, 2003
bulletTime: 23:04

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Very nice site, will let you know at later date if helpful or not (got more research to do) Anyone see this im researching the name White known to be living in Rotherby (Leiestershire) in the late 1800s Any information please mail me carlemid@aol.com

bulletUsername: lynsey
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bulletDate: 04 May, 2003
bulletTime: 14:40

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Thanks for a great site.I am looking into the surname greenshill and your site has helped me loads. I believe that emma greenshill was my great great grandmother. If i have got this right, she married herbert francis evans and they had 4 children who were gertude, annie, nellie and harry.I know that emma and herbert lived in dunns place tipton.Thanks again

bulletUsername: tiffany
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bulletDate: 01 May, 2003
bulletTime: 15:59

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your site is cool for people doing reports and stuff.

bulletUsername: c farmer
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bulletDate: 10 February, 2003
bulletTime: 19:01

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great site

bulletUsername: george parsons
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bulletDate: 07 February, 2003
bulletTime: 20:19

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checking out the parsons family sites my farther was joseph wiliam and i beleive his farther was welch..he {my farther} would have been borne late 1800's

bulletUsername: Shawn Culey
bulletUserEmail: lsculey@siouxvalley.net
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bulletDate: 06 February, 2003
bulletTime: 01:55

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Thank you for the information. My last name is Culey and I live in the central US. As far as I know my relatives came from somewhere in Ireland. At this time I do not know the exact location. I would not know what the possibility would be of having relatives in Ireland and Ratcliffe Culey. I am not familiar with English and/or Irish tradition.

bulletUsername: lyn richardson
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bulletDate: 27 January, 2003
bulletTime: 21:00

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Your site is very interesting as regards relatives on my wifes side by the name of Farmer. They lived mainly in the Sibson area. Can you tell me how soon you will be publishing the village's history and its burials?

bulletUsername: Kaz
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bulletDate: 22 January, 2003
bulletTime: 14:55

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Hi, Great site. Any plans for covering Lockington cum Hemington?

bulletUsername: Joy Madeline Gulliver-Norman
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bulletDate: 20 January, 2003
bulletTime: 02:46

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very interesting middle of the night reading, you have put a lot of hard work into building this site! I will come back to it soon.

bulletUsername: Stuart Black
bulletUserEmail: strands@ntlworld.com
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bulletDate: 15 January, 2003
bulletTime: 10:24

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Enjoyed coming across members of my family (Black), although as often happens, it threw up a few queries as well.Stuart.

bulletUsername: Michael John Bolstridge
bulletUserEmail: mbolstri@ihug.co.nz
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bulletDate: 08 December, 2002
bulletTime: 10:19

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Here again I have logged on an in correct email

bulletUsername: erica
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bulletHomePage: the queen
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bulletDate: 05 December, 2002
bulletTime: 01:42

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i love this site

bulletUsername: Michael John Bolstridge
bulletUserEmail: mbolstri@uhug.co.nz.
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bulletDate: 02 December, 2002
bulletTime: 09:11

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Good to visit your site. Have found a photo of Sally Bolstridge, marked F Johns Cousin.( my fathers)and Anne Bolstridge, marked sister of Sarah our mutual Grandfather James daughter your GG mothers sister. Will email them to you when I master the new techknowledgy I have just installed. Michael in NZ.

bulletUsername: Robert Bolestridge
bulletUserEmail: rbolestridge@gsig-net.qc.ca
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bulletDate: 26 October, 2002
bulletTime: 16:21

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What a great work!!! It's Simply amazing....

bulletUsername: Bne Le Noury
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bulletDate: 14 October, 2002
bulletTime: 16:08

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Thanks for your help

bulletUsername: David Palmer
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bulletDate: 05 October, 2002
bulletTime: 16:52

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Wonderfully concise, clearly written, and full of facts. Very useful. Thanks for putting it together! Dave- Connecticut/USA

bulletUsername: Wesley Boulstridge
bulletUserEmail: wes@boulstridge
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bulletDate: 01 October, 2002
bulletTime: 10:16

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I`ve acopy of Mr Dudleys book and am just having a nose in between nappy changes

bulletUUsername: Jonathan Mytton
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bulletDate: 30 August, 2002
bulletTime: 17:52

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User friendly and very useful for my purposes re Vernon and Frith families

bulletUsername: Jonathan
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bulletDate: 30 August, 2002
bulletTime: 17:50

