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Author Topic: The Hatch History of Cookham re-started.  (Read 1269 times)
James Hatch
Golden Hatch
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« on: April 10, 2019, 09:12:21 PM »

I will try and recoup past work for the file. It will be a copy and past job and will take time. Here is a copy that I have already posted:

Well I am very disappointed that nearly eleven years of my village history has been erased! As for my health Birdman I am in fine fetal for an 89 year old. So far I have had a remarkable life in my travels around the world. A one on one meeting with Pierre Trudeau one day in the East Block in Ottawa. Another with his royal highness the Prince Charles in Dorchester. First notable meeting at the age of six with Lady Nancy Astor at White Place Farm, after that we had several memorable meetings, the last being at Cliveden in 1954 when Lord Bill Astor married Philippa Hunloke.

My interest in computer technology and video is still very strong, and I was hoping that the Cookham Society of which I am a member would look after my writings. To keep local interest alive here is the story of my Great Grandmother Merina Hatch. Which I have had to smile over the name Merina that use appear in the Last of the Summer Wine.
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« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2019, 07:05:01 AM »

Very interesting - I watched the you tube video. I wished we could capture all history of cookham in the same way.
Cookham Webmaster
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« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2019, 02:19:46 PM »

James has the following on that may be of interest. There are probably at least a couple of hundred posts.
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