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Literary Links In 1869 Hambleden Lock featured in Charles Dickens' short ghost story "The Phantom of Regatta Island".
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I was interested to read the name Noud in the Missing Friends column of August 1858 where Michael and Andrew Noud of Athy were mentioned as having landed in New York on 3rd June 1848 from where they subsequently went to St. For some unexplained reason Crookstown always figured prominently in queries printed in “The Pilot”.
Persistent enquirers were Mary Walsh and her brother Edward who after a lengthy period sought information on their brother Denis Walsh of Crookstown who emigrated to America in 1846.
234 I gave an account of advertisements seeking to trace missing family members which were inserted by Athy folk in the American Newspaper “The Pilot” between 18.
As Boston city’s most important Irish-American Newspaper “The Pilot” published the first such advertisements under the heading “Missing Friends” in 1831 and continued with similar advertisements over the following 85 years.
A pound lock, with heavy wooden manual beams, was built in 1773.
Caleb Gould, the lock keeper from 1777, lies buried in nearby Remenham churchyard.
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Hambleden was the site of a mill in 1086 when the Domesday Book was being written.
It is possible that a flash lock existed on the river here at the time.
Proof that the emigrants from Ireland did not confine themselves to the Eastern seaboard of America was borne out by an advertisement of 25th October 1857 with reference to Thomas Mc Avoy [sic], a native of Athy who was last heard of in Aurora, Illinois.