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Memories of Chagford

I was born in Chagford in 1940 at Moorlands Hotel which my Grandfather owned. I do visit from time to time but am rather a long way away in Australia. I have many memories of Chagford and Dartmoor and even now I often tell my Wife about things that happened in the years that I lived there. One thing that I have no (...Read full memory)

I have an album that belonged to a member of my family in years gone by. In this album, my ancestor's friends have made drawings, sketches, ditties and paintings. There is a beautiful painting entitled "Chagford", which appears to be Holy Street Mill, painted by Edwin Jackson, 1911. If anybody would like a copy of this painting, then please contact me with your email address.

I also went to St Brides in the early 1950's and in fact remember Patricia Quarman and Ann Bradford. Who could ever forget Aunty T and Miss Watson. I particularly remember coming back from half term and hiding sweets in the floor boards in our dorm, and yes, the sneaking around the school at night. What a wonderful time (...Read full memory)

I was a pupil at Holystreet from 1956 till it closed as a school a few years later. I have vivid memories of Miss Watson and Miss Thompson, also Miss Wyatt and Mrs Ruegg. It was a beautiful place for a school, I remember the chilly dips in the river and many nature walks in the grounds, the lovely chapel and the wisteria (...Read full memory)

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