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  • David Hartwell on DonovanIn 1960 I worked in Sellars mensstore in St.Albans, Donovan played in the coffee bar(nights only!) while attending Art School,...
  • Martin Brooks on Memories of Leavesden HospitalThe Leaveden Hospital History Association is looking for stories and oral histories from staff and volunteers who worked at the...
  • Susan Drew on The Memoirs of Margaret Hurst Part ThreeMy mum was Shelagh Gray whom later became Shelagh Oldham . I think she was one of the land army...
  • Patricia Lawrie on Early years in WGC and HitchinI was in the Grange children's home , Stevenage from 1943 to 1950/1. Not exactly sure of exact dates but...
  • Phil Orme on Meanderings of Maude-1939/1940-newsletter from Spirella “Threads” magazineWe moved into #12 Gaunts Way ~1961/2 and lived there until ~1966. My Great Grandma lived across the road (Mrs...
  • Richard Peart on South Mimms. James Hickson or BrewersDear Colin This was passed to me by Jerome Farrell, as I know him from the Leathersellers Company. I look...
  • Eleanor Curtis on The Draper familyI have never seen these photos of my grandparents and my father and siblings before, how great!
  • Pam Harewell on Redbourn Home GuardYou have an incorrect name for 17. This is George Allen. Not 27 as stated in the index.
  • Deirdre on Frank & Flo HopcroftHi Kate Sorry for such a delay in replying. It seems we are related as descendants of John & Mary...
  • Dan Baker on The Frythe, WelwynDear Sir/Madam, I'm trying to find employment records or even photos of staff from 1910-16. My great grandfather, Alick Luther...
  • Mark Jones on A history of senior football in St Albans – Part 4Hello Paul. Please contact me. I run the St Albans City F.C. History and statistics website. We would love to...
  • Aubrey O'Neill on Watford in WW IIMy wife's uncle served in the 166th Royal Newfoundland Artillery. At the time of the war Newfoundland was part of...
  • Raff on Living in St Albans during WW2The girl was Sylvia Holiday aged 7 : Report from The Herts Advertiser Friday 15 November 1940. About the bombs...
  • Richard Hughes on The Boys Choir at St Peter’s Church, St Albans 1973on the bottom row, the 5th boy from the left is me Richard Hughes
  • Liz Palombo on Williams Brothers StoresMy Grandad Rupert Simper use to work in the Williams Brothers store in Hayes Middx.He lived in Brookside Road.
  • Mary Fagan on Images of St Albans Abbey before, during and after restorationHow Wonderful to look here and see my favorite landmark. I live in Florence Colorado now and miss my Homeland...
  • Kevin McMahon on Hertfordshire School Camp, CuffleyI went to the camp in 1959 staying in Silver Street and again in 1960 staying in Overbrook. One of...
  • Jane Martin on Crouch LaneMy mother gave her pram to Mrs Burgess. We used to live further up thr lane at Lucas Bungalow nearer...
  • Mary Field on Abbots Langley Local History SocietyMy family all came from Abbots Langley and Kings Langley. I do not live in the area and wondered if...
  • Anne, youngest sister of Helen Violet Church on Memories of Leavesden HospitalHelen Violet Church was my eldest sister and I believe that she was at Leavesden Hospital from the early 50s...
  • Christine Winnan on Magna Carta and its Hertfordshire ConnectionOne of the Robin Hood stories was about someone taking his land...other landowners in Hertfordshire at that time were Richard...
  • Rosemary Wilson on Ridge. Jean TrotterEphraim Ambler and his wife Rebecca Goodman are recorded as living in the Ridge almshouse in the 1891 censuses. They...
  • norm jago on Cliff RichardPlayed a alongside with Ray Dexter at some gig’s they where very good band norm jago
  • Anna on High Street ShopsThank you Nicholas. That is really helpful. Anna
  • Miriam Rai on Memories of Leavesden HospitalI worked at Leavesden from 1980 -1990,they were the best days of our lives,I worked on gladioli ,bluebell,kiwi,kestrel and ESU,lived...
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