The Tamar Bridge and Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge

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David Wilesmith I Live in Torpoint and have a watercolour of the Albert Bridge with Saltash in the Background painted by John Henry Martin. I am researching the Artist but have been unable to find a picture of him, is there anyone in Saltash that can provide one? 9/8/20
HEATHER GROOMBRIDGE visited Saltash quay this week to have a picnic - lovely spot to watch the boats passing by but had to leave after 30 minutes as toilets still locked! come on Saltash town council really not good enough and actually quite uncaring for us old 'uns who need loos to be open, and where do we wash hands as we're constantly reminded to do? 27/6/20
Maureen Cummings Mary Halse. I have been transcribing some of the St Anneís Convent records. If you contact With information including your motherís name we will have a look and see if we have anything. 28/1/20
Maureen Cummings Mary Halse Iíve been doing some transcribing of St Anneís Convent records. If you contact With some more information, like her name, I can have a look and see if her name appears. 28/1/20
mary halse Hi My mum was sent to a nunnery/childrens home in about 1940 she was about 13/14 does anyone remember such a place and know what its called, researching her history 23/1/20
Maureen Cummings ROSEMARY MORETON. I have only just spotted your enquiry on the council website. Saltash Heritage has a copy of the article written by Bill Ashfield. If you would like to email them they will look and see if they also have copies of anything you have written. 11/12/19
ROSEMARY MORETON nee Jeffery Is there an archive section I can look at? Years ago I wrote some memories of growing up in Saltash during the 1940s and 50s and submitted it to the forerunners of this site. There was also a piece written by my uncle, Bill Ashfield who described his recollection of the bombing which decimated our house in Fore Street on April 28th 1941 when he was eleven and I was 3 months old. 29/10/19
Roma Mairoudis Andrea McAlpine - Dena of course I remember you. Iíd love to make contact. My email address is: Iím also on Facebook . 29/7/19
Maureen Cummings When you plan your trip Maggie please contact Saltash Heritage, And he will be able to help you with old maps etc. 14/5/19
Maggie Penny Currently looking at family history and found this page. Researching the Crapp family who lived at 4 Homer Park, St. Stephens until 1922 when they set sail for Melbourne with their daughter. From the ship's sailing records I know he was a market gardener. Amazing where family research takes you. I have lived in Reading all my life. Feeling a trip to Saltash coming on and hope to find some local area maps/photos from the 1920s. Thanks for a place to share and reading my comment. Maggie 11/5/19
Andrea McAlpine Roma,remember me----Dena Harraway,I lived a couple of doors down from the dear old Barbers!!! I live in New Zealand now. 22/4/19
Kathryn Goodes ( nee Brown ) I attended Saltsh County Junior School from 1963 to 1966. Our home was at Broad Walk. I had lots of good friends and would enjoy hearing from anyone who knew me 14/4/19
Roma Mairoudis (Bacon) My grandparents, Ernest and Gwen Bacon lived in 3 Longview Road and great aunt and uncle, Harold and Florence Barber lived in St Stephens Road. My father was Russell Bacon. My mum and dad were married in St Stephens church 23 February 1946. Iíd love to know if there is anyone with the name Bacon who could be related to me. Iíd love to hear from you. 21/3/19
Maureen Cummings If Maureen Cropper would like to contact me via Saltash Heritage I can help with the Waterfield family as my mother was a Waterfield and I am in contact with another descendent of Frank. We can also supply photos of the house. 3/1/19
Maureen Cropper I am looking for any info on the waterfield Family 'they lived at homer park. the house was up top of the hill looking out over the tamar. My grandfather frank Waterfield was on the coouncil. Any infomation would be brillant and any old photos of the house woudl be great as well.thanks 2/1/19

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