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Saturday 06th of December 2008
Pam <flowjoe23(at)dodo.com.au>
Woodbridge Connection: My husband is a direct descendant of Robert Woodbridge who was deported from Bristol to Australia
Now located: Orange NSW Australia
Message:
i have quite a bit of information re Robert's family right up to present day it is quite a large family with an extremely interesting story to each and every member of the Woodbridge family. However I know nothing of Robert's family before him being deported to Australia. I would be very interested if someone knows anything further.
Pam

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Thursday 30th of October 2008
Sylvia Wakeman (email: petyl(at)tiscali.co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection: Evacuated to Methersgate Hall - returned to stay with Lady Quilter and Sir Cuthbert in the years following, as their honoured guests.
Now located: 75, Queen Street - Bozeat, Northants, NN29 7LA.
Message:
Any information - Does anyone recall the 'Beach Family' ?
Those deep steps down into the little rowboat of 'Dick' the fisherman ? etc. Lovely memories, would like more...

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Thursday 23rd of October 2008
Diana Alcorn (email: di_alcorn(at)yahoo.com.au)
Woodbridge Connection: see below.
Now located: Sydney, Australia
Message:
My great great great great grandfather was Robert Woodbridge 1803 who was transported as a convict in 1829.
I would love to hear from anyone who has any information regarding Robert Woodbridge 1803.

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Date: Saturday 04th of October 2008
From: Harland Zell, hm.zell(at)sbcglobal.net
Twin Bases job: Commercial Transportation SSg, 81st M&S Gp
Twin Bases yrs: 1951-54
Message:
Would like to contact a lady named Betty Baker who lived near Woodbridge, we were close friends.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Jim Meeks (email: meeksjj(at)msn.com)
Subject: Assistance

I just received notice that a very dear friend of mine, Jan (Ryder) Brown passed away on September 16th, 2008 in I believe Felixstowe approximately 49 years of age. I have been trying to research the local papers but was unable to locate any information. I was in the Air Force during 1975 through 1977 and we had become very close and have kept in contact since I returned to the USA.
I understand that her service will be held on today, Tuesday September 30th and regrettably, I do not have a passport or I would be attending. Not sure if the service is in Felixstowe, Ipswich or somewhere else.
I would very much appreciate any information which you could provide or where I could research her death online. This would mean a great deal to me if you could provide some information or assistance.
Thank you so very much. This would really mean a lot to me.

Jim Meeks
1193 Rak Road
Chesterton, Indiana 46304-9728
USA
Tel: 219-405-0100
Email: meeksjj(at)msn.com
RAF Bentwaters July 1975 - July 1977 / 81st SPS

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Tuesday 09th of September 2008
margaret phillips (email: poppyuphillips(at)yahoo co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection: Father and grandparents born and lived in Woodbridge and Melton
Now located: Edlesborough, Bucks
Message:
Any body named Spink still in the area?
I have a badge with Woodbridge District Volunteers marked on it from first world war.
Any information would be appreciated.

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Saturday 23rd of August 2008
Kerry Borg (email: kerry_borg(at)gmx.co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection:
Now located: Colchester
Message:
Shingle Street - does anyone know who made the shell line that runs from the top of the beach to the sea?
Does it represent anything?
How long has it been there?

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Wednesday 20th of August 2008
Janine (email: janine.pratt1(at)ntlworld.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Malletts. My husbands ancestors are Malletts from Woodbridge. We are trying to locate as many as possible.
Now located: Cambridgeshire
Message:
Wanting to find as many Malletts or those who know their history from Woodbridge.
We are organising a family reunion and want to locate as many as poss.

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Monday 18th of August 2008
Elizabeth Inmon (email: elizabethinmon(at)mris.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Born Phyllis Memorial Nursing Home, Melton, lived in Woodbridge and Great Bealings until aged 11.
Now located: US
Message:
Several family members worked at Fern Hill Lodge, Melton at the beginning of the 1900's.
Would love to have some information on it.
Presume it to be a private home?

