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Granville Place no.s 10-14

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Granville Place no.s 10-14
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1955. Lincoln Terrace can be seen on the left edge of this view, then moving right a cafe at number 56 Granville Road which is part of 14 Granville Place. Numbers 12, then 10 continue to the right. This area was also known as Newtown.

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bernard caine

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The shop mentioned was at one time a pea and pie shop. It also sold udder.I lived in the next street and if visitors came we would go out with a basin and get steaming hot pie and peas for supper. Happy days

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Elaine Buckley

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I believe that the lady shown in the doorway of No 12 to be my mother. We lived at this address until the houses were demolished.

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sandra whitfield,now collinson

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Lived at number 13, next door to Sissy Machon grocery shop. Hi Elaine Buckley, remember us as young friends? How is Brenda & Barabara?

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03-Feb-2010

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Edwin Stringer

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My Great Grandparents on my Mother's side lived at No 12, they were William and Ada Foster. My Grandfather, Harold and his brother Fred joined the Leeds Rifles in the First World War. Fred was killed in action at the Battle of Cambrai in November 1917 aged 20 and is buried at Grand Ravine, Haverincourt near Cambrai in Northern France. After the War, Harold married and eventually lived at 38 Shakespeare Street, Burmantofts

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08-Jan-2011

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