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  • Joanne Gibson on The Reverend Samuel Briercliffe in AfricaThe 'black moll' with the sparkling eyes was Maria Everts, a truly remarkable woman. She was born into slavery (her...
  • Ernest Tagoe on Shenley HospitalIam looking for a student from Ghana who started his training at Shenley in 197.1His name is Emmanuel OTOO-ANAKWADoes anyone...
  • Caroline De Silva ne Wallis on Gews Corner SchoolI remember Mr Klinckie. I always remember he was ok to me. Who rembers the wall on its own in...
  • Paul Warren on Christ Church Infants School, 1963That's me Paul Warren front row left, aged 60 now living in Australia paulvwarren@optusnet.com.au
  • Nicholas Blatchley on The road that moved.Sorry to hear that. We're not in a position to check all the facts supplied by contributors, so we'd be...
  • Brian Burch on Hertford’s Victoria Cross winnerMy father Reginald Burch wrote his war diary of his experiences with the Herts Guards 1/1 battalion Hertfordshire Regiment so...
  • Clive Norris on Knebworth SchoolsI remember London Rd school well (1954-1960). Mrs Desborough taught me to read, Mr. Kennett and Mr. Parkinson were only...
  • Susan Peet Adams on Cheshunt Grammar School 1st XII remember these lads. I was particularly friendly with Bob Pettingale. Great picture. Thank you. Sue Adams
  • Dennis on The road that moved.Thomas Telford dates are wrong
  • J. Bunting on SandonDo you know of any barnes family. I am doing my family tree and a lot of my relations came...
  • Heather O’Dell on The Buildings of the High StreetThanks Nick it was Wheelers. I remember going in their shop when I was very young with my Mum. Savages...
  • Nicholas Blatchley on The Buildings of the High StreetI've had a look in the trade directory for 1960. There are no haberdashers listed, but there are two drapers...
  • Nicholas Blatchley on The Buildings of the High StreetHeather, I think I remember the shop you mention, but I can't remember what it was called. I'll see if...
  • Heather O'Dell on The Buildings of the High StreetWhat was the old Haberdashers called early 1960s at the Old Pond, where two old sisters used to serve you...
  • Earl David Webb on The Richardson familyMy Fiancee is Maureen Richardson a current member of the Richardson family line mentioned on this page, lots of the...
  • Doug on Trams in Waltham CrossTo me it looks like the terminus at Smithfield
  • Patricia brewster on Bingham Cox Cup FinalI believe my brother played in this game.his name is Alan waller .he now lives in Cornwall.he is 80 now...
  • Earl David on The Richardson familyIt’s hard to take it in but I am a member of Webb family and my partner is Maureen Richardson,...
  • John Young on V2 hits the Brush Factory at Waltham CrossStan Webb asks if this was the incident that closed the road to Waltham Abbey? I don't think so. That...
  • EDWARD BADGER on Tom WalkerI think the "children's home" (Sue England) was "Briar Patch" next to the chalk pit near Harkness Roses. A couple...
  • Pauline Beer on Childhood holidays in Great HormeadHello Margeurite. I am researching my ancestors, the GINN families from Hormead. Do you have any other information about them?...
  • EDWARD BADGER on Tom WalkerReading the name Veazey, did your family live in Jackmans Place? we lived at No 62 and names I recall...
  • Gwen Hajichambis on Dane EndI was evacuated during the war to Dane End and us East London kids lived in a large white house...
  • Nicholas Blatchley on Park LaneHi Rea. I don't know exactly when the houses were built, though my guess would be between the wars. Park...
  • Rea ahmeti on Park LaneI’d like to know history of when houses were first built on park lane. What was the land that is...
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