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Mike & Penny Tilton
01 October 2007
Looking for family in the family named village. My husband's mother has done fmaliy genealogy for 15 years and has lot of family information. We're thinking about visiting Tilton. Any Tilton's living in Tilton? We live in Reno, NV with lots of family in California, USA. Cheers!
07 August 2007
There are no Tiltons in Tilton on Hill.
When did they leave ?
Where did they go?
[ed: They were never here...]
04 June 2007
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04 June 2007
Enjoyed the info which broought back memories of my enjoyable visit there about 8 yrs ago. But was disappointed that there seemed to be no members of the Tilton family still living in the area. Also was hoping to find info about the leprosy sanitarium which I understand was provided by family members, or at east the land.
My ancestors immigrated to USA about 1635.
20 May 2007
read the comments left by mrs m head, HOW unjust and unfair to make a comment about tilton pub after only one short vist, it is a fantastic pub and by no means unhappy, the staff and locals are such a happy lovely bunch of people,so if you ever find yourself in lovely tilton, do pay a vist to the lovely village pub, there is also a lovely village shop/store , which is also worth a vist even if its just to meet the lovely very friendly staff that work there
23 April 2007
Perfect work. Great site. Add more pictures. It'll make your site more attractive.
18 April 2007
I visited Tilton today, had a good look around the village and particularly the church, which was open. I walked in the footsteps of my ancestors , the Warringtons. Even went into the old pub which must have been used by them. Sorry to say, it wasnt a happy pub.
Also visited Barsby and Ashby Folville where some of the Warringtons moved to circa 1830. Found the gravestone of Samuel Warrington who died at Barsby but who had been born at Tilton in 1780.
All lovely villages in the spring sunshine.
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