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(From Bristol Evening Post)
Byline: Emily Koch email@example.com
PAM James and her family thought their family treasure was so special and significant for Bristol that they donated it to a museum for safe-keeping.
In 2006 her cousin Gordon found, among his late father's effects, a paper serviette which had belonged to their paternal grandfather James Flowers, pictured right.
James had attended a luncheon at Badminton House in Gloucestershire held for King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, who were visiting Avonmouth in 1908 to open the Royal Edward Dock.
The serviette was a memento from the special day.
Another Bristol family …