Category Archives: Parham

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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