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79 feb 4th 3 boys at 511 penistone Peter died few yrs back 3 yrs older & Lester lost in the wilds of B.C 18 months younger:):)

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Old Bugger. :hihi::hihi::hihi::hihi:

 

thats me but damm good looking:D:D

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If I've got the right streets my Grandmother Shepherd lived at 10 Cottam street up until the 1960's. I remember a tripe shop on the main road that had a dog made out of Park Drive packets in the window. Also the local barber where us youngsters stood on a box and he walked around you to cut your hair!

 

my gran liveat 17 mrs butler.

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Are you related to john butler?. he would be 62 or 63.

 

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my gran liveat 17 mrs butler.

 

forgot to do what i should have.are you related to john butler?,aged 62 or 63.

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I lived in Fawley Road!

 

my sister Ann and I went to Burton Street School.I went from 1942 my sister from 1945 we lived in Hobson Ave

 

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I loved going to Mrs Killilees. I was born in 1951 and lived in Fawley Road. The good old days! Does anyone remember the man with the horse and cart selling fruit and veg? We used to hitch a ride up the street on the cart. Remembering Margery Oldfield who ran the post office at the end of Fawley road as well.

 

old man Woodhead was the man .We called them Hawkers he had a shop at the bottom of Cottam street.opposite the A.B.C streets on Penistone Rd as far down as Rawson st were some posh houses with bathrooms and stables .He lived in one of them mi eead feels soor wi all dees memris gunna av a lay darn

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I was born at 12 cottam street in 1958, I have many memories of growing up on the ABC streets, my mum worked at Blackwells shop at the bottom of our street

 

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I remember mrs shepherd, she lived next door to my nan at number 12, I also remember the park drive dog and the tripe shop :)

 

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I was born in Cottam street in 1958, some of the families who were living there were..

 

Going up Cottam street on the left hand side from the bottom...

Burgeon

Marshall

Shepard

Smith

Whittaker

Butler , we then moved into no 17 Badger

Froggatt

McDonald's

Mead

Sims

Parkin

Wright

Hems worth

Wilde Danny and his two sisters corrine and bernadette

Smith

Taylor's

Durham

Top house Freddie smith the boxer

 

Coming back down from the top on the right hand side...

Alan

Whitchelly

Shaw

Parkin

Marshall

Hicks

Plunkett

Pearson

Cade, no 34 my great grandma

Hague

Hobson

Ridley Nora

Pratt

Self , Colin and Elsie my mums auntie

Fowler

Laurence's

Swan

Barnes at no 12 my nan and grandad Rose and Cyrus

Shepherd

Parkin, Mr Parkin was the first in the street to have a car

Barlow

Mrs brakes Betty Gregory's mum

 

Does anyone remember any of the families

 

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I remember Leslie Blackwell, my mum worked at Blackwells shop in the mid to late 70s, mrs Blackwell is still alive and well and in her 90s I think. My mum remembers Mr Blackwell as a nice man who taught her to drive.

SO my very first love Laura lived at #1 use to ply togethe as 4yr olds and again in 46 when just got kicked out of Fullwood homes she be same age as me 81but still remember and owe her

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I lived at 18 hobson ave the next street down from 1941 till mid 60s

I lived at 29, yes it's Mick M

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Number 10 were my Grandma and Grandad Shepherd. Mum's parents. Stayed there most weekends in the 60's! Wonder what they would think of their 71 year old Grandson living in Brittany?

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I lived in brough st and knew Beverly booth🌝

Edited by Jean daniels
Wrong spelling

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On 31/05/2011 at 19:44, Bald Eagle said:

If I've got the right streets my Grandmother Shepherd lived at 10 Cottam street up until the 1960's. I remember a tripe shop on the main road that had a dog made out of Park Drive packets in the window. Also the local barber where us youngsters stood on a box and he walked around you to cut your hair!

 Would that be Nelly Shepherd? I lived on Cottam st 40-50s

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