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SOMEONE HAS TO BE THE FIRST >>> MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY :clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:

ock I anu to you

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ock i anu to you

 

aye oche aye the noo tooo to u two ! And our helen !

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aye oche aye the noo tooo to u two ! And our helen !

I think ypur mother knew walt dawson used to have paper shop opposite revorm chaple

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I think ypur mother knew walt dawson used to have paper shop opposite revorm chaple

 

Name dont ring any bells? Danny Firth used to run it when I was young...

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Name dont ring any bells? Danny Firth used to run it when I was young...

that will be the one I am thinking of

happy xmas and s happy new year

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Hello Maddy. You may be interested in Alan Billam's recently published book: Recollections of Grimesthorpe and Beyond. It's available from The Star shop in town.

 

Hi cat 631 i have sent you a private message but not sure if you have received it Jim.

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I think ypur mother knew walt dawson used to have paper shop opposite revorm chaple

 

Hi Arthur, last to run paper shop opposite Reform Chapel, was a chap called Ted, can't think of his surname, whose wife, Sylvia, died a couple of weeks ago.

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Merry Xmas to all Grimesthorpians near and far.Have a good one and stay safe.Love Sheila.xx

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Hi Arthur, last to run paper shop opposite Reform Chapel, was a chap called Ted, can't think of his surname, whose wife, Sylvia, died a couple of weeks ago.

 

Ted Huntingdon, a gentleman.

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Merry Christmas & a Happy &Prosperous New Year (2013) to all Jean J xxx

 

---------- Post added 22-12-2012 at 15:33 ----------

 

The last people I remember to have the paper shop at the bottom of Wensley st was Graham Lee's grandmother Mrs Robinson & his mum. Jean J

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I wish everyone a peaceful and HAPPY CHRISTMAS and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. enjoy eveyone. Irene

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