WHERE ARE THEY NOW? This old press cutting was sent in by Jill Fuggle (Smith) of Lea Avenue. It records that no less than nine sets of twins attended the Ferry Road Primary School at one time. The year was around 1948, shortly after the end of the Second World War. It would be interesting to know how these eighteen youngsters got on in life – Where are they now? Cases of mistaken identity are not unlikely at Rye Primary School, Sussex. For Headmaster Mr. M. W. Beevers has nine sets of twins in his classes.
Who’s who? … The twins, one behind the other here, are, back two rows Robert and Kenneth Charman, Linda and Sandra Green, Kevin and Terry Phillips, Ian and Ivan Foster: front two rows: Mr. Beevers records that this must be a record for all schools. Gwen and Gillian Parsons, Keith and Peter Tiltman Jean and Tony Gale, Victoria and Patricia Jarrold, and Barry and Brian Ewart.
“Rye’s Own” April 2011
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