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Working in a doctors surgery WW2

by Angela Ng

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Contributed by 
Angela Ng
People in story: 
Rebecca (aka Becky) Stamp
Location of story: 
Sunderland, North East
Article ID: 
A4427309
Contributed on: 
11 July 2005

"This is Kati Thompson, of Southmoor Community School and entering Rebecca Stamp's name onto the website, and they fully understand the website terms and conditions of use"

Rebecca (aka Becky) Stamp- 1919-2005+
Even as a child, Rebecca Stamp was independent; dressing and cooking for herself regularly from the age of seven, she grew up in a family of four, including herself, younger sister Mads (or Madeleine), father George and mother Elizabeth.

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