Sat. Mar. 27. 8.15. p.m [1943]
# NEWS OF SOLDIERS – FRANK AND JOCK – AND WIVES
# VISITORS INTERRUPT SPRING CLEANING
# VILLAGE SHOCKED BY FATAL ACCIDENT

The Honourable Artillery Company was the oldest surviving British Army regiment, as May suggested.

Frank and Edna Harness and their son, Michael, were visiting from Nottingham (see 21 Oct. 1941).

Jack Stow, in the Merchant Navy, was Maisie’s husband (see 12 Mar. 1942).

Marshall was one of the Royal Artillery soldiers who had earlier been based at ‘Corbie’, next door (see 6 Dec. 1940).

Mary Churchill, daughter of the Prime Minister, served in the ATS as did the King’s daughter, Princess Elizabeth (see 6 Jul. 1941).

Mrs Faulkner and Ralph were probably visiting Phyllis, who lived in Nottingham at that time (see 15 Oct. 1942).

 

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