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Edwards' Coaches of Bishop's Itchington: The Second World War and Beyond
(Continued from part four) In 1939 came the second world war. Jimmy was very busy taking workers to AP (Lockeed), Flavel’s, Tachbrook Aero, Ford’s and other factories. One day, two gunners came ...
Edwards' Coaches of Bishop's Itchington: After the War
(Continued from part three) Life came back to normal in the village after the war. But men who had seen Gay Paree found it hard to settle down. Bishop’s never had a ...
The Life and Times of James Edwards: The First World War
(Continued from part two) When the war broke out in 1914, Jim was in a reserved job, farm worker, at first (he wore an armband to show that the was in ...
The Life and Times of James Edwards: Chapel
(Continued from part one) The family were chapel goers. They all went to the Wesley Chapel at Bishops Itchington. Years ago there were three chapels as well as the church, but there ...
The Life and Times of James Edwards: Early Years
Jimmy Edwards was born February 5th 1895, the only son of Tom Edwards, Blacksmith of Bishop’s Itchington. Tom and his wife Elizabeth had four girls before they had young Jimmy. Jim ...
The Pig Killer of Bishops Itchington
My grandfather Henry Robbins, 1863-1950 lived in Bishops Itchington all of his life. Following his marriage to my grandmother Amy Hemmings in 1891, they lived in the old mansion buildings. ...
The Old Mansion of Bishops Itchington
My grandparents Henry and Amy Robbins lived in part of the old mansion buildings which stood on the site of the present Mansion Close until it was demolished in 1964. ...
World War Two in Bishop's Itchington
Bishop’s Itchington is a small village located in the Stratford-upon Avon district of Warwickshire, and is currently home to 2,082 people; this is Audrey’s story, and is set in the ...
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