Constance (Connie) finished her schooling in Newcastle and undertook secretarial training there. The park has large pecan trees, adult swings, and is home to the City of Dahlonega's Maibaum Tree, a visual depiction of the city's history. An.5-mile approach trail leads from the park to Springer Mountain at the southern terminus of the Appalachian Trail. Can an ex pupil from East End help? I was at Newport Rd Infant and Junior school and as I was born in 1948 this photo must have been the infants school. Picture One is class 1 1931/32 Wina (Billie) Riddett is in the back row to the right of the headmistress Miss Mentor Picture Two - Class Peter's Mother Zena Riddett is in the 2nd row third from the right Picture Three - Class 1B Picture.
Ethel Wardell (ne Hodge) daughter of a cabinetmaker was born 1879. Lesleys parents owned an off licence/pub very close and I remember playing in the loft area with her, her sister Mary and her brother Peter. The teachers in those days were Mrs Pullen, Mr Smith, Miss Trigg (Mrs Marsland) and Miss Bright (who used to bring her white Scottie dog to school in the front basket of her bicycle. . I left aged 15 in 1957., ethel Wardell - Left To Right. My grand mother was the eldest of 9 daughters., delbert Brownlee recalls his school days at East End Manor Park: I am now 70 and currently live in Denmark Square in a flat I watched being built in 1952, moving into it in 1963! All went to Newport Rd school. Some photographs are attached. He went to East End from 1947 to 1953 when Mr Bull was the headmaster. . She went to Clarkes College, Guildford to train in secretarial skills. Left to Right Ethel Wardell, Unknown, Connie Wardell Marjarie Wardell Also Above Ethel at teacher training sitting on the left hand window sill.
These indentures indicate that the family were now living. The cottages at Smithgall Woods provide an elegant mountain retreat perfect for romantic getaways, intimate weddings, and outings with friends. I can then tell you that of course I remember Gaynor as I met her two years ago when Lesley and I met again. .