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... - a Memory of Sutton.

Geez Sutton has changed since my time..went to school 1940 1951..left in 1954 when I joined the army and never looked back, later switched to the Canadian Airforce became Flight Engineer attended two wars.....Some good memories some bad only teacher I can remember was a Mr Bishop and a Mrs Armstrong. but no school mates. I lived on Alfred Rd.....Gav Bowman....


A memory shared by wilgav on Dec 11th, 2017. Send wilgav a message

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Tue Mar 3rd 2020, at 4:50 pm
Alister Reid commented:
Gavin, long time no see!! I am Alister Reid. My father was a police constable at suttonpolice station and was a great friend of your father and mother, Bill and Edith. We visited your home in Sutton, up the outside stairs!!! And you came over to Ewell by pass to visit us. I have many photographs of your Mum and dad taken in the 30s. I would like you to have them. Gavin I hope you are still on the go and please get in touch. We last met on a walk before national service 1952! Alister Reid.

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