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Redmire Children - a Memory of Redmire.

My great great grandparents arrived in Redmire in the 1840s or thereabouts.  
This photo was taken in 1929 when my mother would have been about nine or ten.  She was born in Redmire in 1921 to George and Ellenor Miller who had five more children William, Ethel, Lillian, John and Mary.  The family were all stonemasons through the census years.  My interest is in this photo.  The girl with the longest hair resembles my eldest daughter.  Can anyone name her or her family?   I would be very grateful.  I myself spent quite a few times up there in the summer holidays and stayed with my grandad and uncle John at the Railway Cottages where they lived.  Has anyone got any old photos they could let me see, school ones maybe?  The view from the Railway Cottages is breathtaking over the village.  I love the place like a passion. I was up there last summer and it has not changed a bit from what I can remember.  The Railway Cottages is now one house, there used to be two and there is not a way through the field now.  There is a road up to the house.   Thank you. Josephine.


A memory shared by Josiephine Bell on Apr 10th, 2007. Send Josiephine Bell a message

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