On Tue Dec 28 23:37:10 GMT 1999, T Galvin (England firstname.lastname@example.org) from 220.127.116.11 said:
This is a fantastic website, easy to follow and full of information. I have really enjoyed the journey through time.
Great web-site BUT: there is a howling error on the Anne Bronte Grave at Scarborough page. She died in 1849 NOT 1848. Don't be misled by the erroneous date on the headstone. It was Branwell and Emily who died in 1848. I hope you see fit to correct this error. Apart from that, keep up the good work.
Eddy: thanks for your message. I had always hoped people would inform me if they discovered any errors on the site, as I would particularly like to keep it as error-free as possible. However, I have meticulously searched my site for the error you indicate, and can find no trace of it. Presuming you can re-locate the mistake, would you please be more specific as to where it is?
Thanks in advance, Mick.
This is the perfect place to learn about Anne Bronte, her life, and her achievements.
I love her stories. She is one of the best writers of all time.
This is an excellent website. I never really knew much about Anne. This site has helped me so much. I have really enjoyed this experience, and I'm sure I'll come back many times. I'm going to send information about this site along to my friends.
I read somewhere that Branwell, Emily, and Anne were all murdered by way of poison. The curate, Arthur Nicholls was the murderer of Branwell, Emily, and with the help of Charlotte, Anne. Has anyone else heard this before? I have found a lot of things to support this considering that Branwell, Emily, and Anne were all said to have died of Consumption, and yet on the report, this was never agreed to by any of the doctors. Please write if you have any more comments. Anna.
Thank you for letting me read what is a truly brilliant piece of work. I was first introduced to Scarborough in the late 60s and immediately fell in love with the place but unfortunately, through one reason or another, have not been back there since 1980.
When I was introduced to the Brontes in depth in the early 70s, I stumbled across a library book entitled 'The Brontes came here'. By that time it was already out of print, but it gave you details of everywhere that was referred to in the novels under an assumed name eg. Wycoller Hall was Ferndean Manor in Jane Eyre etc. etc. I managed to photocopy it and have it professionally bound and it has had pride of place on my bookshelf ever since.
Again, well done and good luck in your future quests.
Phil Lovgreen e-mail: email@example.com
what a charming page.. i am reading the tenant right now.. i am so glad someone out the is literary minded. thanks! its a real treat... isn't Anne GREAT! so romantic.. so strong
I have spent a wonderful couple of evenings viewing this web site. It was a fascinating experience.
Wow!! Boy is this sight a site for sore eyes! :-) It's about time people realized what a great and innovative talent Ms. Anne Bronte was. Thank you so much for your obvious hard work and dedication that made this fantastic website a reality. I have to think that if Ms. Bronte were to see this site she would be a little embarrassed by all the attention (being the modest soul that she was) but extremely flattered by your spectacular efforts. Thanks again!
She was a very special woman. Your site is a wonderful new way of looking at her. Well done!
Absolutely brilliant, loved the pictures, loved the lot. Well done and thanx!!!!
i'm so impressed by the content and presentation of this site. the visual and written content are astounding :) thank you for providing such useful information!
she knew a bit about writing
Thank you for a wonderful escape to the world of the Bronte that few can remember. Anne with the violet-blue eyes.
this is a great place. i knew a bunch about charlotte and a little about emily (read their works) but nothing about anne. i have now read agnes grey. i love all their writtings. thanks for the information. now you have me hooked on anne.
I AM FROM SCARBOROUGH AND LIVE A 2 MINUTE WALK FROM ANNE'S GRAVE AND I FOUND YOUR SITE VERY INTERESTING!
I found your site by accident and what a joy it is. I teach at Queen Ethelburga's College on the old Thorp Green site and I have thoroughly enjoyed your history of Anne, particularly the Thorp Green Lane Tour.
Very informative piece of work, congradulations and keep up the good work
damn! anne you had a tough life. i would never wish to be you and in those days especially. you stuck in and still came out on top and best of all remembered, famous.
I really like your site and I come here a lot. I find all of your material really cool. Thank you so much for writng it!
Excellent site, Mick. I didn't know it was yours, I actually found out this one before discovering the list (JaneEyre). While you're 'searching and witless' (but kitful), go on creating sites like this. Baci, Dany
Magnificent account of Anne's life. Very thorough in all aspects and wonderfully illustrated. I particularly enjoyed the Scarborough 3D pictures being a keen fan of the sands myself.
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