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User friendly and very useful for my purposes

bulletUsername: Malissa Kay Langford
bulletUserEmail: runningmasa@hotmail.com
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bulletDate: 22 August, 2002
bulletTime: 19:48

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We maybe family.

bulletUsername: Ray Jackson
bulletUserEmail: rjxson@earthlink.net
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bulletDate: 11 August, 2002
bulletTime: 15:06

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I think your site if great and contains so much information. Last week I was fortunate to be able to visit the villages and churches of Radcliffe, Witherley, and Sheepy . Would have liked to dig into my Farmer family past but not enough time this trip. Are there any Farmer relatives still around that might help us here in the US connect with our ancestors from 1500-1700's? Let me know please.

bulletUsername: Ray Jackson
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bulletDate: 11 August, 2002
bulletTime: 15:04

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I think your site if great and contains so much information. Last week I was fortunate to be able to visit the villages and churches of Radcliffe, Witherley, and Sheepy . Would have liked to dig into my Farmer family past but not enough time this trip. Are there any Farmer relatives still around that might help us here in the US connect with our ancestors from 1500-1700's? Let me know please.

bulletUsername: Fremac
bulletUserEmail: fmackay@blueyonder.co.uk
bulletHomePage: MacKay Family Web Site.
bulletURL: http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fremac/
bulletDate: 29 July, 2002
bulletTime: 22:21

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Hi! there Folks, I visited your Web page from a link on a message on the Lanark list. I think your site is very well laid out and has great potential. Best wishes, Fremac

bulletUsername: Paul Beadman
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bulletDate: 27 June, 2002
bulletTime: 19:09

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Very interesting information. Have been researching the Beadman line of Sheepy Magna for some years now

bulletUsername: Elizabeth
bulletUserEmail: elizabeth_churchill@talk21.com
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bulletDate: 22 June, 2002
bulletTime: 23:39

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Great site, looking for info on Elizaneth Bartlam nee Palmer and William Ernest Bartlam, my grandparents. Elizabeth

bulletUsername: michael langone
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bulletDate: 17 June, 2002
bulletTime: 20:29

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I am a student doing research on the Elizabethan Poor Law,and how the united states of america adopted the pricipals to found the base of its social practice.

bulletUsername: Kevin Muston
bulletUserEmail: kevinmuston@optusnet.com.au
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bulletDate: 04 June, 2002
bulletTime: 23:00

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Hello, I am researching my family history & I have traced back to the marriage of Theophilus Muston and Sarah Fletcher at Sheepy Magna on 17 Sep 1757. If you have any information that may assist my research I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Yours Truly Kevin Muston

bulletUsername: Sandra Nimik
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bulletDate: 13 May, 2002
bulletTime: 19:14

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Before I email you with a specific question (another one), I wanted to have a peek at your site. Sandy

bulletUsername: David Parsons
bulletUserEmail: parsons@dacill1264.fsnet.co.uk
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bulletDate: 08 May, 2002
bulletTime: 12:28

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I have not researched my family tree but I believe it is firmly rooted in South Wales on my father's side and my mother was from N. Ireland. I came across your site whilst searching the web for 'David Parsons'

bulletUsername: MARGARET WILKINS
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bulletDate: 06 May, 2002
bulletTime: 09:21

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INTERESTING WEBSITE EXPECIALLY THE LEICESTERSHIRE,S VILLAGE INFO.

bulletUsername: Martin Sibson
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bulletDate: 18 April, 2002
bulletTime: 11:54

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Excellent - keep up the good work.

bulletUsername: Ellen Gail Bolstridge Gervais LaVaccare
bulletUserEmail: lavaccare@adelphia.net
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bulletDate: 17 April, 2002
bulletTime: 21:51

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I am the grandaughter of Wallace Bolstridge of Maine. I am so excited to see this website. I am sharing it with my children and father who all live in different parts of the U.S. I loved looking at the pictures of England too. My uncle, Floyd Bolstridge, sent me this information. Thank you so much. Keep up the good work!! Ellen (Bolstridge) LaVaccare

bulletUsername: Brian Parsons
bulletUserEmail: Briliza@aol.com
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bulletDate: 13 April, 2002
bulletTime: 00:19

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My name is Brian Parsons originally from Wiltshire now living in North Wales.Came across your site by accident.

