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Families from Kettlebaston in Suffolk

 
Andrew Gourlay
Andrew Gourlay
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quotePosted at 14:31 on 1st February 2018

 As a newly signed-up member, I thought I'd just say 'hello' and invite you to view a little more information about our fascinating little village.

Has your family history search directed you to Kettlebaston in Suffolk (or Kettle Baston / Kettlebarston which I've also seen it called)? Then good news could be at hand.

I've just acquired a new domain and re-posted the Kettlebaston Millennium Project back online, which was previously hosted courtesy of Suffolk County Council. It contains a Visitors Book where guests are encouraged to post village-related genealogy queries and I'm delighted to say that we've previously united members of several families. It is hoped to develop this area of the website and submissions are welcomed from people wishing to post a 'potted history' of their family's involvement with the village.

In addition to the above, the site also contains over 150 period photographs of the village plus numerous historic documents and maps. If you're interested, Kettlebaston Online can be found at www.kettlebaston.com

Incidentally, in case anyone is suspicious of my motives (and think I'm just here for free advertising), the amateur website is totally non-commercial and is provided solely as a resource for anyone interested in our village - it actually costs me money!

I hope to upload further images here soon 

Best regards, Andrew. 

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quotePosted at 16:17 on 3rd February 2018

Hi Andrew, no worries about the link, it looks an interesting and useful resource. Thanks for sharing some photos with us too. 

All the best, 

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