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Sunday 10th of August 2008
Lesley Williams (email: lesley(at)williamsland.com)

Woodbridge Connection:
My Great Uncle, Leslie Haydn Reeve (1891-1919) was Schoolmaster at Woodbridge and is buried in Woodbridge Cemetery.

Message:
Uncle Leslie and the Belgian boyLeslie Haydn Reeve was born 14th September 1891, the fourth child and elder son of Frederick Francis Reeve and his wife Alice Maud Mary (nee Friend) both of Ipswich.

Like both his parents before him, Leslie became a school teacher, and before the First World War, spent some time teaching in Flanders. Unfortunately, when I asked her, my grandmother could not remember the dates or the location, though she remembered spending a holiday with him there and visiting Bruges and Brussels.

He then returned to Suffolk and became a Schoolmaster at Woodbridge. One day, soon after the outbreak of the First World War, Leslie found a young boy standing alone and frightened in the school yard. He was crying, and no-one could understand what he was saying.

Leslie approached him, and quickly recognised that the boy was speaking Flemish, a language of which Leslie had some knowledge from his time spent in Belgium. Leslie learned that the boy and his mother were refugees from the war, and that neither of them spoke English.

He befriended the boy and taught him English (pictured, right). The boy's mother, wanting to show her gratitude, gave Leslie the only thing she had to give - the clogs she had worn during her flight from Belgium.

I do not know the name of the Flemish boy, or what became of him, though my grandmother believed that he later emigrated to Canada. All I have is the pair of clogs, and a photo of Great Uncle Leslie with the boy.

If anyone out there can throw any more light on this story, I would love to hear to hear them.

And here are those clogs...

the clogs, from the story alongside

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Saturday 02nd of August 2008
Sylvia (email: sylvia.worth(at)btopenworld.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Home of my 3xgreatparents.
Now located: Stoke-on-Trent
Message:
During our first and recent visit to Woodbridge we came across "The Old Mariner" pub which was not far from where my 3xgreat grandfather lived in Castle Street.
Does anyone know how old the pub is and is there any recorded history attached to it?

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Tuesday 29th of July 2008
Ann Youngs (email: ayoungs(at)leapfrog1.com)
Woodbridge Connection: I live in Hollesley
Now located: The Old Barn House, Bushey Lane
Message:
I am looking for someone to water my garden!

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Thursday 17th of July 2008
Steve Piper (email: steve.g1yre(at)gmail.com)
Woodbridge Connection: I grew up in Woodbridge.
Now located: Witnesham, Ipswich.
Message:
I am looking for information regarding the Queens Head public house in Woodbridge, on the corner of Queens Head Lane and Seckford Street. My father and mother used to run this pub in the 1950's? My father Alf, died just before I was born in 1960. After this my mother, uncle and grand father moved into a house in Haugh Lane, Woodbridge. I have an old ledger from the pub which lists takings/outgoings and I assume the value of the stock etc when it was either closed or another landlord took over.
I know it is a private dwelling now, but always had an urge to contact the owner to ask for any information and a look round, but never had to nerve to do so.
Any information, photos would be great.
Many thanks.
Steve

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Saturday 12th of July 2008
Lynda Wood (Lane) (email: lwood(at)anglicare-sa.org.au)
Woodbridge Connection: Spent many childhood years living with grandparents Sam and Elsie Hornsby in Ufford, went to the local primary school.
Now located: Gawler Adelaide South Australia
Message:
Would love to make contact with any old school friends that may remember me! Married Frank Wood in 1975, emigrated 1981. Had brother and sister David and Carol Lane,

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Monday 07th of July 2008
Aleta Ruark (email: aletaus(at)msn.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Fomrer Wife of Captain James R. Simmons Jr. stationed at Bentwaters 1970 to 1974
Now located: Phoenix, AZ
Message:
Does anyone have information on current owners of Turn Lane Cottage in Woodbridge near Church Street? We lived there for three years and I still dream about that lovely cottage.
Also, there was a tea shop on Church Street near Market Hill that had a mareschino cherry cake that I still think about. Does anyone remember the shop or is is still there?
Thanks so much!

