- Dear Janet you must try to get a copy of the Silk Industry in Evercrech and Milton Clevedon, fascinating! You have done so much research on Evercreech. My brother, who lives in Bruton, a few miles from Evercreech managed to get me a copy, produced by the Evercreech & District Local History Society It only costs about £7. he also sent me copies of old post cards. I can probably scan the postcards of Evercreech if you are interested, but I'm not sure if I can copy the book.
I still owe you 'Memories of growing up in Evercreech'. Although I have been ill recently it is not that far away and can replace the personal letter I sent you which is on your web page.
Keep well, best regards
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From: "TERRANCE PARFITT" <terry.parfitt@...>
Sent: Friday, September 28, 2001 10:46 AM
Subject: Re: [englishresearch] WEAKEST LINK -non Genealogy
> Can you get me a copy or say which edition it was?
> Regards Terry
> Its a special games pack. I will try and photocopy it. Its white writing on red paper thats the problem. But dont worry about it, its no big deal - :-) Bye
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> Dear Janetindustry in Everceech and Milton Clevedon,fascinating, plus copies of
> Yesterday I received a booklet from my brother about the silk
old post cards.
> The booklet was produced by the Evercreech Local History Society.this is fascinating
> I'm not sure if you get information about such publications but
> RegardsLOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY!!! PLEASE EMAIL ME DIRECTLY ON jreakes@f.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> I'D LOVE YOU TO GIVE ME THEIR CONTACT ADDRESS DIDNT KNOW THEY HAD A
Somewhere in my pile of useful information I have a cutting about
this from The Central Somerset Gazette. Would you be interested in a
scan of it? I contacted the Society about a family history matter and
they told me they didn't really have any documents which would be of
use to genealogists which was a bit disappointing.
thanks edwina, i would love a scan to my private email: