Bagby Memories

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I used to have wonderful memories going to stay with my grandma and grandad who lived next to a farm owned by people called Gardiner I think. I played with the very close farm families' children. And although I was brought up as a Jewish girl as my dad was Jewish, the liveliest memoriesI have (...Read full memory)

I lived in bagby from the age of 5 months, from 1934 to 1942/3 My father was Police Constable Jim Conway and we lived in the house next to Bells Cattle transporters. I went to the school there and also attended the church sunday school. The school had two class rooms, but shortly after I began there, we were (...Read full memory)