bulletUsername: Charles Paul Bransford
bulletUserEmail: cpb52@flash.net
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bulletDate: 07 April, 2002
bulletTime: 19:32

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My name is Charles P. Bransford I am a Bolstridge of the clan from Maine My dad (birth father)is Charles Wallace Bolstridge. I Was was adopoted and only when I was 48 (just a few years ago)did I actually find out and meet my birth father for the first time. I have since then went on vist to Northern Maine to meet some of my relatives. Most are still in their 90's and have very good memories. They have some wonderful fanily history stories to tell. Just wanted to say thank you so much for helping me find out my "ROOTS" My father said that his grandfather could sing Irish songs. Does not that lead to even more questions? Chuck Bransford 1857 Sycamore DesPlaines, IL. 60018

bulletUsername: Ann Ball
bulletUserEmail: ball@xtra.co.nz
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bulletDate: 29 March, 2002
bulletTime: 04:11

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A Great site, Martyn. Keep up the good work. My ancestors came from Sibson and surrounds so I am eagerly awaiting that portion of your site. Ancestors were WILLDAY, RILEY, GRIFFIN, BUTON, COLLINGTON all from Sibson. Some stayed but others moved to Burton and Tamworth. Visited Sibson in 1999 - a very pretty village.

bulletUsername: Christopher Rigg
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bulletDate: 26 March, 2002
bulletTime: 13:39

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I wanted to check what is going to be on for our visit to England late in April but you are still advertising events of 2001! Best wishes Christopher Rigg

bulletUsername: Keith Boulstridge
bulletUserEmail: boulstridge@shaw.ca
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bulletDate: 22 March, 2002
bulletTime: 05:25

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just checking your site again martyn.i like to keep up with what you have been doing with it,looks great,keep up the good work.

bulletUsername: Gavin McArthur
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bulletDate: 09 March, 2002
bulletTime: 20:54

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Great site. My wife Claire's Great Grandmother was Emily Tonks who married William Priest. Have been able to fill out our family tree with the information off yours. Thanks.

bulletUsername: lydia Boulstridge
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bulletDate: 09 March, 2002
bulletTime: 14:36

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Have you ever heard the story behind the beginings of the names Boulstridge, Bulstrode etc? It's quite a nice tale to be told...there is a book about it, with a picture of the first Bull-Strode who looks remarkably like my father... Also have you seen Steve Boulstridge's site? Some bits about James Ratcliffe too.

bulletUsername: paula bolstridge
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bulletDate: 09 March, 2002
bulletTime: 08:16

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BRILLIANT SITE,

bulletUsername: Roger Bolstridge
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bulletDate: 08 March, 2002
bulletTime: 19:54

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Martin, I am a member of the Bolstridge Family and my Father Roy is trying to trace our family's history. My Grandmother Edith Alice has been able to assist him greatly however she is 93 and some of the names have become a little vague. Our side of the family has been based in the pit village of Blackwell, Derbyshire. If you could provide any assistance with his quest he would be very grateful.

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bulletDate: 08 March, 2002
bulletTime: 14:47

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there is a problem when you click on one of the pictures of mrs Briggs house.

(Thanks for that Picture should now work -  Martyn)

bulletUsername: andrew cartwright
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bulletDate: 08 March, 2002
bulletTime: 14:34

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very good i was glad to see a number of different houses in the village which i recognised all of them. It was good naming who lived in all of them. The pictures were good and it was good to read of the history of my village.

bulletUsername: John Bull
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bulletDate: 01 March, 2002
bulletTime: 20:06

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Great site, Martyn.

bulletUsername: annette reed
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bulletDate: 01 February, 2002
bulletTime: 22:39

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Hello again, Martyn. Good to take a look at your web-site again. The Facility project is nearly finished at Ratcliffe Church - new toilets, incoming water etc etc. Very nicely crafted. Saturday March 2nd - 9.00am-9.oopm - sponsored bible read in aid of the project - Welsh Cakes, Leek Soup and dumplings! Come along and enjoy the facilities! we are c 2,000 short still. Loads of events coming up too in church - will keep you posted. Annette Reed - The Vicar.

bulletUsername: Sue Rumfitt
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bulletDate: 01 February, 2002
bulletTime: 09:10

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Excellent summary of the Poor Law - I will be refering others to it. I am a researcher into highway rights, rather than family history.

