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Lois (Tilton) Braccio
17 June 2006
My great-grandfther was John Henry Tilton (sea-captain) born in 1840 in Pa. He married Eliza Ann Frambes in N.J. and they had 3 children. He may have ended his days in Baltimore, Md. I am unable to establish who his parents were.
Helen Anderson (nee Partridge)
28 May 2006
Brilliant site! I remember Tilton well, my father farmed at Whatborough on the hill, and at Rodhill Farm, and I went to old village school there, I remember the Meakin family having a shop down way past the Church.
25 April 2006
smashing site hubands father lived in tilton woking on the railway and lived in the cottages with his family the lowe family who came from billesdon thanks again margaret lowe
10 March 2006
Love the site
I'm doing a Billesdon Marriage Challenge at present and trying to match all the GRO for Billesdon RO from 1837-1912 and list with actual dates, spouse and place of marriage. any additons or look ups would be gratefully received. I have found a book of Tilton Banns at the Record Office, but the Marriage Register is missing - any ideas?
05 March 2006
PLUS my father died in tilton (1970) and there is no record of him.
05 March 2006
I am astonished to see that my surname is not on the website as my mothe (Lydia Spilner) has lived in Tilton since 1951 and is well known.
05 February 2006
I am reaserching my Ancestors and on my mothers side the line is full of Liquorishes. But they are the London mob, including would you believe it (1901 Census William Liquorish born 1861 London) but with wife Drusilla plus Sidney,Daisy,Lily,Edward,Alice and finally Flossie (my beloved Granny) all from Halstead in Essex. How is that for coincidence? I would look forward to talking to your Liquorish Expert to see if our and your are connected in any way. Cheers Nigel Kenward PS I used to do motor bike trials at Tilton at an old railway embankement!