When the Americans came to Burnage

Letter from American Soldier.jpeg
When the Americans came to Burnage.pdf
Lister family.jpeg



First is a scanned letter from an American doctor billeted in Burnage, who thanked the Lister family for their hospitality, hoping to return the complement in Tennessee. A full transcription of the letter is contained in the document below.

In the second item, Pauline Butterworth (nee Lister) describes the American soldiers staying with local families during the war, American soldiers marching up Grangethorpe Drive, the new phrases and habits introduced by the visiting troops, and a transcription of the initial letter from an American soldier who stayed with her family.

The final item is an image of the Lister family, with Pauline on the left, along with her mother and father. It was taken in the front lounge of their home at 2 Lindsay Road, Burnage.



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