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  • Rosemary Bates on A Royal Carry On at HertfordA very good site for villages and most of Hart office, historical events, and the year that I love is...
  • Colin Nixon on Ware’s old police stationPolice houses and police station in Bowling Road, Ware. I am reliably informed that a small Police station, some cells...
  • Tom Kent on The Hale Grammar School BuildingIt must have changed its name to Grammar School before 1904. My grandfather was there in 1901, and his census...
  • Polly on Goldings: from Private Estate to Barnardo’s Technical Schoolmy parents were the 'warden' & 'matron' of the Verney from about 1967 to 1970, taking care of the Barnardoes...
  • Pamela West on Baker’s End CottagesAuntie Nellie was the daughter of Walter wren and sister to Annie in the picture twin brother Frederick wren my...
  • Pamela West on Tony WrenTony my uncle
  • Pamela West on Wareside School Sports’ DayJeanette is my cousin
  • Pamela West on Wareside SchoolNellie Brothers was my Auntie
  • Fiona Ainsworth on ReviewJane Austen's surname is spelled with an 'e', not an 'i'. It would be great if 'Austin' could be corrected...
  • Pauline Uttridge on Fanhams HallThe above picture shows The Gatehouses at the entrance to Fanhams Hall. My paternal grandparents lived in the house on...
  • Withheld on ROBERT ORRIDGE BAXTER – EXECUTIONERHis son, also Robert Baxter, known as Bob worked at County Hall, he cycled there daily from his home at...
  • Louise Wright on Old water tower in BengeoThere was a well in the garden of 12 Tower Street
  • James Bettley on CHRIST CHURCH, NAPLESThe consecration took place in the presence of HRH Prince Arthur, third son of Queen Victoria (see Hertford Mercury, 18...
  • Pamela West on Harriet Parker Wren and Josiah WrenJosiah and Harriet are related to me Pamela Wren my father Frederick Wren
  • Philip Shock on 4. Starting WorkI too was brought up in Walworth Road and now live in Hertford! Wonderful to read this!
  • Brian on My Secondary School DaysAfter leaving Morgans Walk Primary School in 1964 my first year of Secondary School was spent at Longmore. Our forms...
  • Nigel Holtby on The Sun and Harrow Pub, WareMy family Holtby had plenty of fun times in this pub. What a shame it was knocked down. All that's...
  • David Cole on Thomas Hollyman Bunt, M.A., H.G.S. Headmaster, 1931 – 1956I reckon I was one of the last pupils to be caned by Mr Bunt just before he retired. Quite...
  • Hugh McFadden on Ware – then and nowDoes anyone remember a frozen food company called Fropax, which had a factory for frozen food packages and canning facilities...
  • Colin Salvage on The Who and the Kinks at the Hertford Corn Exchange in the 60sI saw the Who two nights running and there were only about 50 people each night (Fri and Sat) They...
  • Geoffrey Cordingley on John HughesHello John, I think it's probably unlikely that we will be able to identify the other player but if you...
  • John T. McLean on John HughesHi, Enjoyed your article, and it also identified my cdv Elsden Hertford photo of John Hughes. My photo is the...
  • Bruce Jackson on Memories of Chaseside Engineering CompanyMy name is Bruce Jackson. Grandson of George Jackson who founded Chaseside Engineering ,Gordon Jackson was my uncle. I live...
  • Geoffrey Cordingley on The Ware War MemorialHello Elaine, There is a full list of the names at https://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/3745
  • Elaine Jackson on The Ware War MemorialTwo of my husband's granduncles from Ware, Herts died within months of each other in 1916 (Sept & Nov). My...
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