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Thursday 3rd of July 2008
Mrs Imogene West (email: bitena(at)yahoo.com)
Message:
I lost my diamond engagement ring last week. It has got three stones set separately. Not sure what day. Probably dropped out of my handbag where I often put it when off due to swelling fingers. Pop into shops at the thoroughfare all the time. Might have dropped it somewhere in town. Please help.

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Saturday 21st of June 2008
Tanya Deerman (nee Pearce) (email: deerman5(at)gmail.com)
Woodbridge Connection: born and raised until 11yrs old
Now located: Crestview Florida USA
Message:
I was born on Edwin Ave in 1971. My grandparents were Doris and Douglas Orford. My mum is Heather and dad is Chris Pearce. My mum remarried an American in 1980 and we left the area. I still have cousins in the area. I went to St. Marys and Kingston. Would love to hear from anyone who may have known me or my family.

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Tuesday 17th of June 2008
Carol Gillen (email: tcgillen305(at)embarqmail.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Family ties from 18th/19th Century
Now located: Derbyshire to USA 1997
Message:
My husband's great-great-grandfather was James "Brighton" Mallet, according to my mother-in-law. He supposedly lived in 'Brighton Hall', born 1820, but census records have him born in Woodbridge, Suffolk. He left home to work in Northumberland and apparently refused his inheritance. I can't find Brighton Hall anywhere and would really like to be able to prove or disprove the theory that he went from riches to rags..
His marriage certificate from 1843 has his father's name as James, Profession "Butcher".
Thanks for any light you can shine on this. My mother-in-law was not born when he died so it was, of course, hearsay.

Carol

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Tuesday 10th of June 2008
Faye Eastman (poppie) (email: poppiefaye(at)yahoo.com)
Woodbridge Connection: with Bentwaters AFB
Now located: Goldsboro, North Carolina. Near SJAFB
Message:
I have been trying to locate some local friends in Leiston England for along time. I finally came across this site and saw Bentwaters and Woodbridge. My Dad was stationed at Bentwaters between 1968-1971. We lived near leiston.i'm having a heck of a hard time locating exactly where the farm was that we lived at for almost four years. I lived there between the ages of 10-13.5. The road I took to my bus stop is unknown to me but our farm house had a long dirt road, we would then hit onto a paved road and walk to a fork in the road and at this fork, you could go to Leiston.This fork in the road is where our bus would take us to Bentwaters to attend school. I know, a little info. but it's all I have and would love to know if someone out there knows where this is. I'm sure someone from Leiston would surely know. It was a very special place in my life.
I'm also tring to contact Jasmine Wright.Steve Wright.They lived in Leiston, also "bugs and red". I'm now 50 and have some time to gather info.
I hope to return for a visit. Any info will help.
Thank You so much!

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Wednesday 04th of June 2008
Stephie Griffiths (email: stephiegriffiths(at)btinternet.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Yoxford Police Station
Now located: Saxmundham
Message:
I found a message from someone interested in The Old Police House, Yoxford. My parents live there now. Please feel free to email me to exchange info! I've tried replying direct, i hope you receive it. If anyone out there has any old photos of the police house, yoxford, please get in contact and I wanted one for my parents.
Many thanks.

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Monday 26th of May 2008
Michael (email: dmwoodbridge(at)yahoo.co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection: Surname
Now located: Philippines
Message:
Nice to hear that there are a few more Woodbridge's around, but you must admit we are an (exclusive) minority, probably the envy of a lot of people, I tried hunting down a few more in the Philippines but to no avail, seems we really are in an exclusive club.

David Michael Woodbridge (formerly from Pyle)

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Saturday 10th of May 2008
Kim O'Hagan (email: kimsteveohagan(at)ntlworld.com)
Woodbridge Connection: I am the landlady of The Sekforde Tap Freehouse in Woodbridge
Now located: The Sekforde tap 76, Seckford street, woodbridge, Suffolk
Message:
A old fashioned freehouse pub next to the almshouses in Seckford street, woodbridge, 2 minutes from the market square. 8 real ales on at any time, meals available, and tapas served 24/7. A proper pub serving proper beer and proper food to proper people, we look forward to seeing you all.

