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Was trying to find out more about the Motherstone in Greenwich Park, but you don't seem to have anything on it: history, traditions, etc. Any idea where I might be able to find out? Thanks
Frances Lane <franl155@yahoo.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, December 17, 2000 at 02:31:48 (GMT)
Just found the page, very interesting reading through others comments here. I'm @ greenwich uni right now so spend most days in greenwich, its a great if alittle over touristy. (btw best place to eat in greenwich is the bakers oven sandwich shop! (past the uni - heading outa greenwich towards woolwich - about two blocks past the esso station)). My fav bit is the big green laser light they shine across the meridian line from the observatory. As for the dome, well i gotta better things to do then spend a day in a giant tent! >:)
ian <oh_bugger_it@yahoo.com>
abbey wood, London, UK. - Sunday, December 10, 2000 at 15:53:56 (GMT)
what a cool web-site,my man!!!!!!!1
carlos eduardo <carlosedu_2000@yahoo.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, November 24, 2000 at 20:10:14 (GMT)
Still looking for anybody at Roan between 1965 and 1972, especially Steve Martin, if anybody knows where he is.
Tony Lee <tonylee2000@one.net.au>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, November 24, 2000 at 10:18:18 (GMT)
hi just found your site very interesting i now live in the united states i was born in woolwich and lived in greenwich i remember going to st peters school we lived at 71 haddo hse fond memories of the area i remember the mickelboroughs jill and clive and the family( shuts )i was about 7 or 8 when we left greenwich does anyone out there remember me rita benson going to school we went by the surname vella but thats another story
rita c benson <Rita.Benson@mail.sprint.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, November 20, 2000 at 20:06:57 (GMT)
I did all the training to work at the dome only to be told they were not taking on part-timers. I knew that the hype was a con last year just as soon as we were told the NME had no idea of what the zones were going to be - in July 1999. How can you say something is so wonderful before it was built or plans had not been finalised? I was sure it would be a disaster. Thankfully I did eventually go and had such a great day that I went back for a second visit. If you are going to the dome before it closes then go on a weekday, take a packed lunch and get there early or you will never fit it all in. I love my home town and if ordinary people from Greenwich had promoted the dome then it would have been a success from the start! It is also a shame that the hype caused rents and council tax to rocket so high that local small businesses that had been here for donkeys years suddenly up and left. That should never have happened just to line the pockets of greedy non-Greenwich residents! If you went to BLACKHEATH BLUECOATS 1971-1976 send me an email.
Lynda <Lynda@psyteric.freeserve.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, November 20, 2000 at 15:52:50 (GMT)
I've lived in the borough all my life and the SE10 area since 1974. I wish to trace an old school friend by the name of Alan Peach, who lived off Francis Street in Woolwich. We went to Mulgrave Primary School,losing touch thereafter. He is a smahing chap, and I'd love to see if he still remembers me, and would like to get in touch.
Mark Holliday <quizbuff2000@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, November 20, 2000 at 15:52:19 (GMT)
Lived in 26 Gloucester Circus in the 50's when a small boy. Attended General Woolf (?) infants school and remember roller skating and scootering down Royal Hill before the days of traffic, and playing in the park and around the Cutty Sark. Great site, great memories.
J A Starbuck <starbuck@totalise.co.uk>
Huddersfield, Yorks, UK. - Tuesday, November 14, 2000 at 16:35:10 (GMT)
I lived in Greenwich for 23 years (and I'm only 25 now) and I have some good memories. I spent every day after school in the NMM when it was still 20p/year for Greenwich residents) I lost my virginity in the girls toilet block at St Alfeges with St Peters (now replaced) I lost a finger tip in the boys toilet block (also gone) I spent my childhood running around the drydock under the Cutty Sark, up and down the lifts for the foottunnel and messing around on the Bookboat (also gone) I lived there, I know what it WAS like, yet now? I hate it, and I can't explain why...
SeanR <me@seanr.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, October 31, 2000 at 01:26:06 (GMT)
Looking for any information on William Florence, Keeper at Greenwich Park.
