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Geoffrey Norton (Chatham 49)

In October 1918, the 1/5th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment was ordered to capture the village of Haspres, north-east of Cambrai in France. The A...
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Derek Nightingale (Chatham 49)

Derek writes, “2018 was a difficult year for my wife, who broke a kneecap in a fall in Vienna in April, whilst we were on the annual organ tour with O...
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John Lindgren (Bruce 49)

John enjoyed the Stowe at Trinity (Cambridge) day, going with Jock Asbury-Bailey (Walpole 47), where they enjoyed hearing the Headmaster describe the ...
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David Burns (Bruce 47)

David writes, “I left Stowe in 1946 and was called up immediately for National Service. I was commissioned into the 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards and s...
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John Grieves (Temple 46)

John celebrated his 90th birthday on 26 June 2018. John’s daughter Tessa has sent in the photograph, John is standing second from the right. ...
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Olav Arnold (Grafton 46)

Olav writes, “I just had a 90th birthday party organised by my daughter with photographic record of early life at Stowe including photos of being in j...
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John Kessler (Bruce 44)

John writes, “One of the vivid memories of my time at Stowe is the call by the King to a day of prayer at the time of the crisis of Dunkirk. JF Roxbur...
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Mr Christopher Warner (Grafton 40)

9 November 1921 – 12 September 2014 “Make a decision, Boy, make a decision. Now. Or it could be your last if it’s wrong.” My father, Christopher Fag...
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Mr Richard Jaggar (Grafton 42)

11 January 1924 – 29 October 2017 Born in the West Riding of Yorkshire, after Stowe Richard went up to University College, Oxford to read Law. He was...
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Mr Ian Danvers (Bruce 43)

14 July 1926 – 23 October 2010 Ian served as a Flying Control Officer in the Royal Navy, and worked for Lloyds of London Insurance before moving to B...