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WILLIAMSON, Margery interviewed by Rebecca Amundsen

 Record Group — Box: 1
Identifier: H0130


In this interview Margery covers family history from her Grandparents forward. She tells of her childhood, siblings, growing up, friends and education. She shares memories of school days, teachers, favourite subjects, friends and attending Salvation Army Church. Margery left school at 13 and a half and gained employment at Strang’s first making jelly then making tins and gives some detail of this. She also talks of ration books and how they worked during the war. She left Strang’s after working there for 6 years. Margery met her husband at Strang’s and gives a brief local history of Glengarry and living in Adamson Crescent after her marriage.


  • 2012


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