Wrote letters to Rectors of Ashby, Folville, Waltham on Wolds, Laddington & Medbourne, Co. Leic.
Archives for April 5, 2018
Left Liverpool at 8.50 am train for Leicester. Arr. @ 11l45 am. To Archdeaconry of Leic. to peruse manuscripts ½ day. Charge 5/-. To see girls and Aunt Louise. Had an hour & half chat with them & caught train for London @ 5.48 pm. Arr. camp at 11 pm.
Harry & I take photos of sketches during day.
To Sq. Upton’s @ 7 pm. Stayed till 10.15 pm. In walking home I fall & damage my hand. Very painful.
Put in all day writing our family history.
Take Gert, Violet & Jessie out for a walk to Broadgreen.
*In Scotland, England, Wales and Northern Ireland, public holidays are commonly referred to as bank holidays, and the two terms are often used interchangeably, although strictly and legally there is a difference. Bank holidays are holidays when banks and many other businesses are closed for the day. Public holidays are holidays which have been observed through custom and practice.