Memories of Bungay
That's more like the mid to late 1960's. But not our cars, we had an old black car then, a Minx.
I have written on this page before, about my grandmother. This is news I did not know - I found it on the ancestry - if any one can help further fab I wrote my grandmother was Emily Woolonough nee George married to Allen Woolonough But she married an Ernest G Woolonough first who died in the war and they lived in Gas House Lane ...Read full memory
Re: the Horse & Groom Public House now the Green Dragon Public House (rebuilt in 1920) in Broad Street Bungay. My wife's great grandfather, Thomas Gris (1855-1910), was the licensee of the Horse & Groom PH in Broad Streetg Bungay and is listed there in the Post Office Directory of 1900 and the ...Read full memory
I was born in 1960 in Cross Street, Bungay above my grandmother's shop, a ladies dress shop called Dorothy Laws. We used to visit regularly through the 1960s.My mother, Una Jane, married Gerald Read who I believe worked for a grocers shop that was alongside the Buttercross. I remember the Mynah bird in Warnes shop ...Read full memory