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higher ince may queen   Views: 3000
Ince May Queen 1952   Comments: 5
Photo: Colin Rowlands   Item #: 7717  
 
Ince May Queen 1952

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  Ince May Queen walking in the Ince Parish Church walks.
L to R
Colin Rowlands, Roy Barton, Graham Kellie,Graham Pearson, Jackie Osborne, Sandra Gostello.
 

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Comments by irene, 24th October 2008  
colin, do you know where photo was taken?

Comments by geoff, 6th November 2008  
great photo colin.i did,nt know you was an incer.you hav,nt changed a bit!.

Comments by Graham Pearson, 16th November 2008  
Thanks for reminding me Colin! I do remember one other lad, left of Graham Kelly was Michael Brogan, but don't remember the other two at the back. Think the photo might have been taken coming down Ince Green Lane as I remember some houses having steps up to the front door!

Comments by Val, 18th February 2009  valandbri@blueyonder.co.uk 
So this is what my favourite cousin used to get up !
Pretty dapper eh?
Val

Comments by Eileen Thorpe (Radcliffe), 30th March 2016  
What a lovely photo!I was a maid of honour on that day, I have a photo somewhere of the other maids,I remember all of you on the the photo, I seem to recall the other maids of honour were June Southworh, Eveline Molyneaux,Christine Roperand a couple more, I must find it and share it.I ran into Sandra Costello a while back, see Graham Kellie's wife Joan(Topping)occasionally, heard Colin Rowland's had sadly passed away,how are the rest of you out there

 
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