Ethel May Tantrum - a Memory of Little Stretton.

My husband's Grandmother, Ethel May Tantrum, was born in Craven Arms in 1885, but by 1891 was living in Elms Cottage, Little Stretton. In 1910, she married Harold Ezard and in 1924 she died at White Birches Cottage, Little Stretton. Their son, Harold, was born in Little Stretton, but we are not sure where (possibly White Birches Cottage?) and we would love to hear from anyone who could help us find out more about the Tantrums and the Ezards of Little Stretton.

We recently visited Little Stretton, by chance, with some friends and found it a fascinating place and plan to return in the future.


A memory shared by Judith Ezard on Jul 10th, 2006. Send Judith Ezard a message

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