Have you been wondering who's behind all this?
Well, this is me...
My name is - as you might have guessed - Phil(ip) Moston, depending on how formal you want to get :)
So what is it to you? Well, not much really but hey - it's my site, so I'm going to tell you anyway...
I live in Dortmund, Germany (and if you don't know where that is click here
and I have done so for the last 1 1/2 years. At some point you might want to check
out the rest of the Moston-crew
At this point you're probably wondering why these pages are in English (for the most part at any rate) -
well for one, I am (part) English and also I'd like to give more than just 'zee Germans'
a chance to read what I'm spreading :)
Btw: Don't mind the picture, I'm still looking for a good one ;^)
So - have fun check out the pages and stop by again if you like...
And be a good guest and sign my guestbook
A Welshman who appeared before an English judge in the early 16th century during
the reign of Henry VIII, was asked his name. He replied, in the Welsh fashion, "Thomas Ap [son
of] William, Ap Thomas, Ap Richard. Ap Hoel, Ap Evan Vaughan." He was reprimanded by the
judge to "leave the old manner...whereupon he after called himself Moston, according to the name
of his principal house, and left that name to his posteritie."
William Camden, Remains Concerning Britain, Ed. R.D. Dunn, Originally published, 1605.
(Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1984), p.122.