excerpt from 'Memoirs of Henrietta Burkin' pp. 15 (130 words)

excerpt from 'Memoirs of Henrietta Burkin' pp. 15 (130 words)

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Memoirs of Henrietta Burkin

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Weddings in the family were great fun; sometimes, if they took place in the Summer, horse brakes would be hired, and after the ceremony, we would all pile into these, some inside, and some on the top, and drive down to Theydon Boise in Essex [...]. When my cousin May married (the one who was the milliner), we children had tremendous fun, as we played downstairs, in and out the shop, and through the room at the back, whilst the grown-ups had a song and dance in the room above, and at one time, when the dancing was at it's [sic] height, the ceiling over the shop literally sagged with the weight, and a couple of the men were standing holding up the tall bookcase, which was swaying backwards and forwards. 

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