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Part Four/2 What Happened Next

Part Four  Chapter Two What Happened Next.   The original batch of letters, photos and memorabilia bought on ebay in 2007 ended with the letter from Ena to Mum written on 19 June, 1950, listing the injuries, and diseases that killed … Continue reading

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Part Four/1: Wynyard Hall

Part Four Chapter One    Wynyard Hall “I shall hate to leave college.”         Wynyard Hall and the 7th Lord Londonderry  Wynyard Hall near Stockton in Co. Durham in the north east of England was one of three … Continue reading

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Len: Our Ownest Darling Girl – The Background and Acknowledgments

To read the Chapters in chronological order: go to CHAPTERS (above) and click on the Chapter you wish to read, or to access a chapter you can also go to Recent Posts on the right. This online publication is free, … Continue reading

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