Salvation Army Group Approx. 1950.

By Nina Humphrey(née Burton)

Joan Sarfas is the little girl in front of the lady in uniform.
Joan would be interested if anybody can put names to the other faces in the group.

(The girl at the back wearing her dark hair in plaits and parted in the middle is Grace Clark).

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Photo:Salvation Army Group. Approx 1950.

Salvation Army Group. Approx 1950.

Joan Sarfas

This page was added by Nina Humphrey(née Burton) on 05/02/2017.
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I remember Joan Sarfas as she was back then and still have a scar to remind me, bless her. My now late parents helped the Salvation Army at Laindon for some time. We too sailed on the Royal Daffodil and to Calais. There is a photo of my parents on the ship and I am in the background looking miserable, in a book I have on Laindon.

By Brian Baylis
On 14/02/2017

This photograph was taken on a trip with the Laindon Salvation Army on the Royal Daffodil. I remember getting lost and was howling my eyes out when I was found. As Nina said, I am standing next to the Salvation Army lady, and I have the white dress and open coat. One of the people I know in this picture is Jean Nelson who lived in Tyler Avenue and was a good friend of my sister Val, she is standing on the left hand side behind the girl with the strap across her shoulder.  We lived in Sandringham Road at the time this photo was taken. I would love to know if anyone can name the other people. My name at the time was Joan Sarfas.

By Joan Baterip
On 05/02/2017
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