Caption truthsMar 29th, 2008 | By Ian Poulton | Category: Personal Columns
Miss Todd was headmistress of the three teacher primary school I attended from September 1965 until February 1967
There are so many truths expressed in the caption to the coronation photograph from a book celebrating the history of a small Somerset village: the local and the universal; the power of the personal story; maybe even the equality of humanity.
I think what I like best is its illustration of the ‘six degrees of separation’ theory.
The Queen of England was crowned by my school teacher’s uncle.