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G Sharman Glossop Road

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Unsure about rabbits .... but looks like they were there a while as a family business :

Samuel Sharman, grocer and Italian warehouse, Spring House, Glossop Road (White's 1833), plus picturesheffield 1960's to 1970's,

http://www.picturesheffield.com/frontend.php?keywords=Ref_No_increment;EQUALS;t00540&pos=8&action=zoom&id=31021

Anyone define "Italian warehouse" ?

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Established 1820 it says on this awful picture ... needs squishing, the picture, not the carton.

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The firm of George Sharman GLOSSOP ROAD CHARLES HERBERT HARVEY and ALBERT SAMPSON (Partners) THANK their numerous friends and customers for the kind sympathy shown to them on the sudden decease their esteemed partner, Lawrence Sampson.

Sheffield Daily Telegraph 25 Apr 1911

The net gets cast a little wider.

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Samuel Sharman.

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200 drums of figs is going to cause some "throughput" I would imagine ...

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Samuel Sharman.

 

Business taken over by Samuels brother, Isaac, in April 1838.

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Agent for Gunness, published, August 7 1841.

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Glossop Road.jpg

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