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  • I understand my family were involved in glove making in Yeovil in earl 1900’s. My grandfather Thomas left and joined army then became publican Sandown, I.O.W. I think his family also became involved in supplying glove making machinery. at a later date.

    • Hi Robert,

      Thank you for contacting Yeovil Archaeological & Local History Society. Please let me know what your question is.

      Regards
      Jim Fison

  • Hello
    Does anyone in the society know a little recent history? The designer and test pilot at westland aircraft/ W.E.W. Petter and Harald penrose respectively, had cottages in the area. petters being a modern chalet style house and penroses being a traditional thatched cottage. does anyone know the whereabouts of these?

  • i am trying to find out more about the life of Frances Connelly, the first women to vote in Yeovil (albeit accidently). Does anyone in the Local History society have any details about her?

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