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Saturday 26th of April 2008
Meg (email: msandner12538(at)yahoo.com)
Now located: North Carolina, USA
Message:
Information sought on Flowers family of Woodbridge/Melton ca 1880 - 1903. GG grandfather, Zebediah Flowers was gardener at Hill House in Melton. Grandfather Alfred Flowers, a gardener on the Burness estate in late 1890s. Emigrated to Canada around 1901. Any information would be helpful. Thanks.

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Friday 25th of April 2008
Katy (email: web(at)eykevillage.co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection: Resident
Go to www.eykevillage.co.uk for lots of census information - more to come in coming months.

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Saturday 29th of March 2008
Patricia Renwick Iezzi (email: patren(at)hotmail.it)
Woodbridge Connection: Some of my ancestors came from Woodbridge
Now located: Rome, Italy
Message:
My gt.gt.gt.grandparents came from Woodbridge and moved to Newcastle upon Tyne. Names are Gardner (or Gardener), Read and Girling

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Thursday 27th of March 2008
sue peggram (email: Sgendall(at)aol.com)
Woodbridge Connection: John Vertue 1710 Now located: Lincolnshire
Message:
John Vertue is an ancestor who was married to an Esther Wainwright. Together they had five children and I would like to hear from anyone who has knowledge of any Vertue history, i.e. headstones in the graveyard for instance. Anything really. Thank you.

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Friday 14th of March 2008
Suzanne Cottington Nee Keeble (email: suzannecottington(at)hotmail.co.uk)
Woodbridge Connection: Father was from Wodbridge
Now located: Royston Hertfordshire
Message:
My father died 15 years ago, and I have lost any connection with my cousins who I think still live in thhe Woodbridge and Ipswich area. Please if any of them read this, could they contact me somehow?

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Friday 14th of March 2008
Gerald sieljes (email: gerald(at)spectronsales.nl)
Woodbridge Connection: Been to woodbridge several times from 1993 to 1994
Message:
I'm looking for Victoria Jarrold(s) she lived on Melton Road and worked at Seckford Hall (I guess), I try to get in touch with her again, so please help.

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Wednesday 12th of March 2008
hazel bohensky [nee strong] (email: bohensky4(at)verizon.net)
Woodbridge Connection: lived there in the late 60s and married a yank
Now located: 1259 treasure lake dubois pa 15801 usa
Message:
looking for sandy bennett [grafton -roberts] daughters kirsty and kerry;a lso looking for my ring that i gave an airman he had an irish name, i was that scottish girl from edinburgh so was sandy. lots of great memories thanks

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Saturday 1st of March 2008
Steve Carpenter (email: steve-katie(at)sbcglobal.net) Woodbridge Connection:
Now located: Indianapolis, Indiana, USA
Message:
I am looking for any infomation regarding Flying Officer R.L.C. Axworthy whose last address was "Syringa Cottage," Saxtead, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

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Sunday 3rd of February 2008
Ricarda (email: impatiens(at)web.de)
Woodbridge Connection: See below
Now located: Germany
Message:
I am looking for people I got to know in Woodbridge, when I was living there (1999) with my husband and my two daughters. Does anybody know the address of Suzy Carter, Michelle Bullard or Natalie Yeadon?
My daughter Nathalie was in the nursery at Kyson School.

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Sunday 27th of January 2008
Sylvia (email: sylvia.worth(at)btopenworld.com)
Woodbridge Connection: Birthplace of my Levett and King ancestors
Now located: Staffs
Message:
I have traced my ancestors to having lived at 18 Castle Street in 1841.
Does the house/building still exist? [Sorry, no - web admin.]
I hope to come and visit Woodbridge sometime this year.

