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Francis Rex Parrington

5 Sedley Taylor Road, The Second House

History of 5 Sedley Taylor Road

1930-7:

L J Potts, M.A., Fellow of Queen’s College

(1897-1960) His pupils included the novelist T H White who called Potts ‘the great literary influence in my life.’ Potts was author of Comedy (1948); Aristotle on the Ary of Fiction (1953); and a translation of Strindberg’s Tales (1930).

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1937-38:

Leslie Gray, building contractor

Margaret (Rain)

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1939:

Robert A Wolverson, b 1909, solicitor (Observer Corps)

Mary I, b 1913, voluntary staff car driver

Mary Barnes, b 1878

Dudley Vavasour Durell, b 1906 (Observer Corps)

Hedwig Goldschmidt, b 1910, servant

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1945:

Doris Hull, b 1895

Anne Hull

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1948-70:

Francis Parrington, paleontologist

Margaret (Johnson)

Jean Johnson

 

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