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Pix: Ghost Village brought to life

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Edmund Holden
My grandfather is buried at St. Giles, Imber. W.White shown on the board at the entrance to the church is my uncle, and the Carter family also mentioned on the same board had the Post Office and were relatives of my grandmaother on my mother's side. Imber is very close to my heart.

Christopher Wallis
My grandfathers family came from Chitterne nearby, and my father took me to Imber once in the 1970's to see the graves of relatives who had lived in the village there. The 'Deans' were some , can't remember if there were any Wallis' there,but there were certainly many family members. At that time there were just big numberspainted on the houses- which were all wrecked. Thanks for this.

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