VE Day by the Meon

From: Victory celebrations
Group by the river, with names.

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  • I would be delighted to know more about ‘Miss Silk’. I am a descendent of Leah Silk (married George Charles Lambert), who I believe grew up at Frogmore. I have to say the lady in this photograph bears a striking resemblance to Leah’s daughter Dora (my great grandmother). Any information would be gratefully received.

    By Jennifer Peter (24/03/2020)
  • I believe errors have been made regarding the identification of people in this photo. The small boy labelled Alan Turner (evacuee) is in fact me, Alan Richard Morley-McLean, and the lady standing on my left with her hands on the chair is my late mother, Mrs. Joanna McLean (née Morley-Horder) (not Mrs Turner).( And see photo on preceding page). At the time, we were living in The Court House, East Meon with my Grandparents, Percy Morley-Horder and his wife Katherine Apperly. Percy Morley-Horder was a famous architect and a benefactor in East Meon who saved the Court House by restoring it to its present grandeur.

    By Alan Richard Morley-McLean (07/10/2016)

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