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(26) Angela & Martin Cross
Mon, 13 July 2009 22:55:40 +0100

We would like to express our personal thanks to the Community of Hingham for their Hospitality during the Visit of The American Civil War Society on the occasion of the Lincoln Bicentenery Commemoration.
Everybody who spoke with us seemed more than happy with our 'Friendly Invasion', both of the greens for the weekend and St. Andrews Church on Sunday.
(25) cherry jackson
Fri, 10 July 2009 23:40:21 +0100

I used to visit Hingham as a child, we stayed with the Cooper-Grays in a lovely old house with acres of overgrown orchards. My sister and I have fond memories of getting lost in the overgrown jungle.
If any one knows the name of this house and its history I'd love to hear from you.
(24) Mark
Wed, 24 June 2009 23:06:00 +0100

hi, any money made from google ads goes to paying the annual hosting costs. if there is any extra income it will go to local causes, such as the church, playgroups, etc.
(23) Dan Hall
Wed, 24 June 2009 22:38:10 +0100

Hi everybody!

I lived in Hingham for 24 years. I'm a web DESIGNER. If you would like a website that's not dull and with a header at the top actually relevant to Hingham and not just a field and designed from scratch and not using Microsoft Wordpress... I'll do it for free. Sorry for sounding rude but I was going to ask if they wanted a new website and someone's beat me to it! So I'm kicking myself a bit haha. And who's making the money from the google ads?
(22) Lynda
Sat, 20 June 2009 18:38:57 +0100

Hullo, I live in London and Hingham (Norfolk). Hingham is a charming village. This is the first time I have seen the new website. I must say I liked the previous one better, it was prettier. However, this one has a guest book!
It would be a good idea, I think, to have a forum on here where we could converse more easily.
(21) Rex Mathers
Thu, 23 April 2009 04:36:58 +0100

I am a descendant of George Marsh, who left Hingham in 1635 and helped establish Hingham, MA. I recently visited Hingham, UK. It is a wonderful small town. I ate at the White Hart Inn.

I am interested in tracing the Marsh family further back in time in England, so if anyone is able to provide info, I would appreciate it. Also, if there are any painters there in Hingham, I would be interested in buying an oil painting or watercolor that portrays something in Hingham.
(20) John Beale
Sat, 28 February 2009 17:13:21 +0000

My ancestor, John E. Beale, left Hingham in 1637 on the same ship that carried Samuel Lincoln. I understand that we settled in Higham first, then on to Maine and New Jersey. I'd like to be able to trace my family further back in England. If any has any information, I'd be grateful.

Best regards

John E. Beale
(19) Rudlieb Graeter
Mon, 19 January 2009 19:03:02 +0000

Living in Germany I have been amazed finding so many names of my ancestors in Hingham UK and in (New) Hingham MA, among them Gilman, Cushing, Ripley - others as James, Clark etc must be checked in detail.

(18) yvonne
Fri, 16 January 2009 15:26:03 +0000

My ancestors in Hingham UK were Websters Amelia and
Alfred also another relative name of Anna Jermey was bprn there and I am researching them all. Rix is naother name which interests me as Caroline Rix was Aelias mother if my information is correct.
Please email me if you know anything at all about them.
(17) Don Chubbuck
Tue, 13 January 2009 03:45:49 +0000

Greetings, my ancester Thomas Chubbock and his wife Alice Hobart sailed on the Elizabeth Bonaventure arriving in Boston from Hingham on June 15, 1633 and settling in Hingham shortly thereafter. I was born and raised in Weymouth Massachusetts (close to Hingham). I visited your town a number of years ago and hope to return to research my ancesters now that I am retired.

Don Chubbuck
Ontario, Canada

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