A Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis FrithA Grand Spell of Sunshine - The Life and Legacy of Francis Frith

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Other Memories from Bath

In the late 1950s I remember delivering Christmas parcels to the Royal Crescent. In one particular house in the crescent lived The Dowager Lady Noble. She was the last granddaughter of Brunel ! Frank Mizen (Ex CBBS )

Two Stone sculptured Lions were situated at the entrance steps of the Grand Pump Room Hotel before it was sadly demolished in 1958/59 during the so called "Rape of Bath". They were removed by Sparrows Crane Hire of Bath, Alf Sparrow and myself removed them to a builders yard at the rear of Bath Rugby Club's Main building, they disappeared for a long time. A few years ago I wrote to the Bath Chronicle and asked if anyone ...see more

I would love to find friends from my time at La Sainte Union Convent, Pulteney Road, Bath. I was there from around 1950 to 1955, as near as I can remember! At that time I was Wendy Knight-Brisley, and it was the time of Bonzo, Sr Patricia Scamerton (Ignatius Maria) as any classmate will remember. Sadly, all my photos of class were destroyed, but would like to replace them, and my memories of yesteryear. Is there anyone out there that remembers me and those years?

This is the parish church of my ancestor, William Ennever, who was baptised here on July 28, 1793. William was a carman and moved to London in 1816 where he married Elizabeth Wade in 1839. William's brother Joseph was involved in a forgery gang from Birmingham and was captured in 1807 whilst trying to pass off forged £1 notes at a shop in Bath. He was tried and executed at Ilchester on April 22 , ...see more

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