I know that my mother had a hard pregnancy and believe that my father was on manoeuvres in the hills when they were born. She always said that the twins died because she could not feed them herself and was not allowed to use the wet nurse she had arranged for.
I have a photograph of their gravestone, which is a large white cross on plinths, with the inscription, which is difficult to read in parts (the dates are illegible): “In Ever Loving Memory of / Patricia and Margaret / the darling twin daughters of / B.
TACA HOMELIVES & TIMESON THE MOVEPOSTINGSACCOMMODATIONHEALTHCARE & HOSPITALSSCHOOLINGMEMORIES & MISCELLANEAFAMOUS ARMY CHILDRENHISTORY MATTERS1914–18FORGOTTEN FACESARMY CHILDREN'S GRAVESCURRENT & RECENT RESEARCHLINKS & LITERATURECONTRIBUTING & CONDITIONSCONTACT TACATACA LATEST The pictured army family was photographed alongside exotic-looking props, suggesting a foreign location, perhaps India. To read Colin Mc Cormac's report on how Bourne School, Kuala Lumpur, Malaya (now Malaysia) appeared on a return visit in 2006, and for information on Yahoo!Also notable is the stone-flagged floor and large arched window behind a diaphanous curtain. and Facebook groups dedicated to former British forces' schools in the Far East, click For a selection of images from a pamphlet marking the closure of Bourne School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaya (now Malaysia), in 1965, as well as some of Jeff Harrison's photographs showing how the school's former premises appear today, click to read Part IX of Leslie Rutledge's story, in which he describes living in temporary accommodation in Blackpool before moving to Willich, (West) Germany, and attending Kent School, at Waldniel Hostert. Mum, Mike and I were evacuated down to South Africa, to Amanzimtoti, near Durban, when it was considered that dependants had to leave Egypt as World War II escalated. My brother, Mike, was born in England in 1934, so my parents were obviously posted home, and then they were in Egypt when I was born in 1938.Others are credited with first serving hot dogs on rolls.
A German immigrant named Feuchtwanger, from Frankfurt, in Hesse, allegedly pioneered the practice in the American midwest; there are several versions of the story with varying details.
to read Julie Hewitt's account of growing as an army child in the UK and Cyprus between 19, and her thoughts on the damaging consequences of 'going to too many schools and living in too many houses'.
to read about Shelagh Jones' quest to locate the grave of her brother, Graham, who died in (West) Germany aged five, and about the information supplied by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWCG).
The hot dog became closely associated with baseball and American culture.
Hot dog preparation and condiments vary regionally in the US.
The small boy is obviously dressed in his best, while his mother’s hairstyle and clothes suggest the 1920s or 1930s. In Part V of his account of life as an army child, Leslie Rutledge recalls moving to Sennelager, (West) Germany, and gaining three more sisters there, before briefly living in a hostel in Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex.