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My mum is always going on about St Vincent's school.

 

She will be 70 next year and I would really like to find any of her old school friends. As she was born 1943 I am thinking in the 50's?

 

Her name then was Kathleen Berrisford. had older sisters Mary, Nellie, Margaret and brothers Walter and Frank.

 

If any one does remember her can you please please contact me.

 

Thank you x

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I am 6yrs older than your mom but Margaret Berrisford rings a bell

hazel

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Hi Hazel,

 

Thank you for the reply, my Aunt Margaret still lives in Sheffield.

 

The next time I chat to her I will mention your name to her, if you let me have your maiden name.

 

 

x thanks

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my wife ann barraclough was at st vincents and her older sister linda who was born 1943

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Thank you very much for the reply will ask in a round about way if she remembers the names. But would really like to surprise her by putting them in contact with each other, (that's if they would like to of course).

 

sorry cant send private messages as not done enough post just yet.

 

x

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I was at St Vincent's 1954 - 1958. In the boys school. Mr Sweeney was the Head and I remember Sister Cecelia the Head from the girls school.

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My uncle - David Finn - was at the school in the 50'S.

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My uncle - David Finn - was at the school in the 50'S.

 

I was in the same class as 'Finny' we left in 62 when the school became a junior school only & the seniors started at St Paul's Granville Rd the following term.

 

Only seen David once since then, at the funeral of the father of a fellow classmate held at St Vincents, drink in the Dog & Partridge after. :)

 

Hope he is keeping well.

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My brother and I attended st Vincent's from 1958 to 1961.

My name is Terry lemons and my twin brother is Keith. I left in 1961 when I passed the 13+ exam to go to the Central Technical School. We are both now 65. I am now retired and living in Dronfield. Michael Casey is a name I can remember.

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