) Pamela Peake (think she had sister) Delphine Bonniface (If so, same as above) Margaret Perrin Jennifer Dodds (Queenborough) Patricia Roberts Edith Dodds (as above) Elsa Scarf Michael, Peter and Celia Field Clare Snow Sylvia Goodwin (Halfway) Wendy Taylor Angela Hale (Scocles Road) Hazel Vallings (Minster Road) Susan Ives (Minster Road) Sylvia Vallings (As above) Madeleine Hannon (Broadway) Linda Wood (Minster Road) Penny Hunter (Minster Road) Jennifer Wood (As above) Antoinette Johnson Sonia (forgotten surname)She came from Juliet Manson Eastchurch (her father worked at prison) William and Charlotte Morley-Scott Just remembered Joan Stacey who lived in the house by The Harps Inn.
Because parents are installing the cameras in their own home, the laws in all 50 states support the right to record footage of anything that goes on at private residences. With the baby boomer population continuing to age, many concerned, grown children are making the decision to place their elderly parent or parents into a nursing home.please see trains or or email me for more information. Hi Trevor I was at Airedale school from a very young age till I was 9years old then moved away my name is Paul Thompson I lived at 49 parsonage chase it would be great to hear from anyone who remembers me hi I think the pictures are great location went to airdale private school all those years ago and have found a picture that was taken in the Orchard when all the blossom was on the trees we used to wears straw boater and grey and white stripped dresses with a white bow in the summer and burgundy blazers and black hats with a ribbon round in the winter oh those days were great Lesley Miller.as you used to live in Jefferson Road till 1963, perhaps you might remember my great-uncle and aunt, Frederick and Kate Davis.Even though you d be monitoring your loved one, a nursing home is not your property, and this action can have tough legal consequences, jail time included, depending on the state.However, let s say you d like place your parent or loved one in a nursing home whose policy is to use hidden cameras to monitor all their staff and patients.A BIG thanks goes to the people who have allowed me to use their pictures. Yes, I do have some; they are mainly of my mother, her brother Garth (died in 1953), my grandparents Lilian and Alva Rooke and my great grandparents.
If you want your old pictures posted get in touch via my guest book. However, there are some images of the house; two come to mind of the front of the house with the school signs.
These types of facilities are few and far between for a couple of reasons.
First of all, again depending on the state, companies can get into trouble for recording employees without their consent.
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This is my Sheerness & Isle Of Sheppey Pictures and Postcards album. or The Sheppey History Page on Facebook https:// I haven't looked at this site for a good while but I have just seen a comment from 'Guest' posted 28th October 2015 regarding the old Airedale School building and asking for photos.
As for you going to the convent in 1954, I remember food rationing coming to an end in that year, and going to the cinema (The Ritz) with my parents to see the film Beau Brummel starring Elizabeth Taylor and Stewart Granger.