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39) Webmaster  Male
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Friday, 27 July 2012 20:52 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Thanks for all the messages and kind words.

Sorry to those who like using [URL/] and [IMG] tags in their text. I had to switch them off as robots just kept injecting HTML redirect commands to doubleglazing or pharmacy products!

This guestbook has BLOCKED 23 thousand spam attempts this year. So it tells me anyway!
38) Dan  Male
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Delamere
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Tuesday, 10 July 2012 15:58 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Hi Frodshampictures,

What a great collection you have.
We would like to exchange links with you if possible,

We are visitdelamere . co .uk
An up to date tourist and Information website for Delamere Forest and surrounding areas including Frodsham, please get in touch..

webmaster Send E-mail Friday, 27 July 2012 20:46
Added a click banner on the main page.
37) Kennedy  Female
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Cheshire
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Saturday, 16 June 2012 19:38 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

The photo of the thatched cottages that were in High Street, my husband used to live in the middle up to just before they were demolished. Lovely photos that have been put on this site
36) Doris MacDougall  Female
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Mouldsworth
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Tuesday, 5 June 2012 00:01 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Came down to Frodsham to watch the Jubilee Beacon lighting and fire work display.Another triumph for Frodsham town council.Well done to all organisers.Brilliant show to mark the Diamond Jubilee.Thanks.
35) Connie Pickering Stover  Female
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Phoenix, AZ USA
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Wednesday, 30 May 2012 02:12 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Thank you so much for taking the time to put this site together. My family originated in Frodsham. James Pickering was a salt merchant in the 1840's and Ann Hayes Pickering ran the salt works. Her children were coal, lime, timber and brick merchants in the 1840's and 50's. William and his brother Peter were born on the Quay. Your photos have brought my ancestors to life. If you want to read something really terrific visit my website at PickeringFamilyHistory.com and read Peter's diary. Thanks again.
34) Paul Soper  Male
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Delamere
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Thursday, 12 April 2012 13:50 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Interesting item about frodsham station.
look forward to its renovation.
33) Chris Ellams  Male
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Saturday, 21 January 2012 22:40 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

Love the site. Lived in Frodsham for near 30 years and still work there now. Really amazed looking at the old photographs. Geat work. lol
32) judith shore 
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Powys Wales
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Sunday, 8 January 2012 16:00 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

wink with excellent help from New Zealand 'ROOTS'& Chester Records Office, I have made amazing progress re George Savage. A new family /genealogy magazine covering Australia/New Zealand have very kindly offered to help me with the last unanswered questions relating to George Savage.

My next step with researching relations is to focus on the 'SHORE' family. I know the family lived on Booth Street,(along) Marsh Lane..Fred Shore with wife Jane, their children were Lily, Joseph, William Edward (my father-in-law)Frederick and Roy.

Fred Shore's father was William Edward, he and his wife,I think,lived at Frodsham Bridge.

Any information will be most valued.

Angela Thomas Send E-mail Wednesday, 25 April 2012 00:24
Dear Judith, I can help you with the Shore's. Fred Shore was the brother of my grandmother, Edith Shore. Their parents were William Edward Shore (1841-1931) and Nancy Massey (1845-1915). They married in 1864 and had 13 children. He was the son of a farmer and early on he was a labourer but by the time Fred was born, he had moved to Frodsham Bridge and had a grocer's shop on Bridge Lane. This was taken over by his daughter Ann or Annie and her husband John Bebbington. They ran the shop into the 1960's. Annie was my great-aunt and I remember it well as a child. I have information on all their children including Fred, and also on William Edward's father and family. I would be happy to share this with you, if you wish. With best wishes, Angela
31) Ariel Rivas 
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Friday, 30 December 2011 03:48 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

wow I like the guest book real nice, and the sites awesome Check out mine as well...

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30) dave waddington  Male
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southport
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Friday, 28 October 2011 21:50 Write a comment Send E-mail Permalink

I remember coming to overton hill as a sunday school outing a few times with wellington avenue methodist church in wavertree in the 1950's, i think it was by train and then we had to scramble up the hill through bushes to get to the top, it was a childs paradise to play all day long, i remember the helter skelter and the coconut mats and many other play things, and a big hall to eat your sandwiches in, it never rained and the view was wonderful, so happy days.
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