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Another postcard mystery solved - Miss M SHACKLETON of Parham

My latest Parham postcard addition was sent to Miss M (Marg) SHACKLETON, North Green, Parham from George in America in January 1914.

I have now researched Miss Marg SHACKLETON a bit further and found a marriage report for her in the Framlingham Weekly News from Saturday 22nd April 1922. 207 more words

Suffolk

Hacheston Parents' Letter from The King

Following on from my blog post last week about the HATCHER brothers from Hacheston whose father Edgar received a letter from the King, the other family mentioned in that letter was the CARTER family, who also had six sons serving in World War 1 by 1915. 175 more words

World War 1

Private Henry James TODD 202862 died 12th December 1917 aged 34

Following on from my blog post last week about George Robert TODD my 3rd cousin 3 times removed, I have been since been contacted by Jenny TODD about another 3rd cousin 3 times removed Henry James TODD, who is remembered on the Hacheston War Memorial in Suffolk. 503 more words

World War 1

Another postcard find - Parham Vicarage 11th July

I found and bought this old postcard over the weekend entitled Parham Vicarage 11th July – it is postmarked 1916, but I have been unable to find a specific reference to a Parham Fete in the old newspapers in this year. 76 more words

Parham

When Frida met Kim ...

Hi all, welcome to my June post for The Monthly Stitch which is also a contest entry for the dress competition. The focus for this month is Indie Patterns but as I have only ever sewn Indie patterns I am on familiar territory! 540 more words

Sewing

January 16, 1945

Tuesday

In England, Verne wrote in his diary . . .

Weather bad today so no practice missions. Played cards all day, and lost a few dollars.

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December 27, 1944

Wednesday

The search for B-25J #43-36013, which took off from Mar Airfield before dawn on Christmas morning continued. Between 0750 and 1730 on December 27, 18 B-25s of the 42nd Bombardment Group (four each from the 69th, 70th, 75th and 100th Bombardment Squadrons and two from the 390th) continued to search for the missing aircraft and crew. 602 more words