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Sunday 13th of January 2008
Jayne Bond (email: mrsjaynebond(at)ntlworld.com)
Message:
I am researching family members from Woodbridge and surrounding areas. Names included are Pizey, Alderton, Ablitt, Stevens, Overett. Occupations include Butcher and Fishmonger. Since starting my research, I have found out that a friend of 8 years, who I randomly met shares the same family as me! Any feedback would be greatly received.
Thanks, Jayne

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Monday 07th of January 2008
Julian Evan-Hart (email: j.evenhart(at)ntlworld.com)
None Now located: Stevenage
Message:
Just wondered if know anyone interested in the loss of the Zeppelin L48, one of Suffolks most important aviation incidents. There is a new forthcoming "Zeppelin War" book published by Tempus edited by Neil Faulkner and Nadia Durrani, I thought you may be interested in. (News and press release).
As you might know I organised the excavation of the Zeppelin L48 in Theberton, Suffolk from its beginnings and it was later featured as part of a BBC Timewatch programme. The actual publication date is as yet undecided but it is loosely scheduled for end of Jan / Feb 2008. I have had a look at a PDF file of the contents and its superbly laid out with extensive sections of L48 crash photographs taken in 1917 and also the excavation that took place in June 2006. This section includes actual fragments of L48 that were discovered in 2006 as well as the amazing German Imperial Naval Officers button that was found by a metal-detectorist during the dig.
Other contents are defences, excavations of gun emplacements, and a whole host of fascinating associated topics, this research involves some of the the very first archaeological excavations of British defences in World War one and of course the World`s first ever archaeological excavation of one of the five Zeppelins to crash on British soil, ground breaking stuff resulting in a unique ground-breaking publication. We are fast approaching the centenary of the begginnings of World War One which should make this all the more poignant and thought evoking read.
Kind regards Julian.
Anyone requiring further information please contact me on the supplied Email address j.evenhart(at)ntlworld.com

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Tuesday 04th of November 2008
Sandra Dystant (nee Reilly) (email: cdystant@hotmail.com) Woodbridge
Connection: See message, below. Now located: London
Message:
A good friend of my mother's (Betty Stallings who was born and lived in Islington, London) was married to a serviceman and they lived in Ipswich. He (known to us just as Stallings)was based at Woodbridge I believe. As a child, I think I visited them in a house off the site of the base in about 1956/7.
I know that Betty and her husband (Stallings) divorced some time after going to live in the US. She went on to a nursing career and contact with her was lost just prior to her getting married again.I would love to know what happened to Betty, who was very much missed by my mum Alice (who died in 2000) and myself.

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Friday 17th of October 2008
Raymond Rubio (email: rcma4(at)msn.com)
Woodbridge Connection: RAF Bentwaters
Message:
Was with the 81st from 1988 to 1990. Was a loader for the A-10's. Looking for Earl Matthews, Vince McGruder, Eric Tate, Prentice Murphy, John Hannah, Mario Battaglia or any other that were their during this time.
Now located: I live in Ft. Worth TX
We had good times and would like to know where fellow friends are.

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Date: Saturday 04th of October 2008
From: Harland Zell <hm.zell(at)sbcglobal.net>
Twin Bases job: Commercial Transportation SSg, 81st M&S Gp
Twin Bases yrs: 1951-54
Message:
Would like to contact a lady named Betty Baker who lived near Woodbridge, we were close friends.

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Tuesday, September 30, 2008
Jim Meeks (email: meeksjj(at)msn.com)
Subject: Assistance

I just received notice that a very dear friend of mine, Jan (Ryder) Brown passed away on September 16th, 2008 in I believe Felixstowe approximately 49 years of age. I have been trying to research the local papers but was unable to locate any information. I was in the Air Force during 1975 through 1977 and we had become very close and have kept in contact since I returned to the USA.
I understand that her service will be held on today, Tuesday September 30th and regrettably, I do not have a passport or I would be attending. Not sure if the service is in Felixstowe, Ipswich or somewhere else.
I would very much appreciate any information which you could provide or where I could research her death online. This would mean a great deal to me if you could provide some information or assistance.
Thank you so very much. This would really mean a lot to me.

