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Ray Edward Tilton 18 September 2006
My younger brother had a wonderful time there and just a couple of years ago and has raved about it ever since. He was there getting some hip surgery which went well, and his lady friend took some reslly beautyful pictures of the area.
I hope to visit there someday myself. David was the one who asked me to visit this website.
Thank you for having it.
Ray Edward Tilton


Edward Tilton 15 September 2006
As far as I can tell, all of the Tiltons left for America in the 1630's. Anything on that?


Deborah Brewin (nee Wadd) 08 September 2006
Love the site, I was born in Tilton along with my 3 brothers and lived at Sycamore Cottage. I attended the original school and have many happy memories of my early life in the village. Great to see my grandma's grave featured and will visit the site again.
My father Don Wadd was apprenticed to Ben Curtis.


Annie Boag 08 September 2006
This is a very attractive and well produced site.I would be very interested in a picture of the old school. My great great grandfather was the school master there in 1901. I would also be very interested in making contact with anyone who has information about him and his family. His name was Edmund Uren- an unusual name ... might ring some bells with researchers. Thank you
Annie


Kevin Fry 19 August 2006
Interesting site. The 'marriage' shown in Billesdon for Charles Spooner Pettifor is actually the GRO reference for his death.


carole robson 09 August 2006
came across your wonderful site whilst researching my family tree. if i am carrect-please let me know as theres still some confirmation to be done-then hannah curtis c1847 (the daughter of jonathon c1817 and amy c1823) was the mother of annie who married my gt gt gt grandad isaac kay!


Bill Aimone 12 July 2006
Question from the US: I would like to know if John Digby de Tilton is buried in the Abbey or its grounds. He embarked on the first Crusade in 1096. His son Edward Digby Tilton went on the second Crusade (1147) and the third in 1188, I understand he is also buried in or near the Abbey.
Thank you in Advance,
Bill Aimone




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