Keith Florence <keith@florence-net.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, October 25, 2000 at 12:26:24 (BST)
A Very useful page. Shame about the clock whilst using IE.
andreas wissner <a.wissner.mgt@co.uk>
hull, east yorkshire, UK. - Monday, October 23, 2000 at 08:09:25 (BST)
I think I forgot to "post" this. Has anyone seen the "pearls before swine" entry on the dome website. The English media could make a fine spring day in Grandma's orchard the most depressing thing on earth!!!!!!!!!! I hope your reading this you hacks. Positive breeds positive and vice versa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nick <popenicholas@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, October 18, 2000 at 05:37:32 (BST)
Hello everybody, I haven't been to the dome yet either. But am returning to U.K end of october expressly to do it before it shuts down at end of 2000. I'm going for a ride on the BIG WHEEL too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nick Pope <movari@channel21.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, October 16, 2000 at 05:21:59 (BST)
Good site , good message board. for those posting here some answers may be found from: The Greenwich Tour Guides who now have there own domain at. - http://www.greenwichtourguides.co.uk There are no chat facilities yet but they could be introduced. if you want to type chat on an individual basis mail me for AIM, msn, PalTalk, Yahoo messenger or ICQ ids My Direct Connection home base is at http://www.gec.dircon.co.uk/
G.M. Cooper <gec@dircon.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, October 14, 2000 at 10:48:07 (BST)
I go to Crown Woods School in Eltham, I am in year 10 and in New house (which I am very proud to be in), unfortunatley we are getting a new head teacher in january and I would just like to say that I don't agree with his "better uniform, better grades" policy, if girls have to wear skirts during winter WE ARE GOING TO FREEZE TO DEATH!...There I've had my say and I think other people should to!
Rachael
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, October 12, 2000 at 20:25:19 (BST)
You are WELCOME to visit my webpage.
Odinn Thor
Reykjavik, ICELAND. - Wednesday, October 11, 2000 at 01:29:45 (BST)
Trying to get in touch with old Roan girls 1952-56, remember Miss Wretts-Smith, Miss Lorna Dowling, Miss Barnsdale? Where are you Jean Lapper, Pat Clare, Kathleen Reynolds or others who remember me.
Brenda Jeffery (nee Brown) <brenda.j@ukonline.co.uk>
Margate, Kent, UK. - Monday, October 09, 2000 at 19:55:12 (BST)
i found this site on internet. i like it because ti is very nice site.
Tariq Hameed <tariq1956@usa.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, October 04, 2000 at 18:48:22 (BST)
I was at Roan Boys School from 1968-1973, anyone out there from my year?
Allan King <allan.king@virgin.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at 15:27:24 (BST)
i go to the school at the momement and iam in year 11 and it is a rubbish school and i dont think i have leared anything since i started in 1995
cool dude <non>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 21:37:16 (BST)
could anyone help me in locating a carol lillian fricker. whose mother lived in greenwich. we know carol was adopted in hertfordshire. any help would be appreciated
tracy taylor <tsbs1@hotmail.com>
brisbane, australia. - Thursday, September 21, 2000 at 05:05:51 (BST)
Hi, my name is Lynne and I live in Dayton Ohio. I was adopted in 1970. My birthday is 9/30/70. I recently found out that my birth mother is from Greenwich and I am currently trying to find her. If anyone knows of a woman who went to Ohio and gave birth, please let me know. She would be in her 60's. I know its a long shot but thought that I would try. Thanks.
Lynne W. <lawiech@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 06:32:00 (BST)
I was at Roan Boys School from 1965-1972 and would like to hear from anybody who remembers me.
Tony Lee <tonylee2000@one.net.au>
Perth, W.Australia, Australia. - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 04:24:24 (BST)
I was at Roan Boys School from 1965 to 1972. I now live in Perth W.Australia. I would love to hear from anyone who remembers me.
Tony Lee <tonylee2000@one.net.au>
Perth, W.Australia, Australia. - Friday, September 15, 2000 at 02:44:52 (BST)
Congratulations for your great web page. Thank you very much for your visit to my website http://www.altogallego.com about the North of Spain (the Pirynees Mountains). As you say the 3D panoramics are really superb... May I sugest you signing my guestbook? I'd really love if you answer to some of the friends who has already signed, because we're creating the "Altogallego's friends Club" . See you.... --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Biescas, Huesca, Spain. - Wednesday, September 13, 2000 at 00:24:32 (BST)
Brilliant website. My sister has just got a job teaching in Greenwich so I thought I would have a look at it on the net. Very informative.