Jim Meeks
1193 Rak Road
Chesterton, Indiana 46304-9728
USA
Tel: 219-405-0100
Email: meeksjj(at)msn.com
RAF Bentwaters July 1975 - July 1977 / 81st SPS

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Monday 04th of August 2008
Dave Lawlor
Email: LetsFlyAway69(at)aol.com)
Now located: Arizona, USA
Message:
Anyone stationed at RAF Bentwaters 1954 to 1956 know a Sergeant James (Jimmy) Smoak.
I have a friend searching for him.
Dave Lawlor
US Air Force Ret/E8/AZ

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Wednesday 23rd of July 2008
ann-marie (email: scritz(at)hotmail.com)
Woodbridge Connection: my natural father was stationed here for a while
Now located: Northampton England
Message:
Am looking for Msgnt Donald Wayne Sinclair, retired from Bentwaters in 1985.
if you have any info to help please email me.

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Tuesday 10th of June 2008
Faye Eastman (poppie) (email: poppiefaye(at)yahoo.com)
Woodbridge Connection: with Bentwaters AFB
Now located: Goldsboro, North Carolina. Near SJAFB
Message:
I have been trying to locate some local friends in Leiston England for along time. I finally came across this site and saw Bentwaters and Woodbridge. My Dad was stationed at Bentwaters between 1968-1971. We lived near leiston.i'm having a heck of a hard time locating exactly where the farm was that we lived at for almost four years. I lived there between the ages of 10-13.5. The road I took to my bus stop is unknown to me but our farm house had a long dirt road, we would then hit onto a paved road and walk to a fork in the road and at this fork, you could go to Leiston.This fork in the road is where our bus would take us to Bentwaters to attend school. I know, a little info. but it's all I have and would love to know if someone out there knows where this is. I'm sure someone from Leiston would surely know. It was a very special place in my life. I'm now 50 and have some time to gather info. I hope to return for a visit. Any info will help. Thank You so much!

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Tuesday 03rd of June 2008
Sheila Hancock (email: sheila.hancock4(at)btinternet.com)
Woodbridge Connection:
Now located: Southport, Merseyside
Message:
Looking for James Preston Martin, b. abt 1933 USA.
James was stationed in England 1950s and was near Liverpool. Can anyone tell me which base he would have been at. James is birth father of my friend Zelda and we are searching for him. Zelda would love to know about her black American roots. Can anyone help us in our search ?
Thank you.

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Sunday 1oth of February 2008
From: krausejr(at)roadrunner.com
Name: Lester L Krause Jr
Message:
I enjoyed your site very much. I was Vice Comander of the 81st at RAF Bentwaters 1954-1957 and we lived in the Corner House in Aldeburgh for the first two years and then moved in to "Tobacco Housing" at Bentwaters for the last year. We remember Dr. Nora well as she used to take care of our kids when we lived in Aldeburgh. She always enjoyed a touch of sherry afterward. Many of the pictures look the same now as they did in 1954.

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Monday 11th of February 2008
Marsha Kamish (email: mgkamish(at)yahoo.com)
Woodbridge Connection: My dad was stationed at RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge from 1968-1972.
Now located: Katy (Houston), TX
Message:
It was the best time of our lives! I have 'found' a few of my friends from back then and we all agree on that. We got to live in the Crown Hotel for a while and then we lived at a house on the beach in Aldeburgh until our base housing was ready. A couple of my friends and I (12 at the time) took the train into London by ourselves and spent the day at the museums and Carnaby Street and Madame Tussaud's. We were treated like royalty by all the Londoners we met. I could write forever about those years - every moment was perfect.
If anyone from those times wants to get in touch, please write to me: mgkamish at yahoo.com. I'd love to keep in touch.

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Saturday 09th of February 2008
(email: pauline_long(at)hotmail.com)
Anyone any info on Burton Clark? He was stationed in the area around '55/'56.

 


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