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May 30, 2011 - 05:14 PM
Angela Holden
Angieholden@rocketmail.com

  I have been serching my families history and I have found my grandfather and granmothers wedding date. Thomas William Dawson to Ethel Maud on 7th Aug 1933
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April 20, 2011 - 08:46 AM
Donald Stephen Rampton
ramptonsteve@yahoo.co.uk

  Visited last year,used this site to track ancestry. Excellent info got back to 1841 Great,great,great Grandad Daniel b1797 Agri.Lab. resided Yarnhams. will return this year to take photos and possibly more info. Brilliant Thank You.
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April 19, 2011 - 04:05 PM
Josephine Turney
turneyje@hotmail.com

  Thanks for our chat on my visit to Froyle. I am looking for information that will help with my search into the Windebank family. Daniel Windebank my great grandfather was born in Froyle around 1854 when he was christened there on February 5th 1854. I believe his father may have been a Henry Windebank married to Sarah. If anyone can assist me to go back further I would be most pleased. Josephine Windebank Turney
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April 11, 2011 - 04:25 PM
Joan Webb
webb276@btinternet.com

  My brother George Douglas died suddenly in March.We both grew up in Upper Froyle during the 60's and 70's when we moved down from Northumberland and like me he loved coming back to visit the village whenever he could.
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April 07, 2011 - 07:26 AM
Mark Dalton
mark@trackdayriders.co.uk

  Wow. amazing memories. Lived in Highway Lodge in the early 70s. My dad (Doug) played in goal for the football team and I went to the school that is now a house, as is the the old Prince of Wales where I remember tapping on the window for more pop and crisps!

Thanks for the Memory :)
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April 01, 2011 - 05:35 AM
angela winston-gregson
angela.winstongregson@gmail.com

  Thanks for a great website. How wonderful to have St Mary's records online. I am researching my ancestors Stephen Rothwell who married to Mary Hawkins there in april 1752, and was buried there 15 Feb 1795. Their granddaughter married William Winslade in London in 1814 and his daughter Ellen Lester nee Winslade emigrated to Australia via New Zealand in the 1870s. Other relatives are from Holybourne. Hope I can come along to your reunion one day.
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March 29, 2011 - 08:03 PM
steve brimson
s.brimson@ntlworld.com

  this web site has been of great use thankyou
,I am looking into the carter and cox family 1901-1911 any info would be great esp on charles conrad carter 1889 -1950 resided at froyle during 1912-1920 with edith cater nee cox
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March 15, 2011 - 09:38 PM
MaryAnn
outdoorsgirl@hotmail.com

  I've just recently been corresponding with a relative about our ancestors. I googled Froyle which is where my ancestors came from. What an awesome site you have. I am a descendant from the Croucher Family - George Croucher who immigrated to Canada in 1870 because of the economy. He wrote his autobiography about living in Froyle and his life in Canada.

This is what I have about him.
George Croucher Birth Place: Froyle Hants Engl
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1854
Father Name: Samuel Croucher
Mother Name: Sophia Croucher

I hope to have some time to go through your records more thoroughly. Thank you again for posting these.
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February 27, 2011 - 03:10 PM
Roger Thompson
email@rogerthompson.com http://rogerthompson.com

  My great grandfather Thomas Thompson(1830-1901) was Minister at Froyle Methodist church in 1880. He was on the Alton circuit and the Census in 1881 records him and his family as living at 32 High Street, Alton, Hampshire. He was a leadminer in Weardale, Durham until the age of 25 when he was ordained as a Methodist minister and served in parishes along the south coast from Hayle in Cornwall to Brighton in Sussex. He was also in Atherstone, Leicestershire(1861), Helmsley in Yorkshire(1873), Bridgend, South Wales(1891) and retired from Ashburton, Devon in 1900 to Willesden in North London where he died on his way back from a preaching appointment in May 1901.
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February 15, 2011 - 02:52 PM
Joan Webb
webb276@btinternet.com

  just been looking at the photos of the hop picking and I remember there used to be hops in the field at Upper Froyle which could be seen when walking up the hill from the Hen & Chicken.
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