Clayton Sargisson <p-csargisson@xtra.co.nz>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, September 11, 2000 at 01:14:53 (BST)
The Blackheath Bowls Club use the bowling green which is sited next to "Rangers House" (top of Crooms Hill SE10) The 2001 season commences end of April and ends end of September. Why not come along and join us ? No experience, No Problem ! Ever Thursday 2.00pm is club day, all ages welcome. For more info: e-mail- blackheathbowlsclub@libertysurf.co.uk
T.S. <blackheathbowlsclub@libertysurf.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, September 09, 2000 at 09:09:12 (BST)
Never been to "The Dome", don't want to ever go to "The Dome", and in fact, do not give the proverbial shit for "The Dome". However, would dearly like to revisit some of the pubs around the area, with which I used to be well aquainted.......
Adrian Davies <adrianandjill@worldnet.att.net>
Richmond, USA. - Thursday, September 07, 2000 at 04:29:55 (BST)
Hi! I attended John Roan school 63 - 68. Were you in my year???
Trevor Dee <deeta9@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, September 01, 2000 at 04:48:09 (BST)
I went to Crown Woods School from 68 to 74 would be interested in talking to anyone who remembers me or my brother Mark. We were both in Dean House and played lived in Lee Green / Blackheath.
Roland Graham-Helwig <rolandhelwig@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, August 11, 2000 at 16:55:10 (BST)
Greetings: I was at Roan Boys School between 60-65. If there is anyone out there who was at Roan at the same time drop me an email.
John Reed <JohnReed@aol.com>
Budapest, Budapest, Hungary. - Monday, August 07, 2000 at 10:48:43 (BST)
Have visited Naval Museum and Cutty Sark as well as Greenwhich many times. I hope I will be able to vsit again Is there any way I can talk to folks at the museum about tallships both commercial and naval on the internet. If possible even obtain ship's plans
M. Shankin <ttallship@aol.com>
Chatsworth, California, USA. - Friday, August 04, 2000 at 04:53:54 (BST)
Hello All Music Theatre Lovers ! Sincerely, Kalevi Ukkola
Kalevi Ukkola <maestro@iki.fi>
Kotka, Home, Finland. - Thursday, August 03, 2000 at 11:50:50 (BST)
lots of good links
Ian Sharpe <http://www.towerbridge.freeserve.co.uk>
Tower Hamlets, London, UK. - Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 20:18:09 (BST)
enjoyed my visit to your web site very much
Ian sharpe <tourbak@cwcom.net>
Tower Hamlets, London, UK. - Tuesday, July 18, 2000 at 20:13:31 (BST)
Am searching for relatives of the PYM, GUNN, SPENCER, LOVE surnames. My grandfather was Frederick James Pym, born 08/11/1903 to William Henry Pym and Alice (nee Spencer). Had sisters Elsie (m. Gunn) and Violet (m. Love) and brothers Arthur and George. Elise and Frederick were born in Greenwich. Any relatives left out there? OR if you know of anyone with connections to these families please contact me. Carrie Hawkins, Ontario, Canada
Carrie Hawkins <crhawk@ntl.sympatico.ca>
Ontario, Canada. - Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 02:58:56 (BST)
Am searching for relatives of the PYM, GUNN, SPENCER, LOVE surnames. My grandfather was Frederick James Pym, born 08/11/1903 to William Henry Pym and Alice (nee Spencer). Had sisters Elsie (m. Gunn) and Violet (m. Love) and brothers Arthur and George. Elise and Frederick were born in Greenwich. Any relatives left out there? OR if you know of anyone with connections to these families please contact me. Carrie Hawkins, Ontario, Canada
Carrie Hawkins <crhawk@ntl.sympatico.ca>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, July 08, 2000 at 02:56:25 (BST)
Oh those were the days when we used to be able to use the "Greenwich Times". Does anyone know of any other (working) chat forums for Greenwich?
Johnny <johnny@webtribe.net>
Charlton!, Greenwich, UK. - Friday, July 07, 2000 at 16:09:56 (BST)
I went to school at St Theresas in Belemont Hill in nearby Blackheath from 1971 to 1976. I know Greenwich very well and still live locally in Woolwich/Plumstead. My name was McDonnell then. does anyone remember me...??
