Now living in Australia but have also lived in NZL and the Pacific Islands, Fiji Tonga etc. Used to be a member of the Horndon Scouts and played in the band. We were asked to lead a march to mark the opening of the Woolstore. My grandfather, now long dead, was a regular there meeting his friends for a ...Read full memory
My great uncle, William Henry Fynn had the Black Dog Inn in the High Street from the late 19th century until about 1912. He was also a blacksmith. His wife was Rosanna and his daughter was Grace who was born about 1878. Does anyone have any knowledge or information about them?
My name is Lee Struthers. I lived in Horndon back in the 1960s with my parents and sister at Alwin on Hilcrets Road, we moved to New Zealand in 1968. I have just been back for a visit, July 2010, went to the Bell for lunch. What a great place Horndon is, loved the place, wish I could have spent more time there. I remember going to school there and going to Cubs & of course church.