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  • Neil Fortey on James William BendDear Erwin, Thanks for sending us this information, which clears up our uncertainty regarding James William Bend's life after WW1....
  • Erwin Bend on James William BendJames moved to Canada after the war and lived in Battle River, Alberta, near Lloydminster. He is listed in the...
  • Neil Fortey on Bottesford Boy Scouts, possibly c.1960Thanks Lynn. Can you confirm where the picture was taken? I expect it was the hall in the new High...
  • Lynn on Bottesford Boy Scouts, possibly c.1960I think the boy at the very front on the right hand side of the photograph might be Stuart Spalding....
  • Edmund Wilkinson on 8. Vice in Every Village, Poverty in Every CottageThere was certainly vice in Muston in the early eighteenth century! While researching the 1719 Will of one of my...
  • Neil Fortey on Woolsthorpe canal pool looking towards MustonHi Tony, Thanks again for your comments on pictures in the archive. This is one of the photos Michael Honeybone...
  • Tony Gammage on Woolsthorpe canal pool looking towards MustonThe lock gates were removed in the mid late fifty’s from all the locks along the canal and wind up...
  • Tony Gammage on The Coy and Bray families of MustonThe picture of tractor and binder brought back many memories. I spent many hours with Bill Bray and Walter Coy...
  • Brian Hutchings on Chapter 7: ‘Yours in memory’My wife's uncle was Eric Cartwright on N for Nuts. From talking to a Dutch lady who kept records of...
  • John Stirland on Who Lived in Muston in 1851?This makes fascinsting reading to someone who moved to Muston two years ago and now looks after the graveyard. So...
  • Neil Fortey on Bottesford gas worksDear Allen, thanks for your observations. The gasholders are long-gone, as you'd expect, but the manager's house is still there,...
  • Neil Fortey on Muston School, 1923Dear Tony, thanks for this fascinating information and memories. This is a lovable picture, and you have pinned it down...
  • Allen Hatheway on Bottesford gas worksExcellent and very useful Gasworks image, showing the three gasholder technical styles from throughout the history of manufactured gas in...
  • Tony Gammage on Muston School, 1923I believe the picture was taken on the lawn between the school house and the school building: the fence separating...
  • Kenny kirton on Bottesford Primary School Football Team 1958We played all our games on the VC hall playing field.Huge pitch when you think U/10s play on small pitchs...
  • Jeff Death on Chapter 13: ‘He will be greatly missed and mourned’My Uncle Frank Dixon is mentioned above. Always very proud of him and his crew...
  • Neil Fortey on John William DammsDear Brian, Thanks very much for providing this additional information. Neil Fortey (ed). PS Do you mind if I ask...
  • Brian Dammes on John William DammsThe Willie - Thomas William - referred to here is my father (known in later years as Bill). He was...
  • Sharon Burke on J.D.Robinson & Co, BottesfordI am just wanting to correct the information I provided back in 2012, based on family information at the time....
  • Peter Langton on Sisters by the house on The SquareProbably knew my father David Langton, colour blind engineer?
  • tina on Difficult to TraceHi Nina, Elizabeth Leake Middleton was sister to my great grandmother Beatrice Middleton. I would love to hear from you....
  • Peter Langton on What Year Was This?Photograph 2 my father David Charles Langton 5th from the right middle row.
  • Peter Langton on What Year Was This?My Uncle Malcolm Langton. My he was handsome went on to be a very capable engineer. I wonder are there...
  • Janet Dammes on Arthur William MarstonPleased to see this latest addition on the website. 121 Highbury Road was the old Highbury Hospital, poss known at...
  • Neil Fortey on May Day Pageant – fancy dress – 1Hello Roz, thanks for setting the record straight. I'll correct the picture notes as required. With best wishes, Neil.

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