Our eldest daughter, Sarah, with her husband David and children Abigail (aged 3 years) and Samuel (aged 6 months).
Another picture of Abigail and Samuel
The latest picture we have of Abigail, now six years old
Samuel is now four years old
Our Youngest Daughter, Laura and her Son Zachary
Laura and Jonathan's little son, Zachary, aged four
The latest picture of Zachary, now aged six
Our three Grandchildren together
All Saint's Parish Church, Orpington, which dates from Norman times. If you look carefully, you can see the Norman arched doorway on the right of the picture.*
'Canadian Corner' in the churchyard of All Saint's Church. Here lie the bodies of the Commonwealth soldiers, mostly Canadians, who died in Orpington hospital during the first World War.*
One of the three 'Ponds' or lakes in The Priory Gardens, Orpington's main park, situated close to the High Street. The ponds are fed by the spring and are the source of the River Cray (from whence Crayfish originated).
A quiet corner in The Priory Gardens
The photographs on this page marked * were taken by Michael P Kelsey of Freehold, New Jersey, USA