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19 August 2006
Interesting site. The 'marriage' shown in Billesdon for Charles Spooner Pettifor is actually the GRO reference for his death.
09 August 2006
came across your wonderful site whilst researching my family tree. if i am carrect-please let me know as theres still some confirmation to be done-then hannah curtis c1847 (the daughter of jonathon c1817 and amy c1823) was the mother of annie who married my gt gt gt grandad isaac kay!
12 July 2006
Question from the US: I would like to know if John Digby de Tilton is buried in the Abbey or its grounds. He embarked on the first Crusade in 1096. His son Edward Digby Tilton went on the second Crusade (1147) and the third in 1188, I understand he is also buried in or near the Abbey.
Thank you in Advance,
22 June 2006
My family have originated in Tilton-on-the-Hill and have been there since about 1651. If anyone has any more info about the Randell family tree I can be contacted by e-mail
17 June 2006
This site is totally awesome and a credit to its creators. Through your site I have discovered much useful information and vital dates. I have also discovered that there are 11 members of the Springthorpe family buried in Tilton Parish Church grave yard. Could anyone please tell me if there is a plan of the plots in the graveyard as I would dearly love to pay my respects.
Many thanks again for a beautiful and informative site. Looking forward to any updates that you might make. Terry.
Lois (Tilton) Braccio
17 June 2006
My great-grandfther was John Henry Tilton (sea-captain) born in 1840 in Pa. He married Eliza Ann Frambes in N.J. and they had 3 children. He may have ended his days in Baltimore, Md. I am unable to establish who his parents were.
Helen Anderson (nee Partridge)
28 May 2006
Brilliant site! I remember Tilton well, my father farmed at Whatborough on the hill, and at Rodhill Farm, and I went to old village school there, I remember the Meakin family having a shop down way past the Church.