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Neave Family Of Brick House Farm - a Memory of Woodham Mortimer.

From the age of 6 I used to spend my holidays with this family as I was mad on the country and lived in Surbiton. I was friends with Jane Neave the youngest of John and Mary Neave's four daughters the others being Mary Anne and Ruth. They emigrated to Canada in 1957 and I was so upset. Jane and I stayed friends until her death a few years ago meeting again when I went to live in the US. I still have a picture of us together aged 6 and 7 on my wall. They were the best years of my life. How I wish I could have them again.

A memory shared by jslpld on Jul 31st, 2017.
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