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Sam Goodliffe |
My connection to Castle Bytham is that my great great grandmother was born there in approximately 1853. Her name was Mary Ann Patrick and she married Wright Thompson in 1872, he was from North Muskham. Her father's name was Seaton Patrick and her mother was Ruth (maiden name possibly Spowage?). Would be very grateful for any other information on any of the people mentioned or their ancestors/descendants.

Does anyone living now in the area share any of these family names?

Enjoyed the website very much, will be watching it's growth with interest. Thank you.
Friday, May 09, 2003 at 13:53:15 (BST) - Bristol, England

Tina Mason | |
We fell in love with Castle Bytham whilst house hunting last year and moved into Water Lane end of last year. Now Spring is here the village is truly a joy to wake up to in the morning.
Monday, March 17, 2003 at 13:04:06 (GMT) - Castle Bytham, UK

Jean Fox |
My daughter, husband and grandchildren live in Castle Bytham and I visit them quite regularly so it was lovely to visit the website and bring back so many memories, especially of the rain and flooding.
Wednesday, March 05, 2003 at 14:17:42 (GMT) - Los Alcazares. Spain

Christopher Fawcett |
My mothers family came from Little Bytham - they were called Woodcock. Are there any Woodcocks still in or near the village? I usually visit several times a year and stay at the Willoughby Arms - I would be pleased to speak to any Woodcocks in the area.
Tuesday, March 04, 2003 at 15:02:05 (GMT) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Christopher Fawcett |
An excellent site. However, what is happening to the Mallard Arms?
Tuesday, March 04, 2003 at 14:58:38 (GMT) - Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Norman Mapperson
My grandparents Charles & Mary migrated from Castle Bytham to Australia in 1853. My G.Grandparents are buried in St James churchyard (Francis & Susannah- nee Inglis) I visited there in 1995 & was thrilled to see the headstone, talk to village folk and photograph spots around.

Francis was born at Pickworth.

I would be so glad to get any relevant contacts.

Congratulations on the website and photos.
Sunday, February 23, 2003 at 09:26:47 (GMT - Melbourne. Australia

Norman Mapperson |
My Grandfather and Great Uncle (Charles and Henry Mapperson) came from Castle Bytham in Australia in 1853.
Sunday, December 01, 2002 at 11:27:03 (GMT) - Melbourne, Victoria. Australia

Joan & Tom Williams
Well Done. A very interesting website. Have taken advantage of the virtual postcard feature.
Saturday, August 17, 2002 at 15:13:20 (BST) - Castle Bytham

Mary McCambridge |
Thank you for your website. My g.g.g.g.grandfather was born in Castle Bytham circa 1700. He died there and his family moved on to Rippingale and Keisby. I would like to know more about what life would have been like there in those days. Any ideas?
Thursday, July 25, 2002 at 21:55:36 (BST) - Rotherham. England

Interesting website! I have a link to Castle Bytham, as I used to go to the school there years ago! ( 1954 ). My father was an Italian prisoner of war based at Castle Bytham and he worked on a farm at Counthorpe Lodge for a Mr. Martin. We often visit Castle Bytham and the surrounding areas - my mother still likes to go back there. We often wonder where my fathers camp was based - according to the book 'history of Castle Bytham' - it was at the Red Barn farm? - is there anyone in the village who knows?. Thanks for an intersting website.
Monday, July 08, 2002 at 22:18:24 (BST) - Melton Mowbray. U.K.

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