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|100018||Masterguides. Front row from left: Dorothy (Tew) Toussirot, Ron Combs ?, Barbara Leigh, Mrs Mariner, Monica (Rowe) Norman, Norman Tew, Dorothy Tew (mother of Norman). Back row from left: ? , ? , ? , ? , Charles Tew (father of Nornam), Miram Henley.||1946||Adina Marriner - private collection||180k|
|100219||Dr John A Hyde and Mrs Myrtle Hyde (nee Richter), February 1946. After their honeymoon they sailed for West Africa, where John undertook medical missionary work in Nigeria and Ghana.||1946||Dr Leslie A Williams - private collection||41k|
|100035||Junior Camp, Leigham Manor, Devon. All left to right, from the back to the front.|
8th row: Norman Tew, May Dando (Benefield), Victor Benefield.
7th row: Pastor Paul Cumings, Mr Parry, Leona Minchin, Valmae Minchin, E Haynes, B Palmer, W Caley, A Millest.
6th row: Charlie Tew, Pat Gatland, P Lane, B Seeley, W Hesse, R Kinnersley, D Bevan, J Bonney, .., D Cook, ? Foskett, H Ginbey, R Benton, D Krause, N Gulley.
5th row: ? Vesey, P Bone, .. E Bartter, C Phillips, .., G Sweet, D Gough, R Chandler, R Aikenhead, .. , Valerie Cook, .. , M Palmer.
4th row: Margaret Rosier, Ken Rosier, .. , M Barham, B Shaw, .. , M Coombe, Ann Westley, .. , Sonia Bevan, .. , R Vesey, P Uffindell, P Bonney, .. , Brian Lemin, .. , T Proudley.
3rd row: .. , Susan Cooke, Alan Thompson, .. , B Gulley, .. , S Uffindell, C Vesey, .. , John Rich, G Willoughby, Rex Riches, M Rich, .. , Mary Sanders (later Blackburn), Margaret Sanders (later Lowe).
2nd row: Connie Richards, .. , Mrs Catts, Mrs Welch, Ken Gammon, Mrs Tew, H T Johnson (SEC Youth Director), Mrs Johnson, Clifford T Bannister, Mrs Bannister, M Liney, John Cavin, Joyce Needham, John Bevan, A C Vine.
Front row: .. , V Watson, .. , J Youlden, .. , O Ashman, Robin Riches, Wendy Stokes, Paul Bonney, C Catts, Mark Cummings, ..
Others: Connie Target?, Muriel Christiensen, Kevin Minchin?, Rita Newell.
The following information comes from Dr Ron and Mrs Elaine (nee Bunker) Emmerson:
"Leigham Manor was owned by the Bunker family, as were several other properties by the River Plym at Marsh Mills, now part of Plymouth. Leigham was set in 30 acres with prime pasture and fishing rights. It also had two adjoining small cottages that were used for a gardener and a caretaker, and a lodge at the entrance to the drive from Forder Valley Road. The drive was lined with beautiful rhododendrons and azaleas and there was also a tennis court. It was given for the use of the South England Conference for its Youth Camp in 1947. Several romances started at Leigham Manor that summer ending in marriage. One was that of Dr and Mrs A Jackson (Mrs Jackson - formerly Hilary Mason). The Bunker families were all members of the Plymouth church. The Admiralty rented Leigham Manor as a hospital during the war years, and it was run by naval nursing staff. Leigham Manor lodge was let to an Adventist family called Whiting during this period. After the war Leigham Manor was sold to an engineering firm, Tecalemit, who had built a factory in the valley. They converted Leigham Manor into flats for their executives. We understand it was later sold to a developer when Tecalemit moved to Estover, another part of Plymouth. The other properties were compulsorily purchased by the Plymouth City Council of the time after the war, with the intention of big industrial development and riverside walks etc in the area. This however, to our knowledge, has never taken place to this day! The Bunker families moved to Tavistock in 1949 where the new generation grew up, including Elaine and her sister Elizabeth, who were Glen's children, and their four cousins, Eric and Ken's children. The Whiting family who were in Leigham Manor lodge were rehoused in the lodge at Tavistock for several years."
|1947||BUC Office 002||129k|
|100092||Newbold College staff and students. Don Lowe, David Lowe, Ernest Logan, Doreen Surridge, Rachel Phillips. Front row includes: E H Foster, E B Phillips, Ernest Martyr, John Dunnett.||1947||R Surridge - private collection||153k|
|100141||MV Senior's Holiday Camp at Cayton Bay, Scarborough, August 15 - 22nd 1947. 4th from the left back row Jack Mahon. Front row center: Mrs Warland, to the right Pastor E L Minchin. Margaret Warland is behind her mother and to the left slightly. This picuture belongs to Marilyn Jerome's cousin, Barbara Hall (nee Palmer). Front L - R Ron Darbyshire, Bob Handysides, Mrs Handysides, Ivy Clark, irene Himsworkth Mrs Warland, E. L. Minchin, Jenny Handysides, T.J. Bradley, Olive Bradley, Jean? (Scottish Bible worker). At random: Maureen and Wilf Huse, Peter Lowe, George Crutchfield, Hazel Maudsley, Ursula Rhodes, George Bramwell, Nancy Ritson, Myrtle Cooper, John Hunt , Margaret Swain, Joan Witchell, Zoe Saxby, Peggy Appleyard, Nacy Ogle, Peter Cooper, Constance Belton, Maisie Beavon, Ursula Rhodes, Frank McGoldrick, Noreen Young, Priscilla McGoldrick (nee Knapman), Bill Lennox. Second from the left on the second row from the back: Maimu Veedler nee Elves (came from Estonia to England during the war time and gave this picture to Barbara Hall). Front row of children, sitting on the ground: on the extreme right is Daisy McGoldrick (now Daisy Havard), and next to her is John McGoldrick, looking at his mother Priscilla.||1947||Marilyn Jerome - private collection||101k|