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Standing in the Footprints of my Ancestors

In 1848, William T. Kelly and Roseanna McKenna were married in a church called St. Mary’s in Dublin. One hundred and sixty seven years and four generations later, I stepped inside the church as one of their many descendants and tried to imagine how the stone pillars and ivory arches of the building looked through their eyes. 707 more words

Looking for some summer reading?

There are three recent letters from Pope Francis that speak of matters that are important for the Church and our parish over the coming months and years. 219 more words

Pope Francis

Open Air Service

St Nicholas Church is having an open air service at Glatton Green on Sunday 19th July at 11am. It will take the style of a… 77 more words

St Nicholas

Glatton Village Fete and Family Fun Day

A full review with photographs of this event can be seen on this website under either
‘St. Nicholas Church’ – Reviews 2015 OR ‘Village Hall’ – Reviews 2015. 8 more words

Glatton

Medlicott, Gravener, Monger, Dixon: a network of families in seventeenth-century London

I’ve been exploring the lives of a network of seventeenth-century families, whose members were beneficiaries of the will of Elizabeth Greene, a Puritan widow of Stepney who died in 1655. 1,609 more words

Greene

My First Time

This month it’s 25 years since I first visited Rhodes and Symi. I had two weeks’ holiday from my work in London and wanted a complete change of pace. 1,446 more words

Moving