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St.Georges School - a Memory of Windsor.

At the foot of Windsor Castle on the Datchet Road is St. George's private school, which is within the castle grounds. My mother's mother (my gran), worked in the kitchen there. When I was small (about 10), we would go every Sunday and sit in the parlour with gran and a man called 'deafy', and a lady who smoked and had hairy legs. The door which is opposite the station by the river, is still the same door and the windows have bars against them. My gran's name was Alice Stewart, she died of cancer and I don't know where she was buried or cremated.

A memory shared by Roy Mc C Lean on Apr 27th, 2013.
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