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I and my mother (nee Marjorie White)looked at the website yesterday and it brought back alot of memories for her. Both her Father and Uncle (Sidney and Bill White) were in the Fire Bridage in Sawbridgeworth and she new a lot of other faces as well.

Added: June 1, 2010
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What a wonderful web sight, full of information that would otherwise be lost. Thank you.

Added: April 14, 2010
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hey, you have a very nice page with a lot of information for a fireman. it would be very nice if you follow our homepage in bavaria.

Added: April 4, 2010
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So pleased to be told of this website and to discover part of my family history - my great grandfather, Walter Stacey was Second Officer with the Bridgade. It was astonishing to view a photograph of his funeral procession along the old A11 in Sawbridgewoth, passing close to White's Garage.

Added: March 21, 2010
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I now live in Spain but grew up in Sawbo in the late 50's and 60's. I had a Jewellers Shop in London Road in the late 80's for some years. Sawbo holds many memories for me. Keep up the good work. I have many pictures.

Added: May 3, 2009
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Thank you for a wonderful web site. It really took me down memory lane. The Dyer family lived at 36 Knight Street for many years, my grandfather owned the butchers shop there up to the war years. We had a relative in the Fire Brigade, Mr. Archer. Thanks again.

Added: May 3, 2009
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Hi John

Fantastic site. I have put a link into my article so you will get some visitors from the Fire Brigade Society. Thanks for all your help. Best Wishes

Clive


Added: December 18, 2008
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Re W Cooke & son
The green grocers I believe started in 31 Bell st ..29 Bell St was called the library .The Cooke
family owned 29,31& 33 Bell St the greengrocers moved into 29 & was taken over by myself & a partner in 1972 it traded as a greengrocer for apx 30 yrs


Added: November 21, 2008
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thanks to all who contibute towards this site and a big thank you to all fire figters worldwide in a job that must be the hardest.THANK YOU god bless you all

Added: January 31, 2008
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Very interesting, it appears that my family originated in Sawbridgeworth in the 1700& 1800,s and I believe a name sake was a member of the brigade in modern times

Added: December 16, 2007
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