bulletUsername: Nigs
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bulletDate: 30 January, 2002
bulletTime: 20:04

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A great site for anyone in the same position as Dave... Thank You Nigek (UK)and Karen (USA) Holloway TX

bulletUsername: Bob Humpage
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bulletDate: 21 January, 2002
bulletTime: 22:39

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As a footnote to my last comment my mothers maiden name was Parsons and had relatives living in the Village her name is minnie, any relation?

bulletUUsername: Bob Humpage
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bulletDate: 21 January, 2002
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Been looking at your site,giving me some ideas for researching my family history. I was born in a farm cottage in Sheepy Magna on 14 may 1956 and my sister in 1958 and we were both christened in the local church. thank you

bulletUsername: Mike Parsons
bulletUserEmail: gothecow@ozemail.com.au
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bulletDate: 28 December, 2001
bulletTime: 07:56

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My Father Stanley Parsons was the son of George Singlehurst Parsons that married Nora Antoinov and they moved from the London area or Middlesex to Tehran before they split up and my gather came to Australia in @ 1955. My name is Michael Parsons and I was born in 1957

bulletUsername: Ian Parsons
bulletUserEmail: ian@parsonsi.freeserve.co.uk
bulletHomePage: The Parsons Family
bulletURL: www.parsonsi.freeserve.co.uk
bulletDate: 27 December, 2001
bulletTime: 15:38

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Excellent web site! Loads of info and very interesting. I have published my own parsons family tree 1560 - 2001. I wonder if there is a connection?

bulletUsername: keith boulstridge
bulletUserEmail: boulstridge@shaw.ca
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bulletDate: 10 December, 2001
bulletTime: 15:40

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i think you are doing a great job.iwill check the site always,and i will try to get you any info that i can.we know very little about my grandfathers history.i will keep in contact with you bye for now

bulletUsername: geoff fairgrieve
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bulletDate: 07 December, 2001
bulletTime: 15:07

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ithink this site is fantastic.youve really enlightened me

bulletUsername: Philip A. Haseldine
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bulletDate: 03 December, 2001
bulletTime: 21:46

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Very nice site, I am just begining my search for the sir name Haseldine.

bulletUsername: Richard Swingle
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bulletDate: 27 November, 2001
bulletTime: 23:40

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Very nice site!

bulletUsername: Charles Baldwin / US
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bulletDate: 09 November, 2001
bulletTime: 00:14

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A really interesting site with some great resources, an enjoyable read although found nothing to help me, alas.

bulletUsername: r,j.leedham
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bulletDate: 30 October, 2001
bulletTime: 20:11

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Hi Martyn i found your web site very intresting i researching my family tree they came from Mancetter & Bently area.Regards rjleedham

bulletUsername: John Allen
bulletUserEmail: annejohn49@hotmail.com
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bulletDate: 29 October, 2001
bulletTime: 11:22

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would welcome advice/comments as to how to get started with a Web creation.

bulletUsername: Bob Read
bulletUserEmail: myboybob@hotmail.com
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bulletDate: 23 October, 2001
bulletTime: 06:50

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Hi like your site. I am looking for my grand mother Eve or Evelyn Parsons came from Blackpool I think, married James W.Morton came to Australia 1911, two children Albert and Irene, Irene was my Mother.Like to hear from anyone that can help.

bulletUsername: chris elson
bulletUserEmail: chris-els@cableinet.co.uk
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bulletDate: 26 September, 2001
bulletTime: 20:57

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hello every body,trying to find any imformation about joseph henry parsons and ann marie richardson we think they were in rushall walsall in 1891.

bulletUsername: Jane Bursnall Welsh
bulletUserEmail: jane.bursnall@welsh.freeserve.co.uk
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bulletDate: 23 September, 2001
bulletTime: 11:55

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Hi Martyn, I found you by doing a Google search of the name Bursnell/Bursnall, and lo and behold you have Frances my 5x great aunt. I knew she married John Huddleston, but nothing about her lineage otherwise - gratifying to be able to fill that in!! Hope you enjoyed the Bursnall Family Tree, keep up the good work, Jane

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bulletDate: 22 September, 2001
bulletTime: 11:04

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Hi this is great

bulletUsername: carolann wilson
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bulletDate: 09 September, 2001
bulletTime: 09:07

