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The third page of Keith Lawson's photos


More help needed with missing names, please.



(source : Keith Lawson)

(L-R) : Mike Birch, Pat Mulvey, Keith Lawson, Ian (Murphy?) and Martin Bloemaarts

 



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A Visit to the Children's Home
(run by Mr and Mrs Stirling — who eventually moved
to a mobile home in the grounds of Broome Hall)

I can see Paul Ashby on the right, at the back. Can you identify anyone else ?

Back row from left: Gerry Stones, ——, Mike Ryan,
Vince Bailey (in the dip), Keith Lawson

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Fr Marchant departs for Glasgow, with Fr van den Bosch at the car door.
(Gerry Stones and Vince Bailey are on the right)

All the way from Broome Hall in a disabled person's car ?
("Yes" says Keith. "I saw him there in 1985 ! ")

Maurice Billingsley writes (September 2008) :

" The AC tricycle (above) was called Bluebird, of course, and was familiar
at BW in our time . . . . Fr Marchant enjoyed the fact that it was made
by the same people as the expensive sports cars; . . . . "


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Christmas in the Fathers' parlour.

L-R :

Brother —, Fr van den Bosch, —— (headless),
Fr Dan Sherry, Fr Leonard Marchant, Fr Ryan

Maurice Billingsley writes (September 2008) :

" I think the unnamed person in the Fr's Parlour is Fr Marchant:
his stance and the 2 sticks being the giveaway. "


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The visit of Bishop Champagne

(L-R) at the back : The Bishop, Father van den Bosch and Brother Casimir
Tom Cummins is at the back, playing the part of nurse . . .

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"Half-time : the massed bands "

Father van den Bosch is on the extreme left, sitting on the lawn—
Paul Ashby is the guitar player on the left, Keith Lawson is blowing the trumpet
and Br. Jimmy Brown is playing the bagpipes.

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