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Evacuation

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frontpage1
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Enid ,Maryand john Williamson
Location of story: 
Railway Station london
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Civilian
Article ID: 
A6182552
Contributed on: 
17 October 2005

Off to Exeter 1940

This Picture was taken of My Sister Mary and I ready to take Train to Exeter
We lived in Penge S. London not far from Crystal Palace. Born in 1933 I was 7. My Sister 5 and brother John 4 He was also sent to Exeter but our Mother stayed in London. We two girls stayed with one family for about 2 years. Later we returned but when the buzz bombs came I went to Yorkshire Kirk Burton.

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