Jan 21, 1943: For years, Miss Jean Nicol, Publicity Officer, Savoy Hotel, London, has been mistaken for Miss Jean Nicholl, the lawn tennis star. Now both Jeans are to marry, and the names tangle will be cleared up. Miss Jean Nichol is marrying Capt Derek Tangye, author of Went the Day Well, and Time if Mine. He is in the Intelligence Corps. Miss Jean Nicoll (two Ls) is to marry Lt Edward Bostock, RNVR. Both weddings will take place at the Savoy Hotel.
London's oldest statue, c. 1372 // King Alfred the Great in Trinity Church Square, Southwark. The statue was moved to the Square from Westminster Hall in King Alfred united England, founded St Paul’s, rebuilt London’s walls and drove off the Vikings.
St Stephen-in-Brannel (known locally as St Stephen's or St Stephen) (Cornish: Eglosstefan yn Branel) is a civil parish and village in central Cornwall. St Stephen village is four miles (6.5 km) west of St Austell on the southern edge of Cornwall's china clay district. In medieval times the parish lay within the royal manor of Brannel. St Dennis and St Michael Caerhays were daughter churches. From the 16th century the rectors resided at the latter so that it came to be regarded as the…
JAMAICA INN HOTEL: Cornwall's legendary coaching house, immortalised in Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name, has stood high on Bodmin Moor for over 4 centuries and has been referred to by historians as Cornwall's most famous smuggling inn.