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What is this page about....

Every now and again the webmaster (that's Christian) gets an E mail asking for information about someone's family history or similar enquiries. We encourage these types of E mails as we usually finish up learning a bit more about our village.

 

Copied below are queries that have been received. If you can provide any information please go to the contact us page and send us an E mail.

 

From Hugh Homan:

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Dear people of Berwick St James!
 
What a  fantastic website!  Congratulations!
 
Briefly (your time is  precious), I'm a foreigner - I live in Suffolk!
 
But in the 1920s  my grandmother's half-sister came to live in Berwick St James with her husband  and two daughters.  A son was born later.  They lived in  'Westfields'.  I have a photo of it - an old, thatched, detached cottage.   Does it still exist, I wonder?
 
My wife and I are coming  down to visit a friend who lives in Lydford-on-Fosse next month and I'd very  much like to call by and take some photos of your area as I'm beginning to  follow up some family history.
 
If I may ask you for a brief  response to this e-mail (anybody know of said property?) I would appreciate it  very much.
Sincerely
 
Hugh HOMAN

Since receiving the above E mail High has sent another E mail stating that he suspects that the Westfield house may infact be in Lake.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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