Author Topic: Tour of All Saint's Church Middleton Cheney Saturday 26th April 2.00pm 2014  (Read 2624 times)

Offline howesd

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All Saints' Church, Middleton Cheney

CHURCH TOURS- All Saints will be holding historical tours of the church on Saturday 26 April 2.00pm to 5.00pm There will be additional history displays assembled by Nancy Long the village archivist, covering the village men who served in World War 1. It will also be an opportunity to look at the village scrap books and the newly transcribed school log books. If you belong to an historic Middleton family you could well discover new information about a family member. If however you have recently moved into the village this is an excellent opportunity to find out about the roots of your new community. Entry free, refreshments available.
Mold - Middleton Cheney, Northants.
Sewell - Woodford Halse/Middleton Cheney, Northants.
Anthony - Worcs/Shropshire
Howes - Thetford, Norfolk/Sheffield
Rix - Barking, Essex/Oxford
Callow - Deddington, Oxon
Baseley - Upper Boddington, Northants.
Tucker - Blackawton, Devon
Summerell - Bristol, Somerset/Gloucs.

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Re: Tour of All Saint's Church Middleton Cheney Saturday 26th April 2.00pm 2014
« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 22 April 14 15:36 BST (UK) »
Hi Howesd,

I have stickied for post as it is not too long until Saturday :)

Regards

Sarah :)
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