Category Archives: BANTHORPE

Who will I be thinking of as I walk the WW1 Frontline 5th to 9th October 2016?

Following my Framlingham War Memorial World War 1 book launch in November 2011, an article appeared in the East Anglian Daily Times about the launch and I was contacted by a lady in Chelmsford, whose 96 year old mother Ruby … Continue reading

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Update: Sister or Sister in Law? – is this a postcard with a family connection!

Further to my blog post last week about a postcard that I had found at an Antiques shop in Suffolk with a family connection, I have been thrilled to make further family connected discoveries over the last few days! Knowing … Continue reading

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Sister or Sister in Law? – is this a postcard with a family connection!

Recently on a visit to Suffolk I was visiting an Antiques shop that had a few boxes of postcards for sale, being unable to resist a rummage I found a postcard of St Mary’s Church in Dennington in Suffolk addressed to … Continue reading

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