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John Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.

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John Thomas Mitchley and his wife Elizabeth (née Pygall) outside their cottage next to the Crown. There were then three cottages in the row; this is the one furthest from the Crown. 1920s or 1930s.

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  • Pat Jones nee Pygall - Monday 9 April 2012 21:39
    Elizabeth Mitchley was the sister of Samuel Pygall. He went to London ( Bethnal Green) married and when his first wife died shortly after his son Thomas William Pygall was born.Samuel Pygall sent Thomas William back to Norfolk and he was brought up by Elizabeth and John Mitchley. Elizabeth Mitchley was known as 'Aunt Libby'