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A consequence of War- friendship and matrimony.

by CSV Action Desk Leicester

Contributed by 
CSV Action Desk Leicester
People in story: 
Fred Warren, Douglas Yeomans, John Warren, and Rosie Yeomans
Location of story: 
Nottingham
Background to story: 
Civilian
Article ID: 
A4503421
Contributed on: 
21 July 2005

My father Fred Warren, was called on as a chef in the Sherwood Foresters division of the Nottingham/Derby regiment.

My father became good pals with another chef, Douglas Yeomans and they have stayed faithful friends to this day.

I was married at the time, as was Douglas Yeomans daughter Rosie. Years later, both our marriages broke up and through our fathers remaining good friends, we found out, and arranged to meet up: The rest is history and we've been happily married for 17 years.

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