Aylesbury, St Mary's Church And Cross 1927

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Caption for Aylesbury, St Mary's Church And Cross 1927: The main entrance to the churchyard where Church Street turns left to become Parsons Fee is distinguished by a pair of elegant early 18th-century gate piers in fine-jointed red brick surmounted by stone urn finials. Between are the remains of 18th-century wrought iron gates and overthrow. The gateway seems to dwarf the children by the wall. The War Memorial to the left is in the form of a medieval calvary.

An extract from Aylesbury Photographic Memories.

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Born in 1961, growing up with my grandparents on Prebendal Ave, great memories. Little shops by the old brook, catching tadpoles, Ceely Rd school also Oak Green - seems like a mystery now. I lived in Aylesbury until I was 16, my grandparents had died. I cannot not find any photos of my past - did I even exist? My (...Read full memory)

My husband, Roger Watts, and his family lived in Castle St in the 1950's. The picture has a figure standing outside their front door (no.15) which could be his mother or older sister Linda. Can anybody shed some light on this ? The street was always free of cars with only the doctor, who lived a few doors away, (...Read full memory)

Looking for any information on a Mary Frances Reed or the Reed family whom we think lived in Aylesbury at the time. Name might have been spelled Reid. This is for genealogical purposes

I am looking to find someone who remembers the years 1941-1945 during WW2, in particular the family who lived at No.32, Whitehall Street/linked to Ripon Street. The families names were; Alice & Will Barnes, they had 3 children, Fred, Bert and Ina. Owing to the War my family were evacuated to Aylesbury from 1941 (...Read full memory)

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Caption for Aylesbury, St Mary's Church And Cross 1927: The main entrance to the churchyard where Church Street turns left to become Parsons Fee is distinguished by a pair of elegant early 18th-century gate piers in fine-jointed red brick surmounted by stone urn finials. Between are the remains of 18th-century wrought iron gates and overthrow. The gateway seems to dwarf the children by the wall. The War Memorial to the left is in the form of a medieval calvary.

An extract from Aylesbury Photographic Memories.

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