It all started when OH Mary, having been very unwell during the summer culminating with a great deal of pain round the midriff and nausea and saw our GP on 7th September. She was diagnosed as probably suffering from gall-stones and the doctor arranged an ultra-sound scan of her upper abdomen at Wycombe General Hospital.
The scan was made in the morning of 13th and in the afternoon our GP unexpectedly called at our house as she had obtained the result and wanted to tell us,
Many of you on this forum, have unwittingly been caught up in the Merry go Round, that has been my search for information on my Great Grandfather, George Arthur Perry. Even the mention of his name probably is enough to give you the vapours. It certainly does me.
The mystery has been solved, although I am sure this is not the end of his story, and I thought you may be interested in the outcome.
As you may recall, I started out 6 or 7 years ago, with very vague recollections
June 1st 1864
Report recd. from Council Office:
“The numbers have greatly increased in the lower part of the school, & so caused more embarrassment to the master of Standard 1. In II, III & IV the children passed very creditably. The Reading of the First Class is very good. R.E. Wyatt, Manager.
Updated 17-06-13 at 07:22 by Jill on the A272
It's a fact. As you know I've been told by Scots Family in an email that Mary Lennon had 6 children but I've only found 4:
Edward- 1912 (We were close Angelina, extremely close!!)
Sarah- 1914 (Possibly because the 1911 didn't match, unless it's Edward's twin or the 1913 one)
Jane (Ginny) -1929/1994
I've just got of the phone to Granddad and he cannot remember any other children so either I was given incorrect information or the children
2nd May 1864
School thinner owing to the old custom of carrying “garlands” from house to house. Better attendance in the afternoon. School working well.
Updated 01-06-13 at 11:49 by Jill on the A272