Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

25/10/2012

The toffs who tried to create a corner of England in the Wild West and went bankrupt in the process

To the casual Victorian visitor, Runnymede could have been any English country town. Locals would gather at the Runnymede Arms to discuss the cricket or the failings of Runnymede Wanderers Football Club.

There was a tennis club, polo ground and a thriving amateur dramatics society full of people speaking in the assured tones of the British upper class. for more click here

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