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Christine Barratt Amorelli |
During WW11 I used to stay at the big farmhouse below the castle hill. I was a small child then (1944) but remember vividly the village, with the "crew yard" full of geese. Mr. & Mrs. Crawford were the owners of the house and I remember going rabbiting in a big sand-pit with their son Alan and his Irish setter, Guy. We would slide down castle hill on mats. War-time, the cities were being bombed but we felt safe in Castle Bytham. Wonderful memories, despite no indoor plumbing!
Monday, 28 May 2007 at 23:32:24 - Ashland, Oregon, USA

debbie o`shea |
myself and my cousin are researhing our family tree, if anyone has any information on the following families Glenn, pick, worthley pick or richardsons we would be most grateful.
Monday, 28 May 2007 at 19:30:02 - Doncaster, S. Yorkshire

virginia annalls-elkins nee sellers |
Hi I was very pleased to hear from the weber family who lived around the corner from us and now keep in touch with jackie who lives in a country town about 4 hours drive away from perth. Would love to hear from anyone who lived in the village in the sixties. Some may know my parents and grandmother. We lived at 4 Water Lane in my grandmothers house Molly Mottashed. Regards Virginia
Tuesday, 15 May 2007 at 10:30:13 - Perth Western Australia

Steve Daff |
Family anecdotes maintain that my father worked in the primary school around 1930-1945. Any records at the school going that far back? His name was Wilfred Daff.
Monday, 23 April 2007 at 15:32:39 - Nottinghamshire

Ms Dyer |
I am not familiar with the Bythams but my house is named 'Bytham Bank'.
I don't know why so any suggestions as to the origins of the name would be most welcome ... perhaps a link to the prehistoric River Bytham? Or a railway station?
Tuesday, 3 April 2007 at 14:38:10 - Hamphire, UK

virginia annalls-elkins nee sellers |
i was very surprised to see a website about castle bytham. i lived in the village from 1960 to 1965 with my parents and two sisters and five brothers. we all migrated to western australia in 1965 and sstill live here. i had the opportunity to visit in 1995 and was amazed to see that the village had hardly changed. i would love to hear from anyone who lived in the village around that time.
Sunday, 18 March 2007 at 17:20:23 - perth western australia

Jenny Blackshaw nee Webber. |
Great website. My sister Gill Abbott sent me an e card of our family home Brooklyn Cottage {Pond House } My parents lived there from 1948-1987.Magic Village to grow up in. I left in 1968 but returned often.
Margaret River Western Australia. Wednesday,February,21st 2007
Wednesday, 21 February 2007 at 11:42:03 - Margaret River Western Australia

Mark Andrew Pullen |
Where do i start,apart from i remember moving to this village in 1972 and living down glen close until we moved in 1983 was a real good experience and people were there for one another.Growing up as a teenager in them days were far better than today.Even though we thought we were hard done too at that age.Going to the primary school there was the best school ever and Mr.Bernard Houghton was the greatest teacher and man i have ever know and had utmost respect for him. The whole community was just excellent and i treasure these memories.Will visit again soon as i like to come back here and meet people from the past.regards Mark.[if you remember me] lol. xx
Tuesday, 13 February 2007 at 20:49:24 - Newark on trent,notts

Gordon Cave |
I had a beaut 18 months working at the quarry around 1967 under Jack Taylr, part owner. I remember Rupert Taylor and ahd a girlfriend named Jenny Harris whos family lived in C.B. Also other names remembered are Ralph Hodgkin, Joe Glenn and Tiny Townsend. It would be super to catch up with anyone from this time. Have a great day
Sunday, 11 February 2007 at 02:02:34 - Tropical Far North Queensland. Australia

Friday, 19 January 2007 at 21:43:10 - GAINSBOROUGH LINCS

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