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As is described elsewhere on the website, they purchased a prefab bungalow at the 1933 Ideal Home Exhibition and it was duly delivered to Wells station and transported across the fields to where it stands today.Rose Alice Matthews lived until 1944, reaching the age of 93.He died in 1938, and Dorothy continued running the pub until 1957.She only had one child, my grandfather, also called Samuel, who was captured in north Africa in the second world war and made a prisoner of war in Italy and then Germany. She then lived in that row of cottages by the bridge on Bridge Road.If so, could you let her have my details so that she could reply to me if she wanted to.I just wanted to find out a bit more about the sisters. Certainly one was called Ellen as the bungalow by the church is recorded in her probate.Margaret Harrison was one of the sisters because her probate also gives her living at Windy Ridge, the original name for the bungalow, when she died in 1963.She was 99 and left her money to Arthur Mallinson, a shop proprietor.
I am looking for any further information regarding the Harrison sisters who lived in Salthouse for many years, in a bungalow by the church now called Mill Ridge.
They were three of nine children, seven girls and two boys, whose parents, John and Mary Harrison, were teachers in Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire.
I don’t know whether teaching was in the blood but seven of the children followed their parents into the profession. She married a school master, became head of a school in Derbyshire and managed to have eight children, all of whom became teachers!
He and Rose moved to Sheffield to become a school attendance officer and the other sisters followed.
Four of the sisters were unmarried and shared a house together.