13 March 2015

Bures St Mary....

This is a fine village, partly in Suffolk and partly in Essex (Bures Hamlet), separated by the River Stour....
Looking towards Bures from the Wormingford Road, but no worms in sight....


Blogger The Quacks of Life said...

this is worth visiting if you are in the area!



15 March 2015 at 20:26:00 GMT

Blogger brotherlyloverphila said...

Cindy, would it be permissible to use one of your photographs of St. Mary's Church in Bures St. Mary in my (non-profit) family-history project? Some of my father's 15th Century ancestors were married, baptized and buried there.


13 March 2021 at 03:58:00 GMT

Blogger Cindy said...

Yes ... that will be fine, thank you for asking. Good luck with your future research Cindy

13 March 2021 at 10:48:00 GMT

Blogger Unknown said...

Hello Cindy,

I love your collection of photos of Bures St Mary and please may I use one or two in my family history which I am writing just for myself and three members of the family. I ask because our ancestor, Samuel Peachey, was baptized in the church on 17 June 1690 by his father's cousin, Bezaliel Peachie who was the vicar at that time. I think Bezaliel's name is recorded in a list of vicars in the porch? Bezaliel and Samuel's grandfather, Richard Peachie was the minister at Denston and vicar at Great Waldingfield from 1601 to 1650.

Thank you so much,
Kind regards,
Pauline Taylor

15 September 2021 at 23:42:00 BST

Blogger Cindy said...

Thank you Pauline for your note, and yes of course you can use any of the photos, it's a pleasure to be able to help you in this way. Many thanks for asking, and good luck with your future research. Cindy

16 September 2021 at 18:52:00 BST

Blogger Unknown said...

Thank you Cindy, that is very kind.


16 September 2021 at 22:58:00 BST


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