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Worfield Parish Magazine 1961 Part 1
1961, Worfield, Shropshire, Shropshire, England, Uploaded by janes at 2014/04/17
Tags: Rev Thomson Worfield Parish Magazine Worfield Parish Magazine 1961

The Rev Thomson is the vicar and there is a new style of reporting what is going on in the `Parish - very factual and very Church based.

January. Mrs Hann VCO of WI pays Worfield a visit. Sybil Jones infants teacher is gong on an exchange to America. Baptisms: Charles Matthew Carver, Trevor Anthony Howard. Marriages: George Christopher John Fulwell, Betty May Thomas. Burial: Emily Leigh Thompson of Barch Cottage.

February. WI Miss Cunliffe presided, Mtrs Adams is ill. Baptism: James Julian Spencer Guy. Burial Rhoda Elcock

March. WI Mr Knowles addresses the meeting, Mrs Bayliss shows the art of bookbinding, Mrs Adams embroidery and Miss Higgs jewellery. Mrs Yates showed embroidered chair covers. Marriage: Trevor Patrick Guilfoyle and Lillian Dunbar. Burials: Sidnet Arthur Madeley, Ann Elizabeth Leach and Herbert Fincher.

April: Foot & Mouth Disease affects the parish. Baptism: Paul James Roberts, Ian Stuart Parry. Burials: Ruth Welsby, Harry Hotchkiss of Bromley

 

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