We are always happy to give any help we can, although our particular expertise is the town of Thornbury itself. Please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you as quickly as we can.
However if you do have an interest in Thornbury, you may find these other sites useful. We did. They are all free to use.
www.thornburymuseum.org.uk The Thornbury and District Heritage Trust has been operating as a museum since 1986 and gained Accredited status in 2009, and again in 2013.
Thornbury and District Museum now has a Face Book page
www.scribes-alcove.co.uk This site has been designed to allow visitors to search baptism, marriage and burial indexes extracted from Gloucestershire parishes around Berkeley and Thornbury.
www.genuki.org.uk This site is a reference library of all the genealogical sources available for UK & Ireland. Click here if you have a specific interest in Gloucestershire.
http://maps.bristol.gov.uk/kyp/?edition=southglos Know Your Place – a useful tool for comparing maps of the local area at differnt times fro 1840 to the present day.
www.images-of-thornbury.co.uk Eric Dodd has a fascinating collection of photographs of Thornbury past and present. This site was established in 1998 and has been steadily growing.
www.thornburygrammar.org.uk This site contains photographs and information about the history of the school, its staff and pupils. A really nostalgic experience for Old Thornburians.
http://www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/local_history – a wonderful site covering all aspects of life in Thornbury, both past and present. This link takes you directly to the local history page and related events.
And finally, www.tytheringtonroots.co.uk – a wealth of information about Tytherington, its buildings and the families who lived there.