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james 26 May 2005
Hello from <a href="http://www.chestertourist.com" target=blank>www.chestertourist.com. I found this site while searching for Thomas Cowper of Chester.


Robin Fancott 15 April 2005
Loved the ref. to our ancestor "Old Fishy Fancott". We have a loose group of about a dozen Fancotts in Canada


Marie Mills 29 March 2005
What a great site at last I've found where Great Great Grandfather Knights came from, this has been puzzling me for ages. Many thanks.


Sara Kathryn Wamsley Fields 22 February 2005
Fascinating information! Many thanks for providing this site. Just beginning a search of my maiden name. My father's name was Lomax Wamsley, Jr., who passed 1/10/77 in Potomac, MD, USA. Will be back again.

"Sally" Sara K. W. Fields


Anonymous 09 February 2005
Found the website great
Thanks Lyn Walker


Lyn Walker 09 February 2005
I am trying to find ny husbands ancestors, his great grandfather was Edward Neep Walker who was born 1844, his parents were William Walker and Ann Nixon and they were butchers in Halstead


Jack PENFORD 05 February 2005
What a good example your site is for other villages to emulate. My PENFORD ancestry in Tilton and Halstead was first seen by me over 20 years ago but I hadn't realised there were COXES to be found too. Thanks.




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