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Kitty Jenner and George Jenner
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Kitty Jenner and George Jenner

This is a picture of my mother, Kitty Elizabeth Jenner, taken during WWII during which from 1941 to 1945 she served in the WRAF.
She was born in 1915 on The Common, Slaugham, but I do not know more precisely where she and her newly-married parents lived,
In 1911, her then unmarried father, Benjamin Jenner, was living with his mother, step-father, and two brothers in Staplefield Road, Handcross.
The Large Version has a picture of my uncle, George Frederick Jenner, who was born in 1918 also on The Common at Slaugham. He enlisted in the Royal Artillery on 8th April 1937 and served in India, Hong Kong, Palestine, and many theatres of the Second World War. He was discharged on 7th April 1959 after serving for 22 years.
My mother and uncle were first cousins of George and Charles Jenner who lived in Batchelors Buildings in the High Street, Handcross for many years.

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Picture added on 28 February 2016 at 17:50
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