Feniton History Group 35th Meeting

The Group met in the Nog on the 8th Nov.  for a " Bring and Share Evening ".

David brought his huge files of the history of Feniton Church which is more extensive that ever! He has sourced so much detail, quite amazing, and so beautifully presented.

Jenny played us about 20mins of her picture show of the Battle of Fenny Bridges, with commentary, music and sound effects, ably assisted by George. Their heads were bent over computers for some time!

Alan read some of his funny little sayings and a poem I have found - he reads poems better that I can.

All I had to offer was a brief bit on the life of Charlotte Gouldsworthy. Charlotte was landlady at The Railway Hotel.  Brenda  

News flash.
The West Country Studies Library has now moved to the Devon Record Office on Sowton, by the Park and Ride. The Service Point for Parish Records held in the WCSL is now in the Devon Family History Society, Tree House, Unit 1, 7-9 King Street, Exeter, EX1 1BQ .  http://www.devonfhs.org.uk/

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