Family Notes - June 2006
This is a sample of the information provided to members of the P*rr*tt Society in the June 2006 edition of Family Notes. Family Notes is a 56-page printed magazine that is distributed to society members every quarter.
It’s easier to park, Down Under!
F.G.Perrott’s butcher shop, Hastings,
Parish Registers contain many entries which the Vicar of the
time never thought would be read by the
Brancepath, County Durham
A P*RR*TT PHOTO GALLERY
Louisa Eliza Perritt went to Clark County USA in 1927 to work for the Red Cross; her orders were ‘to clean up the schools.’ She believed in good health, that alcohol and tobacco were horrible and certainly fried foods and sugar were not at all good for you! Miss Perritt served 6 schools in Clark County, usually wearing her navy suit and hat but on occasions a white tea dress, as pictured here. She had many wrecks in her green coupe car; once she was hit by a train but only suffered a stiff neck. Sadly in 1959 she broke her hip which led to her death at the age of 85, never they said, having once got mad with anyone! When results of health studies in Clark County were found to be far better than in similar surveys, proud residents were quick to point out that the improvements could be directly attributed to Louisa and the good that she did during her time as the health nurse.
Many Children from around Bath in Somerset spent their half-term holiday in the Autumn of 2005 filming and here we have Amy and Kelly Parratt eyeing their excellent work on their own silver screen before the big premiere at their local theatre.
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