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Is there anyway of identifying a grave at St Marys church where the inscription has been worn away.The grave obviously belongs to a child because of the size.

From: Andrew Gillard    Date: 27 Mar 2017 12:05
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I was looking at the photographs of the bell ringers for 1970 at St Marys church and the person between Pete Ash and Edgar is Harry Drayton not Michael Ash.

From: Andrew Gillard    Date: 27 Mar 2017 11:58
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I have been researching various lines of my families history and have recently discovered the POOLE and ENGLAND lines.  Robert Poole (1770 - 1849) being my 4th great grandfather.  Also following CHAMEN line (Richard TEWKESBURY CHAMEN)

From: Karyl Harcus-Brettenny    Date: 25 Aug 2015 10:37
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My grandmother Mary Florence Peet was brought up by her grandmother, Sara Harding widow of Thomas, at Middlefield farm in 1880/90s - how exciting to find the photo of the house as it would have been in her time. if anyone has any other links to the family would love to hear thank you
Janett Thornalley Lincs.

From: Janett Thornalley    Date: 01 Mar 2014 16:35
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Middlefield Farm
I believe the photo you see dates from about 1896. The people in the picture were Francis and Harriet Warry, my newly married grandparents.

From: Gordon Denman    Date: 01 Nov 2015 22:11
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Hi I was looking through the pictures of Seavington West Street Farm. Which
show Jack Jeffery with his shepherd, the shepherd was my father Fred Gale,
we have some of the pictures but not all, I do have the winning rozettes from
that time.
It is great to see the pictures reach a greater audience.
Thank you.
Tony Gale

From: Tony Gale    Date: 17 Nov 2013 16:19
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The birth/death/marriage Parish Records were very useful. Allowed me to trace relative Joel Long and wife Mary Ware as well as all their children.

Are there any plans to do the same for All Saints Church in Lopen please.

Regards
Andrew Robert Aeneas Francon Williams

From: Andrew Williams    Date: 30 Oct 2012 21:28
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Good site,Iwas interested in the village of Seavington St Michael as my grandfather’s family came from the village,he was called Frederick Swain born in 1870.

From: Colin Swain    Date: 24 Nov 2011 19:34
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Excellent site.Have found so many previously unknown past relatives.Thank-you so much.

From: Sheila Scroccaro    Date: 02 Jun 2011 12:56
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This is really delightful - I’ve quite enjoyed my visit, many thanks!
Pauline

From: Pauline Burr    Date: 31 Mar 2011 22:27
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