Memories of Brundall

Brundall

Peggy from the USA, who sent a memory of Brundall, is my cousin. Arthur Henry Brigham was my grandfather, and he was the Signalman at Brundall railway station. I knew Sydney (her father) very well, and also spent many happy days at Brooms boatyard. Get in touch Peggy - it's your long lost cousin calling!!!

Happy Days

It must have been in the early 50s that I would go to Brundall with peter tooke and his parents to prune roses I doubt it I was any help as I was about 8yrs old. The tookes lived on Plumstead Rd Norwich.Is peter still around and where. Gerald Wase Hunstanton

A memory of Brundall by Gerald Wase

Happy Memories In Brundall

Imagine my surprise while sitting here in U.S.A. looking at pictures of the village Brundall, the village that I was born in. I saw a picture of my dad, Sidney A. Brigham, launching a sail boat at Brooms Boat Yard.  The year of the picture, number 11, is 1955.  He had worked at Brooms since he was about ...Read full memory

A memory of Brundall by Peggy Miller

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