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St Cuthbert's, Norley Hall   Views: 1122
St cuthberts holy communion 1966/1967   Comments: 6
Photo: Linda Byrne   Item #: 30238  
St cuthberts holy communion  1966/1967

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Comments by irene roberts, 21st February 2018  
Does anyone know if Carmel Jones is on here? She was a friend who sadly died some years ago but I only knew her from when she was about 17 so don't think I would recognise her as a child but she would have been about 10 or so when this photo was taken.

Comments by Carol, 22nd February 2018  
The girl to the left of the boy on the centre looks like the girl next to the Queen in the crowning group picture I posted. I posted our first communion (April 1966)for our class, but there were 3 classes per year. Irene, the children on this photo are mainly 7.

Comments by Carol, 22nd February 2018  
I think the girl 2nd from Right on the front row is also in the Crowning group pic. Stood behind the 'Queen'

Comments by irene roberts, 22nd February 2018  
Thankyou, Carol. x.

Comments by Jarvo, 23rd February 2018  
Looks like Bernadette Meadows, front row, fourth from right.

Comments by susan powell, 9th August 2018  susan.powell10@btinternet.com 
second girl in on the front row on the left susan powell,diane banks,karen cooper behind karen ? joyce Spellman,second in from the right on front row mary Collins,just behind her rita swan,last girl at the back on the right june bilsborough next to her Anthony hagan.Two sets of twins in the photo Anthony and Margaret cunliffe and two girls but cant remember their names.

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