Mr and Mrs Tavernor, Stafford,

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Date:1940 - 1941 (c.)

Description:Geoffrey and Pat Tavernor by the River Sow where it meets the River Penk, near to the ladder bridge.

Mr and Mrs Tavernor were married at St. Chad's Church, Stafford, on 7 August 1939; they had one son, Ian.

Pat Tavernor was born in 1915 and worked in the offices of Universal Grinding Wheel Co. and Evode. She finished her working life at the Greengate Bureau, a secretarial agency.

Geoffrey Tavernor was born in 1911 and worked as a locksmith at the Golden Key Shop on Gaol Road. He then ran a butcher's shop at 43 Gaol Road until 1953. After working as a locksmith for builders Sandy and Co., he worked for English Electric at both the Castleworks and Lichfield Road sites.

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Image courtesy of: Tavernor, Ian

Donor ref:I. Tavernor No., PT00236, img: 2341 (18/2741)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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