Marjorie Wann <marjorie_wann@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, June 29, 2000 at 00:51:21 (BST)
THE LANTERN PUBLIC HOUSE Thames st SE10. Is a must for all right thinking people CHECK IT OUT !!
IAIN
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 13:03:10 (BST)
I trained what was then St. Alfege's Hospital during the war and lived at the Woodlands Nurses Home. I would like to be in touch with anybody from that time. Lilo
Lilo Levine <mlevine@northnet.org>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 12:25:37 (BST)
I just found your site and am happy to have found you. I have been looking for some information about what was St. Alfege's Hospital on Vanbrugh Hill and the Woodlands Nurses Home. How I wish i could get in touch with some of the nurses who trained with me during the war there and reminisce Lilo Levine www.northnet.org/lilo
Lilo Levine <Mlevine@northnet.org>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, June 25, 2000 at 03:55:48 (BST)
We just returned from a 'heritage' trip of the UK. My entire family of 12 flew over for the visit. I was born in Blackheath during WW2 but lived most of my early years in Brand Street, Greenwich. One place we really wanted to visit was the Dome because it is built on the site of the old gasworks where my grandfather worked during his entire working life. Given the press we had seen on the Dome we were expecting to be disapointed but quite the opposite happened. Everybody loved it. It is the best tourist bargain in Europe today. It was easy to get to, the design is not as obtrusive as I thought it would be, it is neat and clean - and that show is as good as most Las Vegas shows I've seen. You've got something to be proud of Greenwich, no matter what those cheesy moth-eaten old newspaper critics say. Thankyou for hosting such an endeavour.
Brian Thornett
Atlanta, Georgia, USA. - Thursday, June 22, 2000 at 02:42:27 (BST)
As a resident of Greenwich i think it will be a great shame when the Admiral Hardy Is closed and refurbished. One of the last traditonal pubs in greenwich town centre
Chris Higginson <c.higginson@ic24.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, June 10, 2000 at 13:17:39 (BST)
I visit Greenwich 6 or 7 times a year. Does anyone know of a place that has public Internet access - a cyber cafe or similar? I wish that everyone that visits the Dome could spare a bit of time to take a trip to Greenwich Park (free entry) - or the National Maritime Museum and Observatory - not free - but cheaper than the Dome. Any info regarding internet access in Greenwich welcome.
John <alumnus@lineone.net>
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. - Sunday, June 04, 2000 at 01:39:13 (BST)
Could you please make it obvious what the time is exactly in the UK rather than some oblique reference to GMT and British summer time. I thought that it would be possible to find out what the correct time is by visiting the site. And can we have some nice pictures too as this would make the site better. Charlie.
Charlie Pigeon <bannor6@hotmail.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Wednesday, May 24, 2000 at 14:44:46 (BST)
Is there anywhere in London can match Greenwich ? Best people ? Best Drivers ? Best park ? and the BLACKHEATH BOWLS CLUB (Next to Rangers House)
Tom Smyth <smythtom@smytht.fsnet.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, May 15, 2000 at 00:31:17 (BST)
Cruising the Web, I come upon Greenwich. I remember sitting in a rather dowdy cafe on top of the hill in the Park reading the Observer on Sunday mornings when I got away from my family, and Deptford, and the denizens of Creek Rd. This was in the fifties. I left England in 1960, said goodbye to Creek Rd., and St. Olaves School and spent the next forty years seeing the world. I f any one remembers me, and I don't expect them to, give me a call!!
John P. Kent <jkent304@AOL.COM>
Exton, SE Pennsylvania, USA. - Friday, April 14, 2000 at 14:02:20 (BST)
Dear Timekeepers... I have enjoyed accessing your website to find the accurate time. We are trying to set our school clocks to a standard setting, and your site has been very helpful.
Trevor Fyfe <T-Fyfe@swl.mediacentre.com>
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. - Thursday, April 06, 2000 at 19:21:26 (BST)
HI I went to Crown Woods School from 72-77 I'm just trying to trace anyone that was in Sherwoood 2, Mrs Rollings class, if you did email me
J <kalotb@talk21.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 15:58:13 (BST)
I was at the Dome on 18-03-00 and it was fantastic If you get a chance take a trip its well worth the time and effort.
