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February 15, 2009


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Douglas manson

hi im not sure who im replying to but i have been trying to find out about the great man himself nial dingwall hodge as i new him personally my name is douglas manson and was living at the big house as we all new it for a few months and we had a little fallout over my pocket money and i moved out to the caravan next to woodlands cottage a few weeks later he died it was the saddest day ov my life i was only 16 at the time and it is true what say u dont no what you have lost till it has gone i still mis him so much to this day i now live in Ulverston cumbria england i was up at turnberry just a few months ago and went to the big house with my girlfriend to show her were i lived and was very sad to see the condition it was in infact i had a bit of a cry it was so sad to see witch was once that great house were i spent many a night talking to the man and great friend i called sir please could you let me no any more about his life im sure of what he told me i all ready no a bit about him please get back to me .

Guy Zitter

Gentlemen, The Blackwood Hodge link came to via James Sunley yesterday. Thank you for the profile of my father under personalities. He actually died in 1970 aged 46. He was a Blackwood Hodge man who worked hard, played hard ,and loved what he did.

George Bowstead


I am trying to get in touch with the administrator of this site. I would like to discuss a feature about the company for Classic Plant & Machinery magazine.


George Bowstead
0781 202 5890

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