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  1. Does anyone know a Brenda Mustoe or any of her family, she had two sons named Andrew andJohn
  2. Has anyone heard these rhymes before To market to market wth my uncle jim when somebody threw a tomato at him now tomatoes are soft and dont hurt the skin but this one it did, it was still in the tin I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when i called her down I said slip on something be down in a tick so she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick I called on the milkmaid , she was milking a cow but poor little mary she didnt know how's the farmer came in and gave mary the sack so she turned the cow over and put the milk back ---------- Post added 29-11-2014 at 18:17 ---------- Has anyone heard these rhymes before To market to market wth my uncle jim when somebody threw a tomato at him now tomatoes are soft and dont hurt the skin but this one it did, it was still in the tin I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when i called her down I said slip on something be down in a tick so she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick I called on the milkmaid , she was milking a cow but poor little mary she didnt know how the farmer came in and gave mary the sack so she turned the cow over and put the milk back I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when I called her down, ---------- Post added 29-11-2014 at 18:18 ---------- Has anyone heard these rhymes before To market to market wth my uncle jim when somebody threw a tomato at him now tomatoes are soft and dont hurt the skin but this one it did, it was still in the tin I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when i called her down I said slip on something be down in a tick so she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick I called on the milkmaid , she was milking a cow but poor little mary she didnt know how the farmer came in and gave mary the sack so she turned the cow over and put the milk back I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when I called her down, ---------- Post added 29-11-2014 at 17:19 ---------- Has anyone heard these rhymes before To market to market wth my uncle jim when somebody threw a tomato at him now tomatoes are soft and dont hurt the skin but this one it did, it was still in the tin I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when i called her down I said slip on something be down in a tick so she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick I called on the milkmaid , she was milking a cow but poor little mary she didnt know how the farmer came in and gave mary the sack so she turned the cow over and put the milk back I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when I called her down, ---------- Post added 29-11-2014 at 17:23 ---------- Has anyone heard these rhymes before To market to market wth my uncle jim when somebody threw a tomato at him now tomatoes are soft and dont hurt the skin but this one it did, it was still in the tin I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when i called her down I said slip on something be down in a tick so she slipped on the soap and by gum she was quick I called on the milkmaid , she was milking a cow but poor little mary she didnt know how the farmer came in and gave mary the sack so she turned the cow over and put the milk back I called on my girlfriend her name was miss brown she was still in the bath when I called her down,
  3. Can anyone remember a long load from newton chambers getting stuck on the one way street behind the wagon and horses public house at chapeltown around the 1960s, the marks from this are still on the pub wall
  4. hi andy , not been on forum for a while , is dvd s of sheffield in the 60s still available
  5. loved reading memories during the sixties , took me back to those long gone days and falling in love for the first time
  6. stacey harrison who used to live on skinnerthorpe road would have been 36 ish , sarah was a bit younger, anyone out there who knew them
  7. anyone who knew denise and steve harrison they had two daughters stacey and sarah do you know where they are now ? they lived at 131 i think
  8. heeleyson i was sorry to hear about your gran passing away ,
  9. does anyone remember a denise percy or a linda humphries , my sister would love to be able to talk to them again she went to shirecliffe school aroun 71
  10. hi there heeleyson did your gran mention the sing a longs we had in the afternoon ,one joan widdison would start singing then others would join in , my name back then was ann thompson ,when i first started working there i used to do the saturday morning shift with your gran and olga sellars . did you gran ever mention annie martin to you , she was a character the only one i knew that could use the f word to a foreman and get away with it , wish i could turn the clock back to those days sometimes
  11. hi heeleyson just read your message on the forum ,your gran was my chargehand , i went to work at stanleys woodside lane when i was 15 in the mid 60s , don clarke was foreman as i remember . i used to do cash sales at first but couldnt wait to be able to do piece work assembling planes
  12. i love reading the different topics on sheffield forum , they bring back many happy memories from childhood and future years , lets keep them alive and not forget
  13. :rant:when my sister and me fell out when we were kids , mum used to say ; ill make third man in a minute
  14. here is another skipping rhyme Im a little girl guide dressed in blue these are the actions i must do salute to the captain curtsey to the queen turn my back to the boy in green:thumbsup:
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