excerpt from 'The Autobiography of Harry Alfred West' pp. 18-19 (143 words)

excerpt from 'The Autobiography of Harry Alfred West' pp. 18-19 (143 words)

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The Autobiography of Harry Alfred West

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[Harry West was diagnosed with Tuberculosis aged eleven and lived with his maternal grandparents during the illness, a period of  a year that he recalls as acquainting him with various relatives, including Aunt Jemima, his grandmother’s sister]

 

I found Aunt a very interesting woman, her main interest was the Methodist Chapel. She treasured two wooden posts, which formed part of a pulpit erected in the kitchen of a former relative where the Methodists worshipped and John Wesley preached, before a Methodist Chapel was built there. The pictures and religious almanacks on the walls interested me […] 

 

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Someone presented the Methodist Chapel with a good American organ to replace the small harmonium there. Aunt Jemima purchased the latter, although there was no-one in her family who was musicalA few years later she was very gratified when I could play her favourite hymns thereon.

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