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I dare say that there are a few locals that should recognize themselves even after all these years.
Barry Hi Jane,good to hear from someone out of the past, my address is [email protected] you give me your email address I will gladly send you a copy of the photo in question.
However he must have been well thought of as he was presented with a chair "Presented to MARK JEANESIn Remembrance of Twenty Years FAITHFUL SERVICEJune 15th 1905"The only big house that I can find is Inwood House, does anybody have any records on who worked there?
If anyone has any information please can they let me know.thank [email protected] anyone add any information to the fact that Wincanton truck centre at Henstridge business park has been closed by administrators, I'm looking for advice on a diesel horse box to convert and the possible servicing thereof if purchassed Hello, I'm doing some research for a friend whose father was killed while she was just a baby in 1944. S vehicle which caused the accident as British Rail refused to pay the £1,000 compensation because of the U.
I am compiling THE HERALDRY OF ELY CATHEDRAL and writing a short biography of the Bishop.
I'm aware of the Hobbs monument in the Church but I would love to know what sort of family the Hobbs were. Any ideas gratefully received,many thanks, Tim Cockerill Hi, you might be interested in the fact that my grandfather Albert Hobbs came from Henstridge and moved to Deal in Kent after WW2 with his brother and they both married twin sisters in Kingsdown, Kent.
My great grandfather Stephen Pitman was a gardener at Inwood 1885-1895. He described painting and pruning the vines in the first week of January 1887 and then working in the Peach house untying the trees and painting and pruning.I therefore enjoyed your photographs online of the estate workers and would be grateful if anyone else has photographs of the gardens at Inwood from that time.Thank you, Peter Bullock I am looking for a photo/postcard of Keyham House, Henstridge from circa 1920 - 1947. Philip Lloyd Neville and his wife Eleanor Dora (nee Fellowes), their two children George Neville and John Neville but also Richard Neville, a nephew who was heir to the Butleigh Court Estate near Glastonbury.
Yours cordially, Robert Senior Does anyone remember an episode of a children's tv serial being shot in Henstridge?Hester was the daughter of Shadrach, and I think some of the family may have been Attorneys-at-law? The quiz night at the Bird in Hand is raising money for a Christmas Party in the village hall for the children of Henstridge.I would like some help with raffle prizes, so if any one has something to donate we would be truly grateful.I was one of the boys looking back at the camera when the picture was taken.I also remember the driver crawling out of the window of the upturned car.