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BARRY JAY
From: KING'S LYNN
Message for Peter Jay, we are related. contact me at gounie1@tiscali.co.uk best regards, Barry Jay, King's Lynn.
Added: July 30, 2009
Mary Myers
From: Dorset
Many thanks to all who tried to help me identify the cottage me grandmother lived in, at the GEE event. I have now found out that at the 1911 census they were living at Stone Cottage , Snape Road. I still don't know whether this is the cottage in the photo as I believe they had to move following Edward Keebles death which would have been shortly after this.
Thanks again.
Added: July 30, 2009
John Savage
From: Oldham, Manchester
I would like to use this space to extend my heartfelt thanks to everyone in the team involved in the organisation and implementation of the George Ewart Evans weekend.

The word 'special' is an understatement. I felt privileged to be there amongst you all and will remember the event and it's people for a long, long time.

Many, many thanks for all your labours.
John Savage.
Added: July 28, 2009
Mike and Louise
From: Lancashire
Stopped off at The Ship one lunchtime last week. What a great pub. I knew of it through it's traditional music connections, but had never been there before. Pity we couldn't have stayed on to see Reg Reader on the Saturday.
Added: July 17, 2009
Mary Myers
From: Dorset
My grandmother Stella Mary Keeble lived in Blaxhall as a child she was the daughter of Edward and Annie Kate Keeble and I believe lived at Stone Common. I am bringing my mother (Stella's daughter ) to Suffolk for a weeks holiday and will be at Blaxhall on 24th July.
Added: July 17, 2009
Sonya Hardwicke
From: London
My father Douglas Hardwicke was born in Blaxhall, as was my Grandmother, Kathleen Knights and her father John Knights. I think I am related to many of the Knights that are still living there. I believe Jimmy (James) of 'Songs from the Ship' fame was related to me. My Grandad, Eric Hardwicke who married Kathleen was a member of the Blaxhall Rovers in the 1920s and sang with George Ling and others. Check out mustrad.org.uk/ssp/singsay1.htm#ship for a great article about the singers.

If anyone knows any of my relatives please contact me. Thank you.
Added: July 16, 2009
m.blaxall
From: felixstowe
Hiya all,

I,m Michael Blaxall, notice no H. My GGG
Added: July 12, 2009
Sue and Barry
From: Soon to be Blaxhall !!!
We are moving to Blaxhall 17 July and are very much looking forward to it :-).

Great website thanks, with lots of interesting photos. Anyone any idea on how old Lime Tree Cottage is? I know it used to be two farm cottages before being converted into one detached house... Sue
Added: July 9, 2009
David Savage
From: Long Melford, Suffolk
Compliments to the web site designers and contributors. Blaxhall has always held a major place in our family, and youth. There are many stories, but you already know that.....see you over the w/e of the 25th.
Best wishes,
David (and John) Savage. 2 of many grandsons of Nan Priscilla. Not that we would ever call her that of course.
Added: July 6, 2009
Peter Jay
From: Chelmsford,Essex
Would you please try and connect with Barry Jay,of Kings Lynn,Norfolk.a contributor from
Sept.2007(page 5)He and I may well be cousins.My late fathers name was George,who had a brother named Albert,(as well as many other brothers & sisters),most of which were born & bred at the bungalow known as Greencroft,Mill Common,Blaxhall.
Their father and mothers names were Thomas and Celia.
Added: July 3, 2009

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