Janice Michaels, St Oswalds School, Hexham - a Memory of Allerwash.

Hi everyone, I am posting on here to see if anyone remembers my Mum, she went to St Oswalds in I expect the mid 1940’s to perhaps start of the 1950’s, before then going to Monkseaton Secondary School in Whitley Bay in the 1950’s.
(I am guessing these date periods, so they could be slightly out)
She was born in Oct 1941 (which would have made her 75-76 now)
Her name was Janice Michaels, parents called Cecil and Irene Michaels, though it seems her Grandmother was a big part of her life, who name was Helena (known as Lena) Johnstone, from Whitley Bay, who was like her surrogate mother in a way in her yearly childhood.
(Lena was married to Alexander Bernhardt Johnstone)
In the mid to late 40’s = the time when I think my Mum was at St Oswalds, I think initially she was living in Jarrow, and then they moved to Whitely Bay, so those would have been the two locations where she would have known to be from.
If someone does remember her, I am just looking for some early photos of her which may be in school group type of photos from that time that would be great. ....dave5213@hotmail.co.uk

A memory shared by dave5213 on Oct 21st, 2017. Send dave5213 a message.

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