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TheJudges of East Stonehouse Plymouth UK

Updated August 26, 2003

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I have at last made the effort and will try now to publish some details of my family.
Fernleigh George Judge
Born 26 Dcember 1919 at 40 Admiralty Street Stonehouse Plymouth
At age 14 joined the Royal Naval School of Music ,Headquarters
of the Royal Marines Band Service at Deal Kent served for 16 years 12 0f which were served in various ships and naval establishments survivor of HMS Royal Oak.Time expired 1950 reentered the forces in the Central Band of the Royal Air Force at RAF Uxbridge serving a further 19 years until 1972.Served as a voluntary band instructor involving the formation and training as a military band of tradesmen who played instruments and wished to keep up their musical hobby.Served in East Africa
Aden and Cyprus on completion of my carreer in the RAF I serveed further service on the cross channel ferries as a steward which satisfied my love of the sea. OH yes in the iterem period between my transition between services I also served with the Post Office on the cable layers both coastal and deep sea and took part in the relaying of the last 400 miles of the first deep sea cable laid and the laying of cables round the islands round Cape Kennedy, at that time Canaveral,in preparation for the space programme.

My Father:- John Francis Edward Judge B:- 1871 D:- 1957

Went ot work at the age of 11 with a travelling fairground company and lived with a fortune teller whose name escapes for the moment but told me some wonderful tales of her expertise and knowledge of herbal treatments. He eventually entered as a stoker and rose to petty officer rank had various employments untile the 30s depression and then most of the rest ofhis working life seekig employment and eventually finished up as a scene shifter at the Royal Theatre in Plymouth. Died peacefully after an eventful life

John Edward Judge 1 B:- D:-

 
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