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ST PAUL'S CHURCH

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Photograph number St Paul's Church 13

Circa 1952/53  

Sunday School outing to Burntwood

The vicar is Mr Terence Boyard Webster. 2nd row from the back, lad with the striped cardigan is Raymond Steele. The little lad two to his right  popping his head through with the big smile is Raymondís brother Gordon Steele, and to his right is David Nicoll.

 

Information provided by Gordon Steele.

 

Photograph reproduced from an old newspaper cutting.

 

Thanks to David Nicoll for the following: The boy to the left of  Raymond Steele's  is John Grimes who lived in Elms cottages and to his left is Peter Kaye who lived in a bungalow on Common road towards the old isolation hospital and now lives in Cornwall. Peter's mum Grace Mills is the lady on the extreme right of the photo wearing a light coloured jacket and dark skirt. The two young ladies  to the right of Reverend Webster are Jilliar (not misspelt) Dixon and Sheila Dixon (dark hair). They are not related

 

 

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