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  • Neil Fortey on Percival (Percy) Charles GaylardHello Timothy, Thanks for adding this information and correction. The online image (Find My Past) of the relevant page(s) from...
  • Timothy Gaylard on Percival (Percy) Charles GaylardThis is Percy's grandson, Timothy, son of Richard, the eldest child. Percy and Rosa only had four children, not five....
  • Neil Fortey on Jack Cole, Bottesford bus driver, about 1963.Hello Matthew, thanks for pointing this out. We wouldn't have known otherwise. Any further details you have will be most...
  • Matthew Smith on Jack Cole, Bottesford bus driver, about 1963.The bus is owned and operated by Trent Motor Traction of Derby rather than their rivals, Barton Transport of Chilwell...
  • Sarah j on Belvoir high schoolI was class of 94-98 and amazed to see that we were also taught by Mr Hodson: Wow!
  • Neil Fortey on Muston School in 1940Hi Wendi, thanks for this comment and the one on the Herbert Turner page. With regard to the school picture...
  • Wendi Robinson on Muston School in 1940My Father is Peter Robinson and I have an original copy of this. He passed 2017. He liked this photograph...
  • Wendi Robinson on Memories of Herbert TurnerMy late Father Peter Robinson who lived with his Mother Ivy Robinson, Father Ben & brother Denys at Branston House...
  • Arthur Neuendorffer on The Countess of Rutland’s Poesie 1 – Shakespeare Unmasked----------------------------­-------------­----------- 1623 Folio (Act 4, Scene 7) Claudius reads Hamlet's letter to Laertes: 'High and mighty, You shall know I...
  • Stef on Chapter 7: ‘Yours in memory’I am looking for any information on a George James Dean please who was on a 207 squadron Lancaster shot...
  • Neil Fortey on Leicestershire Regiment (?) – World War I.Hi Michelle, you will find information about them pre-1914 in the Long Long Trail website, which describes them as being...
  • Michelle McIntosh on Leicestershire Regiment (?) – World War I.Hello, I know I am really late to this thread, but was looking at the photo of the territorials and...
  • Heather McGowan on Flight LM311, RAAF 467 SquadronJack Greenwood was my uncle, though passed away before I was born. His grave is in Mankinholes near to his...
  • BASE Controller on Flight LM311, RAAF 467 SquadronI visited the site of the Memorial yesterday with two of my Grandchildren. It is included in the Geocaching.com War...
  • Michael Bradshaw on A Victorian garden partyHi Neil, hope you are well. In regards to the name Cooper, my next door neighbour when I lived in...
  • Neil Fortey on Mrs Isabella GaleHello John, thanks very much for getting on touch. All three of the Gale boys from Muston (Charles, Christopher and...
  • Arthur Neuendorffer on Elizabeth Sidney 1585-1612. Her LifeAs Ilya Gililov points out in his book _The Mystery of the Great Phoenix_ the similarity between the Elizabeth &...
  • Michael Bradshaw on The Bull: History of an Eighteenth Century InnMy early recollections of the Bull. Both I and my brother John were apprenticed Painters and Decorators with Mr Allan...
  • John James on Mrs Isabella GaleMy Mum’s father was Ernest Gale whose brother Luke also enlisted in the Lincolnshire Regiment an amazing co-incidence. I wonder...
  • Neil Fortey on Woolsthorpe canal bridge and lock cottageDear Tony, thanks for this insight into past events on the old canal. Perhaps the modern canal preservation group might...
  • Neil Fortey on James William BendDear Erwin, again our thanks for the information you have provided. It is clear that your great-grandfather did not join...
  • Neil Fortey on Bottesford Boy Scouts, possibly c.1960Dear Michael and Tony, thanks for sorting out the details of this photograph. Where would this archive be without supporters...
  • Tony Gammage on Woolsthorpe canal bridge and lock cottageNot sure of the date but would have been 1950s to 60s. There used to be what we called the...
  • Tony Gammage on Bottesford Boy Scouts, possibly c.1960The boy on first row left hand side is, I think, Peter Donger from the Hollies Farm in Easthorpe. As...
  • Tony Gammage on Memories of Herbert TurnerThe picture approaching Muston was taken from what was Easthorpe Lane, now cut by the A52. I biked this lane...

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