Strange but true . . .

A 100-year-old woman who moved into a house as a child before the outbreak of the Great War has now lived there for 96 years.
Muriel Noyce, then just four, and her family, including 10 brothers and sisters, moved to the tiny two-bedroom terrace in Romsey, Hampshire, in August 1914 - just as war was in the air.
Miss Noyce, who never married, said that in those days - as the youngest of her large family - the house was a bit of a squeeze at bedtime and she slept head-to-toe in a double bed with her siblings.


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