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Elsie H. Wison
30 January 2008
Researching the Hooker family that lived at Marsfield, but parish church was Tilton.
1500's and earlier.
Family of Rev. Thomas Hooker, b. 1586
24 January 2008
I've been enjoying looking at everything on your excellent site - mainly because I know someone who has gone to live in Tilton.
03 January 2008
i have just read one off your entries left by ema tiney i think i know your family and played as a child with your father and is brothers
23 December 2007
i was born at tilton and my grandfather was station master there until the station closed my family goes back a long time my great grandfathers name was goodman and my grandfathers was reed
21 December 2007
Thank you for this useful site. I am researching a group of families from the Isle of Ely and a member, named Wilson Johnson, married Elizabeth Bryan at Tilton on the Hill on 8 Oct 1811. More information about either party would be welcomed.
28 November 2007
Thanks for all your hard work. I am researching the Leeson family based in Cold Newton and there seem to be lots of Tilton links, so will be paying a visit soon.
15 November 2007
I visited the Cathedral and the Vicar in February 2004. Beautiful West Highland Terriers and nice tea, dear Sir!
Yes the Tiltons of Tilton left around 1600. I spent alot of time researching our history. The vicar gave me the names of a couple Tiltons who were still very energetic about our pre-American history in England. If you want to start, read Richardson's book "The Tilton Territory". That's a good start.
David (currently unable to get to me box of Tilton history).
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