In charge of births

I DON T have any connection with names on the walls at Primrose Lane (July 18 and 25), but one of my aunts, Sister Pelbrough, was sister-in-charge when it was a maternity hospital. She would have been there late 1950s to early 1960s. Maybe some of your re

I DON'T have any connection with names on the walls at Primrose Lane (July 18 and 25), but one of my aunts, Sister Pelbrough, was sister-in-charge when it was a maternity hospital. She would have been there late 1950s to early 1960s. Maybe some of your readers may remember her.

She must have delivered many residents of Huntingdon and the surrounding area. I believe she was transferred there when Paxton Hall ceased to be a maternity hospital.

JOSIE GREEN

Fairey Avenue

Godmanchester

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