He must have been close on fifty when I first knew him, though he still had a thick mop of dark hair. But for a few snippets at table, especially when he sweated over a hot curry he made for himself while the rest of the family dined on a much milder form concocted by our African cook there in Rhodesia, we knew little of his history.
Baylis, assisted by their daughter Doreen and her older brother. Was your grandfather a cook here.
Lukwah is still operating as a tea estate. On one occasion only I saluted an Officer by touching my cap when carrying a Rifle but as we had not been shown how to salute when carrying a Rifle I did not get into trouble.
Jayanta attempted to introduce me but had hardly blurted out my name. On another occasion we were given an initiative test which involved going into the next village a few miles out of the Camp.
My surname is, of course, very common, and I have two initials. They won it in when my grandfather was at Lukwah Tea Estate near Sivsagar. My new ex army mate was immediatly appointed as Senior Man [much to my relief] and I was to be his deputy in recognition of my ATC service.
Spiridion held their surgeries. I remember the hype surrounding the opening of Eastwood Mall in and was greatly disappointed that my mother would not go "to the mall" for several months after EWM opened because she did not want to go "way out there" and fight all of those crowds.
But what I remember most were the dripping cakes. If I turn up anything else I'll let you know. Manning describe it as "the definitive Joker story of all time". Sgt Jackson was keen. Follow the beginning of the end of the British Empire story there in Delhi. Being grabbed by the mess orderly to wash up - seen nothing like it since.
We always talked about our top 10 dates. Did "Square Bashing" Rifle training at the butts, also wearing respirator. Regiment lads who remembered my performance which had taken place 3 years previously hence having made my mark They let me off without adding to my problems on account of the fact that it was known that I could play a piano at that time.
In one of these lived Peter and Tony Masters who were twins, a little younger than me. The interior of the shop was just perfect, with a long polished wooden counter and lots of pigeon-hole shelves at the back for all the forms. He had a short conversation with "Lenny" and then handed the phone to the gloating Colonel who took it and demanded to who he was speaking.
They were claustrophobic things to wear, and smelt strongly of rubber. Consultations were conducted with a uniformed man.
We started in the Barracks Guard Section. Wish I had come across your site earlier. 04/15/ Enjoyed your Web site about Eastwood Mall, Mr. Wells. I grew up in Oneonta AL in the 60s (OHS Class of ) and remember when it opened.
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I was so sorry to read the sad news about the recent passing of Richard Dunn. As a former Walthamstow resident (as were my parents), I'd corresponded with him several times, and it was a delight to "talk" to him via e-mail and to share his enormous knowledge of Walthamstow and his enthusiasm for the stories and articles that appeared on his website.
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