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February 03, 2016 - 04:45 AM
doreensavage werner
doreenw39@gmail.com

  Hi Chris and Annette.
I am so sorry my thanks is long overdue.
I was wonderful to meet with you when I was there in 2014. Just wish I could have stayed longer. loved seeing the church where my ancestors were christened and married. I also want to thank you for your help with the Savage family. they are very difficult but I have finished at William that married Mary Gale. Of course one is never finished but was able to send it off to family. I love your site and you do such a great job with all the records.Wish a lot more of the towns and villages did the same. thanks again for showing me around and inviting me in to you home.By the way if Richard Proud is reading this could you please get in touch with me as it seems we are related. you are great. cheers from Nashville
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April 22, 2015 - 12:30 AM
liz hurst
lizhurst54@btinternet.com

  still visiting the site lots happened since i last visited what a lovely village
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April 13, 2015 - 03:21 PM
Keith

  Just passing through, as I do when out cycling, & just to say that it is always a pleasure riding through your village(s), peaceful, clean, & tidy.
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April 08, 2015 - 07:45 PM
Michelle Nash
troonpossie@aol.com

  As a child our family lived in Lower Froyle, we lived in Breklands
We lived there between 71-74. I can remember Mrs Savage who's home was attached to ours and her husband died in the 2nd World War, his name is on the memorial. Family friends were the Watkins and Cousins.
Today myself & a brother and sister returned to the village, many many fond memories while walking round,. Would of loved to of had a glimpse inside our childhood home!
If anyone has any memories or photos of our years in Lower Froyle please please email me..
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August 26, 2014 - 09:00 PM
Alan Jenkins
alan@gopub2pub.com

  I am doing some research relating to an old "Hen and Chicken Inn" jigsaw puzzle and wondered if Annette and/or Chris could contact me to see if they can help?
Thanks.
p.s. I was recommended to you by Ann a regular at the H&C
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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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