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    BANNISTER & DODWORTH headstone in Burngreave Cemetery

    Thankyou very much Gamal. That is very kind of you Regards Dennis Cockatoo, Vic, Australia
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    BANNISTER & DODWORTH headstone in Burngreave Cemetery

    Thanks Lyn 1. Will do Regards Dennis
  3. Hi I have a request for some kind soul. I'm after a photo of the BANNISTER & DODWORTH headstone in Burngreave Cemetery, grave no. 739 Section KK. I actually have a photo I myself took on a visit to Sheffield a number of years ago, but its hopeless, faded and out of focus. I live in Australia and a trip back to the old country is not likely for a while. Joseph & Annie BANNISTER were my great grand parents so they're important! Hoping its OK to ask for help like this Dennis Richards, Cockatoo, Vic, Aus
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    How to get soldiers pics?

    Hi Saw your list of soldier pics. I would love a photo of W H Adsetts & Archie Brammer if that's possible. Not sure how to ask so posting this request. Thanks Dennis, Cockatoo, Aus
  5. Hi I saw your list of soldier pics. I would love a photo of W H Adsetts & Archie Brammer if that's possible Thanks Dennis, Cockatoo, Aus
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    Sheffield Made

    Hi RichardB Great to see the pics of all the Sheffield cutlery. Have you ever come across the BRAMMER (or BRAMMAR) name on anything? They operated as a family concern out of Stannington in from 1841-1891 but also Radford Street (Netherthorpe) area until 1871. Mainly spring knives, razors and penknives but also Bowies. Regards from Australia
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