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  1. Peter Hayman is Ron Haymans son and Philip ( Pip) is the other still alive the last I heard Peter had the Pinegrove club along with Jack Timms and a jewellers shop on Pinstone St Philip had Pippys on Cambridge St.I knew Ron their dad well from 1960 when they lived near Bolsterstone. Fred Eric had two shops when he packed up opposite the park Jack Dyson sold ex army motorbikes from it
  2. Tom and Norma Dickins ran the Park Hotel in the 60s.
  3. Jon ffrench thanks for the information.I know Kunselsau very well Hillsboro sent me a book on German Pork Butchers in Britain and one of them was actually an ancestor of a friend who lives in Untermasholderbach and he called his cousin who was directly related to him and we had a get together and i passed the book to him he was overjoyed with it all. I also knew an Armitage family from Wadsley village which was near to Wisewood where Fanny came from I wonder if this is the same family they had a wool shop in the village around 1960.
  4. There are two Lunns in the cemetery in the new section.Horace and Phyllis,I am also a Lunn.
  5. Anne Downs a friend owns the building where P & B were and all the old wooden machines are still upstairs.
  6. Hibbsy,George Pollard is buried 100yrds from my house,i went to his funeral as did quite a few racers Chris Vincent being one of them.Ive known Tony Dawson for years and also knew Terry Windle,if I remember right i think Jack Woods had Handsworth Motorcycles.
  7. I believe that a former Lord Mayor of Sheffield is buried in their cemetery.
  8. you need to read your history books and not google try Hillboro library Reference section.
  9. MICK BADGER Yes they did that would be Ray Jowle I knew George well and his daughter she worked for Al Wright at Caravan Investments on Middlewood rd,she was a stunner.Ray if he is still with us lives in Cornwall now we took it in turns to drive the six wheel Foden breakdown truck.38MPH up hill and down unless you knocked it out of gear then it would go off the clock after shaking itself to bits.
  10. forgeman,I dont recall the scrapyard but yes Melluish's were there along with George Hobsons coaches and Hattersley and Day fences I think the jam factory was before the war it was possibly damaged with the parachute mines but there were plenty of tub lines behind the garage.
  11. MICK BADGER Yes i did from 1974-78.
  12. Has anyone any recollections of the Jam Factory behind the Eagle Garage on Bradfield Rd Hillsboro.its official name was the Hillsboro fruit and packaging Company.When i worked at the garage the fruit tub rail lines were still there and Jewel Razor Co used the wells for water to cool their grinding machines.
  13. It was opened by Mr Mottershaw who i believe founded the Sheffield Photo Company and was the first place to show a moving picture in Sheffield if my memory is correct.I read a long time ago that the island was called Constantinople and also had a skating rink on it.
  14. The last I heard of her she was teaching line dancing but thats a while ago.
  15. I believe that she lived on Penrith Rd at one time then near the top of Cookswood Rd.
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