Men at Butlers Court were mostly the Free French Navy under the command of Admiral Musselier. Butlers Court was a “groupe sanitaire” . Other houses used for Officer’s quarters (Grove Ash Grove Road, Westmorland House in Burkes Road) . Lots of young men, fights in town, etc. photocopies of photos plus names.
Interview with Judith Lea who was a Red Cross Nurse when it was a convalescent home for the Free French. Tells of uniforms, pigs reared by Free French a Horseshoe Crescent, TB patients were moved to Highlands in Grove Road. Other houses used as hospital set up were Grove Ash, Grove Road, and Westmoreland House ...
Postcard of Gossages’ Soap. Possibly issued on Royal Anniversary of King George V?
Photocopy taken on 13.9.1996 from a photograph owned by Mr Walter B Grimsdell son of Mr Herbert Grimsdell of Butler’s Court Farm
Page detailing Emergency Organisations for reference during the War. Chairman of the Evacuation and Reception Scheme Committee was Mr S S Timmis
Notes relating to Gossages Soap Manufacturer who was based in Widnes and owned by the Sutton Timmis family before it was bought by Unilever
Report of fire at Butler’s Court
Notes from various sources regarding to family tree, and memories of staying at Butler’s Court
Notes from 1881, 1891 census relating to Sutton Timmis family living in Aigbirth Liverpool