My father and mother Mary and Bill Nash met here in 1957. The bus used to stop outside the pub, my mum went in one day because a lady called Betty Harris said a nice looking man with curly hair was in there. They met and 2 years later married at Aldershot Register Office but returned later for their wedding reception, also at the dog. Recently I lost my father Bill but guess where we had his wake - also at the dog. ...see more
I was wondering if anyone knew of William Bishop a gardener of Sunnyside Vigo Lane as he was married to my get grt grandmother Sarah his 1st wife. I have photos of the house with them both in the gardens and my Nan used to tell me stories of staying there as a child. How she would go out on the common and meet with the travellers that used to stay there and they would all sit round camp fires and chat. She also said ...see more
My Father lived at No 2 Council House, Vigo Lane, Yateley, I remember visiting my grand parents Jack and Florri Harris there when I was very young, unfortunately she passed away in 1963 from what understand from my father Edward (also known as Eddie or Ted) they lived at that house all their married life.
My great grandparent's were William and Sarah Harris, they also lived in Vigo Lane virtually opposite the council ...see more
Curly (Bill) Paice was a name in Yateley and the reason I write this is because I saw the Nash name and I know (Bill) my step dad knew Bill and Doreen and from my recollection were good friends. You may have known Bill passed in 2004 (the last burial to take place in St Peter's Church) where he was married and all his children christened. Unfortunately Bill's eldest daughter Mandy (Amanda) passed in 2007 aged 54 and ...see more
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All 300,000 photographs in The Frith Collection have been scanned, but as the photos were taken over a 110 year period on a wide range of glass & film negatives, using different photographic processes, every image has to be checked and optimised, before we make a print for a customer. This process can take from 15 minutes to several hours, depending on the condition of the original that we scanned. In order to offer a worthwhile selection of photos for each town, our website has traditionally displayed a mix of fully optimised photos with some that have been checked and tonally adjusted, but still require further work to bring them to the standard our products are known for.
Despite this work over the last 20 years, more than 60,000 scans have still not been individually checked and therefore not shown on our website. Some of these may prove to be damaged, faded, or not of sufficient quality to ever be offered in our full product range. However, since the number of Genealogists and Local Historians using our website is growing all the time, with effect September 2021 we will display the unchecked images marked as "Reference Only". Until they are checked and optimised these photos will only be available on the website for on-line research, or available to order as 7" x 4” Reference Prints sold as seen, with no warranty. Over the next few years as these photos are checked, those that meet our essential quality requirements will gradually be optimised and added to our main selection.