Leverington Home - a Memory of Leverington.

Our family (the Fitzjohn's) used to live in the first of the bay fronted semis, after the terrace block, in line with the car. We would have moved in around 3-4 years after this photo was taken.

The Maxey's lived in the next semi along and the Ashby's lived in the visible part of the thatched cottage.

Further along, in a bungalow, lived the Drawbridge's who owned and ran the garage, which was sighted approximately where the photographer would have been standing.

Happy memories.

Stephen Fitzjohn

 Comments & Feedback

Sat Feb 6th 2016, at 10:33 pm
stanhope24 commented:
Of course I remember you Lorraine. I think I can also remember the place on Roman Bank where your mum still lives. I and my family live in New Zealand now and visited Leverington 18 months ago. My mother and brother still live around Wisbech and we get back there about every 4 years or so. Hope that all is well for you. Cheers Stephen
Sat Feb 6th 2016, at 1:02 pm
lorrilane commented:
Hi Stephen, I bet you don't remember me. I went to school with you. I was Lorraine Piper and used to live on Roman Bank. My mother still lives in the same house. I remeber the Ashby's, Drawbridges and Maxey's. My great aunt and uncle, Henson, used to live in the first bungalow beside the garage. Great times though not much has changed.

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