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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Sunday, 28 April 2013

Thank You :)

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Yesterday saw the views of the Blog go past the 500,000 Mark !!
Many thanks to our readers for making this possible and here's to the next 500,000!
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17 comments:

John Taylor said...

Well done and congratulations to the team for their dedication and commitment.

Here's to a further 1,000,000 views.

Keep up the good work.
Cheers
John.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations I don't miss a day.

Anonymous said...

Many thanks to you all for producing this entertaining and informative blog.

Alan

ceecee said...

Well done to everyone for making our home town blog so interesting that it is popular all over the world.

Tom said...

Wow... fantastic.

Anonymous said...

Barry in Oz. A big WELL DONE.

Dave B said...

Blog has become an important history book for Hyde with valuable and unique information in it...keep it rolling on whatever you do.

Cheers Dave B

Lauren said...

I think most of those view might be me. :-) I'm always looking to see what new information about my home is being discovered.

Keep up the good work.

B Williams said...

Thank you Nancy for working so hard on the blog. It's the first thing I look at each day. It's wonderful to read all the different stories people have to tell about Hyde.

Hydonian said...

Thanks everyone.
It's nice to have a place where we can keep all things "Hyde" together.
It might not be to everyones liking but they dont have to come back and read it if that's the case.

xx

Susan Jaleel said...

Great big thanks from me, exiled in the cold north east! Like Beryl, it's the first thing I look at each day and I'm transported back to my roots. A wonderful link.

Sean D said...

It's the first website I visit each evening. Absolutely fantastic and much appreciated.

Kevin said...

Like most people, the blog is on my list of favourites, and I always check the latest topic. Learn something new every day!
Thanks for all your hard work in providing this entertaining service.

tigerboy said...

Congratulation's to team Hydonian

Great site always of interest and first thing I alway's look at when on my laptop

Thanks for all your hardwork it really appreciated

Tigga

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