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- GE (Great Erasmus)
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From around 1960. I suspect this is somewhere near Arundel, and it might possibly be the summer term whole hoilday. It looks like a father with two sons. Can anybody from that era recognise them?
Col A 1954-62
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I don't recognize the people, but I suspect it might be Amberly. It was a popular destination for whole holidays.
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If an egg falls on a stone: alas for the egg
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It may just be possible to recognize the blazer badge of the younger boy if you blow the picture up -- I think it's a dagger, though I can't be sure. Maybe a Middleton fleur-de-lis. Definitely not a Thornton rose.
It's probably in Arundel, but may just be Pulborough. I think you're right about the whole holiday, but it may just be a Sunday visit.
Edit: Could they be the Hiner brothers? The elder is looking adolescently surly, the younger still childishly eager.
Th.B. 27 1955-63
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Surely, the dagger was Coleridge ?
John Rutley. Prep B & Coleridge B. 1958-1963.
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J.R. wrote:Surely, the dagger was Coleridge ?
Yes white was A and red was B from memory and of course the Hiners were Col A;
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