With an Introduction by Richard Dalby When Roald Dahl was asked to select a group of the best literary ghost stories for television adaptation inand later for his only anthology inhe found the job unusually difficult: They were trivial, poorly written and not in the least spooky. Spookiness is, after all, the real purpose of the ghost story.
His funeral has taken place. During service in Berlin he left the Army on 29 November He then remained living in Germany for over 20 years prior to his return to the UK.
All association members and Standard Bearers are welcome to both. During his service Fred boxed, played Rugby and shot with the Regimental teams.
He was discharged from the Regiment on 29 July Funeral details will be published when known. His funeral will be held at Standards, Bugle and Association members welcome. He also saw service in NI. Whilst on exercise in Soltau, Germany inhe was seriously injured in a vehicle accident and was subsequently medically discharged from the Army on 9 February The family would welcome friends who knew Glen during his service but have asked that no standard bearers or military uniforms be present.
Frank enlisted into the Sherwood Foresters in and was posted to 8th Foresters in Scotland on its return from Norway. At Wrotham camp he was initially placed in the cookhouse as a GD man but once he was identified as a Pte 1st Class he was posted to the Demonstration Platoon. When that Bn was withdrawn to England, they joined 1st Leicesters in AugustFrank was now a Pte 1st Class, Bren, sten gun and 2" mortar operator.
He served with that Bn for the remainder of the war, through Belgium and Holland. At Ede on 17 April Frank sustained a shrapnel injury to his left Hip and left elbow and forearm.
After some time convalescing in medical units, he returned to 1st Bn Leicesters in July and served in Germany. He was demobilised in Marchand went to live in Chesterfield. Prior to joining the Army he was employed at Ireland Colliery, Staveley, Derbyshire and returned to work there after demob.
The family have requested no flowers and that donations can be made to The Mercian Regiment Benevolent Fund. If anyone has a contact for a bugler that can play at the funeral, they are asked to contact Stuart Mellor direct.
All association members and Standard Bearers are welcome to attend both the funeral and the wake. He left the Regiment in May Standard Bearers and Members welcome. Standard Bearers and Members would be welcome. Upon leaving the Army, he was a textile spinner.
The family do not have any further information on his career in the army and would be grateful of any further information.
Details can be sent to RHQ Nottingham. All are welcome to attend including Standard Bearers. Tony was an ardent supporter of the Regiment and a prolific fundraiser, especially for injured servicemen of the Regiment and its antecedents.
For a hobby he was a member of R. Grand Lodge Tyler Details of the wake are not yet known and will be announced at the funeral.
Blackie enlisted into 1st Battalion Sherwood Foresters on 20 November and after training joined it in Malaya. After amalgamation he served in Warminster for a short while until discharge on 19 November Family Flowers only; however donations in lieu may be given at the service for Treetops Hospice.
Standards and Association members would be welcome. He was later attached to 1 Cheshire and prior to amalgamation, in Junehe transferred to 2 Rifles until his discharge on 31 July on grounds of injuries sustained in Afghanistan.Marriages At Sea Register of Marriages at Sea in the Public Record Office (ref: BT /).
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Rosemary Timperley (20 March – 9 November ) was a British novelist, short story writer and screenwriter. She wrote a wide range of fiction, publishing 66 novels in 33 years, and several hundred short stories, but is best remembered for her ghost stories which appear in many anthologies.
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Author: Created by lottieed. Preview. Created: Oct 15, Harry by Rosemary Timperley. About this resource. Info. Created: Oct 15, Activity. pptx, 44 KB. Harry by Rosemary Timperley. Report a problem. This resource is 5/5(1). Timperley, a writer with fans as varied as Roald Dahl and Mary Danby, was a school teacher.
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Harry By Rosemary Timperley. Rosemary Dobson Before we start with the poems • Do you remember who Rosemary Dobson is?
• What did she write about? Classwork from the previous lesson Words to Define: • Cherubs: a winged angel • Mizzen-mast: The third mast on a ship, usually after the biggest one.