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My Parents. - a Memory of Witnesham.

My parents both taught at Witnesham school, a Mr. Eastleigh was the headmaster at the time. My father Idris Walters was the headmaster when he retired. My mother Edna nee Crooks became headmistress of Baylham school until she retired. I would like to know when Witnesham Area school began and if it is possible to find dates when they worked there to add to my family history. (I should have asked them when they were alive). Idwa l Walters


A memory shared by idwalwalters on May 20th, 2017.
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Sat Jun 6th 2020, at 12:39 pm
melanie1982 commented:
Believe Idris Walters was once a pupil at Abertillery Grammar School.

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