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February 15, 2014 - 12:10 AM
liz hurst (nee harris)
derekhurst@btinternet.com

  hi what a great site this my parents & grandparents & other relatives lived in froyle back in 1925 until at least 1950 maybe longer some may still live there I would love to find out the binfields are also relatives of mine
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September 11, 2013 - 12:01 PM
Rick Townson
LMTC@townson-dc.co.uk 20131109125147

  As an ex pupil/student of LMTC (Treloar College) I thank you for all your efforts in capturing some of the History of the once great place that was LMTC. Please keep up the good work and post regular updates as the development progresses. A Facebook group has been set up with a link to this site and I am sure there will be many more interest ex students visiting.
Thx again
Rick|
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April 27, 2013 - 05:49 PM
D C-S
Mayger46@gmail.com

  Interesting site. I am the 7 x great granddaughter of John Burningham & Anne Newman.
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March 30, 2013 - 05:41 PM
Peter Stevenson
pssams@btinternet.com

  My GGGGF, William George Collier, was born in Froyle on 23 June 1769; he supposedly married Francis Mary Haines, b. 16 July 1784, also in Froyle. She was a Catholic.
Do the village archives contain anything relevant, please?
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March 06, 2013 - 10:25 AM
Sue Baird
suebaird10@hotmail.com

  I was born at Villa San Joseph in 1939, in my granparents cottage. My mother Ruby Craven (nee Rawson) was their eldest daughter and lived with them at the Hen & Chicken prior to the move to the cottage. My cousin and I spent many happy holidays at Froyle, it still binds us together to this day.
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September 27, 2012 - 05:03 PM
Joan Webb
webb276@btinternet.com

  My mother Eleanor Douglas used to help out in the kitchen at Mrs. Wilbraham on saturdays during the shooting season.
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September 12, 2012 - 03:12 PM
Robert Simons
r.simons@tesco.com

  What a pleasure to see the photos of Hussey's Farm on http://www.froyle.com/hussey60.htm. They bring back memories of visiting my great-uncle Joe and his wife Dita there in the 1960s. It was a marvellous place for a child to visit, with the oast houses, barns and sheds. I remember a rumour that there was a 1930s car in the roof of a barn; but we never found it.
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July 05, 2012 - 02:59 PM
valerie garnett
garnettinitaly@yahoo.com

  What a find!

I only recently discovered my 3X ggrandfather was George Ellis, the shoemaker, b. 1810.

Your site opens up new possibilities.

thank you
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May 15, 2012 - 12:40 PM
John Mayes
john@enquirewithin.co.nz

  Greetings from New Zealand. It was a great pleasure to discover your site today and to find several records related to my Knight ancestors. My maternal grandmother was a Knight and migrated to New Zealand about 1913.

You can see my family tree at Ancestry.com (Mayes) and I have added new information found here today.

I would be delighted to hear from anyone who cares to get in touch.

Your site is a treasure - keep up the good work.

John
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April 28, 2012 - 01:13 AM
Joyce Shearman - nee Walters
joyceshearman@btinternet.com

  Hello Annette, I spoke to you last night, regarding 10 Westburn Fields, and I must say you were very helpful and a pleasure to talk to. I had many school friends in the early sixties who came from Froyle,(I lived in Alton)one of them being Stephen Russell who lived at 10, and have many fond memories. I love your books, and recognise many of the people whose photographs appear in them.I think the Village of Froyle is lucky to have somebody like you, who takes such an interest in the Village, and if it weren't for people like you, all history would be lost. I think Froyle.com is a brilliant website, the only problem was, it kept me up until the early hours! Hope you enjoyed your birthday. Must give you a call. Thankyou once again.
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