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  1. Made in Sheffield

    Corn on the cob holders?
  2. company in Attercliffe

    1948- 274 Attercliffe Road- George Slater Ltd.-metal brkrs. (breakers) George Slater scrap iron merchant (George Slater Ltd ) Spring Leigh, Rundle Road T.N. 50355
  3. The Penny Farthing

    Is that Terry Steeples (black swan) in the middle of the pic.
  4. Street name help please

    possible link ? Emma Woodhead -robinson Eliza Robinson wife of Joseph.
  5. Street name help please

    the Open bit could be that he died in Bridge Street but not at a address.
  6. Street name help please

    burial St Mary Bramall Lane ALLEN Joseph 16 Jun 1869 Bridge St 37
  7. Hyde park/park hill flats.

    One man in three years according to the Retro, https://www.thestar.co.uk/retro/retro-sheffield-s-royal-visitor-opens-city-flats-1-7151341
  8. I did hear some time ago that Stan Laurel had some family connection to the Parkwood Hotel and a possible visit.
  9. Anlaby Street

    George Thorpe ( a local )had the coal drops for a time in the 70's making and repairing pallets, and I was told the Simcox's (local ) built the industrial units on top after Fieldhouse Brothers had used it as a tip. My memories of Anlaby Street as a kid were painful, as I was making my way along the bottom of the Don wall, somebody decided ( my auntie as it turned out ) decided to empty her teapot over the wall of Brough Street and the contents landed on me, still hot.
  10. Attercliffe

    http://youle.info/history-blog/sheffield-historical/books-on-line/the-story-of-old-attercliffe-g-r-vine-pt-3/
  11. Anlaby Street

    The firm at the bottom of the Street wouldn't have been there in the 50's, the Don wall would have been the bottom, the firm you could have remembered could be Easterbrook and Allcard to the rear of Anlaby, I seem to remember Hulleys relocating to Anlaby but not certain would have been when the houses were coming down.
  12. Anlaby Street

    Possible Hulley's ladders.
  13. Maps Index

    Here might get you close, use the drop down menu, http://www.picturesheffield.com/maps.php
  14. Parkwood Springs

    I lost touch with Harold when he moved his business a very good mechanic.
  15. The Sun Inn / Park Hill Flats in Sheffield

    I do have the information, Frederick Hoyland was buried in a plot owned by William & Edmund Stones & Needham of Cannon Brewery.
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