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We are sourcing what we can from the Library’s holdings and have added 1940-1941, 1943-1950 in the last 24 hours.
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An error occurred while saving the commentJoanne commented
My husband and I lived in one of the tiny cottages in Mow Hollow
between 1952 and 1956. Our neighbours were Frank and Lucy Triner. I
worked in Burslem as a teacher at the College of Art and we had bought
the cottage from Mr and Mrs Hancock of Chapel Close. Rosemary was their
daughter and one of my students and still lives at Chapel Close.
We were in England during 1995 and went to visit Rosemary. We also
had tea with Dorothy and Tom Siddall. We had known Dorothy as a young
school girl when she would come down to play with our baby daughter.
Doris worked in the office of Mr and Mrs Moores, Scholar Green.
Bill's building company renovated (perhaps rebuilt is a better word)
We went to look at the place in 1995 to see that the two cottages
were being converted to one house.
Best wishes. This is a fine web site
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