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The Firs Inn, Bitterne
I believe a relation of mine, Henry Frank Rowe ran the Firs Inn at Bitterne. He was born in Wilton, Wilts around 1877. He was no longer at home in 1891 but I don't know when he took the pub. Does it still exist, if so would love a photo. Does anyone know anything aboout him?
red mail LOST PEN-PAL
Marcia ellis, we were pen-pals in the 60s both members of BILLY FURY fan club anyone know her?
red mail Moon ( Mary Jane)
Born 1833 Commercial Street Bitterne married to Joseph Moon born 1825 would like any useful imformation please
red mail bucks,andrews,short,
looking for family of amos buck,also andrews family who lived in derby road s/hampton,and anyone who remembers the short family,clifford and barbara who lived in yeovil chase,,,,,,,
red mail harrison
looking for any harrison of bitterne name john stella,56 pound st john died in first world war stella was thought to have married someone by the name cooper i am trying to find out stellaname maiden name
red mail batt family
i am looking for any one knowing any thing about the batt family of bitterne my motherinlaw was a batt and married a haynes also from bitterne
red mail grandparents
i looking for imformation about all of these names but mainly STANDEN who lived in a street at the top of pound st and they wre killed when a bomb hit the house during the second world war hope some one can help
red mail Hague Family
My great grandfather was Lemuel Hague, born in Westbury, Wilts, l827. He moved to Bitterne and was a well known businessman. He and several of his sons and grandsons were Cabinet Makers. There is a lot of information and some photos of the Hagues and other Bitterne families in 'Memories of Bitterne' and 'More Memories of Bitterne' both written by Irene Pilson.
red mail Workmens Hall & Reading Room
From Cassells Gazetteer c1896 Bitterne Hants : 1891 Population : 2,253 - Has a Workmens Hall and also a reading room.
red mail Bitterne Local History Society, Southampton
We are a Society dedicated to the study and research of the history of Southampton in general, but with particular reference to the City areas east of the River Itchen, namely Bitterne, Bitterne Park, Harefield, Itchen, Merry Oak, Midanbury, Peartree, Sholing, Thornhill, Townhill Park, Weston and Woolston.

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