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Kelvinlad

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  1. These people will be able to show you. It's quite close to the entrance at the rear of Cooper's Scrapyard. http://www.friendsofwardsendcemetery.btck.co.uk/
  2. Are these pics of any use? http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?action=zoomWindow&keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;s09196&prevUrl= http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?action=zoomWindow&keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;s04906&prevUrl=
  3. Would it have been The Everly Brothers and Frank Ifield and then Ketty Lester as the top three acts on the bill?
  4. Doctor Wilson was our family Doctor way back when we lived in the area. Was the 'receptionist' called Mrs. Oates?
  5. Do you mean the long demolished 'Roscoe'?
  6. I thought that the guy who fitted the handles was a 'hafter'.
  7. Chilling upstairs at the West End on Glossop Road, that is until I heard an unusual number of ambulances go past. I then switched on the tv to discover what was happening at Hillsborough.
  8. My aunt and uncle lived on Pickering Road and had a 12 inch Bush t.v. installed for the coronation. I remember watching the children's programme "All Your Own" with Huw Wheldon after the day's events.
  9. I remember Beryl Shaw, she was a friend of my cousin Rita Yates who lived on Pickering Road. I think that Beryl lived at number 13. My cousin lived across the road at number 22.
  10. Signed and shared on Facebook. Hopefully it will be published early.
  11. I believe that there was one called the 'Gatefield' too.
  12. The Phoenix was on Langsett Road where Maplins now stands.
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