Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Notebook 1 - Feb 15th 1925
February 15th, 1925
The Editor of the "Sunday Times"
I notice in your Photogravure Secture of today's issue where the Earl & Countess of Coventry are shown, that they are said to have been married 75 years and to be over 92 years old.
This is a mistake as they were married 60 (sixty) years ago, (And 60 years being called a "Diamond Wedding" in England) and the Earl is only 89, having been born in 1838.
The enclosed cuttings from the Overseas Daily Mail may be of interest to you, I do not need them returned.
Lucy Derrick Swindells
This is another one of my favorite aspects of Lucy! She is never shy about correcting the local newspaper in areas that she feels she is an expert, particularly politics and English Society. While Lucy left England in 1921, she never lost her love of being English. She was extremely proud of her heritage and her mother country. - Carrie
Posted by Carrie at 8:00 AM
Labels: 1925, England, letters to the editor, Lucy's opinions
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