Moses Abbott

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A mother's letters

 

Dear RDCA,

My mother has asked me to scan the attached documents to send to you for the Archive. She does not have the original letters these were typed onto a document and she has copied them in her own hand.

Regards, Sharon Langston

For Mrs Jean T Potter (Nee Wallaker)

 

The images are shown below:

1. Sludge barge, on which Moses Abbott worked pre-WW1

2. Explanation of a sludge barge

3. Two WW1 letters from Mrs Sarah Abbott to her son Mo (Moses)

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This page was added by Robert Stephen on 14/04/2017.
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Lisa,

Indeed it does still exist. Breade House is currently on the market as a Grade II listed building and situated in Apton Hall Road.

Regards, John Emberson 

By John Emberson-admin
On 29/05/2019

I was looking up Bread House as the Abbott family who lived there are related to me. I was so pleased to find these letters. Moses would have been my great, great uncle.

Do you know if Bread House still exists?

By Lisa Abbott -Trangmar
On 29/05/2019
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