Having successfully completed Part 1 (with full marks), you can move on …
At this point, a new correspondent entered the conversation. This was John Cartwright (for he signed his actual name !!)
Question 35. Mr. (William) Skeavington moved out of his Market Place farm to be the first occupant of his new house; where was this ? Question 36. What was the occupation of its later occupant, Mr Frost ? Question 37. In 1891 Charles Henry Bourne lived next door to the inn of his late father-in-law. Who was his wife ? Question 38. And what now stands where the Liberal Club once stood ? Question 39. Apart from the use suggested by its name, can you name one other use of the Butter Market building ? Question 40. 'Billy' Pitt had suffered 'electrification and galvanisation' without success. But what did work for him ? * I believe that it was Thomas Bennett who kept the Old Harrow Inn.
And finally your ‘picture starter for 10’ …
What connects the following picture with Mark Parkinson ?
Who do you think they are ??
Two additional letter-writers have joined the conversation.
We will come back to John later.
We get few clues as to his identity but he may have been a few years older than the others.
and then there is O.P.Q.
His father’s surname (and presumably his surname) was Fletcher, a well-known local Wesleyan preacher
Ready for Part 3 ?