Memories of Bungay
My nan was Emily Woolonough and was born somewhere near Bungay, my grandfather was Allen, they had a daughter called Irene Woolonough. Molly Knights and my mum Bernice Elsie Knights Woolonough and I think three other sisters too. Please help, I would love information from anyone who knew my nan, her life, photos, ...Read full memory
This must be a bit earlier than 1960. I moved as a 7 year old to the black and white house in 1962. It is 18 Broad Street and was a wine merchants Hunter and Olivers. My father was the manager for around 25 years. Before him it was Peter Sayers who then opened a clothes shop in Earsham street and is still alive. Earlier it was ...Read full memory
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
That's more like the mid to late 1960's. But not our cars, we had an old black car then, a Minx.