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 January 25, 2017 - 12:05 PM
Mano from United Kingdom

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Saw some of the churches recently and wanted to learn more about their history. Thank you so much for this site and the work you do!
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 September 04, 2016 - 06:42 AM
Dave Watts from United Kingdom

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Visited Nayland and Wiston on tracing my family as far back as 1660 to a place called circle farm I believe, although I've been unable to track this down to an exact spot. I have to say I was most impressed with what must be very fine examples of Tudor dwellings.
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 May 07, 2015 - 10:06 AM
Kelvin Smith from United Kingdom

oxboroughhistorygroup@gmail.com
Excellent website! How may I obtain copies of two of your publications, please? - 1. Nayland: Suffolk Town and Village and 2. Nayland & Wiston 1860s - 1950s: A Portrait in Photographs.
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 February 01, 2015 - 05:13 PM
Janice Hepworth from United Kingdom

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My Great grandfather George Radley Preston was born in Wissington in 1860; his father Robert Radley was buried in St. Mary's churchyard in 1888. Does anyone have any information about the family please? Is there a link to Radley's Lane, or is this just coincidence? Thanks.
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 November 18, 2014 - 11:05 PM
Harry J Doyle from United Kingdom

harryjdoyle40@btinternet.com
Very, very interesting article regarding the Great War in Nayland by Mary. It is written so wonderfully well and accurate with lots of facts, it seems that Mary was actually there, was she?
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 August 19, 2014 - 09:57 AM
janet Essex (nee Oliver ) from United Kingdom

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my father frank richard oliver was born in Nayland in 1922 my grandparents lived in Rose cottage in Fenn Street, and my grandfather was a member of the British Legion anyone have any further info to share
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 January 27, 2014 - 06:18 PM
Debi Powell from United States

flagatorgal74@gmail.com
I would love to be able to speak with Ms. Ruth Patterson who signed the guest book. We have a common Ancestor, Shubael Stearns. Also, does anyone there do lookuos for folks researching their geneogy? If someone does, can they look at church records for marriages, baptisms, or christenings? Does anyone take photos of old headstones for folks doing their genealogy too? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you!
Debi
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 January 27, 2014 - 06:05 PM
Debi Powell from United States

flagatorgal74@gmail.com
I am searching for my Ancestors of the Shubael Stearns line that came to America on the flagship the Arabella in 1630. Would love to speak with others researching Shubael Stearns and family. Also, does anyone know if someone does lookups in the church records for marriages, baptisms or christenings? Does anyone there take photos of old headstones for others doing genealogy? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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 December 26, 2013 - 02:58 PM
Debra Hay from United Kingdom

hayfarmhouse@hotmail.com
I am doing some research on a Canadian artist, Emily Carr , who stayed at the Jane Walker Hospital in the early 1900's
It would be particularly interesting if any family of Jane Walker or people who worked at the hospital ever received artwork or letters from her. All information will be passed to
the Royal British Columbia Museum. I live in Suffolk , so plan to come and visit the area in 2014.
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October 27, 2013 - 09:31 PM
Michael Boyd from United Kingdom

mike@aeolianpianola.co.uk
Could any of your residents help me with a little historical research, please? I am the owner of a 1938 Alvis car, bought new by Violet Walsh, Bear House, Bear Street, Nayland. I am in touch with Mrs Walsh's descendents. In 1950 she sold the car to Mr W Matthews, Cedar Cottage, Nayland. Thereafter the trail goes cold. Does the Matthews family still live in Nayland? They may know who the car was then sold to. Any information would be most gratefully received.
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