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Where I Grew Up: Emma Ingham, Warwick Parish

Emma Ingham’s first home was in Southampton, but the first house she remembers was Breezy Hollow on Cobb’s Hill Road. “The novelty of that,” she explains, “was if I stood in the middle of the road, on one side I’d be in Paget and on the other in Warwick.” The house was appropriately named because it was in a hollow off the Railway Trail. Her father, Ernest Field Ingham, owned three and a half acres of land, but he also rented arable land opposite Cobb’s Hill. “Like most Bermudian men of that era,” she explains, “he...

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Georgiana’s Journal

A peek under the petticoat of a confederate southern belles life in bermuda (more…)

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Building Memories

Rick Spurling spearheads a project to build an authentic settler’s dwelling, circa 1612, to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the first settlers in Bermuda. (more…)

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Where I Grew Up: Stuart Hayward, Pembroke Parish

Born May 19, 1942, in the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital, and the son of Lance Hayward and Mary Jackson, Stuart Hayward did not grow up in a rural parish as his passion for environmental conservation might lead one to assume. Apart from a ...

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Cup Match: First Innings

Published in The Bermudian May 1991. There is nothing like Cup Match in Bermuda. Nothing like it in the world. Nowhere else in the cricketing world, not England where the great game was invented nor in the cricket-crazy Caribbean does a wh...

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Sunken Treasure

SUNKEN TREASURE (ran July 1969) The potent lure of sunken or buried treasure can infect man during his childhood when he reads such heady yarns as “Treasure Island”, and it can stay with him long after he has reached staid maturity. (more&...