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... on this trip was to Rochdale. This was for Graeme – from his research, his father’s family originated from this zone. We could research back to 1718-20, but again, the trail dries up. As it happened, we couldn’t get to the Manchester Library Records, as we arrived here over the weekend. This didn’t matter, as we already had the name of churches in Rochdale, Bury and Middleton. Again, we hoped to find some gravestones, ...
The skies cleared today, and by this afternoon, St Helens was bright and sunny! A perfect day for a nice lunch and a visit with Aunt Audrey, and a walk about the town.
We met Barry’s Great Aunt Audrey, her daughter Janet, and grand-daughter Claudia at the Charcoal Grill. Aunt Audrey is 93 years young, and was married to Barry’s Grandmother’s brother. We spent a leisurely lunch catching up. Oh, to be half as spry and half as ...
... Royal Welsh. Now this would have to have been one of the best Regimental (or Military) Museums we have visited on our adventures so far. The Royal Welsh, as they are now called, are a combination of a number of Welsh Regiments but probably the most famous are the 24th Regiment of Foot. Of course, you all know who I mean... you don’t?? Think “Zulu Wars” (yes, another movie) – the soldiers of the 24th Regiment of ...
... of an extremely rare, moated, 16th century, half timbered manor house virtually untouched since. It looked as if it was a film set but it is totally real. We had a great tour of the building & were very impressed with the place.
Our next stop was Haughmond Abbey, a ruined Augustinian abbey near Shrewsbury, another casualty of the dissolution of the ...
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Tuesday 15th July - Bollington
Sue & Ken took us to Dunham Massey an NT house which has been set up with its layout as a WW1 Auxiliary Hospital. Actors played short scenes from the period & the beds have the histories of individual patients of the time. The whole thing was very moving & quite disturbing. We then walked around on ...