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“WELL – AND ‘OW ARRE YOU THIS MORRNIN? – AS IF I CARED!”

Here’s another Tuck’s post card from my Grandfather Fred to my aunt Hilda (Tom’s wife), from 1947. The postmark is for Lewes, Sussex and from February 1947  I’m not sure what was wrong with Hilda, but it wasn’t life threatening … Continue reading

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Memory of Choir Master Enshrined in Music – Obituary 1969

(This is the obituary for my grandfather he died relatively young at the age of 57, when  I was 4, so I have very vague recollections of him. He died just over two years after my Aunt (his daughter), Uncle and … Continue reading

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Moving house

(Here’s  a passage from Frederick Jones’s memoirs, about his father becoming estate builder and moving house. Not having enough furniture they borrowed from the countess and it seems they furnished their house with classic furniture and had well known artists … Continue reading

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