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Do you live in East Grinstead ?
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|Maurice||Report||30 May 2005 19:40|
This is rather an odd request. In the 1960s I visited an address in East Grinstead. All I can remember is that it was a narrow road with a very old brick bridge over it, the bridge was not a railway, or road bridge. Adjoining the bridge was a small old cottage, this is the address I would like to find again. Where one of my grand aunts used to live. It could have been a lodge /cottage leading to an estate like a gatehouse. Any clues as to where it is would be greatly appreciated. Maurice Nunn