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  • Bill Curtis on WWII RedCross with Dr HayHi Jon She's certainly got the facial structure and jawbone of the streatfeild women, so I have no problem in...
  • Jon Streatfeild on WWII RedCross with Dr HayI believe that the lady seated on the far left at the front, is my Grandmother Dorothy Streatfeild, who was...
  • Jane Walter on Mill Street lady and toddlerI believe this photograph shows Florence Louisa (Paige) Allen standing in the doorway, not Grannie Gramson. Flo would have been...
  • Bill Curtis on Big houses in town 3 Squerryes LodgeHi Margaret, Squerryes Lodge is alive and well though not seen so easily now from the footpath through Squerryes Park...
  • Margaret Thomas on Big houses in town 3 Squerryes LodgeWhat has happened to Squerries Lodge? Has it been re-developed? Where is the lake? I have always enjoyed looking at...
  • Bill Curtis on Contact usHi Kathy, thanks for getting in touch and I'm glad you like the website! We would be very interested to...
  • kathy Rawsthorne on Contact usHi Bill I am Joseph Kitchin's gg granddaughter I was very pleased to see the pictures of Dunsdale that you...
  • Diana on Not your average business – Crayford ConversionsI worked for Crawford Autos in the office. I remember one snowy day I went with Jeff and the argocat...
  • Bill Curtis on A demonstration of Women’s SuffrageHi Sandra, assuming you mean the suffragist that ran around the bathing pool, nobody knows her name or whether she...
  • Sandra Bennett on A demonstration of Women’s SuffrageFascinating story. What was the name of the Suffragist woman? Was she local? Thank you.
  • Bill Curtis on The John Groom Children’s Home at Pilgrim HouseHi John, that's fantastic! Always good to hear from anyone who can name people in our photographs! Can you name...
  • John Boness on The John Groom Children’s Home at Pilgrim HouseRe the picture above "Westerham Carnival", imagine my surprise when I was just browsing as I had spent some of...
  • James Wilson on 2nd West Lancs leave LiverpoolI have a very old copper & brass bugle with the engraving "2nd WLFA" on it. It was made by...
  • J White on Neilson-built ‘C’ class crew taking tablet from the signalmanI think that is Neilson-built 'C' Class 688 of 1900, seen in Southern days as 1688. Sister 592 survives at...
  • Bill Curtis on Black Eagle FC 1925Thanks Paul, it's always good when someone can add a valuable information to the site! Kind regards, Bill Curtis
  • Paul on Black Eagle FC 1925Christine your medal is from Boultham Estate FC, Lincoln.
  • Bill Curtis on Contact usHi Keighley, sorry about that, my email got corrupted somehow! Please email me at bill@bcassociates.org and I will get that....
  • Bill Curtis on Black Eagle FC 1925Hi Christine, we would be very interested to house your medal within the physical collection of artefacts held by the...
  • Bill Curtis on Contact usHi Freda, sorry, my email got corrupted somehow. We would be very interested in copies of your Streatfeild family photographs,...
  • Bill Curtis on Contact usHi Richard, yes, sorry my email address got corrupted and changed! The correct email is without the '.uk' so email...
  • Bill Curtis on Contact usHi Kim, sorry my email link got corrupted! Yes we would be very interested in moving image footage of the...
  • Bill Curtis on The Fountain Coffee Tavern & Temperance Hotel 1900Thanks Joe, I would think that's highly likely, there were strong connections between all religious orders and the Temperance movement....
  • Bill Curtis on Black Eagle Brewery Ind CoopeHi Ray, thanks for your comment - it is indeed the A25, or as it used to be known the...
  • Christine on Black Eagle FC 1925I have a silver medal 1925-26 engraved BEFC 1925-26 A,S.Rush Delighted to send if it would be coming home .My...
  • Freda Griffith on Contact usI have tried to email Bill Curtis with no luck. It says the address is not registered to the domain....