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Memories of  Usworth

Saint Michael's Church


Saint Michael and All Angels Church

Mothers' Union Enrolment Document
Mrs Meggie Archer - 1934

Saint Michaels Church, Usworth
SAINT MICHAEL  and  ALL ANGELS
Edith Avenue, left  -  Manor Road leading to the New Inn Corner, upper-right  -  Waterloo Road, bottom-right

Mothers' Union Document
SAINT MICHAEL  and  ALL ANGELS
Mothers' Union Enrolment Document - 1934

Mothers' Union Trip
SAINT MICHAEL  and  ALL ANGELS
Mothers' Union Trip - Probably Roker or Seaburn

"Treat as a Single Row:  2nd Left, Mrs Margaret Jane Archer, Meggie to her Family;  3rd Left, Mrs Bishop, who lived 2 doors away.
Meggie moved from Gateshead in 1931 when her husband Joe Archer was offered work as a Miner at Washington 'F' Pit.
The family lived at 72, The Oval.  In 1942, son Joe joined the Home Guard stationed at Blackfell Army Camp."

[ Thanks to Meggie's Grandson, Ernie Guy, Member of Washington History Society, for the above comments & images. ]

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Links to some totally different documents belonging to son Joe (Home Guard) and daughter Sadie (Temperance Society).