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From: Scotland
I have just found this sight from my cousin in New Zealand,and I am finding it very interesting, as my mother was born and bred in Tunstall, we had a lot of lovely holidays when I was a lot younger,down there. My Mum's name was Kathleen Bailey, and she had a brother Jimmy, so I would be most grateful to anyone who reads this, that has any information on the Bailey's,where they came from originally,ect. I would be most gratefull.
Kind regards.
Carol Boyne
Added: October 9, 2008
Shelley Curtis
From: Saxmundham
I have many happy childhood memories of when I use to visit my Grandparents Nora and Geoff Ling. Grandad would always be singing and dancing at the Blaxhall Ship on a Bank Holiday Weekend and we would go for many country walks. I love looking at the old photographs and reading up on the history of Blaxhall using the site - Keep up the good work.
Added: October 6, 2008
Brenda Flynn
From: Scotland
Your site is excellent, full of information.
My great grandfather Charles Pratt was from Little Glemham who moved to Scotland in the 1900s and his mother was Lucy Jay from Blaxhall.
Added: October 3, 2008
Keith Ling
From: Needham Market
Thanks for the interesting archive day on 21st Sept. I have watched the dvd I bought and it was very interesting. Well Done
Added: October 2, 2008
Rachel H
Just checking Blaxhall out before coming down with some friends to stay at the youth hostel this weekend! It looks lovely - and quite safe, considering it is "over the border" from here in Norfolk!! Seriously, I love it all round there - great scenery, good walking and good food!!
Added: September 19, 2008
From: buggyman
Your site is awesome. It is easily accessible and give detailed info.
Added: September 11, 2008
Wayne Scarce
From: Redditch
What a fantastic web-site. I remember visiting the Ship as a young lad throughout the seventies. We always used to go on summer holidays to Suffolk, staying at my Uncle Basils in Sproughton. I remember once, probably about 1973, we were all in the ship one summers night and I ended up playing the bongo drums. I expect it was to accompany the 'famous' folk singing that took place there. I keep saying that I will come and visit, and one day I will.
Added: September 5, 2008
Phillip Cable
From: USA Florida
Hi I am a cousin of Keith Ling and Alec Ling
Email me lets catch up
Phillip Cable
My email is
hrhphc at comcast dot net
Added: July 27, 2008
Ron and Pam Burrell
From: Denver Colorado
We had Carol Hornsby from Ohio visiting Denver so we did lunch at GB Fish and Chips. Carol brought her book on the village of Blaxhall and showed us all her family, some of which ran The Ship public house many years ago. We had some laughs too talking about what life was like in the village. My wife, a Ling from Snape, well we have been married 45 years. For a Yank, I didn't do half bad. Miss the countryside and Adnams ale. Ta ta for now. Ron
Added: July 17, 2008
emma pickett <bailey>
From: felixstowe
great to see the village still looks the same as it was years ago when i was growing up in blaxhall. i dearly wish i could come back there as they were great years and a great place to grow up.
Added: June 22, 2008

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