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Nic 10 December 2004
Wonderful site, very thorough! A first-class project!


val seal 26 November 2004
What a good site.Someone has worked very hard. My great grandfather, Thomas Henry Broom lived in Tilton from about 1871 until his death in 1939. He was the postman and had 11 children in a tiny cottage. We are thrilled to see that their home has now been named
Broom(e) cottage.


David Chamberlain 29 October 2004
Superb web site. I am researching my family history and found the genealogy section very interesting although I am still looking for information on two of my relatives who are listed as born in Halstead and Tilton on the Hill.


Celia Buckley 09 October 2004
Great Website-
I was interested in seeing the gravestone of Richard Freeman - My maiden name was Freeman, daughter of John Harris Freeman, (Mother Kathleen) At this stage unable to track down my grandfather, I do know he was from a well known Oakham family.


Celia Buckley 09 October 2004
Great Website-
I was interested in seeing the gravestone of Richard Freeman - My maiden name was Freeman, daughter of John Harris Freeman(Mother Kathleen) At this stage unable to track down my grandfather, I do know he was from a well known Oakham family.


Sheila Denholm 21 September 2004
I am researching the Holdsworth family of The Coplow, Billesdon, on behalf of descendants in Australia. If anyone else is interested in this family I should very much like to hear from them.


Mike Perkins 19 August 2004
I was given the task of helping a work colleague, non-internet user to try and find out something about his family history. He was totally amazed to find out that Liquorish was a surname associated with the Tilton area.The task was made so much easier thanks to the people who have made available this superb archive of information.Congratulations would be an understatement but many thanks anyway.




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