A Fife Childhood 1913 - 1927
A duck dressed in baby clothes, a horse dying on the tattie-howking, a soldier coming home from WW1, an aircraft crash-landing on the sweetshop, a boy birched for poaching rabbits, dreaded schooldays at Bell Baxter, life below stairs in the big house, haughty ladies of the hunt...
Terry Telford´s father was butler to the Laird at Teasses House near Ceres, Fife.
Terry´s collected memoirs depict a childhood in rural East Fife a century ago.
Published: 18 April 2014
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