Re: Jewellery question
- From: chris mcmillan <spam.tin@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 22:19:06 +0100
In message <83af5baa-c73d-4346-b95e-cf9b2790be1a@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, bobembleton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes
On 10 June, 15:56, "Steve Hague" <steve.hag...@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:"Harry" <flapdra...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Pardon my ignorance but did women actually wear bracelets much in the
> time of Grandma Grundy? Is that a likely thing a father would give to
> his daughter in, what, the 1930s, as opposed to a brooch or a pendant
> or something? I don't know but it just doesn't ring true somehow.
Joe said it had been lost fifty years ago, so that would make it 1959.
And it had been given to her for "passing" her confirmation classes or
Well, the Book doesn't give a birth date for Susan but it says she came from a 'religious farming background'. She died in 1969, so it seems rather unlikely to me that she was confirmed as recently as 1959.
I thought they were usually given a bible with a white cover or a>
Perhaps she didn't learn to read as early as she ought.
Eddie was born in 1951, Alf in 1944. Definitely seems odd this.
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