5 Crossroads Maternity Home - a Memory of Yeovil.

I always remember my late mother, Elsie Buttle, telling me when I was born 24/08/1944 there were some, I believe it was Italian soliders, out side singing the hymn "Jerusuleam". Also, my first son, Terry Buttle, was born here august 1966. There used to be a sister in charge, Sister Gough, who used to have a lift home after my visit to my wife & son, to her home in Camborne Grove, in my tonibell ice cream van.
Memories, Bob.

A memory shared by Bob Buttle on Jun 12th, 2013.
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