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01 June 2016
I am also a volunteer for the National Trust talk service and guide at Stoneywell near Loughborough. I am hoping to do a talk about lost Leicestershire mills to our local history group later in the year and I wonder if C you can help by putting me in touch with anyone in your local history group with photographs or information about windmills that existed in the Tilton area. I have seen one picture in the book by Nigel Moon of Tilton Post Mill. Thanks, Mark Temple
03 August 2015
What a fantastic resource. Have found the complete record of part of our family on here. Thank you so much for all the hardwork that has gone in to creating this site.
26 June 2015
Benjamin Tilton , 840 Old Homestead, Swanzey, New Hampshire
Will Visit some day!
31 May 2015
Very thorough and well-presented site. Almost as good as a wander around, which being in Canada is difficult for me. I was looking at the stones to see how they weathered -- not often a geologist gets to look at rocks with their dates written on them -- and have a few questions if anyone is interested in helping in that regard.
12 May 2015
Have found so much on here about my great grandmas relatives (Curtis Family). Only found out they were from tilton once I started on my family trees.
05 May 2014
Thanks so much for the information. I didn't realize there were so many names of my ancestors in this area. Again - thank you !!
Connie Brockhurst (nee Fleming)
17 April 2014
I found this guest book quite by chance and was interested immediately. In September 1939 I was evacuated to this village from London and was billeted upon the Gutteridge family and I remember Edith Gutteridge and her son Willoughby Gutteridge. The family has the village bakery and were also corn, seed and animal feed merchants, the name of their house being Spion Kop.
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