Is It, It Or Is It Not - a Memory of Letterston.

I am fairly certain that during the war(2nd) 1944/5 this was the house my family stayed in. The first one with the stone and railings as one looks at the photo, the little girl is almost outside.The house without a stone fencing as far as my memory serves was a small holding / farm. My father was a royal marine helping to guard the munitions held at Trecun at this time.
Further checking is taking place but at the age of 82 it is getting more difficult


A memory shared by pjcrawford313 on Aug 31st, 2019.
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