Re: “Home found for 60-year-old ashes,” August 3
I think it’s wonderful Greg Scott looked after Rowland Spurway’s ashes. I was born in Nelson and lived there from 1931-53, then again from 1959-67. My family knew Rowland’s son Dick, who lived across the lake from us when I was a girl. I remember Mr. Spurway had a movie theatre in his living room and showed us some wonderful old cartoon movies. He also had some dramatic photography of the bombing of London during World War II. I thoroughly enjoy reading your historical section of the paper. Keep it coming.