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  • Neil Fortey on The Lane FamilyHazel, your comment about listening to your father rings a bell with me. There's so much I wish I could...
  • Hazel Meiklejohn on The Lane FamilyHello Neil, I have made a mistake and put 1985-86 and of course should be 1885-86. Frank was a farmer...
  • Richard Bradshaw on Growing up in Bottesford in the 60’s & 70’sGood old cockney or was it "Bobney", which was a nickname coined by Tony Grainger? Strange to say I left...
  • Neil Fortey on The Lane FamilyHello Hazel, thanks for getting in touch and adding more information. I hope you don't mind, but I changed the...
  • Neil Fortey on Two men playing dominoes in Rutland ArmsHello Bernard, thanks for pointing out the obvious. We should have gone to the local branch of a well-known high...
  • Hazel Meiklejohn on The Lane FamilyThis is a most interesting read as I am the Gt Grand-Daughter of Francis Lane. Just a couple of things...
  • Anne Irons on House History – Claremont, High StreetMy great uncle, Ernest James Miller is shown in the British Medical Register 1931 as living in Claremont House, Bottesford....
  • Bernard Carey on Two men playing dominoes in Rutland ArmsSorry to be 'contrary' to the caption, but I think these two chaps are playing Dominoes.
  • Richard Griffiths on The Norris FamilyMy mother in law is a Norris, but her family come from the East End of London. Her great grandfather...
  • kenny kirton on Growing up in Bottesford in the 60’s & 70’sMatt, if you send me a email address I will send you a pic with you ... or, if you...
  • Patricia Cheetham (nee Moxon) on Chapel StreetFascinating page My parents Francis and Dorothy Moxon lived at the Old Manse from 1950 until the death of Francis...
  • Neil Fortey on Bottesford village school juniors football team, 1956Hi Ken, Thanks for the correction, which has been made. Neil (ed)
  • KEN KIRTON on Bottesford village school juniors football team, 1956It's not Kenny Kirton ..it's Dereck Kirton...
  • KEN KIRTON on Frank KirtonI know these comments are correct, as I used to go to Frank's house at Sandwich for holidays..Kenny Kirton
  • David Middleton on Isaac JohnsonDear Paul That's most interesting news and many thanks for establishing contact. We would be most grateful to receive copies...
  • Paul Dujon on Isaac JohnsonMy name is Paul Dujon (47) from Peterborough, and Private Isaac Johnson was my great-great uncle on my mother's side....
  • Neil Fortey on Who Lived in Church Street in 1901?Dear Alison, this is a tricky question. In the 1881 census, the two enumerators for Bottesford and Easthorpe-Normanton, respectively, recorded...
  • Neil Fortey on Redevelopment of Bullock and Driffill siteHello Alison, Thanks for contacting us. I recall that around the turn of the century Debdale Farm was occupied by...
  • Alison Thorp on Aerial picture of Rectory Farm and the end of Pinfold LaneIt would be fantastic to see any historic images of this area, 'the Nook'. I think some of my ancestors,...
  • Alison Thorp on Who Lived in Church Street in 1901?My ancestors the Harvey family (John Head and Ann Wife) lived at 1 Church St, Bottesford, according to the 1881...
  • Alison Thorp on Redevelopment of Bullock and Driffill siteI presume Debdale Lodge/Farm on Barkstone Lane is long gone. I've traced my ancestors, the Harvey family to this lodge...
  • mr j brogan on The Christmas familyI have a bible which is inscribed to Reginald Christmas from your mother for your birthday 1898 march Cambridgeshire.
  • Allan Brandon on Geology of the Bottesford AreaThe stones used in the prominent buildings, including the churches, would have been very obvious to the team mapping the...
  • Neil Fortey on “We have our cricket team”Thanks, Michael. I will edit the caption. It can't be easy identifying some of the players, with the picture being...
  • Michael Bradshaw on “We have our cricket team”The person on the back row down as Bernard Box with a ? along side is not Bernard, it is...

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