Memories of Arreton


My ex husband lives in Fort Mews, Sandown, Thomas Aexander Burgoyne. I have 2 children with him and went to visit 4 times, it is a lovely place, does anyone know him?

An Arreton Childhood

I lived in Arreton from birth until my marriage.  My family consisted of Dad and Mum, my sister Gill, my paternal grandparents and a retired infant teacher Miss Muskett. She taught me at home before I began school at the village CE school where I remained from 1936-1942.  Headmaster was Mr White known to us all ...Read full memory

A memory of Arreton by Pat Phillips

Sandown Isle Of Wight

Not Arreton, Sandown, my ex husband who lives there I visited 4 times, lovely place. Does anyone know of him - Tommy Burgoyne?

Grandads War Days And Our Family Hols

My grandfather was stationed on the island "During the War"and was very friendly with a family from Arreton called Hendy. The mother's name was Lil and the father was affectionally called"Tit" (because he was quite small). After the war, my gramps and all the family visited Aunt Lil and Uncle Tit quite ...Read full memory

A memory of Arreton by Joanne Fisk

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