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WW1 LETTERS FROM STANLEY CORSELLIS RANDALL

Started by: Oneleggedlady (6)

I have printed a book, showing letters home from Ypres, of my Grandfather Stanley Corsellis Randall MM of Appley Bridge 1882-1962, to his wife Bessie Jane Randall. There is also the War Diary for the 12th Light Railway Company RE and lots of photographs of the Randall Family and soldier pictures. I am waiting for Brian to put the PDF on the book reading screen - under Stuff. This is FYI. Christine

Started: 2nd Feb 2016 at 13:13

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Christine, that must have been a fascinating project.

It will be very interesting to read. I will look out for it

Replied: 2nd Feb 2016 at 16:24

Posted by: Oneleggedlady (6)

Hi Jazzy

Long project putting everything into book form and then getting 4 copies printed. A little worried that I sent PDF to Brian at WW a week ago and heard nothing back. Will have to give another poke. Also put together and had printed 15 copies a book called Light and Shade which is my Grandparents life in Appley Bridge from 1891 - 1919 when Grandpa came back from Ypres. Thanks for your interest.

Christine

Replied: 3rd Feb 2016 at 13:04

Posted by: Jazzy (8654) 

Christine, I'm a real history buff, ancient history , industrial history, modern history and contemporary history.

Personal letters are fascinating and give you an totally different view.

I'm looking forward to reading it.

Jennifer

Replied: 3rd Feb 2016 at 13:31

Posted by: Campfire (585) 

Fantastic, really looking forward to reading them..

Replied: 3rd Feb 2016 at 18:40

Posted by: GOLDEN BEAR (3095) 

Hi there is the Randall's of Appley Bridge related to the Randall's of the early 1960s-70? If so i used to pull in there every Tuesday's and Friday's to top my mobile butcher's shop and serve the owner with meat,his name was ? i think Harry?Bill? a very nice bloke !

Replied: 20th Jun 2016 at 15:44

Posted by: john b (46)

Hi I am John Randall Barbour;SCR above was our grandfather.As a boy I would be put on a bus in Wigan market square on a Saturday morning and the conductor would put me off at Randall's Corner to spend the week-end with him and granny. He was a very good kind bloke who made a big impresson on us all and sadly missed. He lived in Old Mill House.
ps there was a Harry Randall and a Bob Randall connected with the shop.

Replied: 13th Sep 2019 at 22:43

 

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