Irene Emily Louise Mutton (nee Morris)
- compiled and edited by Peter Bond and Graham Himmelhoch-Mutton
Irene Emily Louise Morris was born in Southwark, London, on 8 October 1920, the youngest of five children born to Arthur and Florence. Her early life is largely a mystery as she rarely spoke of her childhood, nor of her experiences during the Second World War. It is only through the memoirs of her husband, Eric Mutton, that we have any written record at all.
After the war, tragedy struck on more than one occasion and led to the decision to emigrate in 1958. Leaving England to raise their family in Tasmania proved rewarding. Despite more difficulties along the way, life was much improved and certainly more peaceful.
Published 31 October 2020
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