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Rev. Albert Turreff, assistant clergyman Slaugham
The Slaugham Archive
Rev. Albert Turreff, assistant clergyman Slaugham

In 1902, Rev. Albert Alexander Turreff came to Slaugham in 1902 to serve as the assistant clergy to Rev. Arthur Boyd. I do not know if it was planned as a temporary position, but nevertheless he moved to Wrockwardine, Shropshire to become the vicar of the village church in the following year.
He married Ida Hand in 1906 and they had two daughters, pictured here. I think young Margaret likes her pram, but it does not look very stable to me! The other daughter was Frances, some four yours older than her sister.
The Reverend Albert Turref died in 1948, aged 73.
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Rev. A A Turreff and Ida also had a son, James Campbell Turreff (11/11/1912 to 24/09/1944).
The Rev A A is my husband's grandfather.
Added by Marianne Turreff (France) on 15 March 2015
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