A soldier’s letters

By Barry Williamson

Issue 12, Spring 2004 pp 17-19

In this article, Williamson describes the process of tracking down the descendants of Stanley Charles Booker in modern day Bristol, a process stemming from a project given to pupils at his school. It denotes the paths taken to trace the presence of the Booker family in local history, talking to former neighbours, and members of the community, to try and piece together the sort of lives they had.

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