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Glady's Beedham

Also known as: Auntie Glad was Mrs Greenwood who lost her first husband in the war she has an only son Robert Michael Greenwood who is married to carol.

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Auntie Glad was a lovely lady,kind and caring she originally lived in Bradford but moved to Truro in Cornwall around 14 years ago where she spent the remaining time of her life living near her only son Michael but also known as Bob and daughter-in-law Carol.She loved it down there and always donated to the RNLI or bought a little some thing from the shop pen,diary any thing to give the charity a boost when-ever she was in Falmouth, She died on the 8th December and in her memory I dedicate this page to her......a very special lady.
Goodnight Auntie Glad
Liz and Dave

Added by: Elizabeth Kendal-Wood on 19 December 2009.

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