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Further contributions from Maurice Billingsley and Eric Creaney.




(source & commentary : Maurice Billingsley)

"Josef was a Swiss brother novice. He's seen here on his bike in the Alps at
Serre Eyraud where a few of us (from Gap) were sent in the hope of inculturalising us."

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(source & commentary : Maurice Billingsley)

"Gus Dery . . . a diocesan priest, sent over to Blacklion and Totteridge
by the bishop of Wa, his uncle, Peter Dery. He apparently
gained the reputation of being the wise man of the diocese, to be
brought in to resolve conflicts and problems among the clergy.
He died a few years ago, according to a priest of the diocese
that I met at Totteridge last year."

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(source & commentary: Maurice Billingsley)

"John Slinger cutting grass at Totteridge."

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(source : Maurice Billingsley)

Maurice's bedroom at Gap. Has this been included
because one day it might be as famous as
Van Gogh's ? Perhaps not, but it's surprising how mundane things bring the memories flooding back.

(Is that a chart of the World Cup football matches?)


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(source : Eric Creaney)

(L-R) : Eric Creaney and Pat Shanahan, September 2006 at Oak Lodge/Totteridge

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(source : Eric Creaney)

September 2006
The sign for St. Edward's was still up on the gate and the 'new' college was up for sale.


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(source : Patrick Creaney)

(L-R) : Mousa Sow, Director of "Avenir de L'Enfant" our partner in Senegal,
and Eric Creaney, at the small sign for St. Edward's.