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james t tilton
04 June 2004
great site thank you ! my roots my tilton s came to n.a. in 1635
Shirley Steans Australia
27 April 2004
what a great site you have done yourselves proud congratulations. it overwhelmed me to see so many Steans names.it is a site well worth passing on for all to share.thank you Sheila
26 April 2004
What a fantastic website - 'A Village History' to be proud of. Congratulations to all concerned. The genealogy section is fantastic - sorry I can't find a family connection tho. I will recommend it however.
17 April 2004
What a fantastic site! I am related to the Kitchen and Ward families that are in the census returns for Tilton/Halstead. Thanks to the site I now have a few images of gravestones and have found that Walter Kitchen died in the 1st World War.
William F. Koranda
24 February 2004
A genealogist from Quorn directed me to your excellent site. I'm in Milwaukee, WI (USA)tracing some of the Stubbs family from Halstead.
23 February 2004
My project of photographing pre 1900 headstones throughout the county can skip Tilton. This site has done an excellent job in preserving part of
the county history. Well done.
18 February 2004
I came upon this site by accident - having been born in Marefield and attended school in Tilton, I was fascinated to read about my birthplace. What an excellent site, so well researched. Mr Soper, I seem to remember your wife taught me knitting at school.… [My mother actually - ed]
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