The Post Office - a Memory of Wormleighton.

My grandparents were George and Agnes Thornton, Nanny ran the post office from her house, Granddad served in the war and died aged 47years. They had 7 children, my mother Pamela was one of the children, her siblings were/are Ivan, Don, Gladys Boulton, Sheila, Myrtle, and Gwen. I have my aunty Jean, cousins David, Don, Mandy, Anthony, Caroline. My mum used to polish the candlesticks in the church as a little girl! Anyone please feelfree to get in touch. My email is:
Many thanks.

A memory shared by Susan Wines on Aug 8th, 2011. Send Susan Wines a message

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