Hyde Name Origins.

The name "HYDE" is derived from the hide, a measure of land for taxation purposes, taken to be that area of land necessary to support a peasant family. In later times it was taken to be equivalent to 120 acres .
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Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Merry Christmas 2012

WE WOULD LIKE TO WISH OUR READERS A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY CHRISTMAS AND A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.

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~xx Thank you for your continued support  xx~

10 comments:

JohnT said...
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Anonymous said...

eileen from bolton here.
you've missed the christmas post! it's a lovely picture of an iconic british scene at this time of year - it must bring a lump to the throat for those people who now live abroad. all the best to everyone for chrstmas and new year and keep up the good work to the hyde, cheshire blog team.

JohnT said...

I've just heard some sleigh bells in GX. Merry Christmas everyone

kath Goodridge said...

thank you for a wonderful year of news of Hyde as well as all the good memories. I am an Hydonian, now an aussie after 40 odd years.
so keep it put I love it. Kath xx

John Taylor said...

Happy Xmas and a healthy & prosperous New Year to all members of the Hyde Blog & the people of Hyde. From a sweltering & sunny South Africa!!!!

Anonymous said...

Barry in Oz. Merry Christmas to all in my old home town. Hopefully a better new year for all as well.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

If you haven't already done so please visit Best of Hyde 2012 and vote for your favourite photos. Merry Christmas.

the tufty club said...

Merry Christmas to all the team, looking forward to more of the same next year.

Dave B said...

All the best to the Hyde Cheshire Blog Team....
Thanks for providing a great service,putting something new on everyday and bringing togeather some great information about Hyde

Anonymous said...

hello eileen from bolton here! it's a nice iconic picture for a very special day, particularly for those who no longer live in britain.
thanks to all the blog team and those sending in information and articles who've done a brilliant job again over the last year. keep up the good work!