Ross Hamilton <hammy01@btinternet.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, March 26, 2000 at 00:51:48 (GMT)
Greenwich seems exciting. I would like to visit this place one day.
Damien Jackson
Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States. - Tuesday, March 21, 2000 at 17:01:01 (GMT)
I am trying to make contact with long lost friends of my family - Howard & Kerwin Jones - Howard b.1947. We were all born in Greenwich and lived in Gloucester Circus. Their parents,Dick and Vera Jones were friends of mine -Rose & Jack Malone.
Gaynor <gaynorbranton@hotmail.com>
Victoria, Australia. - Saturday, March 18, 2000 at 22:28:08 (GMT)
The dome is excellent. I managed all the attractions (apart from the "Body Zone") and this was on a Saturday during the half-term week! It's well worth the 20 quid admission fee...
James Butcher <greenwich.pubs@ic24.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Friday, March 17, 2000 at 14:01:21 (GMT)
Resident of Greenwich and member of the Blackheath Bowling Club(By Rangers House).... Very pleased to see such a comprehensive site for a "London Jewel", GREENWICH.
Tom Smyth <tomsmyth@smyler.screaming.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 07, 2000 at 07:11:18 (GMT)
Resident of Greenwich and member of the Blackheath Bowling Club(By Rangers House).... Very pleased to see such a comprehensive site for a "London Jewel", GRENWICH.
Tom Smyth <tomsmyth@smyler.screaming.net>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Tuesday, March 07, 2000 at 07:02:55 (GMT)
I was at the Roan School, Devonshire Drive, from 1958-1963. Any other old girls out there? Jan
Jan Hill (nee Price) <hill@janbob.freeserve,co,uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, March 05, 2000 at 11:09:46 (GMT)
I have never been to Grin-idge! before.We are visting the dome later this year.Fingers Crossed perhaps?Interesting site.
alice <Anon>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Thursday, March 02, 2000 at 00:57:09 (GMT)
When I was in the US Navy, I visited many sea ports, including Plymouth, but missed seeing London. After leaving the service, I was determined to remedy that and, being an admirer of Lord Nelson and Cutty Sark, Greenwich and the Maritime Museum were on my list. Twenty years ago, I took the boat from Tower Bridge and set foot on Greenwich Quay and spent two unforgettable days making up for lost time. Greenwich's historical associations are a visitor's delight, only to be exceeded by the hospitality shown this Yank by it's citizens. It is my dream to, someday, return to your lovely town.
Robert Rockwell Allison <kiltie@worldnet.att.net>
Long Beach, California, USA. - Thursday, February 24, 2000 at 03:00:28 (GMT)
as an ex lighterman now living in new zealand i find this site most enjoyable and interesting keep up the good work regards dave ball
david ball <doobieihug.co.nz>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, February 21, 2000 at 05:54:53 (GMT)
Just visited the Dome. It's overpriced, overbusy, overdifficult to get to, overqueued-up and worst of all over full with gangs of hundreds of kids. Also, noticed that they don't even have an option on the official Dome site for 'feedback' i.e. they don't care what anyone thinks. I challenge anyone to get round the whole thing in 4 hours. I managed 4 out of 20 attractions in a whole day. Queues, queues, queues - the best ones were over an hour. Enjoy everyone, best advice I can give if you do decide to go anyway, go on a Monday afternoon that's not a school holiday, you might be in with a fighting chance to enjoy yourself then....
Sarah Key Basser <sarah123@aol.com>
London, London, UK. - Friday, February 18, 2000 at 18:59:40 (GMT)
Gayness in all but a word ha! great website? pah netto.com is where u should all b good luc
Tank <?>
Wolvo, W Mids, UK. - Wednesday, February 16, 2000 at 18:15:35 (GMT)
Gayness in all but a word ha! great website? pah netto.com is where u should all b good luc
Tank <?>
Wolvo, W Mids, UK. - Wednesday, February 16, 2000 at 18:15:32 (GMT)
On a delightful) visit to Greenwich last May, I passed a small ship chandler, located on a corner, in the 1-2 blocks between the Cutty Sark and the Royal Maritime Museum. The merchandise included all types of yacht fitting plus nautical gifts. I was particularly interested in a selection of brass port hole mirrors in various sizes. If anyone could assist me with contact details for this business, I would be most grateful. Regards, Scott McEwan Sydney, Australia
Scott McEwan <Scott@McEwan.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, February 06, 2000 at 12:02:00 (GMT)
Hello to anyone who remembers me from Roan School for Boys (1962-68) or my brother Philip (1966-73).Would be delighted to hear from you.
