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  1. The Old Forge Greenhill (now a private dwelling) Stopping off after school to watch Blacksmith Joe Truelove thro the ever open window forging what looked like Machete type blades. Then jumping over the old stile by the side of the forge(the stile to nowhere! well not in 1955) and makeing my way home down Annesley Road. Southside
  2. Hi I was out walking on the path that runs behind Beauchief Hall and came across this construction, a guy said it was from WW2 Anyone identify what it is? Regards Southside.
  3. Thanks Johnm, I think it was the Bernard Road area and not Duke Street as i stated. He would say he was off to see the Boat Train.
  4. Hello, Some help required. On a couple of occations during the six week holidays (1959) I cycled with a school pal who was into train spotting to somewhere near the top of Duke Street? a journey he made most days to spot the engine that had hauled a certain Train in to Sheffield. Can any one shed any light as to what was special about this Train.. Regards Southside
  5. Thank`s to you all for the info about Deep Pit. I came across this inquest Report in the 1829 Sheffield Independant. On Wednesday,an inquest was held on view of the body of George Bellamy who was in the act of decending into one of the pits at the Deep Pit Colliery near Sheffield when the rope to which the corve was attached broke and he was precipitated to the bottom and killed. Verdict Accidental death. what is a corve? any one! Thank`s mgc The 1851 census should read 1841. My Ancesters The Bellamys, most of them Miners and most lived in The Park District of Sheffield. George Bellamys Father Peter, was living on Stafford Street in 1808. Southside
  6. Can any one help me pinpoint the location of Deep Pit Colliery? (see image). On the Census taken in 1851 my Ancesters are living at Deep Pit Cottage . Regards Southside
  7. The Church was demolished in the early 1960s to make way for the construction of a new office block for The Sheffield Twist Drill and Steel Company. The Photograph was taken from the Office Block before it was also demolished in the early 1990s. Southside
  8. This Newspaper article from 1840 may be of interest to you Railway Guys. Regards Southside. Projected Railway.pdf
  9. Sign Of The Barrel, Damflask, Jonathan Ibbotson.
  10. Is the ancient lane which ascends between the gardens- - - - - - - Bunting Nook? . with the mill somewhere over to the east!
  11. duckweed - Report from May 19th edition of Derby Mercury. Commited to our county gaol for 3 months, John Fox, Joseph Martin, John Reaney, and Geo Richardson of Norton in this county and John Fox of Gleadless, Yorkshire, sythemakers, duly convicted before Sir Wm Chambers Bagshaw, and Joshua Jebb Esq two of his Majesty`s Justices of the Peace for this county, of an unlawful combination for an advance of wages contary to the statute.
  12. From British Library Newspapers. The article was from the 25th May 1814 edition of the Derby Mercury. Try Chesterfield / Dronfield Library !
  13. Duckweed the text reads! The following persons (in addition to those stated in our last) were on the 18th instant convicted before Sir W Bagshaw and Josua Jebb Esq of an unlawfull combination to obtain an advance of wages, contrary to the statute,and commited to our county gaol for three calendar mounths ,viz Samuel Fox of Gleadless and James Turner of Sheffield both in the county York, John Reany the younger,of Norton and John Bingham of Greenhill both in this county, Scythe makers.
  14. Do these Newspaper articles help you at all Duckweed Scythe Makers.pdf
  15. Hi all Fairbanks map of Greenhill Village in 1805 Regards Southside Greenhill Viilage 1805.pdf
  16. Thank you for your replies A bit more help required please with the location of two more Lots from The Shore Estate Sale. Woolley Vale Works & Trout House Heeley The Location of The Brick Kiln and The Ouarry on Meadowhead are shown on this OS image from around 1840,also Photograph of Cobner Wood Quarry as is today. Thanks Southside
  17. A bit of help req! In the May 21st 1850 edition of the Derbyshire Mercury there is a notice advertising the Sale of the Estate of Samuel Shaw of Norton Hall. One of the Many Lots up for Sale is The Lay Rectory of Norton with the Chancel of Norton Parish Church, or such part as belonged to the said Samuel Shaw, thereof and a rent charge of £14 per Annum upon lands in the Parish of Norton in lieu of Rectorial Tythes. Just out of interest can any one explain how this arrangement worked, ie did the Shaws own the Chancel? Also any info on the following Lots in the Sale. A Brick yard with Dwelling House and Brick Kilns thereon at Meadowhead A well frequented Public House at Norton Woodseats A Mansion House called Low Fields House half a mile from Sheffield with Gardens, Pleasure gardens,Vineries,Hot Houses, Stables and Out Buildings. About 13 Acres of Coal in the Township of Coal Aston. Thanks Southside
  18. Can any one help me with the construction date of the houses on Countess Road which is located just behind St Marys on Bramhall Lane. ( not the new ones). Thanks Southside
  19. I think it was some time in 1965 when we went along to the Mojo to see The Pretty Things. The Doorman refused us entry as a couple of my mates "had longish hair" (a bit ironic considering the length of vocalist Phil Mays hair), the Doorman explaned, The Mojo has a ban on long hair to keep out a bad eliment. We pointed the mates with" longish hair" in the direction of the pub just down Barnsley Road, the rest of us had a fab time at The Mojo!! dancing along to Tommy Tuckers High-Heel Sneakers comes to mind. Oh to be 19 again Southside
  20. Barrel Inn Dam Flask Add 1822 John Green (Baines Directory page 466) 1841 Jonathon Ibbotson ( census) 1851 Jonathon Ibbotson ( census) Mary Ibbotson the wife of Johnathon Ibbotson was the informant on my 4x Grandmothers death certificate in 1847 Southside
  21. Hi Any one know the approximate location of Cupola Toll Bar and Wooden Pole Toll Bar on the Greenhill Moor to Hathersage Turnpike? Southside
  22. Excelent site for North Derbyshire roots ( Bakewell Area) http://winster-ancestry.blogspot.com/2009/05/in-beginning.html
  23. Well worth a look http://www.bradfieldarchives.co.uk/
  24. Does anyone have any idea of the location of Brick Gardens on Meadowhead (1871 Census) ? Southside
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