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Stanhoe school, 1920

Stanhoe_00943.jpg 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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.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.ThumbnailsJohn 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.

Stanhoe school, 1920. Mary Mitchley is fourth from the left, second row up, with a bow in her hair.

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