Monthly Archives: July 2014

A PIONEERING LADY MOTORIST

Women have taken driving a car for granted for many years but it is easy to forget that in the early days of motoring in Great Britain it was regarded as a hazardous undertaking, not suitable for a woman.  As … Continue reading

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WHENCE WILLOUGHBY?

  Nesbit Josiah Willoughby. A name prevalent in the Bazalgette family is Willoughby. In fact it is one of my middle names. I received it in honour of my uncle, Ian Willoughby Bazalgette, RAF VC DFC. The first Bazalgette to … Continue reading

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