Memories of Bozeat

Evacuee

My Mum, Sybil Anne Clark née Cornwell, was evacuated from London to Bozeat during World War Two. Sadly, my Mum now resides in a nursing home and is suffering from the advanced stages of dementia. As you may be aware, one of the symptoms of this pernicious disease is that it robs people of their past by destroying the path ways in ...Read full memory

A memory of Bozeat by clsunit

The Old Mill

Can anyone remember the old windmill in a field just off Olney Road? It was blown down in a very strong gale in, I think, March 1948. I seem to remeber that 2 sisters by the name of Little, used to live in a house very close by. It was in the area where the original houses in Mill Road were built

A memory of Bozeat by Albertw Welch

My Memory's Of Bozeat Windmill

MY farther was the headmaster at the school from 1949 till 1962 He made a scrap book with history of the village and as far as I can remember it was given to a small museum in Northampton. The book had some information on the mill and village history. Hope this helps ,if you want any more info please contact me on this Email address. Nigel Terry

A memory of Bozeat by nickterry6586

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