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Boxing Tournament Feb 1942
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Susanne



Registered: July 2014
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Stuart Westgate, age 17. Won on points!
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Registered: January 2012
Posts: 537
Tue August 5, 2014 22:02

Brilliant picture! Is your dad on the left or the right?
Susanne

Registered: July 2014
Posts: 27
Wed August 6, 2014 20:15

To be honest, I found it difficult to recognise my Dad as 17 year old! Stuart is on the left as you look at the photo, his top with a crest on it gave me a clue - went to St Pauls and this is the school crest.
Marian

Registered: April 2012
Posts: 450
Wed August 6, 2014 22:02

I am overwhelmed looking at all these amazing pictures and on this one, seeing Stuart at the age I was when I started working for him. On the pictures of his parents, it is clear how strongly he resembled his mother. He was a great cricket fan when I knew him and most days in the summer there was a cricket commentary in the afternoons on the radio in the background. It was just loud enough for him to hear as he was working. :-)
Susanne

Registered: July 2014
Posts: 27
Thu August 7, 2014 11:01

Marian's comment has made me smile. Yes, my Dad loved cricket and played for Gerrards Cross. In fact he was playing on a Sunday afternoon May 1960 as I was being born at Hillingdon Hospital. Yes, he loved cricket!
Marian

Registered: April 2012
Posts: 450
Thu August 7, 2014 23:00 Rating: 10.00 

I didn't know your Dad actually played cricket for Gerrards Cross but he did tell me that he met up with friends at The Bull on Sundays. Every time I travel past there, even now, I am reminded of that. I suppose it was a complete change each week from looking at people's teeth. He was good at rescuing spiders as well, while I took cover out in the kitchen. They used to appear from nowhere, and he knew I was always nervous of moving the big Xray machine across the floor in case one was hiding under there. He did use to be amused but luckily didn't happen when there was a patient having treatment. :-)

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