.... judging by the later comments, members really appreciated your knowledge and insights. I was particularly interested in your comments about Brighton. My Great Grandfather lived in Park Street in the 1830`s and 1840`s, and I have read Edward Cresy`s 1849 report on sanitation and health issues in Brighton - horrific by today`s standards.
U3A Petersfield (May 2018)
... thank you for your talk on Saturday, which, I know, was enjoyed by the 52 members who attended. We knew that we would have a good crowd, because people had been very enthused when they heard that you were visiting us, and they were not disappointed.
NW Kent Family History Society, Bromley (September 2017)
... thirty years ago we were contacted out of the blue by Fraser and Fraser who had tracked us down regarding an inheritance from someone we had never heard of and had no knowledge of his existence. There were also four people on the other line so eight of us shared the inheritance eventually receiving just under £10.000 pound each after Frasers had taken their 30%. We had just moved into a large Victorian house which needed a lot of work so it came in very useful!
Uckfield Sussex Family History Group (July 2017)
... such an informative talk about probate research; the ladies of Crowborough Vale WI certainly enjoyed meeting you and were impressed about the subject. You obviously enjoy the challenge of searching through records and some of the facts which you highlighted were quite enlightening.
Crowborough Vale WI (July 2017)
... we received wonderful feedback – our customers really appreciated having access to Lady Teviot's expertise. Many of the feedback forms commented on Lady Teviot's great knowledge of the subject, and her generosity in sharing this knowledge so freely. If there is ever another opportunity to welcome you both back.
... it was amazing and so very successful. Mary, even had ladies who went from venue to venue, some without a car. They became like friends by the time we had finished. The only thing Mary thought was 'I hope I don't keep repeating something from the previous talk', but if she did no one noticed.