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I am tracing family surname parsons my grandad was john frederick parsons his father was john b parsons who married ann jane oakshott my grandfather was born in 1882 and i am trying to link on from there. I think you website is great and was sorry to find that there is no link to help me.

bulletUsername: Maurice Taylor
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bulletDate: 24 August, 2001
bulletTime: 20:27

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Hello Martyn, I too am a descendent of Elisha Hill and Caroline Baldwin, through their daughter Ann. I have researched their tree, and can provide you with information if you are interested, I also have a photograph of Caroline and I can let you have a copy if you wish, just let me know. Best wishes from Maurice Taylor

bulletUsername: Robert Bolstridge
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bulletDate: 24 August, 2001
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Your research into the 'Bedworth Bolstridges' was brilliant reading. I was very interested to see the family coat of arms. I was born in Bedworth at the White Lion public house in High Street which was kept by my paternal grandparents. Keep up the good work I will be watching with interest.

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bulletDate: 18 August, 2001
bulletTime: 01:22

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Haven't looked yet

bulletUsername: gary staines
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bulletDate: 14 August, 2001
bulletTime: 17:57

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looking for the name,staines

bulletUsername: Richard Leon Herrick
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bulletDate: 13 August, 2001
bulletTime: 02:24

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Martyn: I agree with your rules about the WFT. I found one where a woman married at age 49 and had 12 children by the time she was 78 years old. Her husband was 101 when child #12 was born. The contributor of this fable used born by about dates that were probably 30 years too soon for the wife & mother and at least 40 years off for the husband & father. It was plain that FTM does not check the content of the pedigree, [fairy tales], that they collect from contributors, copyright the material, and publish for profit. Relatively yours, Richard Leon Herrick, Holt, MI USA List Administrator, Rootsweb HERRICK-L & -D lists. Interim President, Herrick Family Association RLH:mtf:20010812

bulletUsername: richard aeilkema
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bulletDate: 11 August, 2001
bulletTime: 09:30

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looks good! my grandfathers name is Tonko Tonkes related? greetings richard aeilkema

bulletUsername: Phillip Lindley
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bulletDate: 02 August, 2001
bulletTime: 14:43

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An excellent site, keep up the good work. Your information has been most useful for our village files here at Hinckley Library`s Local Studies Collection, in whose area Ratcliffe Culey and Sheepy Magna are included. Can`t wait for the Sibson transcripts.

bulletUsername: ANDREW PARSONS
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bulletDate: 31 July, 2001
bulletTime: 23:52

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fabulous site for all your fellow parsons researchers, we are probably not connected ,but it would be nice to think i am related to such another commited parsons researcher as yourself , best regards ANDREW PARSONS ( DESCENDANT OF CLIFTON JOB PARSONS ,LEICESTER )

bulletUsername: ANDREW PARSONS
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bulletDate: 31 July, 2001
bulletTime: 23:52

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fabulous site for all your fellow parsons researchers, we are probably not connected ,but it would be nice to think i am related to such another commited parsons researcher as yourself , best regards ANDREW PARSONS ( DESCENDANT OF CLIFTON JOB PARSONS ,LEICESTER )

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bulletDate: 31 July, 2001
bulletTime: 17:27

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very good

bulletUsername: Rob Dorling
bulletUserEmail: rob238@ozemail.com.au
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bulletDate: 31 July, 2001
bulletTime: 08:12

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Hi there! I did a Google search on my great-grandmother's name (Sarah Gulliver) and found your site. I believe I may also have found my great-grandmother listed as "Sarah Annie Gulliver" because my grandmother's given name was"Annie" rather than "Anne". Since there's no other information about Sarah Annie than her name and D-O-B, of course I can't be sure at this stage. Am very impressed with your site.

bulletUsername: Martyn Parsons
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bulletDate: 30 July, 2001
bulletTime: 01:07

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Testing No 2 New Visitors Book 1) Order of Posting 3) Hyperlinks

bulletUsername: Martyn Parsons
bulletUserEmail: webmaster@mdlp.co.uk
bulletHomePage: Bolstridge One Name Study (NEW)
bulletURL: www.mdlp.co.uk/genweb/bolstridge
bulletDate: 30 July, 2001
bulletTime: 01:05

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Testing the new visitors book for : 1) Web Mail Component 2) Posting Order 3) Confirmation Page 4) Hyperlinks