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Old 15-05-11, 10:54
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Default 15th May 1924

If you live in a pretty seaside village your friends will all want to stay...



Postmark Goring by Sea 15 May 1924 To: Mr L Crisp, Builder, West Wittering, Nr Chichester.

"Goring by Sea, Worthing, Dear Laurie I shall be down on Saturday the 17th if fine and I will not be putting you out. I hope it will be fine, hoping you are both quite well, kind regards Arthur"
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Old 22-05-11, 21:20
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Mrs Bennett was visiting Horsham, Sussex though she actually lived in Edenbridge, Kent. She is writing to her grandson Norman Straughan who lived with her daughter aunt Annie in West Wittering after his mother died.

Postmark Horsham 22 May 1926 Master N Straughan, Rose Cottage, West Wittering, nr Chichester, Sussex.

"Dear Grand Son Just to let you and Auntie now we arivd safe and seen quite well after the journey with love from Grand mum"
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Old 29-05-11, 11:09
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From Norman Straughan aged 15 to his aunt Annie. His mother had died when he was 5 and he lived at his aunt's house in West Wittering but frequently stayed with another aunt in Eastbourne or his grandparents in Edenbridge.

Postmark Eastbourne 26 May 1929 to Mrs L Crisp, Rose Cottage, West Wittering, Chichester, Sussex

"Dear Aunty, having a nice time with lovely weather here. Coming home on Monday love from xxxx Me xxx"
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Old 05-06-11, 11:17
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Default 4th June 1922

a day late...



Annie Crisp let her husband know that she'd arrived safely to visit her family.

Postmark Edenbridge 4 Jun 1922 to Mr L Crisp, Rose Cottage, West Wittering, nr Chichester
"Dear Laurie just a line to say I have arrived here safe I will write to you soon all are well at home I am just going home now how do you like this place love Annie"

(the front of the postcard has a picture of a religious procession in India)
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Old 08-06-11, 21:21
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This is my Aunt Violet Lilian Poyner, known as Lily taken about 1927, with family cat in her lap. She later worked in a pet shop, so got her love for animals very early on.
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Old 04-07-11, 09:56
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Default 4th July 1925

My grandparents wedding day.

Sydney Leonard Yates and Mary Ellen Barks were married at The United Methodist Church, Victoria Street, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire


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Default 4th July 1926

My late mother in law's birthday.

Kathleen Annie Harrison nee Brewer


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Old 03-09-11, 10:10
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Vincent George Stanbridge and Emily Strickland were married on 3 September 1924 at Carlton Street Methodist Chapel, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire. (This building is now a doctors surgery.)

Vincent was my husbands great uncle.


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Old 20-03-12, 11:53
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Default Family History Photos - Schooldays

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Old 01-09-12, 08:56
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I don't know much about this photo, but it seems to be a school group ( or maybe a Sunday School ) and I think it was taken in Cheshire in about 1928

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