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Identity parade

By Black Country Bugle  |  Posted: July 29, 2014

  • The women, happy in their work but who are they?

  • A group of young chaps, possibly soldiers working in the kitchens at a training camp, circa First World War.

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FEW details accompany these two pictures. But Mrs J Cook of Rosewood, Ball Lane, Coven Heath, thought Bugle readers might be able to lend a helping hand.

Mrs Cook told us, "It would be terrific if any readers could help with identifying any of the people in these pictures. I can only help is naming the blonde lady second from the right in the front row of the happy group of women workers. She was my aunt, Beattie Bailey (nee Vaughan). And I think there is a Thomas Vaughan in the group of men, but I don't know which one he is.

The women seem to be having a well earned break from the factory floor. However the men seen to be soldiers attached to the South Staffs Regiment.

If any readers can help Mrs Cook in her quest for imformation, please contact Bugle House on 01384 567678.

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