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They worked tirelessly saving lives bringing back wounded from the front line.They became famous with their subsequent exploits (warranting a book – still available online), & earned many honours.Nigel went on to describe how the stones fell into different categories such as – manor, parish & town, military, leats and waterworks, turnpikes, commemorative plaques, railways and private boundaries. Manors became Local Boards and in turn District Councils and so on.This growth & eventual amalgamation had meant numerous changes in boundaries and the proliferation and variety of the marker stones.Out of the main car park, our route took us past the site of the old railway station, the terminus of the line from Yelverton which opened in 1883 & closed in 1956.
After release he married & he & is wife played prominent roles with other Quakers in helping the Jews to emigrate from Nazi in 1884 was an orphan at the age of six.Around 450 families were clustered around what was quite a small area including the slums of Bannawell & Brook Streets, often 6 families to a house, with 20 public houses.started to initiate improvements & as the century progressed, many changes were seen.Re-published many times here & in the Facsism was the next topic with Plymouth & in particular the Western Morning News playing a prominent part in the mid 1930’s.
Mosley himself made a number of visits to Plymouth, his rallies accompanied by melees, street fights & attacks on photographers.This ranged from christening & night gowns & a farmer’s smock to school punishment records – causing some amusement as Linda read out extracts.