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http://www.ahsoc.fsnet.co.uk/ [05/02/2008 - 03:19:28 PM]
City : Addlestone, Surrey UK
Club : Addlestone Historical Society

Addlestone Historical Society has been researching the names of Great War casualties for some years. The research is based on the civic memorial in Victory Park and the Parish memorial in St Paul's Church. Contact is welcomed via the Society's website.

[05/11/2007 - 08:13:51 PM]
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Any one intrested in Addlestone history may find my website of use. It details the men from Addlestone who died in the great war and are commemorated on the roll of honour memorial that hung in St Augustine's Church. The web site is www.addlestonegreatwardead.com

Andy


[03/09/2007 - 01:03:41 PM]
City : ipswich, suffolk united kingdom
Company : ex resident

I grew up in addlestone and moved away in 1975.Does anybody remember my mum and dad Doreen and Roy blake they devoted alot of their life to st.pauls and always have happy memories of addlestone. Great Site

[24/06/2007 - 09:34:23 AM]

If my information is correct, some years ago the ladies of Windlesham made a quilt with oak leaves and acorn motifs. It was featured in a magazine at that time and I had the cutting. I should be grateful if one of its makers would send me a picture and the story behind the quilt. I am a quilter myself and thought the block was beautiful even from the tiny cutting I had.

[13/06/2007 - 12:53:00 PM]
City : Swindon, Wiltshire UK
Company : De Vere Hotels & Venues

Just like to say 'Hi' to everyone Addlestone, I was born in Woking and grew up in Addlestone(Caxton Avenue)living there until 1986. If anyone reads this and remembers me or my parents Margaret and Sydney Coleman or indeed my sister Victoria (Vicky) I'd love to hear from you! I can be contacted on janerogers36@yahoo.co.uk


[01/05/2007 - 09:51:44 PM]

Hi, i am trying to find out if anyone has researched men and women of Virginia Water that were killed in the Second World War? I am researching aircraft crashes in Shropshire and one of the pilots that was killed was F/Lt Roy Harold Phillips (138663), RAFVR, aged 23. He was the Son of Harold Alexander and Marie Ethel Phillips, of Virginia Water, Surrey; husband of Marjorie Eileen Phillips. I am wondering if anyone can help with any further information on this pilot? Perhaps somebody has researched war time casualties? I would be very grateful for any help. Many thanks, Tom

[28/03/2007 - 07:57:37 PM]
City : Hamilton, Canada

I grew up in Addlestone and sadly left in 1965. It was a great place and I miss it all the time. I will finally be coming back for a visit next month. I am really looking forward to it. I hope I will be able to find my long lost childhood friend, Carol Brazil whom I have been trying to locate for over 30 years. If anyone knows where she is PLEASE e-mail me. Thanks

[06/02/2007 - 08:21:59 PM]
City : Manchester, United Kingdom

Just wanted to say hello to all the people living in the town that has the same name as me! Very cool - Addlestone will always be close to me... :)

[08/10/2006 - 10:24:51 PM]

HOUSE EXCHANGE I HAVE A 3 BEDROOM HOUSE (EHA) IN HERSHAM SURREY. GOOD AREA, CLOSE TO ALL SCHOOLS/DOCTOR/DENTIST/SHOPS/TRAIN/BUS ROUTES ETC. I AM LOOKING FOR A 3 BEDROOM HOUSE IN ADDLESTONE / ROWTOWN SURREY (RBC). TO BE NEARER TO FAMILY. IF ANYONE CAN HELP PLEASE EMAIL ME. ALL REPLIES WILL BE ANSWERED. MANY THANKS.X

[24/08/2006 - 01:50:05 AM]
City : Melbourne, Victoria Australia

I was an apprentice with Vickers aircraft ltd and finished up working in the research dept. I came to Australia in 1959 and have remained here ever since. I worked in most departments during my apprenticeship, but really enjoyed my time in Barnes Wallis research dept. I spent a lot of time on the Swing Wing Swallow. Every day was was something new and exciting. I would like to hear from any of my old mates from those days.
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