Tag: Four-wheeled trolley
GOOD FRIDAY. Ethel not too well she did not go out. During the evening Amy rang to tell us that Arthur Booth our neighbour at Welbeck Street had died, he had been ill about 3 years. I finished the trolley for Alan. Still cold. Notes Ethel refers to my grandmother, Ethel May Cecilia Parkin. For…
Wind colder, did more at the trolly. Ethel had a cold but she went to DLM. The barber came & cut my hair. Notes The trolley refers to something grandad was making. For details of things he made, see Chapter 109. Ethel refers to my grandmother, Ethel May Cecilia Parkin. DLM refers to Drayton Ladies’…
I began making a four-wheeled run-about trolly. Very cold wind. Roger came home from Rouen, Notes Grandad was very practical. For details of things he made, see Chapter 109. Roger refers to me. I had been to Rouen on a school trip, see Chapter 103.