Monthly Archives: April 2016

H F G Seargeant: 12 Churchill Street Leicester – Xmas 1909

On my way back from the Who Do You Think You Are? Exhibition in Birmingham this weekend I took a more leisurely journey home enjoying the sunshine and stopping at a few antiques fairs and centres en route, to see … Continue reading

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Eggs’ Unexpected Fall – Framlingham May 1916

Following my blog post in February this year about eggs being collected for the WW1 wounded https://charnwoodgenealogy.wordpress.com/2016/02/05/eggs-for-our-wounded several people commented to me about  the logistics that must have been involved to make the sure the eggs arrived in France still … Continue reading

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