This Site Was Last Updated on Saturday, 19 December 2009
Site Owner - Stephen Smith
Remember Corinne Martin?
L - R Back Kathy Marley Ames, Corinne
Foreground L-R Ashley Ames & Nora
When did you attend Priory?
Who was your most unforgettable teacher?
Henry Fowler was a remarkable teacher who gave me the confidence to tackle my adult challenges with my " common sense" as I was not what you would call book smart.
Who were your best friends at Priory?
Susan Buchan, Kathy Basler and Jill Humphries
Who are you in touch with now
Nicola (Crosswell ) Mair
Who would you like to trace if you could?
Dominique Boyriven was my "puppy love" boyfriend and I lost contact with
him about 25 years ago.
What was the wildest thing you did at Priory?
Ride my horse to afternoon sports, tie him to a tree to graze and ride home after.
Who was the craziest person during your time at Priory?
Ricky Vice, who had the craziest jokes for us before, after and between classes,
Where do you live and what do you do now?
For the past 5 years I have been in Florida. I now live on a 5 Acre horse farm in Jupiter, Florida where I buy horses that need a little extra care and training, then sell them to a good home. The 5 acres and 3 Horses keep me fighting fit as I do it all and enjoy every minute of it.
Tell us about any significant others
My 4 children, Kathy Marley /36yrs old, Peter Marley/35 yrs old, Warren Marley/34 yrs old and Joseph Stockhausen/ 23 yrs old, all attended the Priory Junior school. Kathy achieved a masters degree at the University of Miami, Peter has his own Security Alarms Company in Jamaica, Warren is working in land development with his father in Jamaica and Joseph will be an Optician graduate this Summer 2005 and then start work with his father at Imperial Optical in Jamaica,
What do you think of the think of site?
This website is very
stimulating and brings back many very happy memories that might have been
forgotten over the years. Thank you for all your combined efforts to put this
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