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Stuart0742

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About Stuart0742

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  • Birthday 10/03/1956

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  1. See link Sheffield City Battalion men killed on the 1st day of the Battle of the Somme City Battalion Men
  2. Do you still have that information about the Sharrow cycling Club? I am currently writing a club history. I hope you do not mind that I have used the menu cards you posted here in Sheffield history. In the 1910 menu Earl Fitzwilliam was a guest and finding this photo we discover that July 2nd 1910 the club had a special club run to Wentworth at the invitation of Earl Fitzwilliam. 

    If you still have the information on the club we would very much like to have a look at it for our records. If you are interested I could bring along our photo albums that date back the era of track racing at Bramhall Lane.

    July 2nd 1910.jpg

  3. The attached doc is the result of our investigation of records held at Warwick Uni. who have an original 1919 Sharrow CC Year book that lists a complete roll of honour of members & former members.

    WW1.docx

  4. I knew it had been mentioned but had forgot that there was a link to it, Hey ho its always mentioning things again :-)
  5. Engines must not enter the Potato Siding http://bbc.in/1ufuJZ1 This is always worth a watch, on IPlayer from Tuesday
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    1950's Os Maps

    now there's an interesting map. http://www.sheffieldhistory.co.uk/forums/index.php?/topic/4008-os-maps-of-sheffield-and-district-195039s-over-300-of-them-33/&do=findComment&comment=134237
  7. Map 346 Sheffield South end of Midland Station, St Marys Road, Leadmill Road, Shoreham Street Now this is an interesting map SK3586 © Crown Copyright 1964, Reproduced by kind permission of the Ordnance Survey
  8. Stuart0742

    1950's Os Maps

    The original agreement was as Steve says, maps over 50 years old, therefore any maps we have that are 1964/65 should be ok to upload
  9. And this one by Tim Lynch Great War Britain Sheffield: Remembering 1914-18 https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=u6YcBgAAQBAJ&dq=Sheffield+Remembering+1914&source=gbs_navlinks_s
  10. And this one, again by Peter Warr Sheffield's Great War and Beyond: 1916-1918https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=QqWgCgAAQBAJ&source=gbs_similarbooks
  11. Also this on by Peter Warr Sheffield in The Great Warhttps://books.google.co.uk/books?id=0EfdCQAAQBAJ&source=gbs_similarbooks
  12. Stuart0742

    Windows 10

    On a Positive note I use Windows 10 with no issues. I have used it all year under the Beta testing programme, it was a clean install. All my software seems to be compatible (Office 2010, Adobe CS 6 etc) I have upgrade my laptop using the Windows 7 >> Windows 10 route, that on the whole seems ok.
  13. Joseph appears in DeRuvigny's Roll of Honour. This is a 5 volume set of over 26000 biographies compiled after WW1 by the 9th Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval Available on Ancestry
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    Francis Frith photos of Sheffield

    Just had a quick look, I think most of the Sheffield ones we will have seen before as B&W postcards. I have an Ancestry subscription, so no problems if you need a search for an actual location.
  15. Stuart0742

    Mary Street

    Keep our fingers crossed then
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