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Memory Of School - a Memory of Whittlebury.

Mr Thurston, music master. Mr Meager, Major Meager's father, also music teacher, remember him as a very old man, another master, Mr Pepper, I believe at the end of term whilst going home had a car accident, collided into a bus in thick fog. Do you remember Wells pupil, also John Luston. Jeffrey Watts, Pen A Pen B. Morris I can remember at Chicherly Hall, when they were making good on a new tuck shop, just before opening we were all queuing for food when somebody threw a boot over the top, hitting Mr Smith the English teacher, he came out and blamed Morris for it who had nothing to do with it. Hope to hear from you,
John Pink


A memory shared by john.pink on Jun 25th, 2009.
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