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George Mitchley’s first wife, Matilda, in Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) uniform, which dates the photo to 1918-20. Matilda was for a while stationed at Bircham Newton. She died of a brain tumour in 1919.

Stanhoe_00935.jpg John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920John Thomas Mitchley, father of George Pygall Mitchley, in 1913. John Mitchley was born in 1851 in Stanhoe, where he died in 1935. In 1901 he was a head teamster (in charge of the plough horses) on the farm attached to Stanhoe Hall.ThumbnailsStanhoe school, 1920

George Mitchley’s first wife, Matilda, in Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF) uniform, which dates the photo to 1918-20.

Matilda was for a while stationed at Bircham Newton. She died of a brain tumour in 1919.

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  • angie kitcher - Tuesday 7 August 2012 18:19
    Great Photo of my Great Grandmother Mitchley. She died too young.