Posted by John Wilson on February 08, 2022 at 12:51:17 user hugo.
In Reply to: The Great Aunt posted by Magnus Smith on February 08, 2022 at 23:44:22:
When Mary Swainson who is rowing to Rio to catch the ferry for her holiday with her aunt "down Preston way" gives the GA a lift to the houseboat (Timothy is living there but is away at the mine!) she meditates that while she will marry Jack the woodman as soon as she thinks fit "while Miss Turner, poor old thing, had never married at all." ((PM23)
The GA bought Jim and Molly up; while their father Bob Blackett could have died in WWI (but too soon to be the father of Nancy and Peggy?), perhaps both their parents died in the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918?
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