He was probably unique.

PUBLISHED: 16:56 10 August 2007 | UPDATED: 22:58 28 May 2010

Frederick Bevis lived at March for a time and my father s name appears in the old register book of the former North District Infants School. Despite his handicap, my grandfather kept an immaculate garden in Mill Lane, Murrow, and pet toads in cold fram

Frederick Bevis lived at March for a time and my father's name appears in the old register book of the former North District Infants' School.

Despite his handicap, my grandfather kept an immaculate garden in Mill Lane, Murrow, and 'pet' toads in cold frames. He supplemented their diet with fresh flies.

TREVOR BEVIS

St Peter's Road

March


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