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Looks really good. Keep up the good work x
Researching Annie Tingle Trickett, who was born in Grenoside in 1863.
Yes know a lot about her Regards
A very well laid out site, and easy to navigate.
I have been seeking information on George Rider BA , proprietor/master of Grenno House School in the 1840’s.
Looking for descendants of Rita Armitage of Main St Grenoside. Have some family Photos which may be of interest.
Thanks for writing in our “Guest Book”. We would certainly be interested in seeing your photo’s, or copies. Could you email images to firstname.lastname@example.org, or if you live in Grenoside, bring them along to one of our workshops?
regards, George Clark
Have just found your reply! Am 83 and wheelchair bound so it may take me a while to find the photos so have patience! Are you related? Our family is descended from the Tingles of Ecclesfield and Grenoside – I have a bible signed by Mary Tingle in 1819.
Very interesting- does the bible provide any family history? They often did
My names is David Taylor.My grandad was Lawrence Taylor.He lived next door to The Angel. He played for Grenoside at football and cricket and also played club tennis. He met his wife, Mary, when he was an apprentice gardener at Birley Hall and she was in silver service. Lawrence’s father, my great-grandad, was called Clement Taylor. He was the verger at the church and also a mortician at the hospital. His wife was Marion (nee) Foster. I knew them all and have fond memories of visiting Grenoside in the late 1960s.I have many photos of them which I can upload.
This may be known, but a Tingle murdered my great grandfather. There were Tingle family living with the Brookes family at the time, (unknown circumstances) in Ecclesfield. The chap then killed himself. It was at the end of WW1.
I have all the details and graves information etc if anyone is interested.
This may be known, but a Tingle murdered my great grandfather in Ecclesfield, before killing himself (no offence, it was a long time ago).
I have full details and graves detail if required.
I wonder if anyone can help me. According to a report in an old Sheffield newspaper, my great great uncle, Brook Hollingworth of Hollingworth and Bedford, Builders, Sheffield, died in 1913 at the age of 56 and his address was given as ‘North Moor’, Long Lane, Grenoside. The report said that he had built the house for his retirement but owing to ill health he never got to enjoy it. His wife lived there until her death in 1930 and and his partner’s widow, Mrs Bedford, also lived there when she died in 1932. I understand from Sheffield Council that the old Long Lane turnpike road is now Main Street. I wondered if anyone knows of a house on Main Street called ‘North Moor’. Many thanks for your help.
Does anyone remember VE Day celebrations in the village and in particular the huge bonfire in front of a farmhouse! I remember being given a potato to cook in the embers but unfortunately being hauled away to bed before I could rescue it! I was living at 28 School Lane then. At 86 have many recollections of war time Grenoside; being taken up Jawbone Hill to see Sheffield on fire in about 1942, Tom Gyte delivering milk in his pony and trap (later borrowed to visit a military show at Wentworth Woodhouse) etc. Hard but happy times!
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