Deciphering mixed dating signals yahoo
She moved to a warden controlled home in Sheringham in the late 70's, but I don't think she liked it too much. She was a tiny little lady, under 5ft, and it breaks my heart now to think of her, and her pain of losing both her husband and son.
Anyway, I don't know if this is of any help to you, or me just sounding off. A few years ago I was embarking on my family tree research and contacted your excellent website regarding three teacher sisters called Harrison who retired to Salthouse in the 1940s.
HESE MESSAGES are ones I have gratefully received and put up here for people who are interested to read and may be encouraged to send a message.
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I'm wondering if the box would be of interest to Mr Girdlestone and would be very grateful if you could either pass on my details or if you could put me in touch with Mr Gathorne himself.
Hi I have been collecting info over the years on one side of my family that came from north Norfolk, and came across your Salthouse site, and more importantly for me, the link to the Kelling School.
My great, great grandfather, Samuel Wright, ran what was called the Kelling Arms public house in The Street, Kelling. He took over as the Innkeeper in 1897, and my family ran it until 1957.
If you look at the photo from Jim Radley, which you say is almost certainly Kelling School, I see my great grandmother, Dorothy Wright sat front row, second from the left.
We have identified our family history back through the Perfrements to the Hugenots and the Chamberlains who married Mary E Perfrement 1849-1903, back to the late 1700's. I will try to find Alison's email address, but in the hope she may see your message online, I'm putting it up here - though as you can see my messages page is a bit out of date! Val I look at the site fairly often and I am delighted to see the message from Eddie Jarvis posted this week.They were three of nine children, seven girls and two boys, whose parents, John and Mary Harrison, were teachers in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.I don’t know whether teaching was in the blood but seven of the children followed their parents into the profession. She married a school master, became head of a school in Derbyshire and managed to have eight children, all of whom became teachers!He and Rose moved to Sheffield to become a school attendance officer and the other sisters followed.Four of the sisters were unmarried and shared a house together.
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Margaret Harrison was one of the sisters because her probate also gives her living at Windy Ridge, the original name for the bungalow, when she died in 1963.