Adrian Clarkson <shirladi@aol.com>
Wakefield, Yorks, UK. - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 23:39:56 (GMT)
i use to live in greenwich and would love to hear from anyone who lives in greenwich. i miss my family and friends from greenwich. i have lived in australia for 15 years now. we were in greenwich 2 years ago and was amazed at how much it has changed
tracy <tsbs1@hotmail.com>
australia. - Thursday, January 27, 2000 at 06:53:58 (GMT)
Greetings from Sydney Australia We are visiting the UK in July/Aust and at present planning our itenery and costs. Can anyone tell me what the cost is to visit the Dome. Apprceiated Bill
Bill/Lynne.David/Francis <willyn@netspace.net.au>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Monday, January 24, 2000 at 06:53:30 (GMT)
Informative and encouraging site - with a community feel, which is a hard task on the world wide web!
Alison Couch <westcombenews@londonse3.fsnet.co.uk>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Sunday, January 23, 2000 at 15:14:46 (GMT)
As some one who was born in greenwich and has lived here all my life I am proud of the dome and all the work that is happening in the surrounding area's don't slag it of until you have been A LOT OF LOCAL PEOPLE WORK HARD so if you feel that strong join a local group and join the change
sharon fewins <shal@currant bun.com>
Greenwich, London, UK. - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 22:28:34 (GMT)
Back in the late 1960's I visited Mr & Mrs. Philip Mann who lived at The Manor House in Greenwich near Blackheath. I am trying to contact their daughter Jennifer (Mann) Williams or her brother Philip Mann. Can you please help me?
Dr. Stephen Romanoff <sromano1@maine.rr.com>
Falmouth, USA, Maine. - Tuesday, January 18, 2000 at 04:10:15 (GMT)
I was searching for references to "Thornham", and found this site. Apparently, there is a Thornham Street in Greenwich...does anyone know why? I know, it's a real longshot. Thanks for your indulgence.
Pauline Thornham <pauline.thornham@peelsb.com>
Brampton, Ontario, Canada. - Friday, January 07, 2000 at 06:51:14 (GMT)
Hi everyone! Wishing you all a happy and healthy New Year 2000 From Newfoundland, Canada!
Dana Hancock <jeffjacobs@nf.sympatico.ca>
Botwood, NF, Canada. - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 02:44:48 (GMT)
Hello, found you by accident but now I'm going to have a look around and digest. Will tell you what I think in a minute.
Barb <sophia@alford89.fsnet.co.uk>
Weston-s-Mare, Somerset, UK. - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 11:51:58 (GMT)
happy new year. the fireworks were great. an australian was responsible for them i use to live in greenwich and miss my family and friendsvery much.. anyone who may remember me or my husband simon please contact ue.we lived in thames street. and thornham street and also in south street. hope this year is a great one for you all
taylor family <tsbs1@hotmail.com>
brisbane, australia. - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 07:37:48 (GMT)
May you all find the new millenium a happy and prosperous one. The site is great. I heard on the news that your calendar stated 19100 as opposed to 2000 and you were able to correct it overnight. Well you might want to check it again. It seems that the hackers have done it again %~(
Ali Parviz <aparvo@yahoo.com>
Escondido, California, US. - Sunday, January 02, 2000 at 02:23:34 (GMT)
Just visiting to learn more about Greenwhich. I will see the dome in April 2000. Happy New Year!
Helen Graf <grafhelen@hotmail.com>
Auburn, Washington State, USA. - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 03:31:42 (GMT)
Happy New Millinium. I hope the Y2K bug did not do any damage in the UK.
Troy G. Broussard <troy@fastband.com>
Covington, Louisiana, USA. - Saturday, January 01, 2000 at 03:04:07 (GMT)

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