Location: Hampton Park, Victoria, Australia Web Site: URL Note: Contact: [email protected] Date: 4th August 2009 GMT Comment: Pretty cool, found a few things out I didn't know.
Com Date: 11th June 2009 GMT Comment: Nice site was just surfing and for the heck of it typed my name. I like what is happening here on your site, I am a resident and a hopeful one at that.
Always wondered where my family came from Grandfather was fron RI Grandmother was from Brooklyn NY I think. I would like to work with you in providing more recent pictures of Bicknell.
I am on a neighbourhood committee that just received a grant for 1.3 million dollars to revitalize our neighborhood, 4 block area.
Our new mayor Jon Flickenger is really working with the town to try and revitalize.
My grandmother was a Bicknell, and is named in the book published by Vera Reeve of the Bicknell Family Association in the US Location: Peregian Springs, Queensland, Australia Web Site: URL Note: Contact: [email protected] Date: 9th March 2009 GMT Comment: Hi Derek So pleased to see your website is still in good shape - hope that you are too ! Still looking around as there is so much information, but quite impressed so far.
Jimmie R Tennessee, USA Web Site: URL Note: Contact: [email protected]: 1st December 2008 GMT Comment: Very cool. I welcome any family members to contact me.....would love to hear from all! Catharines, Ontario, Canada Web Site: Note: Fine Canadian books for good reading Be Free-Think Free Contact: [email protected]: 21st November 2008 GMT Comment: I think the Bicknell Cyber center is a grand way of bringing people from around the world together.
Location: Sedro Woolley, WA, USA Web Site: URL Note: Contact: [email protected]: 17th October 2008 GMT Comment: It's nice. Father's name: June Edward Bicknell, pob San Angelo, TX, Grandfather June Edward Bicknell, born eastern US Any help out there?
Location: Wichita, Kansas, USA Web Site: URL Note: Contact: Date: 11th September 2008 GMT Comment: It's nice.
He has a Million grant coming for downtown to tear down junk buildings and try and bring some new business to downtown.